"No Love Lost" show @ The Funhouse to be Streamed Live

February 7, 2018


The Homegrown Hard Rock Showcase is breaking hearts this month, hosting an anti-Valentines day party the Saturday following the holiday itself. So come out with us to The Funhouse at Mr. Smalls on the 17th. Bring a date, or come solo, we're all going to be there together to enjoy some amorous tunes. This month's show features Pittsburgh's Reign of Z and Winter's Descent, as well as Fire in Elysium from Baltimore, Maryland.


Just like we did at the Cannibal Christmas Bash back in December, we will be broadcasting this one live. You will be able to watch the video live on Facebook or our website, and audio will be available directly from our stream.


The event is 21+ only. Doors for the show open at 7pm, with Reign of Z set to kick off the show at 8. Tickets are $10 in advance, and $12 at the door.


Tickets are available directly through the bands or online at Ticketfly.


Be sure to RSVP & share Facebook event!


The Homegrown Hard Rock Showcase features regional hard rock and metal music, curated 100% by local musicians and fans.


Reign of Z

Having been playing around the scene for a little while now, Reign of Z just released their first two recorded tracks "Whispers in the Walls" and "Pray for Her" in January. We have both of them currently Featured in The Cutting Edge. Check them out on Bandcamp!


Winter's Descent

These guys have been around for a few years now, but after a few line-up changes have distanced themselves a bit from their older material. According to frontman Jerry Mulligan, they are currently in the process of writing and recording some new music that displays what the band really sounds like now.


Fire in Elysium (Baltimore, MD)

Having recently played a show with Reign of Z in their hometown last month, it's not time to return the favor and have Fire in Elysium come up here to play. They're fresh off the release of their album The Codex: World of Forms, and supposedly have not yet played this far north so be sure to come out and show them what the Pittsburgh metal scene is made of! Check them out on ReverbNation.



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