Money Where Your Mouth Is: Eternal Legacy

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The Scene Music Department have been indefinitely suspended following an article that referred to Sublime-worshipping fraternity members as “happy-headed bro’s.” So instead of having a writer talk up Auburn Records’ new tech-metal phenom, the guys from Eternal Legacy will do it for themselves: Band: Eternal Legacy Hometown: Cleveland Sounds like: “Aggressive/melodic/epic heavy metal.” Fun fact: “Our manager, Al, looks like Mr. Clean, and will wash your girlfriend/wife's breasts at the show, free of charge. Also, the loudest mother ****** at our show will get liquored up on us for free, but will have to pay the price of getting the worst hangover possible the next day. Be our guest!” Playing: 8 p.m. Friday, June 1 at the Jigsaw Saloon (5324 State Rd., Parma). Why you need to see them: “It's only $7, and the band will be sacrificing emo kids onstage all night. Crowd participation encouraged!” -- Murder Axe Vanek (Guitar), Jason Vanek (Vocals/Guitar) and Josh Gatka (Bass)

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