The Chicago-based speed demons in the grindcore metal group Weekend Nachos were custom-made to play a venue like LES punk Mecca ABC No Rio. Even though they once drafted Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump to lend vocals to their 2011 track "Jock Powerviolence," they've by and large stuck to old-school angry metal diatribes about hating everything that belie the tastiness of their band name. Their new album, Still, even has a song where they sing about how much they hate lyric sheets. With Midwestern hardcore band Spine, the Staten Island hardcore collective Vice, and the grindcore-powerviolence group Damaged Goods.
Thu., Nov. 14, 5:30 p.m., 2013
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