Cleveland’s Mushroomhead Make a Return Trip to Sherlock’s

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Wednesday, April 27th, 2016 at 11:30 AM
Cleveland’s Mushroomhead Make a Return Trip to Sherlock’s by Tommy Shannon

Tuesday, May 3

Mushroomhead is returning to Sherlock’s for the first time this year, but if the ongoing trend continues, it likely won’t be the last.

Mushroomhead have almost become regulars at Sherlock’s, making the short trek from Cleveland many times in the band’s early days in the 90s, and continuing to make it a frequent tour stop now that they’re an international act. The band never fails to pack the house at Sherlock’s, always impressing the crowds with their powerful onstage presence, and avant-garde Nü-Metal-meets-Industrial sound.

Opening acts on the tour are gothic hard rockers from Manhattan, Madame Mayhem, and Wisconsin-born fast-paced extreme metal quintet, Product of Hate.

From circle pits to psychedelic guitar riffs, this trio of bands gives headbangers of all kinds something to look forward to. – Tommy Shannon

8 p.m. // 508 State St. // $25 // facebook.com/events/994891820565431/

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