War of Ages Return to Erie for Eclectic Show at BT

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Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015 at 6:25 PM
War of Ages Return to Erie for Eclectic Show at BT by Tommy Shannon
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Erie natives and Christian metal face-melters War of Ages are coming back home once again for a mixed-genre show at Basement Transmissions Sunday, July 26.

Although War of Ages is no longer based in Erie, they continue to show their hometown love again and again by returning to the city, which they’ve been doing since the days of Forward Hall and aren’t showing any signs of stopping.

Rounding out the metal end of the bill are Erie’s Saevitia and Amavasya.  Adding the diversity to the night’s sonic presence are Archway, an emotive punk band from Meadville, and Franklin pop-punk outfit The Plot Twist.

Presale tickets are available online and through band members, so don’t miss this opportunity to see some of the area’s greatest acts. – Tom Shannon

6 p.m. Sunday, July 26 // 145 W. 11th St. // brownpapertickets.com/event/1892839 // $8 presale, $10 day of show

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