Upcoming Shows: What To Do In Pittsburgh This Weekend (20-21 July 2012)

Hey! Have you seen the new Iron Atrocity Vol.2 compilation? If you live in the Pittsburgh area, or if you live anywhere and just want to discover some amazing music — that’s totally FREE to download — then you need to go check it out right now!

After you’ve read that post and downloaded the compilation… seriously, do it… then come on back here because I’ve got some shows to tell you about for this Friday and Saturday!




OTiS, The Scratch n’ Sniffs, and Ernie and the Berts

at The Fallout Shelter (bottom floor of Sheffield Lanes bowling alley)

818 Racoon Street, Aliquippa


Friday, 20 July 2012 | 9:00 pm | $5 | 21+ only

OTiS (from Erie) is coming to Aliquippa on Friday! They’ll be hanging out with local punk rockers The Scratch ‘n Sniffs, and everyone’s favorite sleazy muppet-based rockstars Ernie and the Berts! You can go hang out with them too, it’s just $5! RSVP at the Facebook event page here, or here.



It’s just been brought to my attention (thanks, Rich Horror!) that Rhode Island’s Rampant Decay are also in town tonight! (Remember them? They were part of a split record that I wrote about a few months back…)

Rampant Decay, Cultivator, Liebestod, Anthophobic

at the Cobra Cabana

201 North Fairmount St., Pittsburgh (Garfield/East Liberty area)

Friday, 20 July 2012 | 8:00 pm

Facebook event page is here.




Noisomethane, Beneath the Remains, Torrential Bleeding, and Vitandus

at Kopec’s

3523 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh (Bloomfield)


Saturday, 21 July 2012 | 8:30 pm | $5 | 21+ only


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