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Screaming Metal

Date: 2/7/09
Venue: Dingbats in Clifton, New Jersey
Photos By: Rich Catino
Featuring: John Ostronomy on guitar and Mark Strigl on bass from Talking Metal Podcasts, Alan Tecchio (Seven Witches, Hades, Non Fiction) on vocals, Dan Lorenzo (Hades, Non Fiction) on guitar, and Ron Lipnicki (Overkill) on the drums.

Special guests: Exodus singer Rob Dukes, guitarist Metal Mike (Halford, Sebastian Bach, Painmuseum).
Set list:
Ladies and Gentlemen - (Cheap Trick)
Mob Rules (Sabbath)
Strange Ways (Kiss)
Touch Too Much (AC/DC)
Saints In Hell (Priest)
Snowblind (Sabbath)
Top of the Bill (Scorpions)
Running Wild (Priest)
Ides of March-Wrathchild (Maiden) - Ostronomy on bass, Strigl on guitar.
What Do You Do For Money Honey (AC/DC)
Seek and Destroy (Metallica) - Rob Dukes from Exodus on vocals, Metal Mike on guitar
Green Manalishi (Fleetwood Mac/Judas Priest)
Deuce (Kiss) - Dan Lorenzo on vocals
Rock Bottom (UFO) - LowBuz singer on guest vox
Walk All Over You (AC/DC)
Swords & Tequila (Riot)
Communication Breakdown (Led Zep)

Press Release:
Former Hades members Alan Tecchio, Dan Lorenzo, and Ron Lipnicki (who is now the drummer in Overkill) have teamed up with the "Talking Metal" duo John Ostronomy and Mark Strigl to form Screaming Metal — a one-night-only cover band. Screaming Metal has been jamming songs by Judas Priest such as “Running Wild” and “Green Manalishi”, Kiss’ “Deuce” and “Strange Ways”, Metallica’s “Seek and Destroy”, “Mob Rules” by Black Sabbath and “Touch Too Much” by AC/DC the last few months in preparation for the concert — Saturday, February 7 at Dingbatz in Clifton, New Jersey.

Commented Tecchio: "Jamming these songs has brought back a lot of great memories, and at our age we can approach this with a more mature perspective." Lorenzo added, "I never wanted to be in a cover band, but I have to admit it's fun as hell to jam songs like 'Mob Rules' and 'Walk All Over You' just like I did when I started playing the clubs in the early '80s." Strigl said, "John and I feel honored to play with guys who's history helped define the genre. The songs we have been jamming on are more of the deep cuts, most of these songs will not be found on the typical cover band's setlist. I think this will make our gig a real treat for the true hard rock and metal fans."


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