Woe Gets Severe at KFN Oct. 28

As severe metal goes, Philly’s Woe has some serious balls – just listen to their coveted sophomore release on Candlelight Records, Quietly, Undramatically. Fronted by Chris Grigg, founder of Phillymetal.com (read The Deli’s FYI on DIYs in PHL with Grigg here), Woe takes hard-hitting thrashes to the extreme, employing melodic undertones, prog-rock leanings, and throaty, high-pitched screeches. They’ll share the stage with New Jersey’s slow-driving, slugging metal veterans and label mates Kreig, who returned full swing to the scene in 2008 and is releasing their sixth full-length, The Isolationist, on Candlelight, which they will be celebrating its release tonight at KFN. Need more? Philly distorted and fast-driving metal quintet, Infernal Stronghold, is set to open, and the show is FREE. They call that awesome. Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front St., 8pm, Free, 21+ – Annamarya Scaccia

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