Prelude To Insurrection - Live Music
Big Pitcher Bangalore, Old airport road

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  • Wicked Metal
  • Tribute to Iron Maiden




A mini-gig featuring the Iron Maiden tribute band Killers' Breed, heavy sludge peddlers The Grim Mage and psychedelic sludgers Outlaw.

Killers' Breed is an amalgamation of a bunch of Iron Maiden fanatics that come together to pay tribute to their favorite and most influential band.

Killers' Breed is

Sriram - Vocals
Arvind - Guitars
Dhruv - Guitars
Adarsh - Bass
Siddharth Manoharan - Drums

September 4th sees the release of Iron Maiden's 16th studio album, The Book Of Souls and this feels like the perfect occasion to come by, have a beer, and listen to an hour of Maiden classics. Killers' Breed promise to take you somewhere back in time and revisit the first 7 albums and much more.

Cheers and up the fucking Irons!

The Grim Mage is one of the heaviest bands to make an impact in Bangalore. Inspired by the likes of Electric Wizard, The Grim Mage's sordid brand of sludge ups the ante on this night.

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Starting from Rs 250 per person for 2 days, 1 night with cab and accommodation

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Big Pitcher Bangalore

Old Airport Road, Next to Leela Palace Bangalore

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