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Golers, Sick Ritual and World Class White Trash bring punk back to Inferno

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Punk returned to Inferno again, May 7 as Vancouver’s the Golers (Inbred Militia)  made a triumphant return to Lethbridge.The Golers returned to Inferno, May 7. Photo by Richard Amery
 They had a decent crowd who were warmed up by World Class White Trash and  Sick Ritual, plus local bands Gender Bender and Chernoff.

 Unfortunately I missed  Gender Bender and Chernoff.

 I arrived in time for Calgary metal/punk band Sick Ritual. Their frontman paced back and forth in front of the stage so much he was making me dizzy. His band mates had a ferocious, in your face attack.

Olds, Alberta based World Crash White Trash had a bit of a death metal feel to them as they played a solid and loud set.

The frontman shouted constantly “ Drink with us,” as the audience raised their glasses.

World Class White Trash at Inferno May 7. Photo by Richard AmeryThey had two guitars and no bass, but still had a very heavy  sound.

Vancouver thrash metal band Golers (Inbred Militia) were just as heavy and loud.

Frontman Charlie emitted unearthly shrieks as the slashed at his guitar.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 18 May 2016 10:38 )  
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