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Mandible Klaw tears it up at the old firehall

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The punks were out in force in the basement of the Old Firehall, Friday, March 29 for a hot sweaty, exuberant set of punk and metal.

 I misMandible Klaw at the old Firehall, March 29. Photo by Richard Amerysed Medicine Hat’s Western Death, Total Wolf and FaceCut, but caught an intense set from Calgary’s Mandible Klaw.

They played a ferocious, energetic set of metal tinged punk with a whole lot of energy.

  There was  a wall of guitar and bass as their frontman leaped into the audience and off  them and back on stage.

 They had a massive attack, lots of volume and even added a solid cover of the Angry Samoans “Inside My Brain,” for emphasis and instant punk credibility.

Calgary’s Motherfuckers were next, but as Mandible Klaw, took out my leg during one of his leaps and bounds off the audience, had to give them a miss.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 10 April 2019 09:23 )  
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