On the fourth stop of the Greased Beast In The East Tour, Mobile Deathcamp and Carnivora come to Chesapeake’s Riff House Pub to throw down with local support provided by Generator, SiNN and The Pestilence Choir.

The night started off with Generator, a Norfolk-based metal band consisting of lead vocalist Jack Sakrals and guitarist Mark Strange, formerly of Remnant with Allan Shires on bass, guitarist Corey Howard and Alan Dempsey on drums playing a short set of songs off their unreleased album and a fair amount of trash talking to some of the fans up front.

SiNN followed Generator with a short but high-energy set of songs from their two albums and a generous dose of trash talking to both the crowd and members of Mobile Deathcamp.

The Pestilence Choir played a no-nonsense set of mostly material off their second album “Gravity Hits”.

Making their first Hampton Roads appearance, Boston, Massachusetts-based metallers Carnivora surprised the crowd with the ferocity of their high energy set as they played songs from their EP “The Vision”.

Mobile Deathcamp closed out the night with a set that included songs from their upcoming album including “Execute The Mandate” and “Tabernak” as well as material from their previous two albums “Black Swamp Rising” and “Clear And Present Anger”.

For the few who made it out on a Tuesday night, they got to see an incredible evening of metal music.

The “Greased Beast In The East Tour” will continue through December 13th with its last stop in Chicago.


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