Get Into The Pit will be back in Detroit to celebrate all things metal at the Diesel Concert Lounge on May 29th and 30th.

Metal music is thriving in Michigan and the Get Into The Pit festival is set to deliver an outstanding array of Michigan metal bands for scores of hungry fans. The festival will feature a total of 22 bands playing continuously on two stages across the two-day event, which will be held at the Diesel Concert Lounge. National Rock Review was on hand for the event last year and will be in the pit to cover this year’s show.


The line-up for Friday, May 29th features:
M102 (Co-Headliner)
Pick Axe Preacher (Co-Headliner)
Severing The Need
Assault Incorporated
3 Parts Demon
Fallacy Era
Beyond N Back

The line-up for Saturday May 30th features:
Legend Scroll (new band showcase)
A Sleepless Malice (Co-Headliner)
Bowdown Detroit HC (Co-Headliner)
After The Minor
No Class Assassins
All Ends Black
Destroy Us All

Tickets for this headbanging extravaganza are only $10 per day or $15 for 2-day wristbands. You can get one-day tickets from any of the bands in advance. Single day or 2-day wristbands will be available at the door on Friday, May 29th.

Get Into The Pit is sponsored by Hard Edge Radio, Advanced Media Copies, and Life In Michigan with co-sponsors National Rock Review, Parkway Promotions LLC, and 2 Fat Guys & A Pipe. If the show is anything like last year, you’ll want to head out to Detroit on May 29th and mix it up with your friends at Get Into The Pit.

Get Into The Pit 2015

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Chuck is a native Michigander. He grew up in Detroit, and later Pinckney. He now calls Ann Arbor home. Running is in Chuck’s blood. He has run several marathons and numerous other races. His favorite race is Dances with Dirt in Hell, Michigan. Chuck was first exposed to photography in 7th grade. He has been a photographer ever since, honing his skills shooting landscapes and most recently concerts. In addition to experiencing music from behind the camera, Chuck is a musician in his own right. He has been playing guitar since his teen years. He played in Detroit area metal band, Battalion, recorded two independent releases, and toured. Today when not covering concerts, you can find him online at his blog, Life In Michigan.