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Flier of the Week: Wild West Summer Fest

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Some things just go together: peanut butter and jelly, rock and roll, cause and effect -- and especially the unholy trinity of heavy metal, skulls, and tattoos.

This week's flier of the week, for the Wild West Summer Fest at Club 910, includes all three, which is fitting because the festival's a metal melee featuring some of the Valley's heaviest bands, like Sicmonic, Lurid State, God Hunter, and Impulsive Aggression. And those are just some of the bands on stage one. There will be a second stage with five more bands, including Detox and Signs of Solace.

Wild Wild West Summer Fest invades Club 910 in Tempe on Saturday, July 9. Visit 13thfloorentertainment.com for more information.

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