Mac Sabbath is One of the Most Bizarre Acts You'll Ever See

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Jim Louvau
Mac Sabbath performs at Crescent Ballroom on Tuesday, October 18, 2016, in Phoenix.
It was a bizarre scene at the Crescent Ballroom on Tuesday night, October 18, as Mac Sabbath returned to the Valley with a truly unique performance. If you are into bands dressed as characters from McDonald's advertising playing Black Sabbath tunes but replacing the original lyrics with words about the fast-food chain, you likely had the time of your life. While the show was downright weird, it was also highly entertaining. Okilly Dokilly also joined in on the fun, dressing up as Ned Flanders from The Simpsons and playing an aggressive brand of rock with Flanders' quotes from the show. Openers Goth Brooks mixed goth and industrial tunes with country music and kicked off a night that attendees won't forget anytime soon. Photos by Jim Louvau.