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Evil Scarecrow tickets

Evil Scarecrow

Evil Scarecrow are a gloriously fine parody metal band. The Nottingham band have appeared on stages across the land and even been invited to play at the ultimate heavy rock festival; Download!

The band brings together drummer Ringmaster Monty Blitzfist, vocalist Dr. Rabid Hell playing guitar with Brother Dimitri Pain plus Princess Luxury playing keys and Kraven Morrdeth on bass.

Amassing fans wherever they play, they enjoy loyal support from the many who come to see them play resulting in topping the Best Unsigned Band reader’s poll in Terrorizer magazine. They also won the Bloodstock Unsigned competition and have been invited to appear at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Award.

Their relentless gigging has certainly made them into a well-oiled power machine making for amazing live performances with a huge talent for sonic assault.

"If you haven’t seen Evil Scarecrow yet then it feels unfair to ruin the surprise. An affable blend of Pythonesque absurdity, artfully drawn from an evident love of metal, they have the crowd in the palm of their collective claw from Sixty-Six minutes past Six. "
- Metal Hammer



Evil Scarecrow have just announced a new tour to go on sale at 10:00 Friday 15th of December. Set your very own personal reminder to arrive via text message or email through Gigantic so you are ready for their release.
The years begins early and sees them play at Electric Ballroom in London in January 2018.
Later in the year, they also play legendary Nottingham venue Rock City, The Marble Factory at Bristol, Manchester Club Academy, Brudenell Social Club in Leeds and The Sugarmill at Stoke during October.
The tour is highly anticipated and gig tickets are expected to sell fast. So book yours early or run the risk of being disappointed!
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Evil Scarecrow Plus Ten Foot Wizard Electric Ballroom, London
Saturday 26th January 2019