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It's time to get your metal on. On Feb. 27, the House of Blues is presenting Bill Bennett's Metal Madhouse, featuring Railroad to Alaska, Beneath the Buried and Omaha. Railroad to Alaska's lead singer, Justin Suitor, said that there will also be one other performance slated on the bill. The show starts at 8 p.m., and it's for all ages. Find out how to win three pairs of tickets after the jump.
As I've noted before, Railroad to Alaska are rowdy and unpredictable. Their second EP, Salvation, will be released in March, and they are playing some of the songs off the EP at the show. You can hear their blustering, lysergic squalls, hard-hitting drums and most likely disturbing lyrics to "Handsome" and "The Real Thing."
Omaha have been playing nonstop around OC for the past month. They've even played at Detroit Bar with Fu Manchu. They just released a self-titled, five-song EP and will be rocking out at HOB, too.
In honor of Railroad to Alaska, come up with the funniest name for Sarah Palin. Please provide your name and e-mail address in the comments. Good luck!