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Get ready for a hardcore homecoming

Thursday, July 24, 2014   by: Staff



Hardcore Homecoming - Random Killing returns to the Sault

SAULT STE. MARIE - It’s been decades since we were all waiting outside Club Princess to check out Sault native Andrew Kiteley and Random Killing.

They will be making a stop on their 30th anniversary tour at the Algonquin on Saturday, September 13.

This one night only show is 19 plus and will run from 9:30 p.m. until 2 a.m.

A limited amount of advance tickets are available at The Rad Zone or online at for $15.

Tickets at the door will be $20.

Only 160 tickets will be available.

Christian Foisy, guitarist for Destroilet and avid punk fan, had this to say: “If you're a teen of the 90's you already know this is awesome. If you're a young s#*t disturbing p###k, then you'll wanna come see what this is about and cause a ruckus." (edited to keep it PG13)

A set by Gatgas marks the return of some other notable Saultites.

Gary Ingram of Fist Magnet and Bob Bromley of The Harsh Heads will be returning to tear up the stage.

This five band lineup is sure to bring back memories of when the punk scene was booming and there were packed venues for live music every week.

Local favorites, Jack Spades, Destroilet and The Elements are also scheduled to play.

This event is just one of many upcoming events being hosted in Northern Ontario by Johnny Pints Presents.

For more information about this event or other upcoming events, visit here.


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