Doors: 5:30 pm / Show: 6:30 pm

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Danzig is an American heavy metal band, founded in 1987 by former Misfits and Samhain vocalist, Glenn Danzig. Known for their darkly themed music that fuses elements of punk, blues, and heavy metal, the band has become a major influence in the development of several rock and metal sub-genres.

Glenn Danzig, the band’s namesake and creative driving force, is known for his distinctive baritone voice and dark, occult-themed lyrics. Over the years, the band has had several line-up changes but Glenn has remained at its helm, contributing vocals and instruments, as well as taking up songwriting and production duties.

Danzig’s self-titled debut album, released in 1988, achieved significant success and is often considered a classic in the heavy metal genre. Its most recognizable song, “Mother,” reached widespread popularity, especially after a live version of the song released in 1993 became a hit.

Over the course of their career, Danzig has released several albums, each showcasing their evolution and continual exploration of dark themes and heavy sounds. Despite lineup changes and shifts in the musical landscape, Danzig has remained a constant force in the heavy metal scene, demonstrating their enduring influence and Glenn Danzig’s indomitable creative spirit.


Behemoth is a Polish extreme metal band, formed in 1991, known for their profound influence on the black metal and death metal genres. Founded by Adam “Nergal” Darski who serves as the band’s vocalist and guitarist, Behemoth has consistently pushed the boundaries of extreme metal with their musically ambitious and thematically provocative work.

Initially, the band’s music was rooted in traditional black metal, but over time, they have incorporated elements of death metal and other genres, resulting in a unique and intense sound. Their lyrics often explore themes of the occult, mythology, and Thelemic philosophy, contributing to the band’s dark and captivating persona.

Behemoth gained international recognition with the release of their fifth album, “Satanica,” in 1999, which marked a stylistic shift towards a more technical and aggressive sound. Their subsequent albums, including “Demigod” (2004) and “The Satanist” (2014), have solidified their status as a leading force in the extreme metal scene.

Despite facing numerous controversies and challenges, including Nergal’s battle with leukemia, Behemoth has remained steadfast, delivering performances and albums that are both intensely powerful and artistically profound. The band’s enduring dedication to their craft and their ceaseless drive to challenge the norms of metal music have solidified their place as true icons of the genre

Twin Temple

Twin Temple is an American musical duo known for their unique blend of doo-wop, rockabilly, and heavy metal, self-described as “Satanic doo-wop.” Formed in Los Angeles in 2016 by husband and wife Alexandra and Zachary James, Twin Temple has gained a cult following for their retro-inspired sound, occult themes, and theatrical performances.

Alexandra James’ powerful vocals and Zachary’s musicianship form the core of Twin Temple’s sound, which is both musically nostalgic and thematically subversive. Their lyrics often delve into themes of Satanism, witchcraft, and feminism, delivering a strong message of individualism and empowerment.

The duo’s debut album, “Twin Temple (Bring You Their Signature Sound… Satanic Doo-Wop)” released in 2018, immediately distinguished them in the music scene. Their blend of 1950s-inspired melodies with occult-themed lyrics turned heads and caught the attention of fans and critics alike.

With their distinctive sound and image, Twin Temple offers a refreshing, rebellious twist on vintage music styles. Their live shows are known for their high-energy performances and theatrical rituals, further emphasizing their commitment to their unique brand of Satanic doo-wop. As Twin Temple continues to carve out their unique path in the music industry, their passion and originality continue to attract a growing fanbase.


Midnight is an American heavy metal band that has made a name for itself with its raw, relentless sound and mysterious persona. Founded in Cleveland, Ohio in 2003, the band was initially a one-man project by Athenar (born Jamie Walters), who is the band’s vocalist, guitarist, bassist, and drummer.

Midnight’s sound is a fiery blend of speed metal, punk, and black metal, characterized by its aggressive guitar riffs, rapid drumming, and Athenar’s gritty vocals. The band’s lyrics often delve into themes of hedonism, violence, and occultism, contributing to their dark and rebellious image.

The band’s debut album, “Satanic Royalty,” released in 2011, solidified their status in the underground metal scene. Subsequent albums like “No Mercy for Mayhem” (2014) and “Rebirth by Blasphemy” (2020) have further showcased Midnight’s relentless energy and commitment to their raw, unfiltered sound.

Known for their incendiary live performances and Athenar’s unique on-stage persona, Midnight has garnered a significant following around the world. Despite their growing success, the band has remained true to their underground roots, continually delivering music that is as uncompromising as it is electrifying. Midnight’s dedication to their craft and their unapologetic embrace of the darker aspects of heavy metal have made them a standout act in the genre.

Venue Information:
Masonic Cleveland - Temple Live
3615 Euclid Ave
Cleveland, Oh 44115