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Mobile Deathcamp Plays in Kingston 

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March 9. And now for something completely different. Mobile Deathcamp was assembled in 2008 by singer and guitarist Todd Evans following his stint as the bass-playing character Beefcake the Mighty in the infamous theatrical shock-rock troupe Gwar. His new trio trades in a rapid-fire, Slayer-esque attack that led online metal bible Encyclopaedia Metallum to call its 2010 debut album Black Swamp Rising "the Holy Grail of thrash!!" So beware: The terrifying threesome is certain to stir up a moshing vortex when they hit the Anchor this month. With Hellkeeper, Billxnye, Doomscenario, and Fisting Jesus. (Gozer, Talon, and Cirrhosis rage March 1; Bad Buka visits March 8.) 6pm. $10. Kingston. (845) 853-8124; Facebook.com/theanchorkingston.

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