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The Guild Kills: A Halloween Iron Pour

12:00PM ON 10/29/2008
BY Tim Blankenship

Steel Yard Iron PourThe Iron Guild returns to the Steelyard for their third year in a row for a unique dramatic performance of molten metal, fire and zombie movie mayhem.  Members of the Iron Guild will perform with a cupola, an iron melting furnace that reaches 3000 degrees Fahrenheit.  Animal Hospital (Kevin Micka) will provide an original soundtrack; combining his songs of guitar, drum and vocal loops layered on top of one another with improvised music and live sound from contact mics attached to the iron furnace.  The Iron Pour will be followed performances by  Pfefftiffuff (Boston/Providence).

Friday October 31, 2008
Doors open 6pm, show begins 7pm sharp.  Bands 8pm
RAIN DATE: Saturday November 1, 2008

$5 – open to the public
The Steel Yard
27 Sims Avenue
Providence, RI 02909

3 Comments on “ The Guild Kills: A Halloween Iron Pour ”

  1. The Ceramics Department of The Steel Yard will also be having a fundraising bowl sale before and after the iron pour. Look out for us in the trailer, support the ceramics department. Thanks!!

  2. [...] know Tim has already covered the details of tonight’s Iron Pour, but this picture is so [...]

  3. [...] IRON POUR starts 7pm. [...]

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