Rwake singer CT spent four years documenting the sights and sounds of Southern metal for his documentary, Slow Southern Steel. The film, featuring interviews and live performances by the likes of Kylesa, Eyehategod, Torche, Dixie Witch, Weedeater, Hank III, and Philip Anselmo, will have it’s one-and-only Ohio showing on Saturday night at Ruby Tuesday (1978 Summit St.). Based on the trailer, expect to hear lots of music that sounds like “Slayer dipped in syrup” performed by dudes with long hair, tattoos, and beards.
After the film’s conclusion, Hail!Hornet, a band featuring members of Weedeater, Buzzoven, Sourvein and Alabama Thunderpussy and special guests Zoroaster will bring the style of music featuring in the film to life.
Tickets are $10 in advance (available at the bar or on-line), $15 day of show. Doors open at 8, movie starts at 9, bands start at 11. Seating will be limited so show up early if you want a seat.