Thu, May 23
09:30 PM

  217 E Houston St
New York, New York,United States 10002




Satanicide is an over-the-top, wigged out, '80s-style hair metal extravaganza which rose to "the top of the New York City rock trash heap" (TimeOut NY) in the early noughties. Founded by college friends Devlin Mayhem (vocals) and Aleister Cradley (guitar) in the late '90s, the band was pegged by Alternative Press as one of the "100 bands to watch in 2001." They released their first and only album, "Heather," in 2003. In that same year, their DIY short film "JerZ Knights" was an Official Selection at the Sundance Film Festival. Satanicide's genre-defiling style laid the path for other bands to follow, including The Darkness, Tenacious D, and Steel Panther. Their legendary live shows were typified by awesomely authentic and hysterical original metal songs; absurd, ball-busting banter; and numerous Page 6-acknowledged cameos by Moby. After the wild ride of the early noughties, Satanicide finally called it quits. Devlin went on to become one of Rock's top photographers, under the