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Pro-Shot HD Live Footage of Municipal Waste Laying Waste to the Municipal of Brooklyn’s Saint Vitus Bar

This past summer we hand-picked five unsigned bands to record for a day each with producer Will Putney at Converse Rubber Tracks, Converse’s state-of-the-art studio in Brooklyn that’s available year-round for ANY band to record at for one day, completely free of charge. Those five bands — Blackest, Bardus, Extinction A.D., Fulgora and Resilience — all completely knocked it out of the park, and you can listen to the finished songs they recorded right here (the Fulgora track is coming soon, we promise).

Somehow we convinced Municipal Waste to come up to NYC from Richmond, VA to headline the live showcase featuring this year’s CRTxMetalSucks bands, and headline they did: they completely ripped Brooklyn’s Saint Vitus Bar a new one and sent the lucky fans in attendance into a tizzy, bringing all the energy and fun-times good vibes for which they’re known. Check out some pro-shot footage of their performance below via Metal Injection’s dual pair of Franks, Misters Godla and Huang.

Frontman Tony Foresta — always quite the entertaining character — interviewed all of the bands before the show as well. Check out a quick compilation of those interviews along with some words of wisdom from producer Will Putney, right here.

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