Metallica tribute band play Corn Hall, Cirencester

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Metallica tribute band play Corn Hall, Cirencester

Mentallica - a tribute to one of the greatest metal bands in the world - bring their acclaimed show to The Corn Hall, Cirencester on Saturday, March 11th.

Formed in 1996, Mentallica have earned a reputation as Europe's top Metallica tribute, not because they are lookalikes, but because of the encyclopaedic knowledge that the band has for all things Metallica.

Cotswold District Council's Senior Events Officer Claire Newport said: "This band has total respect for Metallica and have set out to recreate the raw, intense experience of seeing Metallica live. These guys live and breathe it... and so will YOU."

Playing all of Metallica's best known tracks you can expect to hear the likes of The Four Horsemen, Seek and Destroy, Sad But True, So What, and many more from the metal militia.

Mentallica are, and will remain, four true Metallica fans who play the music because they love it, and are honoured to call themselves a tribute to their heroes.

Tickets cost 10 in advance
(Available from Cirencester Tourist Information Centre 01285 654180 or
Swindon Tourist Information (01793 530328) and 12 on the door.

Doors Open 8.15pm.

Posted : 16/02/2006 11:26:08

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