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Snipers of Babel, Myopic, Hellpie, Mosquito Drone at Dangerously Delicious Pies

Go see Snipers of Babel, Myopic, Hellpie, and Mosquito Drone at Pie Shop DC this Saturday.

Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM EDT

Dangerously Delicious Pies
1339 H St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Snipers Of Babel
Drawing influences from all genres of metal and inspiration from all things beautiful and ugly, this is what it sounds like to have no boundaries.

“MYOPIC was founded in DC in 2010. Originating as a four-piece, they self-released a straightforward death metal demo in 2011, followed by the Vacuous record in 2013, which showcased a new, darker, slower, and more introspective direction for the band. After parting ways with their death metal-style vocalist that year, the bassist and guitarist took on vocal responsibilities, recorded and released their first EP with Grimoire Records, Beyond The Mirror’s Edge. Brooklyn Vegan called it, ‘stern but thoroughly un-kvlt American black metal,’ and praised the production and unconventional songwriting.

HELLPIE is a delicious blend of musical spices with savory chunks of rock, metal and punk in a bitter red sauce baked within an earthy herbal crust. Goes well with red, white or thunderbird wine. In fact most ales, spirits and frames of mind go well with HELLPIE. Above all, HELLPIE is about good times and delivering great tunes to our craving fans.

Mosquito Drone

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