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Doom Band Dead Harrison Strikes Again
Halloween Glow Party
New Hampshire Union Leader
NASHUA - Rock band Dead Harrison is at it again with a Halloween party at the glow bowling alley at Leda Lanes, 340 Amherst St., from 6 to 11 p.m. Saturday.
The theme of the show is a Radioactive Halloween. The Dead Harrison crew has built a stage depicting a power plant and will have an electrifying light show to set the mood.
It's a family-friendly event with crafts, candy, a costume contest with prizes, and a musical lineup that also includes rock bands Victim of Circumstance, Oziem and Lobotomobile. In addition, Chad Michael from What Box Creations will showcase his blacklight airbrush art and JJ Sawicki of Odin's Eye Studios will present pyrographic wood-burned art.
New Beer named after local band
By Michael Witthaus
Dead Harrison may be the best local band you’ve never seen. Taking cues from early 1970s proto-metal — the lead track of their new EP All For None could be a Master of Reality outtake — and goth rock like Type O Negative and Corrosion of Conformity, the Nashua trio has stellar studio work on their resume, but few live dates.
That’s changing, and their profile will be raised even more with the release of a craft beer bearing their name, and a show to celebrate it.
Andre Dumont, Dead Harrison drummer and lead singer, met Litherman’s Brewing co-founder Michael Hauptly-Pierce when he played with The Chemical Distance, before turning from music to beer in 2013. The two remained friends and one day Dumont came up with an idea and bounced it off him.