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Sunday November 14 2021
  7:00PM doors -- music at 7:30PM
•••  21 AND OVER
Anna St. Bunny’s Scorpio Headbanger Bash!
 heavy doom metal
Year of the Fist
 rock & roll punk
 White Fuzzy Bloodbath
 Heavy Psych Rock doom black metal

-from San Francisco, CA
-Vintage Tones
Heavy Sounds
Nerdy Themes

Year of the Fist 
-from Oakland, CA
-Year Of The Fist reaches from Oakland, California where there has been no shortage of great musicians and bands to play with or catch live on any night of the week. In 2011 these four friends found themselves in a position to play in the same band instead of different ones. Together their musical backgrounds span all genres, but all have the love for rock and roll. This has led them to open for a wide spectrum of acts such as L7, Save Ferris, Iron Chic, 88 Fingers Louie, The Vibrators, Legendary Shack Shakers and Zeke to name a few. With 9 years under their belt as a band, Year Of The Fist has released two full length albums along with one EP, toured regionally and internationally and released several music videos with no end in sight. From the studio to the stage Year of the Fist comes out swinging.

White Fuzzy Bloodbath
-from San Hose, CA
-"Dark, gritty and covered in fog…

Another night of debauchery took place a few weeks back when the twisted sounds of White Fuzzy Bloodbath curled in the air and set the ambiance for a blurry evening of nostalgic filth...The trio consists of a heavy foundation of 70's influenced, thumpy bass riffs, screaming guitar sections and powerful, crashing drums which mixed exceptionally well with my heavy gut filled craft beers. I liked them quite a bit.
Being there, you felt the barrier between the past and present bend as the scene could have easily taken place thirty years prior. As I flopped around taking way too many pictures and drinking way too many beers I experienced a rush come over me as my heart synched up with the melodic thud. It felt familiar, it felt chaotic, it felt timeless. I was white and fuzzy and this would be my bloodbath.
I met the band briefly after their set and shot the shit for a while before gnoming around the premises like I owned the fucking place. I had another beer or two, lost my jacket and wandered off towards the ocean before finding my crumbling homestead and falling asleep. The night was solid and I felt great.
I went back and found my jacket the next day curled up on the stage somehow."

-Nick Sirotch, Artist, Music Enthusiast, Keystone in the Bay Area community.