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Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Satanicide played a full set of their 100% serious 80’s Jersey (Starts with “Jer” and ends with “zee”) hair metal before being joined on stage by their biggest fan Saturday night (Dec 3, 2005)

Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Moby, the man with a cross tattoo on his neck, helped the band cover Led Zeppelin’s Whole Lotta Love and Billy Idol’s Rebel Yell.

Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Satanicide & Moby @ Mercury Lounge

Previously
Moby playing with Satanicide Saturday | Peelander-Z
Stabbing Outside Moby’s Teany
Moby playing Bowery Ballroom benefit in December

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