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For Those About to “Rock”

It's all about context. Genuine Jersey Shore hair-metal bands are kind of sad. But a group of New York City wiseacres pretending to be a Jersey Shore hair-metal band? That's comedy gold. Or at least comedy bronze. In August, Satanicide--whose over-the-top songs and dim-witted stage demeanor flawlessly evoke heavy metal's heyday--opened for Mr. Brownstone, a Guns N' Roses cover band, at Manhattan's Tribeca Rock Club. Here's how they rocked.

SPIN Staff |October 27, 2003 - 8:00 am

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