MAC SABBATH to Perform at Pre-New Year’s Eve Show @ Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, December 28Earlier this year, fast food-themed Black Sabbath parody kings MAC SABBATH finally had the chance to perform for the Prince of Darkness himself, Ozzy Osbourne, and it was all caught on camera! Get an exclusive look at the very first time three generations of the Osbournes – Ozzy Osbourne, Jack Osbourne and Jack’s daughter – met and witnessed a MAC SABBATH performance.[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAYZ6mEwLsY[/embedyt]
Mysterious MAC SABBATH frontman Ronald Osbourne emerged from his basement bunker to tell Rolling Stone, “Being Ronald Osbourne, the front-clown for Mac Sabbath, isn’t easy. I have to meet all these fry-by-night ‘Drive-through metal’ icons like Burger King Diamond, Cinnibon Jovi and KFCC DeVille, look them in the eye and pretend like my indigestion is not acting up. Today is quite different. Today I met Ozzy Freaking Osbourne. Some big clown shoes to fill.”Los Angeles area MAC SABBATH fans – don’t miss your chance to see the band headline their Pre-New Year’s Eve show with support from the legendary Dickies, PPL MVR and Captured by Robots on December 28 at 8:00 PM (doors at 7:00 PM) at the Fonda Theatre! Read more about the show here:www.fondatheatre.com/events/detail/363056
While online, watch the band’s latest music video for “Sweet Beef” here:[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIFZ-tzM_Sc[/embedyt]
Mixing raucous comedy with borderline-horrific theatrics, the only thing more petrifying than impending health problems resulting from years of overeating is a MAC SABBATHshow. Show attendees should be prepared to partake in the fun – MAC SABBATH puts on a theatrical, multimedia stage show – complete with a smoking grill, laser-eyed clowns, bouncing burgers and many more magical surprises… basically anything and everything an unwary show-goer could ever want in their wildest dreams. Named by Buzzfeed as one of the “13 Metal Bands You Didn’t Know How to React To” + Named as LA’s “Best Tribute Band” by LA Weekly.
“… one of the most interesting bands to come around in a long, long time. They have Dead Kennedys’ outrageous sense of humor mixed with total irreverence and ornate style on top of a solid, engaging performance (even if the crowd is reluctant to respond). So while this whole thing was probably thought up after eating too many pot brownies, it is one of the most brilliant ideas in a long time.” – Troy Farah, Phoenix New Times
“This is not a drill. Be it exchanging Black Sabbath’s “Paranoid” for a “Pair-a-buns” or “Iron Man” for a “Frying Pan,” these food-focused musical dweebs are cooking up something hot ‘n’ ready just for you.” – Alicia Lutes, MTV.com