Heavy metal band Medevil rocks Chilliwack nightclub

Chilliwack heavy metal band, Medevil, performs Aug. 28 at Main Street Night Club

Chilliwack heavy metal band

If you dig bands like Iron Maiden, Megadeth, Accept, or Metal Church you’ll want to check out Medevil.

Chilliwack heavy metal band, Medevil, performs Aug. 28 at Main Street Night Club. They’re a great blast from the past and truly pay homage to ’80s classic heavy metal.

The band was crowned the 2015 B.C. winners for Wacken Metal Battle Canada.

There’s been much anticipation for this band’s debut album ‘Conductor of Storms’ since reaching the 2015 national finals of Wacken Metal Battle Canada. The album release is slated for Aug. 26 and the band has timed the tour of B.C. and Alberta around the same time.

Medevil performs at Sunday, Aug. 28 at 9:30 p.m. (doors at 9 p.m.) at Main Street Nightclub (9282 Main St.). Tickets $10 at the door. Ages 19+.

For more info, go to medevilmusic.com/tour-schedule.

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