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Suicide City Announce Long Island Gig

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SUICIDE CITY (formerly RODEK), the new band featuring BIOHAZARD guitarist/vocalist Billy Graziadei and former KITTIE bassist Jennifer Arroyo, will play two shows this Saturday, May 7, at the Club Ritual in Levittown, NY. The first performance is an all-ages show in the afternoon. Doors open at 4:00 p.m. Then SUICIDE CITY takes the stage again for a second 18+ show. Doors for the second show open at 10:00 p.m.

SUICIDE CITY formed in 2004 when five talented and experienced artists, sharing the same passion in music, crossed paths. For the past several years, Billy Graziadei of BIOHAZARD has been producing bands from many different parts of the world. While producing tracks for THE GROOVENICS, their singer, Karl Bernholtz, and Graziadei realized they had many common musical interests. Bernholtz and Graziadei quickly began writing material and soon hooked up with New York-based drummer Dan Lamagna and GROOVENICS/GHOST FIGHT guitarist AJ Marchetta. KITTIE bassist Jennifer Arroyo joined up with the band shortly after, solidifying the SUICIDE CITY lineup. Jennifer has recently left KITTIE to give 100 percent of her time and effort to SUICIDE CITY.

SUICIDE CITY's new EP, "Not My Year", will be available at the show.

Source: Blabbermouth

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