Mockstrocity Tour feat. Mac Sabbath, Metalachi, and Okilly Dokilly

Wellmont Theater

In a Nutshell

Parody bands Mac Sabbath, Metalachi, and Okilly Dokilly transform classic songs into their own masterpieces during the Mockstrocity Tour

The Fine Print

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The Deal

  • $10 for one G-Pass for general admission standing (up to $28.80 value)

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Metalachi

  • Metalachi’s Sound: a one-of-a-kind hybrid of metal and mariachi, hence their title of “The World’s First and Only Heavy Metal Mariachi Band”
  • Metalachi’s Accolades: Slayer’s Dave Lombardo declared that “Metalachi impressed me with their creative ability to transpose metal into a mariachi format,” while KTLA Morning News called them “Brilliant. Brilliant. Brilliant.”

Mac Sabbath

  • Why they’re called Mac Sabbath: they perform faithful covers of Black Sabbath songs, but with lyrics rewritten to be about fast food
  • Which results in song titles like: “Frying Pan” (Iron Man), “Pair-a-buns” (“Paranoid”), and “Never Say Diet” (“Never Say Die”)
  • How the band takes their gimmick one step further: by dressing as twisted versions of McDonald’s characters, including a demonic clown named Ronald Osbourne on vocals and guitarist Slayer McCheese, who resembles Mayor McCheese with warthog tusks

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