Metalcore. Hardcore. Post-hardcore. Ever heard of “Grocery Core”?
Things went off last night in Hickory, North Carolina, as some of the Tar Heel State's local heavy music acts teamed up for an all-ages show in a grocery store. Watch some footage of Greensboro's own Harm blowing the lid off the Food Matters Market on Thursday, July 6. “Clean Up On Aisle 4!”
Harm posted the video footage of their supermarket sweep to Facebook on Friday, showing off a live excerpt of their latest song. Check it out:
NCHC compatriots Lesser Men were also on the “Grocery Core” bill, calling the store show a “fever dream.” See a bit of their gig here:
Touring headliners Greyhaven (Louisville, Kentucky), along with Trudge (Boone, North Carolina) and Born Hollow (Greensboro, North Carolina) rounded out the post-hardcore produce pandemonium, capping off the heavy fuss among foodstuffs that was organized by New Breed Collective and J-Rod's Presents.
We've reached out to Harm for more info on how the grocery store gig came together—stay tuned!
Would you ever go to a show in grocery store? Let us know in the comments!
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