Correction to Print Edition Article on Blitzkid Show at Churchill's, June 8

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An item that appeared in this week's print edition "Night and Day" section contained errors about two upcoming shows at Churchill's.

Blitzkid will be playing there this Friday, June 8.

The psychobilly festival will take place there on Saturday, June 16.

Visit www.churchillspub.com for full details and an updated schedule.

A corrected version of the original item appears after the jump.

Oh Bloody Hell

Having recently returned from a sting in Europe -- where Blitzkid promoted its newest full-length release, Five Cellars Below, as well as the reissue of its classic first album, Terrifying Tales -- the group will headline a show tonight at Churchill's Pub (5501 NE Second Ave., Miami). Get ready for some serious heebie-jeebies as the bandmates play their unique style of pop-punk, with lyrics about eating humans ("Cannibal Flesh Riot"), mass murder ("Slaughter at the Sock Hop"), and hiding dead bodies ("The Trunk"). Misfits/Samhain fanatics, take note: This creepy trio from Bluefield, Virginia, has been at the forefront of the Horror-rock crusade since 1997.

Tonight's lineup will also include local faves Boy Prostitute, the Coffin Caddies, and Disco Satan. Tickets cost ten dollars. For more info, call 305-757-1807 or visit www.myspace.com/blitzkid. -- Jason Handelsman

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