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Concert pick: Vices of Vanity’s metal and punk fusion

Vices of Vanity plays Smith's Olde Bar this Friday. (Courtesy of Vices of Vanity)

Fresh off the release of 2018’s EP Rowdy, which exploded with rebellious energy, Vices of Vanity takes the stage at Smith’s Olde Bar this Friday at 9 p.m. to bring the anarchy alive.

The trio effortlessly finds the sweet spot between power punk abandon and the razor sharp precision of classic metal to provide a high octane rush suited for fans of Joan Jett, Motörhead and beer — as exemplified by the raging booze anthem “Drink Drank Drunk.” Vocalist and guitarist Lynnay Della Luce delivers scorching vocals and smoldering guitar riffs accompanied by the metronomic pulse of bassist Amy Epperley and drummer Hunter Cook.

The group is in the midst of a rapid growth spurt, and local concertgoers are encouraged to catch the rockers in the flesh while still able to get close to the stage.

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