The upcoming Bowery Electric show is a first time reveal for Sweet Cyanide to showcase their latest sound since they hit the rock charts with “Better at Goodbyes.” Now, the band is a killer combo of the original two Sweet Cyanide band members, front man, Sal Scoca and lead guitarist, Angelo Fariello mixed with the sound of the Sex Slaves bassist, Del Cheetah and J Bomb on the drums.
Sweet Cyanide front man Sal Scoca said “The set list has some surprises in store for Sex Slaves fans. I don’t wanna give anything away but, we plan to put on a real Rock and Roll show. It’s time.”
Tomorrow is the only New York City show before the band hits the road to perform several Midwest upcoming performances and before hitting the main stage at the legendary Sturgis Buffalo Chip Music Festival in South Dakota, August 5th. Sweet Cyanide will be opening for the one and only Alice Cooper and Mötley Crüe as a part of the Crüe’s final farewell tour…Plus, Sweet Cyanide has a second Buffalo Chip main stage performance on August 8th with Cheap Trick and Pretty Reckless.
If you are in NYC tomorrow night, don’t miss this history in the making performance for the new sound of Sweet Cyanide.
The Bowery Electric is located at 327 Bowery at 2nd Street in New York City.
Click here to get your tickets for the Sturgis Buffalo Chip Music Festival featuring Sweet Cyanide!
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