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Come to Rocks Off's "Helter Skelter Halloween" Party Tonight at Coffee Groundz

Come on Houston, start your Halloween week off right with us, the mighty he-men of Rocks Off and Beatles Rock Band. Yes, it's been just over a month and a half since we saw all of your faces at Coffee Groundz (2503 Bagby) playing our newish toy, and we miss you so very much. Seriously, no kidding, you all smell better than most of the folks we usually hang out with, and that's saying something. The fun starts at 7 p.m. and runs till 11 p.m. when the venue closes. It's also a costume-friendly event, so bring on as many slutty Dorothy Gales and zombie Billy Mays as you can. There will be limited edition Rocks Off T-shirts available, only at this event. We heard somewhere that they are how you say, sexy? Either way, we need you all there to validate our existence and to see us one last time before we commit unspeakable acts before the Pogues concert on Thursday night. Hopefully in the meantime you have been practicing the art of smoking a cigarette while drumming and drinking in between guitar parts like we have been. We have melted way to many plastic guitars to admit. See you guys in a few hours at Coffee Groundz, and don't forget to tip your bartenders and baristas!

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