Inter Arma ticket give away

Inter Arma at DC9

This Friday, March 24th, one of Richmond’s best metal bands, Inter Arma, returns to the stage at DC9! We’re big fans of Inter Arma here at DCHM so we’re giving you readers a chance to win a free pair of tickets to the show. To enter this contest leave a comment on this post telling me what the best show you’ve seen in a small venue was. “Small venue” is loosely defined here but let’s leave festivals, arenas and massive pavilions out of it at least. At 5pm EST this Wednesday, March 22nd, a winner will be chosen at random (using from all valid entries to win the pair of tickets. Be sure to use a valid email you check regularly so I can contact you if you win. Don’t worry, I won’t add you to any spam lists or sell your info or anything sleazy like that. If I haven’t heard back from the winner in 24 hours another winner will be chosen at random. Please note that this is an early show so if you can’t make it please don’t enter as I’d like to give the tickets to someone that can actually attend the show! If you can’t wait to see if you win or the contest is already over when you read this, then you can get tickets from Ticket Fly for $12 here.

This show might be starting early but don’t think Inter Arma won’t be putting on a hell of a live show. Their intense live performances have become their trademark and earned them the right to tour with Carcass last fall. Now they’re back in DC headlining DC9 just off U Street. Sometimes their songs are intense and brutal while others are trippy and epic but they are all super moody. The opening act on this bill, Holy Mountain Top Removers, is an instrumental band that reminds me of a modern version of artists like the Ventures and Link Wray. Now go check out these videos below and tell me what your favorite concert in a small venue was!

Inter Arma – The Summer Drones

Holy Mountain Top Removers – The Ones Disappearing You


  1. Hellacopters and Turbonegro, SXSW

  2. Out of the 6 billion small venue shows I’ve seen today I’ll pick the High Rise/Major Stars/Paska show at Tonic in NYC on March 14, 2000.

  3. Thank You Scientist at DC9.

  4. Goatwhore, Ringworm r n r hotel

  5. The Ocean, Scale the Summit, and the Atlas Moth at DC9.

  6. Noisem at the dougout

  7. napalm death/toxic holocaust/agnostic front/genocide pact/others at frederick’s cafe 611 september 2015

  8. Primordial at Empire in 2012

  9. A Portland based punk band called All Out in a DIY venue space in the back of (now closed) 2nd Ave Pizza, Seattle. 2007

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