Mick Stingley

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Ice Nine Kills

Ice Nine Kills Books 'Revenge' Date After Being Banned From Orlando's House of Blues

Revenge may be a dish best served cold, but Ice Nine Kills plans to serve some up in the sizzling heat of summer. The horrorcore band — which pulled some headlines after being banned from playing the House of Blues in Orlando, Fla., in April with Falling in Reverse due to its “violent imagery” — has booked a “revenge show” for July 25 at the city’s Soundbar venue, with Toothgrinder along for support. The cheeky attitude reflects how Ice Nine Kills has taken the hiccup in stride.