Author: Joey Marz
Wasting no time after their performance at The Fest in Gainesville, Florida this past weekend, Madison’s own Masked Intruder is taking the stage at High Noon Saloon this Wednesday, October 31st.
The second-most famous punk band to incorporate wearing ski masks as part of their schtick, Masked Intruder broke into the scene in 2011 with their debut demo, and have been stealing the hearts (and wallets) of listeners ever since with their criminally catchy songs. Although their pop-punk tunes – which typically mix themes of infatuation and illegality – often contain a tongue-in-cheek levity, this Wednesday’s show is no laughing matter. Being billed as “Halloween 18: Revenge of Masked Intruder,” the Intruders promise that the show will mark the downfall of Officer Bradford, the band’s ever-vigilant parole officer. It’s hard to imagine how wildly successful the band will be without Bradford constantly breathing over their shoulder. Luckily, you can save yourself from straining your brain imagining and see it happen in person this Wednesday! With Milwaukee’s Avenues and Help Desk – another band native to Madison – opening, this show promises to be a treat (unless you’re Officer Bradford, for whom the show will most definitely be a trick)!