Nu-Metal Band Silly Goose Performs At A Waffle House Restaurant

16 May 2023 | 2:07 pm | Mary Varvaris
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What would you do if Silly Goose showed up where you were eating?

Photo of Silly Goose at Waffle House

Photo of Silly Goose at Waffle House (Source: Instagram)

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Nu-metal band Silly Goose made a name for themselves earlier this year when they performed in a Subway restaurant. This time around, the Atlanta, Georgia group put on a show at a Waffle House.

One commenter wrote, “Y’all are the guys that rolled up with the open trailer in Orlando Florida, played a guerrilla set, busted out the fuckin merch bins, and then bounced as the cops rolled up right?! Y’all are going places with these tactics, keep up the good work!”

Performing the appropriately-titled Show Up At Your House while patrons eat and curiously look on, Silly Goose were actually promoting their new single, Rap Rock Jesus, out this Friday, 19 May. It’s genius, really.

Check out video footage of Silly Goose (clearly a band that doesn’t take itself too seriously) performing at Waffle House below.

Last week, Texas death metal band Severance performed at a Game Stop car park for the midnight launch of The Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom.

In video footage captured by parents and curious onlookers, a bunch of tiny kids (safely) opened up a circle pit in front of Game Stop as a death metal band performed. The kids are alright.

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Over on the Deathcore subreddit, these kids have become very popular, with users posting, “I’m over here listening to Cannabal Corpse and playing RuneScape thinking I’m having a great time, but these kids are living life”, “This is so much better than I could have ever imagined,” and “Zelda and metal, my two favorite [sic] things. Beautiful.”

Silly Goose will be performing at Welcome To Rockville festival on Thursday, 18 May, on a line-up that sports Slipknot, Rob Zombie, The Cult, Puscifer, Trivium, Converge and more. We named Welcome To Rockville one of the biggest metal festivals of 2023.

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