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Video: Swarm 666 is Black Locust Society, Halloween-Style

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Black Locust Society -- AKA a bunch of South Florida musicians, artists, and plugged-in heads --  braved the weekend monsoons to pack the Fort Lauderdale Swarm Warehouse Saturday night for a montage of music, free booze, and -- in some courageous cases -- the coveted Black Locus Society tattoo.

County Grind was there, camera in hand, as the likes of Rickolus, Astrea Corporation, Astronautalis, and the Goddamn' Hustle sweated it out on stage and costume-clad patrons drank and danced the Halloween Weekend away.

Check out more coverage of Swarm 666 in Monica McGivern's slideshow from the night here.

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