Photos: Anvil, Conquest, Gold Tooth Last Night at the Pageant

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If you read this week's interview with Anvil singer Steve "Lips" Kudlow, you know that the metal madman later became a driver for a catering service after Anvil's initial try at heavy metal stardom tanked.

Since the success of 2008's Anvil! The Story of Anvil, a documentary about the band's rise and fall, Anvil is back on the road. Last night, the Canadians came to St. Louis; locals Conquest (check out Conquest's in-a-forest music video here) and Gold Tooth opened. Todd Owyoung was there and brought back these photos. Below are a few highlights, although you can view the entire Anvil slideshow from last night here.

Anvil last night at the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG

Anvil last night at the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG
An Anvil fan last night at the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG


Anvil merch last night, in Suite 100, adjacent to the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG
Conqeust last night at the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG
A metal fan last night at the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG


Conqeust last night at the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG
A member of St. Louis band Gold Tooth last night at the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG
The drummer of St. Louis band Gold Tooth last night at the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG

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