Public Service Announcement


Octorox is a band that plays 80s rock and old school heavy metal music for your enjoyment at various places in Southern California. Any place you can get a county permit for loud music is fair game. Nightclubs, Showcases, Grand Openings, Parties, Faires, even Swap meets.

Octorox presents Planet Shred!

Coming up Saturday, November 17th in Point Loma, Octorox presents Planet Shred, an awesome local progressive rock band featuring Scott Bishop of Dust and Bones. If you’ve seen them, then you already know that there will be a huge collection of energy and talent all in one place. We are pleased to have them share the stage with us.

So mark your calendars, arrange your designated drivers, and break out your concert Tees for a night of new Rock and 80s Rock back to back. You can always book a night at the hotel upstairs too (they are offering a special rate of $50 if you have a hand stamp from the show, but it will be full-tilt from 9:00pm until Last Call.

Riley’s Music Lounge
2901 Nimitz Blvd, Point Loma
$8:00 at the door 21+

Octorox and OFU at Riley’s

Yeah, they want us back at Riley’s. So how about a Saturday? And whats better than that? How about O.F.U, San Diego’s only UFO tribute show featuring Steve Spengler on guitar?

Its gonna be a wild night, so come on down to Riley’s. You know, that place at the bottom of the Comfort Inn in Point Loma? Hell yea! Rock N Roll, good drinks, and the usual OCTOROX mayhem. Maybe we can get that crazy guitarist Paul to hang upside down again?

Cover is $5 and there are drink specials all night. Come on out and you might win a tee shirt.

Metal Mayhem on Hump Day – Second Wind Santee

They let us out (or was the lock jimmied?) so we thought we would put on a weekday show for you. Wednesday night, April 6 The Maximum Metal Mayhem begins at 9pm. Be ready for some tunes you won’t likely hear other bands play. $5 at the door and bring yer designated driver cause we expect a hangover. Just sayin…

Octorox at Molly Malone’s!

Saturday Night, when a Super Moon descended back upon the Earth, Octorox reared their ugly head(s) yet again at Molly Mlalone’s in Ramona, CA. Was it pure coincidence or the will of the Metal Gods? Either way, if you were there,  then you experienced the complete and utter devastation that was Octorox.

As promised, it WAS as loud as the meteor strike that killed the dinosaurs.

with special guest: Magic Bag