Eat the Turnbuckle, a death metal group whose members mutilate each other onstage with cheese graters, got banned from performing in Glasgow due to their peculiar stage antics.
As Daily Record reports, the band arrived to the venue to perform a gig after a show in Edinburgh, only to realize that local police was ordered to halt the concert.
Guitarist El Schlak-O commented: "We showed up. We are on tour and we came, but the city had got wind of it and some official pulled the permit and the show got pulled when we arrived.
"I don't know what the problem was. We are an internationally touring band. We keep our stage antics and violence to ourselves. It doesn't disperse among the crowd, but apparently we are being crucified for no reason. It's a God-given right to watch something if you choose to. If you don't like it turn a blind eye."
The musician added: "There is wrestling doing the exact same thing without music so I don't get it. It is cheese graters and going through tables, jumping off ladders and barbed wire, you name it.
"You get some nicks and bruises, but that's the name of the game. We are professionals. We have been doing this for many years now and it has gotten us all over the world. Hopefully people will open their mouths and tell the government off. We'll be back. They're not going to keep us out."
The source points out that Scots Tory politician John Lamont was the one who urged the authorities to intervene. He said: "Serious questions need to be asked about why this venue has booked a band which seems to condone bloody violence.
"I would have thought that the local council and Police Scotland would be looking into this issue as a matter of urgency, before anyone is seriously injured. A flyer for the tour dates claims Eat The Turnbuckle 'not only destroys your ears but power bombs your eyes with the world's only live band extreme wrestling show.'"
El Schlak-O responded: "Get the stick out of your a--. We're here to have some fun. If you don't like it don't watch it. I don't see what the problem is. We're not doing anything illegal and we're not hurting anybody other than ourselves."
You can check out the lads doing their thing below.