What happens when you combine insane motorcycle stunts with on-fire rock ‘n’ roll?
If you’re a fan of either one, you might go psycho — motopsycho.
The Motopsycho Mania Motorcycles &Music Tour plays tonight at Comcast Arena at Everett.
This adrenaline-charged experience features three motorcycle stunt shows and a live concert performance by a Los Angeles-based band whose sound compares to Nine Inch Nails and Marilyn Manson.
The cycle attractions include the Globe of Death, an act in which multiple motorcyclists defy gravity inside a huge steel cage.
There’s also freestyle motocross jumpers who are tricking and flipping on a giant ramp-to-ramp set-up, as well as extreme street motorcyclists exhibiting two-wheeled madness by stretching the boundaries of everyday street bikes.
This cycle craziness takes place against a backdrop of wild lighting effects and hard-pounding rock riffs.
The band Tony Grinder &Means to an End offers industrial-electronic-rock beats and incendiary vocals, according to press material.
This event is produced by Grindco Entertainment, a live event production company that specializes in combinations of various “extreme” acts.
Motopsycho Mania Motorcycles &Music starts at 7:30 tonight at Comcast Arena, 2000 Hewitt Ave., Everett.
Tickets start at $15. Call 866-332-8499 or go to www.comcastarena.com.
A limited number of VIP seats are also available with front row seating, a post-performance meet and greet and signed merchandise.
Groups of 10 or more, call 425-322-2609.