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Butcher Babies played a surprise acoustic set for a select few fans recently, at Carolina Rebellion. Part of the “Zippo Sessions” experience at the annual rock festival, the L.A. band performed unplugged in an intimate, outdoor setting.  

Butcher Babies are touring in support of their latest album, Lilith, which dropped late last year. The band – comprised of co-vocalists Heidi Shepherd and Carla Harvey, Henry Flury (guitar), Jason Klein (bass guitar), and Chase Brickenden (drums) – is on a U.S run with Nonpoint, in addition to making appearances at major music festivals.

See photos from the stripped-down acoustic set in the slideshow above. After the event on day two of Carolina Rebellion 2018, Butcher Babies took one of the four Carolina Rebellion stages for the band’s billed fest set.

Related: Photos – Korn plays acoustic set at Carolina Rebellion

What’s more, AXS had the chance to chat with the band backstage at Carolina Rebellion, which took place over three days at Rock City Campgrounds at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina. There, Shepherd and Harvey opened up about the band’s third studio album, songwriting and more. See our interview with Butcher Babies here.

For more coverage from Carolina Rebellion stay tuned to AXS here