Nu-metal band Sworn In recently re-released a remixed/remastered version of their debut EP, Start/End. They are touring in support of the re-release and, in a bizarre turn of events, ended up performing at Casa di Francesca's (an Italian restaurant) in Buffalo, N.Y. on Wednesday (Aug. 8).

As Lambgoat pointed out, Casa di Francesca offers "the freshest ingredients and highest quality food at the best price," in case you were wondering. You can check out fan-filmed footage of the gig below. Where is the most random place you have ever seen a band perform?

Sworn In recently announced the departure of longtime frontman Tyler Dennen. "Over three albums and an EP, we've done so much together and we're proud of him for moving on to write his own music, sing and play guitar in his new project," the band wrote in a statement. "We'll be continuing to follow our own paths while supporting each other."

Fearless Records released the redux of their Start/End EP in July. Both Sworn In and Dennen will released new music later this year. You can keep up with Dennen's new project, Jaine Doe, here.

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