Posted in Contests | hiphop | metal | music on March 25, 2010

words by BBG, photos by Samantha Marble

Andrea of Howl will destroy you
Howl

Howl and Javelina are here, and ready to wreck NYC with Sea of Bones and Flourishing as part of a BV/1000 Knives production that kicks off TONIGHT (3/25) at Cake Shop. It's an early show, so doors are at 7 and the show begins PROMPTLY at 7:30. Want to go? I have two pairs of tickets up for grabs, details at the bottom of this post.

The show will serve as a record release party for the incredible Flourishing (featuring Garett of Wetnurse), who drop their new EP A Momentary Sense of the Immediate World on The Path Less Traveled Records next week. Cop it.

Howl is also prepping to release their new album Full of Hell on Relapse Records, pre-order that now. They played many of those new songs at their appearance at the BrooklynVegan, Converse, Tee Pee Records & Chronic Youth co-hosted Attitude Adjustment show at Red 7 in Austin, Texas on 3/20. Javelina (who filled in for Nebula) was also on board, playing the metal stage (with The Gates of Slumber, Priestess, Naam, and Liturgy) with the other stage featuring raging hardcore (Alpha & Omega, Touche Amore, Iron Age, Trash Talk) and some of the greatest names in underground hip hop (Black Milk, Buckshot of Black Moon with special unannounced guest Smif N Wessun!) for a killer mix...

"Black Milk (March 20, Red 7): After Detroit superproducer/MC Black Milk's set, someone behind me compared Milk's band to The Roots. But even Philly's finest have never been as dynamic as hard-hitting drummer Daru Jones, keyboardist AB and Milk himself during their set. With a driving rendition of posse cut "The Matrix," Milk proved that he's as dope on the mic as he is behind the boards for stars like GZA. If the forthcoming Album Of The Year consists of this trio live in the studio, you'll hear no complaints" [Eye Weekly]
More pictures from Attitude Adjustment (of most of the bands - others are still on a memory card somewhere in a car touring across the country), some video of Naam and Liturgy (playing a new song!), and more shots of Javelina from our Wednesday day party at Emo's (they played two of our shows) are below...

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Javelina at Emo's (more here)

Javelina

Javelina

Javelina

Javelina

Javelina

Javelina

Javelina

Javelina

Javelina

Javelina

Attitude Adjustment

Liturgy @ Red 7

Liturgy

Liturgy

Liturgy

Liturgy

Liturgy

Liturgy

Liturgy

Liturgy

Trash Talk @ Red 7

Trash Talk

Trash Talk

Trash Talk

Trash Talk

Trash Talk

Trash Talk

Trash Talk

Trash Talk

Trash Talk

Trash Talk

Howl @ Red 7

Howl

Howl

Howl

Howl

Howl

Howl

Howl

Howl

Howl

Howl

Howl

Bison BC @ Red 7

Bison BC

Bison BC

Bison BC

Bison BC

Bison BC

Bison BC

Bison BC

Bison BC

Bison BC

Bison BC

Bison BC

Bison BC

Bison BC

Iron Age @ Red 7

Iron Age

Iron Age

Iron Age

Priestess @ Red 7

Priestess

Priestess

Priestess

Priestess

Priestess

Priestess

Priestess

Priestess

Priestess

Priestess

The Gates of Slumber @ Red 7

Gates of Slumber

Gates of Slumber

Gates of Slumber

Gates of Slumber

Gates of Slumber

Buckshot @ Red 7

Buckshot

Buckshot

Buckshot

Buckshot

Buckshot

Buckshot

Buckshot

Black Milk @ Red 7

Black Milk

Black Milk

Black Milk

Black Milk

Black Milk

Black Milk

Black Milk

Naam - "Kingdom" (Live at SXSW - RED 7)

Liturgy - untitled NEW song!! (Live @ Red & @ SXSW)

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To WIN TIX TO CAKE SHOP:
Email BVCONTESTS@HOTMAIL.COM (subject: HOWL for METAL! ). Include your first and last name. I'll throw a dart at my computer and pick a winner and contact them ASAP.

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Comments (5)

Ahhhhh the girl from Howl
mmmmmmmmmmmm
great band!

Posted by Anonymous | March 25, 2010 1:58 PM

Looks like it was an awesome show!

Posted by Anonymous | March 25, 2010 2:03 PM

looks fucking awesome

Posted by Anonymous | March 25, 2010 3:33 PM

Buckshot is a douchebag...

Posted by Anonymous | March 25, 2010 7:46 PM

Nice pictures, looks like a good show!

Posted by gloucestershire photographer | March 26, 2010 6:00 AM

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