Posted in metal | music | pictures on March 7, 2010

words by BBG, photos by Paul Birman

Malkuth
Malkuth

Malkuth teamed up with Radiation Black Body (2/3 of Defeatist), Hallux, and Inswarm for a show at Public Assembly on 2/28. The show was part of the ongoing Zona series at Public Assembly that will feature Rosetta, Starkweather, Junius, and Immanent Voiceless on 3/28.

Starkweather's new album This Sheltering Night is due this April via Deathwish, the same home as their forthcoming split with Overmars and the Pulling Teeth/Irons split which features a appearance from Rennie Resmini.

As previously discussed, Rosetta's new album A Determinism of Morality is on the way, as well as a split with Restorations.

Junius are hitting the road with Battlefields for a set of dates that will take the pair to SxSW. Stream all of Junius's last album, The Martyrdom of a Catastrophist.

Defeatist's new album, Sixth Extinction is out now via Willowtip Records.

More pics from the show are below...

Radiation Blackbody

Radiation Blackbody

Radiation Blackbody

Radiation Blackbody

Radiation Blackbody

Radiation Blackbody

Malkuth

Malkuth

Malkuth

Malkuth

Malkuth

Malkuth

Malkuth

Malkuth

Hallux

Hallux

Hallux

Hallux

Hallux

Hallux

Hallux

Hallux

Hallux

Hallux

Inswarm

Inswarm

Inswarm

Inswarm

Inswarm

Inswarm

Inswarm

Inswarm

Inswarm

Inswarm

Inswarm

Inswarm

Inswarm

Inswarm

Inswarm

Inswarm

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Comments (10)

Super underground, did you have to fuck a GoatWhore to get in?

Posted by Anonymous | March 7, 2010 8:04 PM

This city\ country is long over due for a Spinal Tap mockumentary from the three guys poking fun at indie metal. No question about that.

Posted by Anonymous | March 7, 2010 8:35 PM

lol @8:04

Posted by Anonymous | March 8, 2010 12:03 AM

thanks god bya ..

Posted by ساحات | August 5, 2010 7:21 PM

Had the chance to see these guys live last year. They were a bit roudy, but it was a good show.

Posted by Indie Rock | August 6, 2010 7:04 AM

Guggenheim billed it as a performance piece and it was just an installation. Resultingly, the crowd simply waited for the "show" to start, limiting anyone's ability to freely explore the space (the ground floor was packed with indian-style seaters, and the balconies were lined with people holding onto their spots like grim death.

Posted by منتديات | January 9, 2011 12:53 PM

it makes no sense for them to deconstruct the entire TD North venue to play a show the next night ~50 miles south at an amphitheater (which probably would require a different stage setup anyway). They'd play Providence or Mohegan Sun before that (and I think those are both highly unlikely).

Posted by فساتين - ازياء | January 19, 2011 4:50 PM

Woah! that's awesome. I wish I can go to one of your gigs. I have a band too but we just started.

Posted by Sheds Australia | February 9, 2011 6:38 AM

its rock, i like it

Posted by kerjawa | April 4, 2012 11:45 PM

the rock n roll, rock n roll the world
nice post and picture admin

Posted by Lowongan Kerja Terbaru | January 5, 2013 9:08 AM

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