Posted in metal | music | tour dates on March 3, 2011

by BBG

Ringworm at FFF Fest 2010 (more by BBG)
Ringworm

I've been super busy booking bands for FOUR upcoming metal shows in Austin, TX. Let's recap what's announced so far. You know about the free show with Profound Lore on 3/19 at Lovejoys (with Tombs, Dark Castle, The Body, many others) and the free Full Metal Texas (with Trap Them, Hull, Rwake, and more.. stay tuned for the rest of the lineup, including one last addition to our stage).

Now I'm happy to announce the third party which is happening 3/18 at Lovejoys! BrooklynVegan/1000 Knives are proud to present eight more bands including Ringworm! The gods of Clevo-core who will headline an unfucwitable day of 10,000 MPH speed and destruction! Well, destruction for sure. Speed? For the most part.

3/18 at Lovejoys (noon -7pm)
Ringworm
Wormrot
Gaza
Magrudergrind
Cough
KEN Mode
Kill The Client
Salvation
Owen Hart
As if the door price wasn't great enough (FREE), Left Hand Brewery will provide gratis suds while supplies last. More details are forthcoming, but if you're headed to Austin (or already there), for now make sure and block off noon - 7PM on 3/18 for this (21+) event!

Check out some videos of some of the bands below...

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RINGWORM @ THE ROXY HOLLYWOOD CA 10/10/10

WORMROT - BORN STUPID (A LITTLE MORE COMPETITION)

Gaza - live @ Rotunda, Kraków 8 August, 2010

Magrudergrind | NYC @ Club Europa | 18 Feb 2011

Cough - "Mind Collapse" 12/10/2010 - Now That's Class

Ken Mode | NYC @ Union Pool | 28 May 2010

Kill The Client - Lead/ Pressing The Flesh/ As Roaches/ Postmortem Exoneration

Salvation "Lapse Infinitum"

owen hart @ gilman

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Comments (23)

Hell yeah Magrudergrind @ Lovejoys

Posted by TXn | March 4, 2011 12:26 AM

What time does the Bruise Cruise dock at this showcase?

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 8:19 AM

Pitchfork lineup released. How long will it take for everyone to complain when they sell out within seconds?

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 9:27 AM

Dumb hipster again at 927am.

It took five days for last year's stacked line up to sell out. Won't sell out in seconds you bafoon.

Friday: Modest Mouse > AC
Saturday: LCD > Fleet Foxes
Sunday: Pavement > TVOR

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 9:40 AM

9:40pm, I'm sure I'll be getting the last laugh by the end of today when 3-day passes at least are sold out. Coachella sold out in record time this year (a few days and it much bigger than P4k) while Sasquatch sold out in 1 day. Pitchfork is an incredibly affordable ticket compared to all these other festivals, and considering they have Animal Collective, TVOTR and Fleet Foxes -- who may not be as good as last year's headliners but probably have much larger audiences than them -- this festival is headed for a record-setting sales year.

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 9:45 AM

finally I can see Magrudergrind & Wormrot in the same day!

nerd alert.

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 9:49 AM

This is the time of year when Brooklyn Vegan starts to get so tedious with SXSW coverage. Fuck Austin. It's a cheesy corporate networking brofest sponsored by Chevy and Pepsi and Miller Lite. Come back to where you are appreciated: Brooklyn.

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 9:59 AM

Thank you Pitchfork intern aka 9:45am. The fact that you said this year's headliners have much larger audiences just proves you're dumb fool.

Hmm let's see even in NY....
1) Pavement played 5 sold out shows (4 at Summerstage/1 at Waterfront)
2) LCD (Last year alone....sold out MHOW, Webster, 4x T5, Angel Orsenz, and Wellmont)
3) Modest Mouse (sold out Waterfront)

P.S. Yea TVOR sold out Summerstage, Fleet Foxes 2x United Palace, and AC 2x Prospect Park/T5

none of those bands are bigger than last year's headliners.

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 10:01 AM

yes, you're dumb fool.

Posted by irony police | March 4, 2011 10:03 AM

i thought there was going to be some other big pitchfork announcement... someone mentioned it here a few days ago. i still believe it is BS

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 10:04 AM

10:01, you're the idiot because you're underestimating the people who are going to buy these tickets. It's going to be the same people who helped Coachella sell out with Kings of Leon, Black Keys and Mumford & Sons on their top lines. If you ask me, Pitchfork's headliners are the most mainstream indie they've ever had. Yeah sure, Pavement sold out 5 shows in NYC but that means jack shit in comparison to everything else because NYC is not the world. Pavement played to a half-empty main stage crowd at Coachella (I was there -- The kids were more excited to see Phoenix instead), their tickets to the Hollywood Bowl with Sonic Youth and No Age went up on GoldStar for half price and all their other reunion shows across the country were mostly available day-of.

TV on the Radio has a new album coming out as does Fleet Foxes, which will ensure a larger demand to see them as both are still growing in popularity. Animal Collective only has some Cali dates up right now so unless you live out on the west coast or flying out to Coachella, this may be your best option.

Oh and did I mention it only costs $110 for a 3-day pass? You spend that much on just to see two of those headliners on their own in NYC.

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 10:16 AM

"finally I can see Magrudergrind & Wormrot in the same day!"

True dat son.

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 10:19 AM

goontastic!

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 10:20 AM

Let's not forget Pavement sold out 5 NYC shows under the disguise they were the FIRST reunion shows in North America before their reunion tour was even announced or that they were booked for Coachella, Sasquatch and Pitchfork.

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 10:24 AM

Anonymous 10:16pm = scalper


P.S. Goldstar? What the hell is that

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 10:25 AM

Hah I'm far from a scalper, as I sit here still moping about not getting LCD MSG tickets.

You should look up GoldStar. It's an events website that's authorized to sell tickets at reduced prices, usually for shows, film events and sporting events that aren't selling too well or have a surplus of tickets last minute. The bigger the city you live in, the better variety they have to offer.

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 10:35 AM

Ugh... how Pavement blow, Don't remind me. Sorry, kids.

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 10:37 AM

lol @ 10:20

That lineup is goontastic!

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 10:38 AM

Falsification of tickets for concerts Suiedia

Posted by Anunturi Gratuite | March 4, 2011 11:30 AM

Falsification of tickets for concerts Suiedia

Posted by Anunturi Gratuite | March 4, 2011 11:31 AM

Falsification of tickets for concerts Suiedia

Posted by Anunturi Gratuite | March 4, 2011 11:50 AM

join the revolu-Sheen!

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Posted by Team Sheen | March 4, 2011 4:27 PM

Let us not forget the reason why many of the summerstage shows sold out... Do you recall how amazing that hummus cart is that sells side orders for $3.50 that is near the entrance?

Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2011 4:57 PM

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