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photos by Mariah Karson, words by BBG

Anatomy of Habit
Anatomy of Habit

Chicago's Anatomy of Habit are celebrating a new record and played a rare show at Brooklyn's Saint Vitus on 11/5 with Vaura (mems Religious to Damn, Gorguts, Dysrhythmia, Kayo Dot), and Rosenkopf. As discussed, the BrooklynVegan/Wierd event was the only recent AoH show scheduled outside of their homebase of Chicago and a rare performance from Vaura (who are all busy with their own other projects). Pictures from the NYC show are in this post.

Toby Driver (of Vaura) has a pair of shows scheduled this week on his own, including Thursday (11/10) at Rock Shop as part of the Toby Driver/Jeremiah Cymerman/Mario Diaz de Leon trio supporting Les Rhinocéros and Kef (tickets) and Saturday night (11/12) at Lulu's as a member of Hazel-Rah (the solo effort of Tim Byrnes of Kayo Dot) with Lost Coves, The DRX, and Bangladeafy.

More pictures from Saint Vitus on Saturday are below...

Rosenkopf

Rosenkopf

Rosenkopf

Rosenkopf

Rosenkopf

Vaura

Vaura

Vaura

Vaura

Vaura

Anatomy of Habit

Anatomy of Habit

Anatomy of Habit

Anatomy of Habit

Anatomy of Habit

Anatomy of Habit

Anatomy of Habit

Anatomy of Habit

Anatomy of Habit

Anatomy of Habit

Anatomy of Habit

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Comments (9)

voldemort

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2011 10:43 AM

AOH were absolutely horrible! So much I was embarrassed to be seen watching them and had to leave. Please stop playing music.

Posted by Humberto Valerez | November 9, 2011 10:52 AM

Hey Billy Corgan, I see you!

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2011 11:27 AM

saturday looks killer.

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2011 11:28 AM

Toby playing the bass!

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2011 11:45 AM

voldemort!

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2011 12:51 PM

I was at this show -- I really liked AOH. Super heavy and churning sound, interestingly although this was basically a rock band, you could easily hear how the musicians were coming from an experimental perspective with their other projects, not pop/rock song structures (somehow?). Seemed different than music that people with a rock background would have made.

Total surprise since I hadn't heard of them... best live band I've seen in ages though. Good job bringing them out BV.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2011 3:36 AM

FUCKFUCKFUCK I can't believe I missed this. AoH is by far the best Chicago band playing... have been waiting for them to play NYC and now.. I FUCKING MISSED IT!

Posted by Anonymous | November 13, 2011 4:22 PM

anatomy of habit for the win

Posted by jordon | August 12, 2013 3:54 PM

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