It was a bittersweet show, as it was Murphy's Law's first show back after Jimmy G had to undergo multiple surgeries, but they were also mourning the recent deaths of former Murphy's Law member Todd Youth and former Urban Waste member Kenny Ahrens.
The theme of 2018's Village Halloween Parade, "I AM a Robot," brought lots of robot and android-inspired costumes, but the biggest trend of the night was politics, with tons of people dressing up as Donald Trump, his wife Melania, Brett Kavanaugh, Vladimir Putin, and other political figures.
Eye of Nix's tour begins tonight at a Halloween show in Maine with members of Falls of Rauros, Obsidian Tongue, and Shabti doing a Death cover set. Their side project To End It All also have a terrifying new album that's perfect for Halloween... or really any day of the year.
Professor Michael Rectenwald, whose class Yiannopoulos was scheduled to speak about "the politics of Halloween" in, says, "I would like to point out that while Milo Yiannopolous is blamed for the threat to public safety, leftist protesters are the ones who pose the actual danger, with their proclivity for violence."
Your NYC-area Halloween show options include GWAR, Cypress Hill, Murphy's Law, Roky Erickson, Christian Death, Christine and the Queens, Beach Fossils/Wavves, Deafheaven/DIIV, Phil Lesh, World/Inferno, Titus Andronicus, and more.
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