Entries tagged with: Crown of Thornz

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by Andrew Sacher

Too Many Voices

As you may know, New York hardcore vets CIV are playing a hometown show with Grey Area right before Riot Fest Chicago on September 10 at the Marlin Room at Webster Hall. Since we last spoke, openers were announced: Danny Diablo's band Crown of Thornz and Too Many Voices, the current band fronted by Eric Svirida of short-lived '90s group The Last Crime. Tickets for that show are still available.

Too Many Voices formed in 2010 and at the time also had members of Kill Your Idols, Texas is the Reason, 108 and Jets to Brazil (they no longer have those members). This year they put out their first full length, South of Sunrise. They'll be a good fit on that CIV show -- the album's in a similar melodic hardcore vein to them, H2O, Dag Nasty, and more. Check out a full stream below.

In related news, Walter Schreifels, who wrote most of the first CIV album and played with Civ in Gorilla Biscuits, plays NYC the very next day with his psych band Dead Heavens at Union Pool (9/11). Tickets for that show are on sale now. Their last show here was in late August with Dick Dale.

Continue reading "Too Many Voices (ex-The Last Crime) released 'South of Sunrise,' opening for CIV; Dead Heavens schedule show"

East Coast Tsunami

Wu-Tang Clan and Life of Agony were already confirmed for the 2015 East Coast Tsunami Fest, happening 9/25-26 in Pennsylvania, and now the rest of the lineup is announced. It includes Mobb Deep, Body Count, Madball, Murphy's Law, Turnstile, Death Threat, Indecision, Angel Du$t, Cruel Hand, For the Love Of, and more. Tickets go on sale Friday (7/31).

"Doyle" aka Doyle from the Misfits' band is playing the fest with Life of Agony whose bassist Alan Roberts made Doyle a character in his Killogy comic book and upcoming animated series.

Full ECT lineup below...

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Like New York City contemporaries such as Agnostic Front and the Cro-Mags, the Crumbsuckers were one of the original purveyors of 1980s crossover: the bridging of metal and hardcore that temporarily united the two divergent tribes of metalheads and punks into one bloody unified mosh pit. Getting their start in 1983, the band were soon an integral part of New York's Lower East Side-based hardcore scene, cutting their teeth at the legendary dive A7 before moving on to CBGB's famed Sunday matinees, as they and the movement gained strength. [Allmusic]
Long Island crossover thrash vets The Crumbsuckers last reunited for their 20th anniversary in 2006, and they'll be regrouping yet again for this year's Black N' Blue Bowl, the annual NYC hardcore fest happening May 16 and 17 at Webster Hall.

Since we last spoke, more bands were added to BNB Bowl, including Candiria, Madball, Dave Smalley (performing Dag Nasty, Down By Law and All Songs), The Rival Mob, Fury of Five, Devil In Me and Booze & Glory. They join other previously-announced bands such as Sick Of It All (who also play NateFest). Ticket info still TBA. Updated lineup below.

In related news, Richmond, VA's United Blood Fest was announced for March 27 & 28, the weekend after NateFest. It happens at The Canal Club with Judge and Breakdown (who both played BNB Bowl 2013), plus Code Orange, Cold World, Terror, Rotting Out, Give, God's Hate, Heavy Chains and more. Full lineup below. Breakdown's only other announced show at the moment is opening night 1 of No Warning's reunion shows in NJ.

Continue reading "Crumbsuckers reuniting again for Black & Blue Bowl (which added more bands); United Blood Fest lineup announced"

by Fred Pessaro

Rancid @ T5, 6/21/2013

Celebrating 20 years as a band, Bay area punk favorites Rancid brought their ska-inflected pop songs to Terminal 5 last night (6/20), the first of a sold-out two night stay at the venue. The dates include support from Tim Armstrong side project Transplants, as well asĀ Traditionals. I missed Traditionals entirely and the bulk of the Transplants set, but did manage to catch them covering the Crass classic "Do They Owe Us A Living?," something that should be outlawed for that band.

The show was a fun trip down memory lane for me, as it had been 15 years since I last saw Rancid in a field in the UK (Reading 1998). This time around was just as good, and fun, as I remembered. Matt Freeman (who, for a short time, I was convinced was the greatest bass player in the world) laid down his signature low-end grooves while Lars' guitarwork set the foundation for the songs. Tim Armstrong on the other hand, is a beast unto himself. Though he has a guitar strapped around his neck, I highly doubt he is even playing it, instead adding snarl-y obnoxious-ness to their live show and having the entire crowd eat it up. Fun set of old songs I havent heard in many years.

Rancid's performance leaned heavily on their three earliest offerings, their self-titled debut, Let's Go and ...And Out Come the Wolves, with stops along the way to shout out recent material and even a new song from a forthcoming LP (full set list is below).

The band plays Terminal 5 again tonight (6/21) with Transplants and special guests Crown of Thornz. More pictures from last night are below.

Continue reading "Rancid played Terminal 5 (pics & setlist), do it again tonight"

Rancid Tour

One year after playing Black & Blue Bowl and issuing their 20th anniversary boxset, Rancid will return for dates in NYC and beyond! The Bay Area punk band will embark on a string of dates with related band Transplants and Crown of Thornz for a string of dates that will include two stops at Terminal 5 on June 20 & 21. Tickets go on sale at 10AM on Saturday (4/6).

Still no sign of new Rancid material, as the band havent released anything since dropping the "Fuck You" single last year. Meanwhile, check out Rancid's classic And Out Come The Wolves, along with their full tour schedule and the tour flyer.

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Judge 2013

After selling out immediately and hearing the roar of outrage at not being able to get tickets, thankfully there will be quiet. Reunited NYHC greats Judge have added a second show at Webster Hall on May 19, this time with Madball, Crown of Thornz, Strength Approach, Coldside and more TBA. Tickets go on sale Friday (3/1) at 10 AM at Webster Hall or Pitchfork NY, with additional tickets available at NYHC Tattoos, Generation and Lotus Tattoo.

As discussed, Judge's first show is now sold-out but includes names like Breakdown, Bane, Altercation and more.

by BBG

Negative Approach at Fun Fun Fun Fest (more by BBG)
Negative Approach

This is Hardcore returns to Philadelphia, PA for four days in August at Union Transfer (on 8/9) and Electric Factory (8/10 - 8/12). Both shows will have no barricades for you headwalkers/divers and in the case of Electric Factory, the venue will actually construct a stage in front of their usual stage (!) to get around the existing barricade. Now thats dedication/brutality.

As for the lineup, as usual the cast of hooligans gracing the stages of TIHC are a cast of notables, including Cro-Mags, Negative Approach, Gorilla Biscuits, Breakdown, Blacklisted, Killing Time, Nails, Ringworm, Gehenna and many many more. Full lineup is below and tickets go on sale on May 17th at noon.

Power Trip is part of said lineup, and reminder, the band will hit Acheron on May 15th as part of a string of East Coast dates. All tour dates are below.

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