Entries tagged with: Marching Teeth

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Fat Joe

Move over Maryland Deathfest and your Mobb Deep booking, the Bushwick Collective Block Party returns this June and will put quality metal like Black Tusk, Sannhet and Primitive Weapons up against... Fat Joe! There's also blues from Daddy Long Legs & RL Boyce, and other diverse bands like Black Black Black, Passaway, Marching Teeth, Capsized, DJ Evil Dee and more.

In addition to the music, there's street and graffiti artists painting live, food trucks, a beer tent, face painting, a family/kids friendly section, balloon twisting, merchant vendors and more. It all goes down from noon-midnight Saturday, June 6 by Troutman and St. Nicholas in Bushwick. Full lineup and more info below.

Sannhet also have a Northside show with Viet Cong and Girl Band coming up, and Primitive Weapons are going on a tour with Dillinger Escape Plan and Mutoid Man, co-presented by BrooklynVegan.

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by Andrew Sacher

God Damn

UK rock duo God Damn formed a few years back, and they're now set to release their debut album, Vultures, on May 11 internationally and May 12 in the US via One Little Indian (pre-order). We've got the premiere of its new single "We Don't Like You," a dose of heavy rock that's somewhere between indie rock and metal. Queens of the Stone Age fans will probably dig. Listen below.

God Damn will be in the US this month for a few SXSW shows, and right after that they'll come to NYC to play March 24 at Niagara (112 Ave A) with two local teeth-loving metal bands, Cleanteeth and Marching Teeth.

All dates are listed below...

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by Ian Chainey


Uninvited Festival will be kicking off on September 18 - 21 at Brooklyn's Nihil Gallery. The festival promises to bring together skate sessions, art, and a loaded lineup of metal that includes stoner favorites Weedeater, Orchid, Elder, SubRosa, and many, many more. Tickets for each day of the event are available now. The full list of bands appears below.

According to the Uninvited Festival's About section, the event's itinerary is as long as the bill. Skate sessions will take place "on an undisclosed sponsored ramp." Bands will play on an "undisclosed sponsored stage." The Nihil Gallery will host an art exhibit tying the themes of the event together. And at night the gallery "becomes a cinema, showing relevant films on big screen and offering a place to relax." Afterwards, "a DJ will take over and Nihil Gallery becomes an afterparty until daybreak." All of it reads like a dream pitch instead of a settled and scheduled fest, which may account for why it's seemingly coming out of nowhere.

Regardless, the bands Uninvited have curated are impressive. Aside from those mentioned above, September 18 includes Mothership and reformed hardcore band Bl'ast. September 19 features appearances by the touring Black Cobra and Lo-Pan (who also play Saint Vitus on September 18 for an Invisible Oranges-presented show). And the weekend continues bringing the riffs with the Shrine, Lecherous Gaze, Electric Citizen (who were recently confirmed for Roadburn 2015), and breakout band Secret Cutter.

The complete lineup is listed, along with the Uninvited Festival's flyer, below...

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Fuzz @ DbA in June (more by Devin Councill)

Browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows. Here are some highlights...

Fuzz, CCR Headcleaner, Beech Creeps @ Death By Audio
Do you pine for the early '70s monster riff days of Blue Cheer and prime Black Sabbath? Ty Segall does too, hence his proto-metal band Fuzz in which he sings and plays drums, heavy on the fills. Even on a Sunday, this show is sure to be nuts.

Ólöf Arnalds @ Le Poisson Rouge
Mere days after male Iclandic composer Ólafur Arnalds played LPR, we find female Icelandic folk singer Ólöf Arnalds at the same venue tonight. Yes we're still a little confused too.

Quasi, Jeffrey Lewis @ Knitting Factory
Long-running indie duo of Sam Combes and Janet Weiss bring their organ and drums to Knitting Factory tonight, their first of two shows in NYC with tourmate Jeffrey Lewis.

Antibalas, Song Sparrow Research @ Highline Ballroom
NYC Afrobeat band Antibalas play their second of two local shows this weekend.

Wolf People, Golden Animals, The Golden Grass @ Mercury Lounge
If you'd like Tull vibes in a younger package, UK band Wolf People sound like they could be from 1973 -- proggy, riffy, and the occasional wind instrument. Opening are NYC psych duo Golden Animals and power trio The Golden Grass.

Iron Chic, Rvivr, Nude Beach, Giant Peach @ The Acheron
Long Island punks Iron Chic make the kind of uplifting punk anthems that sound destined to be shouted by a club of sweaty kids with half-empty beers flying everywhere. Perhaps that will be the case tonight. Nude Beach make Replacements-y heartland pop.

Alice Cooper @ The Capitol Theatre
Before the pro-am golf tournaments, appearances on Wayne's World and pontification on the origins of corpse paint, Alice Cooper was a ripping hard rock musician. Relive those early records and get your air guitar on.

Higgins Waterproof Black Magic Band, Leverage Models, Invisible Familiars @ Union Pool
This is the first date of HWBMB's (side project of TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe) October residency at Union Pool which will happen every Sunday this month. Don't miss Leverage Models if you're going, they make Big '80s art pop ABC and Spandau Ballet would be jealous of.

Ginger Baker @ Iridium
One of the greatest living drummers of any genre, Ginger Baker is best known as one third of Cream but is a master of many styles. His five-night run at Iridium, continues tonight with 8 PM and 10 PM shows.

Clean Teeth, Pigs, Marching Teeth @ Saint Vitus
How do you like your teeth -- Marching or Clean? Tonight you don't have to decide, they're both playing Vitus.

Hannibal Buress @ Knitting Factory
Big league comedy talent (Chris Rock, Louis CK, etc) show up regularly (and unannounced) for Hannibal's very popular free comedy show at Knitting Factory's front bar. Get there early.

For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our full NYC show calendar.

For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.


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The Sword in Austin in 2011 (more by Tim Griffin)
The Sword
Doldrums at BV-SXSW 2013 (more by Kevin Figueroa)

Browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows. Here are some highlights...

Jim Bentley Memorial @ Cake Shop
Jennifer O'Connor, Doug Gillard and more pay tribute and memorialize The Fort Studio's Jim Bentley who died last month. The show is free but donations are suggested, with proceeds going to Bentley's mother.

Weed Hounds, Technicolor Teeth, Failed States, Big City @ Death By Audio
Weed Hounds are back playing shows again, and tonight they're on a bill at Death by Audio that also includes the Nuclear Spring-related Failed States.

Radical Dads @ South Street Seaport's Front/Row stage (FREE)
Brooklyn trio Radical Dads recall the heyday of '90s-era indie rock while remaining very much in the now. This show is part of the Sound Bites Series which is booked by BV's Bill Pearis. He DJs at 3 PM and the band's on at 4 PM.

Alice In Chains, Jane's Addiction, Coheed & Cambria, Circa Survive, and more @ Jones Beach
Get a dose of alt-rock nostalgia with the current incarnation of Alice In Chains and Jane's Addiction on the Rockstar Energy Drink UPROAR Festival, which hits Jones Beach tonight. The rest of the lineup features Coheed & Cambria, Circa Survive, and more.

The Sword, Castle, American Sharks @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Austin stoner rockers The Sword have been on the road a lot since the release of 2012's Apocryphon, and they return to NYC tonight for a show with Castle and American Sharks. They'll be in the NYC-area again this September on their tour with Clutch.

Out in the Streets 2013 (Day 1) @ Vander-Ende Onderdonk House
Ever want to see a bunch of indie rock bands in the backyard of a historic Dutch Colonial stone house in Ridgewood Queens? You can do just that at Day 2 of the Out in the Streets Fest, featuring Toronto's Doldrums, Ava Luna, Wild Yaks, Dan Friel and Las Rosas. Doors at 1 PM and more details at the Facebook event page.

Naam, Radkey, Balam, Blackout @ Saint Vitus
Brooklyn's Naam have a new LP out this year, Vow, and tonight they'll be bringing their heavy space rock to Saint Vitus, where they'll be headlining a hometown bill that also includes Radkey, Balam, and Blackout.

The Act of Estimating As Worthless, Spook Houses, Crying, Frankie Cosmos @ Shea Stadium
Spook Houses' 2012 album, Trying, was one of the better overlooked lo-fi/indie rock albums of that year, and as you may know from the many local shows they play, they deliver live too. You can catch them tonight at Shea with Crying (with whom they share a member), The Act of Estimating as Worthless, and Frankie Cosmos.

Flight of the Conchords @ McKittrick Hotel
New Zealand's 4th most popular guitar-based digi-bongo acapella-rap-funk-comedy folk duo got back together after nearly four years apart. Their tour brings Brett & Jemaine to the impossibly small McKittrick Hotel for a few shows and, of course, it's sold out. On the plus side: there's talk of a movie.

Polygamyst, The Company Corvette, Marching Teeth, Gondola @ Union Pool
NYC (Polygamyst, Marching Teeth) and PA (The Company Corvette, Gondola) are equally represented on this all-stoner metal bill at Union Pool tonight. (We assume it's this Gondola and not this Gondola.)

Hannibal Buress has his weekly comedy show tonight in the front bar of Knitting Factory. He gets some of the biggest names in the biz. You never know who may show up. The show is free and fills up early.

For more laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.

For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our full NYC show calendar.


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photos by Greg Cristman

Locrian at Saint Vitus, June 28, 2013

Locrian completed short string of dates over the weekend, including Friday's stop at Saint Vitus (June 28). The shows were in celebration of the band's latest offering, Return to Annhilation (recently reviewed and currently streaming), which hit store shelves last week via Relapse Records. Brooklyn's show lineup also featured sets from instrumental post-rock/hardcore/metal band Sannhet as well as the riffy Marching Teeth. More pictures from Saint Vitus are below, and still more can be seen at at Invisible Oranges.

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by Fred Pessaro // BBG

Black Cobra @ Saint Vitus
Black Cobra

Black Cobra played a thundering set at Saint Vitus last night (6/25), joined by tourmates Gaza and with opening sets from Sannhet and Marching Teeth. Due to technical difficulties I missed Marching Teeth, but I managed to catch the last few moments of Sannhet's set which was accompanied by a highly impressive light show. I only got pictures of Black Cobra and Gaza and they are in this post.

Gaza's set saw vocalist Jon Parkin pacing along the floor for the majority of their tenure, playing songs from their latest LP No Absolutes in Human Suffering, as well as favorites like "Calf," "He is Never Coming Back" and "Slutmaker" from previous LPs. The crowd parted for the close-to seven-foot tall frontman, forming a mini-melee around him as he bounced from end to end, encouraging crowd singalongs at strategic moments. Gaza is a live juggernaut.

Black Cobra are a bit of an enigma to me; I will forever be puzzled at how two guys and only one amplifier can churn out some of the heaviest punk-influenced sludge-doom. Though Black Cobra has been anything but flawed on the live stage in my recent memory, their Saint Vitus set was a stunner. The crowd was positively electric and performances of songs like "Chronosphere" from 2009's Chronomega LP rank amongst the best I have seen them (I have seen that song performed quite a few times). Great set, so much so that I almost didn't mind that someone spilled an entire whiskey and soda on my camera (adding to my already ongoing gear issues).

More pictures from Saint Vitus are below.

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by BBG

Hull @ Saint Vitus

Despite a climbing mercury outside, Hull headlined an icy Saint Vitus with A Generation of Vipers and Marching Teeth on Friday night (7/22). The show was a one-off for Hull, who are preparing to release their new and Billy-Anderson-mixed LP for The End Records in October. Details are forthcoming.

A Generation of Vipers (members US Christmas) recently released the new Kurt Ballou produced LP Howl and Filth and played entirely new material at the venue that night. Stream the new track "Slow Burn" below.

A Generation of Vipers' van broke down moments before the show, so the band spent an unexpected weekend in NYC, but their van is currently being worked on.

Marching Teeth were an excellent way to start the show with a booming set influenced by mid-period Melvins.

More pictures from Saint Vitus, and the stream of "Slow Burn" below.

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by BBG

Hull at The Studio at Webster Hall (more by Markus Shaffer)

Brooklyn band Hull will join Generation of Vipers and Marching Teeth at Greenpoint venue Saint Vitus on July 22nd, a one-off show for Hull and part of a string of dates for Generation of Vipers (which are still TBA).

Hull is currently hard at work on the follow-up to their Sole Lord LP featuring the great Billy Anderson (Sleep, Neurosis, Buzzoven, Eyehategod) on the console. No word on completion/release date, but we'll keep you posted. Expect new songs at Saint Vitus.

Generation of Vipers features members of US Christmas, though the former definitely move in different directions than the latter. Check out the freshly released title track from Howl & Filth (produced by Kurt Ballou!) streaming below, and check out their other LPs at their bandcamp. Look for the new LP soon.

Song stream and some video below.

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photos by Markus Shaffer, words by BBG

Ben of Helms Alee, gettin' rowdy-rowdy
Helms Alee

Sleep? Who's that? While some band was filling the Brooklyn Masonic Temple with riffs and indo smoke on Monday (9/6), Young Widows, Helms Alee, and Marching Teeth were playing at a packed Cake Shop and earning beaucoup raves. Although NYCers are no strangers to Young Widows and they surely earned their own accolades from the night, Helms Alee featuring Ben Verellen of ex-(current?) Harkonen seemed to be the clear winner of the "OMG-I-didn't-know-they-ruled-so-hard" award. Cake Shop marked their debut performance in NYC and first East Coast tour since the release of Night Terror via Hydra Head in 2008.

The Young Widows/Helms Alee train has come to an end, with the Louisville boys currently at home and Helms Alee working a few dates in the Northwest on the way back out to their native Seattle. Current Helms Alee dates are below with more pictures from the Cake Shop show...

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by BBG

Young Widows at Europa (more by Justina Villanueva)
Young Widows

Young Widows will hit the road in September with Helms Alee that will include a BV/1000Knives production on September 6th at Cake Shop with Marching Teeth! Tickets are on sale.

The show is part of a longer string of dates for Helms Alee, who will make their first trek out east since inception, and since the release of their 2008 LP Night Terror on Hydrahead. You might recognize Ben Verellen from his time in the late These Arms are Snakes or his other (awesome) and semi-active project Harkonen.

Full tour dates, show flyer and some videos are below...

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