Entries tagged with: Sacristy
by Wyatt Marshall
Artificial Brain at Saint Vitus in January (more by Caroline Harrison)
New York's awesome tech-death weirdos Artificial Brain released their debut full-length, Labyrinth Constellation, today on the venerable metal label Profound Lore. The album is streaming below--give it a listen.
We here at BV and over at Invisible Oranges are pretty big fans of Artificial Brain, so we are proud to present, in conjunction with Signature Riff, a record release show at Saint Vitus on March 15. Artificial Brain will be joined by NYC black metallers Sacristy and other TBA bands. Tickets aren't available yet, but stay tuned to the show's Facebook page for more details.
Artificial Brain don't have any other live dates at the moment. Album stream below...
by Fred Pessaro // BBG
Vektor at Saint Vitus, August 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
Awwww, how romantic! Spend Valentine's Day with your significant other checking out some progressive thrash by none other than Vektor. The Philly crew is preparing to hit the road for a string of dates and will team with Behold... The Arctopus for a show at Saint Vitus on February 14. Tickets are on sale. Full tour schedule for Vektor is below.
In related news, Colin Marston is also busy with Krallice, who have a show coming up as well. The band will celebrate the vinyl release of Years Past Matter with special guests Sacristy and Imperial Triumphant at Acheron on March 2. Tickets are on sale.
All Vektor dates and some streams by Krallice & Vektor are below.
photos by Suren Karapetyan
Suffocation @ Saint Vitus, 11/25/2012
Two competing metal shows marked Brooklyn on the holy day of rest (Sunday, 11/25), when Suffocation teamed with Car Bomb, Mutant Supremacy and Trenchgrinder at Saint Vitus (rescheduled due to Sandy) while The Festival of the Unknown kicked off at Public Assembly across town. Though the latter's lineup was not announced before doors opened, the show featured performances from Nuclearhammer, Adversarial, Entrenched, Sacristy, and Sarcomancy.
Unfortunately, no photos of Car Bomb from the Saint Vitus show, but check out pictures from the rest of the bands, as well as video from the bulk of the Festival of The Unknown lineup below.