The Locust played first show in 4 years, share new video for “Recyclable Body Fluids in Human Form”
Genre-defying hardcore band The Locust returned from hiatus in 2013, but hadn’t performed live together since 2015. That changed on Saturday when the band played their first show in four years at CA music festival Desert Daze (where they also met Devo). See the setlist, which pulled largely from their 2003 sophomore album Plague Soundscapes, and watch a couple of fan-taken videos from the show, below.
Speaking of Plague Soundscapes, the band just shared a new video for album track “Recyclable Body Fluids in Human Form,” created by Eric Livingston. Watch that below.
The Locust have some more tour dates coming up this fall, and they’ve added two more CA shows to their itinerary since we last spoke. See all of their upcoming dates below.
SETLIST: The Locust @ Desert Daze, 10/12/2019 (@via)
Moth-Eaten Deer Head
Recyclable Body Fluids in Human Form
We Have Reached an Official Verdict: Nobody Gives a Shit
Kill Roger Hedgecock
How to Become a Virgin
Who Wants a Dose of the Clap?
Pulling the Christmas Pig by the Wrong Pair of Ears
Live From the Russian Compound
File Under ‘Soft Core Seizures’
Earwax Halo Manufactured for the Champion in All of Us
Identity Exchange Program Rectum Return Policy
Armless and Overactive: Who’s Handling the Population Paste?/Invented Organs/New Tongue Sweepstakes/Consenting Abscess (Part 1)/Consenting Abscess (Part 2)
One Decent Leg / Movement Across the Membrane / Oscillating Eyes / Immune System Overtime / Hairy Mouth
Solar Panel Asses
Twenty-Three Lubed Up Schizophrenics With Delusions of Grandeur
Wet Dream War Machine
Pickup Truck Full of Forty Minutes
Book of Bot