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The Brian Jonestown Massacre played Webster Hall with The Veldt (pics, review)
The Brian Jonestown Massacre played Webster Hall with The Veldt (pics, review)
There was a time, in the years following the release of the documentary DiG!, where Brian Jonestown Massacre frontman Anton Newcombe seemed to be at war with the audience (who sometimes seemed only to be there to see the band fall apart onstage), avoiding their catchiest material in favor of long, droney druggy jams. These days, though, Newcombe (sporting some serious snow-white mutton chops) and the BJM are mostly in the crowd-pleasing business, both in song selection and delivering classically cranky banter/rants between songs...
A Place to Bury Strangers added to Market Hotel’s reopening party on Sat; APTBS bassist Dion Lunadon releasing solo 7″
A Place to Bury Strangers added to Market Hotel’s reopening party on Sat; APTBS bassist Dion Lunadon releasing solo 7″
Market Hotel's long-awaited reopening happens this weekend with a two-night celebration: Friday (1/22) with VIA APP, Kill Alters, Dreamcrusher, and Malory; and Saturday (1/23) with Guerilla Toss, PC Worship, Pill and just-announced "special guest" headliners A Place to Bury Strangers...
Heaven’s Gate released new LP ‘Woman at Night,’ celebrating tonight, playing CMJ hangover show w/ Future Punx & Eaters
Heaven’s Gate released new LP ‘Woman at Night,’ celebrating tonight, playing CMJ hangover show w/ Future Punx & Eaters
Brooklyn band Heaven's Gate are back with their second album, Woman at Night, which was released today (9/25) via Dull Tools. Like on their terrific debut album, the band whip together a variety of of noisy influences into their own whirlwind brand of rock that is aggressive, loud, tuneful, and cathartic...