Friday, August 29th, 2008 at 8:00 PM
4 years ago
Intronaut with Mouth of the Architect, Grayceon, and Behold... The Arctopus
1600 17th Street,
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4 years ago
I saw Mouth of the Architect open for These Arms Are Snakes they rocked and they love it. I would go to this just for them.
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Lava Nights! kylesa, intronaut, black elk, dusted angel-early show 2pm
Sat 4/18 @ Stork Club
Dusted Angel (Santa Cruz) has been added to this show.
Shockhound.com presents Mastodon/Kylesa/Intronaut - SOLD OUT!
Sun 4/19 @ Great American Music Hall
You can purchase tickets at Mastodon Piercing in Mesa. - their number is 480-833-2639. Ask for Shane, let em know youre calling re: the tix - not many tix left... hurry!
anyone have tickets?
Wow! Can't believe they're not at a larger-capacity venue...
Nero Order, Grayceon, One Hundred Suns, Wanteds, dj Rob Metal
Sun 3/01 @ Thee Parkside
Whore for Satan
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Sun. March l, 2009
One Hundred Suns CD release show for 'Beneath the Hooves of Time'
Nero Order http://www.myspace.com/neroorder
One Hundred Suns http://www.myspace.com/onehundredsuns
The Wanteds http://www.myspace.com/thewanteds
and DJ Rob Metal
Doors at 8
1600 17th Street
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One Hundred Suns gathered in the height of the sweltering summer season of 2004. In the month of August the 5 elements came together to create a devastating explosion of sound. With the current vein of war and destruction, the atomic threats looming over mankind, the fire of One Hundred Suns was born. A sonic explosion intoxicating the senses with the compound of volatile character and thought, a sonic wave erupts, stripping the flesh and rendering bone to ash as it passes from horizon to horizon. The 5 elements of One Hundred Suns drive hard into the human condition to lay it all to waste.
Grayceon is an atypical three-piece from San Francisco comprised of electric cello, guitar, drums, and vocals. Pulling together an extremely diverse range of musical influences and writing styles, Grayceon's sound defies the boundaries of the metal/rock/progressive genres. Screaming melodic lines over distinct guitar "chunk," doom riffs, jazz chord progressions, intricate folk-like delicacies, and just about everything in between can be found in a single Grayceon track. The cello proficiency and the guitar finger picking style alone are unprecedented in heavy music. And although the vocals are sparse and the drumming unconventional, all elements are intertwined effortlessly to give the arrangements a fluid feel that may not be present in less able hands. Alternate low tuning both on cello and guitar also contribute to their unique sound.
Since 2006, Grayceon have been recording and performing nationally, and have received critic's praise for their self-titled debut CD (Vendlus), their 7" split (The End) with friends, Giant Squid, and now their sophomore release, "This Grand Show" which was released November 2008 (Vendlus).
Portland, Oregon-based cathartic guitar-driven, melodic pop, indie-rock outfit The Wanteds are Tommy Harrington (vocals/guitar), Ryan Mullen (bass), and Adam Mack (drums). But, this wasn't always the case. For awhile, the band was only Harrington, a guitar, a laptop, a minivan, and his own demons - both pushing him to excel and fighting him at every turn. It was a ride that Harrington weathered into the band's forthcoming full-length, "Failure Looks So Good", set for release September 23, 2008.
"On some level, we all walk through life with a basic desire to be wanted. To be loved. And it's really easy to fall into the trap of thinking that the things we want will somehow fix us or make us happy and bring us closer to that goal. If I only had, whatever, then I'd be happy," Harrington says, discussing the band's name.
"It's an irony of life. We desire things in hopes that we'll feel desired."
Totimoshi, Grayceon, Hurry Up Shotgun
Sat 6/21 @ Hemlock Tavern
Nice! 3 Great bands who play different music, yet make sense together.
Today is the Day , Mouth of the Architect , Psyopus , Complete Failure , Wetnurse
Mon 3/17 @ Knitting Factory Brooklyn
great, as always.
Saw today is the day in greenpoint back in september. it was amazing, if far too short. hopefully they'll play longer this time.
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