BLOODIEST, Sweet cobra, Electric Hawk
1120 Manhattan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11222
This event is 21 and over
Bloodiest, featuring Bruce Lamont, creates a stunning collection of metal-meets-psychedelia-via-early-AmRep epics. Their debut album ”Descent” was recorded in September 2010 with engineer Sanford Parker and released by Relapse Records in April 2011. They are releasing a new album on Relapse on January 15th. The label will be conducting a full press campaign to accompany the release. (a press kit for this album will be available soon)
The dedication of its members and the band’s storied lineage has helped make SWEET COBRA a household name to fans of bold rock and post-hardcore internationally, and a staple within the bustling music scene of their hometown of Chicago. Founded in 2003 by former members of a wide array of notable underground acts and boasting the fury and angular qualities of their hardcore/noise-rock/metal roots with a more straightforward rock rhythm and delivery, the band came into existence and toured alongside the likes of Pelican, Russian Circles, Coliseum, Black Cobra, Doomriders, The Life And Times, Young Widows and many more. SWEET COBRA toured regularly throughout the first decade of the 2000s, and released a crushing load of recorded material, including three LPs — 2004′s Praise through Seventh Rule Recordings, 2007′s Forever through Hawthorne Street Records, and 2010′s Mercy on Blackmarket Activities — as well as split releases with Doomriders, Get Rad, and Young Widows among other releases.
In fall 2009, with Mercy just completed, second guitarist Mat Arluck lost his ongoing fight with cancer. Arluck’s death left a deep scar on the entire Chicago music scene (and beyond). SWEET COBRA committed to soldier on as a three-piece, as they began, resulting in a transformation of the band in the following years. The members have pushed forward — playing shows, constructing new material, and exploring new sounds. These efforts have culminated in the upcoming release of Earth.
Powerhouse drummer Noah Leger (Disappears), Mike Burns (guitar) and Graham McLachlan (bass), put their mutual love of Iron Maiden to work and formed the instrumental trio Electric Hawk. Often described as math-metal because of their complicated, intelligent arrangements, the Chicago Reader says they play "music for shredders by shredders."
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Thu, September 19
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