Man Like Machine, timelost
1003 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19107
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Rising from the industrial mecca of Chicago in the early 90s, Stabbing Westward has become one of the most successful industrial-rock bands of all time. Stabbing Westward is no stranger to Alternative and Rock radio. Since their first album Ungod was released in 1994, Stabbing Westward has produced several hit singles including “Save Yourself”, What Do I Have To Do”, “Shame” and “So Far Away”. After breaking through with their sophomore album, the gold certified Wither, Blister, Burn + Peel, the band crafted the very ambitious follow up Darkest Days. The album featured 16 songs touching on the full spectrum of emotions surrounding the loss of a relationship. As Darkest Days turns 20 this year, Stabbing Westward will hit the road this Sping to pay homage to their third album with a whole new production.
Man Like Machine
MAN LIKE MACHINE are a philly based alternative/experimental/mudtronic rock trio, that recently signed to Seventh Wave Records and released their debut EP “3X3” under the label on 12/11/18
“Alongside the devil-may care apathetic mentality that permeated the ethos of ‘90s grunge bands, Philadelphia trio MAN LIKE MACHINE introduces the glam elements of electroclash and goth. Loud, dramatic and angsty with lots of synth, the band completes its homage to an era past (and present). But it’s not some shtick—the songs are catchy & compelling.” Philly Weekly
Born out of frustration and friendship, Timelost, the new euphoric and heavy genre bending project, was started in the summer of 2017 by Shane Handal and Grzesiek Czapla. Although started by file sharing 1,000 miles apart, the intention was never to be just an internet project. Now, a year and a half later, a full length record rich with devastating vocal and guitar melodies and a driving rhythm section has been written and recorded, 2 new members have been added, and all 4 now live in Philadelphia. 2019 will show the release of their debut album and as many live dates the band can possibly do.
$25 advance - $28 day of show