The Only Texas Show for 2013
Krum Bums, Krigblast, The Bulemics, Dying Time, Animal Train, Anti Climax, Antialls, End It
213 W 5th St.
Austin, TX, 78701
Doors 6:00 PM / Show 7:00 PM (event ends at 2:00 AM)
This event is all ages
Nihilistic Portland, OR, hardcore outfit Poison Idea was formed in 1980 by frontman Jerry A., guitarist Tom Roberts, bassist Chris Tense, and drummer Dean Johnson. The group debuted three years later with the EP Pick Your King, cramming 13 songs into a 16-minute time frame; the Record Collectors Are Pretentious Assholes EP followed in 1985, fine-tuning the band's blistering sound and fatalistic worldview. Thanks to their notoriously insatiable diet of drugs, alcohol, and junk food, the members of Poison Idea all ballooned past the 300-pound mark by the time of the 1986 full-length Kings of Punk, with Roberts -- who now tipped the scales at an impressive 450 pounds -- rechristening himself Pig Champion in honor of the occasion. Tense and Johnson were then dismissed from the lineup, although the former returned in time for 1987's War All the Time, recorded with second guitarist Eric "Vegetable" Olsen and drummer Steve "Thee Slayer Hippy" Hanford; Tense was then replaced by bassist Mondo for 1988's Filthkick EP. Both the Darby Crash Rides Again and Ian MacKaye EPs followed a year later, another period of roster tumult which made way for the addition of guitarist Kid Cocksman (soon replaced by Aldine Striknine) and bassist Myrtle Tickner. Poison Idea returned in 1990 with Feel the Darkness, with a series of live releases (the Official Bootleg EP, the Live in Vienna EP, and the Dutch Courage LP) preceding 1992's Blank Blackout. A collaboration with Jeff Dahl appeared a year later, concurrent with the covers album Pajama Party; however, in the wake of Pig Champion's subsequent departure Poison Idea disbanded, releasing their June 6, 1993, farewell gig at Portland's La Luna as Pig's Last Stand.
Bulemics are a five piece punk rock outfit from Austin, Texas that formed in a drunken haze in early 1996. Although many line-up changes have occurred, their attitude has remained the same; have fun while you can at any cost, because you never know when it'll all be over. Over the years, they have released many singles, and four albums-"old enough to know better...too young to care" (junk records), "blurred vision and twisted thoughts" (man's ruin records), "talk dirty to me" (tsb records), and 2002's "soundtrack to the apocalypse"(steelcage records). With their abilty to play circles around the average punk band and filthy subject matter, they're not for the faint of heart, and definately not what you want influencing young impressionable minds. When they bring it all to the stage, a good time is guaranteed, and they always more than live up to their reputation as a live band not to be missed. With no signs of slowing down, and a total disregard for human decency, the Bulemics will not rest until their photos are plastered on the bedroom wall of every teenage girl in the free world.