This One Goes To Eleven Presents
Moon Tooth, Vaureen, Somnuri, Fliege
1120 Manhattan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11222
This event is 21 and over
Between the release of their first full length Chromaparagon in February 2016 and it's first anniversary in February 2017 Moon Tooth crushed over 130 shows with some highly notable acts. The band is currently in the studio recording its follow up to Chromaparagon.
Moon Tooth supported Intronaut & Entheos on a full US tour in July & August 2016. They supported Toothgrinder & Auras on a US tour in October 2016. They were direct support to Thank You Scientist on a tour of the US & Canada in December 2016. They co-headlined a tour with Astronoid in February 2017 in the US & Canada and supported Fit For An Autopsy & Tombs on another full US run in June & July of 2017. They closed out the year with a full-US headlining tour of their own in November 2017.
They have also shared stages with Killswitch Engage, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Gwar, Mutoid Man, Candiria, Weedeater, Veil of Maya, Cancer Bats, KEN Mode, He is Legend, & King Parrot and have played festivals such as SXSW, CMJ, Texas Revolution Fest, and South By So What Fest.
Vaureen is what it would sound like if Sabbath joined Siouxsie and Sonic Youth for an epic weekend mushroom trip.
American sludge n' roll, heavy rock and doom metal mixed trio band from Brooklyn, New York.
Fusing body horror and black metal into one twisted creature, Fliege—the bile-spewing brainchild of Brooklyn music writers C. Brundle and P. Brundle—are proud to spew up their self-titled debut.
A six-part retelling of David Cronenberg’s 1986 splatter-piece, 'The Fly', the silverscreen spinoff renders a story of gore, identity, and love, in an array of scathing industrial blast beats and pummeling black n’ roll boogie. From the immediate grandeur of Cloud Rat to the Nordic rabble of Kvelertak, Fliege teleports listeners across time, space, and species to arrive at one final goal:
$12.00 - $15.00
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