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The Green River Burial + Vitalism

THE GREEN RIVER BURIAL is a German Metal band from Frankfurt, Hessen. They signed to Bastardized Recordings in 2012 and subsequently released their full length debut “SEPARATE & COALESCE“. In 2015, the 2-track EP “BLIGHT” was released, heralding the start of a new era for the band. Currently TGRB are working on a new full length which will be unveiled soon.

The sound of THE GREEN RIVER BURIAL mirrors and translates the ambitions, passions and influences of the four band members, resulting in an individual and unique sound. Originating from a hardcore background, the band is currently shifting their focus towards darker and more groove oriented modern play styles on their new material.

TGRB have played international shows, tours & festivals with bands such as Suicide Silence, Thy Art Is Murder, Architects, Emmure, August Burns Red, Stick To Your Guns, Of Mice & Men, Behemoth, The Black Dahlia Murder, Hatebreed, I Declare War, The Acacia Strain or Bury Tomorrow.

Infamous for their powerful live shows and strong media presence, THE GREEN RIVER BURIAL are on their way to the top of the metal scene and won’t stop to fill every venue and destroy every stage they are playing on

— VITALISM —

Vitalism is a progressive / instrumental band from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. With influences of heavy metal in general.
Founded by guitarist Ed Garcia in july/2014. Band is characterized by heavy riffs, followed by intense and catchy melodies.

PIX 2 by David Fitt

Perturbator

Cyber punchy electro with a strong 80s feeling, James Kent AKA Perturbator is the spearhead of the new synthwave revival (along with Danger, Lazerhawk, Kavinsky, D a n T e r m i n u s, . . . ) . Recently Perturbator’s music makes an appearance in the hollywood movie “THE GUEST”, in the TV SHOW “Limitless”, and in the 2 awarded video games “HOTLINE MIAMI 1 & 2″. His last album “Dangerous days” was released in August 2014 on Blood Music. His new album « The Uncanny Valley » is on the way, and will be released on the 6th May 2016. For now, he will set on fire all the stages across Europe, Russia and Canada.

Website: Soundcloud // Facebook 

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Downfall Of Gaia + Hope Drone + Brache

Dark, ominous, yet not completely hopeless, Downfall of Gaia’s music is as uplifting as it is overwhelming. The aural peaks and valleys fill the often lengthy tracks with a rewarding listening experience.

The quartet was founded in the middle of 2008 and, after a few member changes, ended up with their current lineup: Dominik Goncalves dos Reis, Peter Wolff, Anton Lisovoj, and Johannes Stoltenburg. The members of Downfall of Gaia reside in various cities throughout Germany. Their practice space, however, isn’t in one of the common German fashion cities like Berlin or Hamburg, but in Hannover, a city many people connect to the Scorpions. Not to a sound that is reminiscent of an avalanche of black earth, boulders, and mud.

Downfall of Gaia have developed their current sound over the course of several years. In their early days of existence, they could easily have been described as a crust band. During this “crustier” period, they released a split in 2008 with French band Kazan. A year later, they released a tour EP, and in 2010 Downfall of Gaia finally released their debut album “Epos” with the help of a few DIY-labels.

When Downfall of Gaia is not in the rehearsal room or in the studio, they welcome life on the road and tour whenever and wherever they can. They have not only performed on countless stages in the German speaking countries, but also in countries like Italy, the UK, France, the Netherlands and in several cities in various countries in Eastern Europe. They have even made a trip across the Atlantic to the United States for a small, but intense tour. Downfall of Gaia’s live intensity is unwavering, whether they are performing to ten guests in a club or in front of thousands of people at a festival.

Downfall of Gaia’s DIY attitude lead to their next release in 2011: a split-LP with Sweden’s In the Hearts of Emperors on the Alerta Antfascista label. The album was also released by Moment of Collapse and Shove Records. The release displayed a massive step forward, both musically and lyrically.

Though their origin was very crust-infused, the band has taken a much different approach to more recent material. Fast d-beat influenced songs have given way to longer, slower tunes. Recent material can be described as enormous creations that encroach upon the listener like a towering monolith. Their new sound draws elements from doom, black metal, downtempo, sludge, and dark hardcore. The end result is an aesthetic not lacking in majesty or depth.

Downfall of Gaia has finished recording their newest collection of songs. The concept album, Suffocating in the Swarm of Cranes, was released in the second half of 2012. Their continued growth has raised the bar and expectations are very high for what is sure to be a massive, encumbering album for fans of all things progressive and heavy.

When Downfall of Gaia were not rehearsing or recording, they love to go on tour ever, which is something they’ve done since their humble beginnings: often and anywhere. They have travelled through almost every European country and played in most US states in 2011, as well as in 2013. In 2012, they even went to Russia, enthusing fans in Moscow. In 2013 alone, the group performed more than 100 concerts. In 2014, they gigged with Toxic Holocaust, Black Tusk or Neurosis and appeared at cult open air Hellfest in France.

Now in the same year, their excessive touring came to a halt to make time for their second release via Metal Blade. The band entered ’79 Sound Studio in Cologne and started working on new material. The results were mixed at renowned Atomic Garden Studio in the San Francisco Bay Area and mastered in Portland, Oregon, at notorious Audiosiege Studio. Finally, the new masterpiece was completed and is ready to ravage eager listeners. Once again, the band has developed a concept. The album addresses mankind’s most powerful enemy: time, which passes without mercy. Downfall of Gaia refrain from any calm moments, let alone pauses, and go full throttle immediately on Aeon Unveils the Thrones of Decay which is set to be released on November 7th/10th, 2014 in Europe and November 11th, 2014 in North America.

 


Dark, ominous, yet not completely hopeless, Downfall of Gaia’s music is as uplifting as it is overwhelming. The aural peaks and valleys fill the often lengthy tracks with a rewarding listening experience.

The quartet was founded in the middle of 2008 and, after a few member changes, ended up with their current lineup: Dominik Goncalves dos Reis, Peter Wolff, Anton Lisovoj, and Johannes Stoltenburg. The members of Downfall of Gaia reside in various cities throughout Germany. Their practice space, however, isn’t in one of the common German fashion cities like Berlin or Hamburg, but in Hannover, a city many people connect to the Scorpions. Not to a sound that is reminiscent of an avalanche of black earth, boulders, and mud.

Downfall of Gaia have developed their current sound over the course of several years. In their early days of existence, they could easily have been described as a crust band. During this “crustier” period, they released a split in 2008 with French band Kazan. A year later, they released a tour EP, and in 2010 Downfall of Gaia finally released their debut album “Epos” with the help of a few DIY-labels.

When Downfall of Gaia is not in the rehearsal room or in the studio, they welcome life on the road and tour whenever and wherever they can. They have not only performed on countless stages in the German speaking countries, but also in countries like Italy, the UK, France, the Netherlands and in several cities in various countries in Eastern Europe. They have even made a trip across the Atlantic to the United States for a small, but intense tour. Downfall of Gaia’s live intensity is unwavering, whether they are performing to ten guests in a club or in front of thousands of people at a festival.

Downfall of Gaia’s DIY attitude lead to their next release in 2011: a split-LP with Sweden’s In the Hearts of Emperors on the Alerta Antfascista label. The album was also released by Moment of Collapse and Shove Records. The release displayed a massive step forward, both musically and lyrically.

Though their origin was very crust-infused, the band has taken a much different approach to more recent material. Fast d-beat influenced songs have given way to longer, slower tunes. Recent material can be described as enormous creations that encroach upon the listener like a towering monolith. Their new sound draws elements from doom, black metal, downtempo, sludge, and dark hardcore. The end result is an aesthetic not lacking in majesty or depth.

Downfall of Gaia has finished recording their newest collection of songs. The concept album, Suffocating in the Swarm of Cranes, was released in the second half of 2012. Their continued growth has raised the bar and expectations are very high for what is sure to be a massive, encumbering album for fans of all things progressive and heavy.

When Downfall of Gaia were not rehearsing or recording, they love to go on tour ever, which is something they’ve done since their humble beginnings: often and anywhere. They have travelled through almost every European country and played in most US states in 2011, as well as in 2013. In 2012, they even went to Russia, enthusing fans in Moscow. In 2013 alone, the group performed more than 100 concerts. In 2014, they gigged with Toxic Holocaust, Black Tusk or Neurosis and appeared at cult open air Hellfest in France.

Now in the same year, their excessive touring came to a halt to make time for their second release via Metal Blade. The band entered ’79 Sound Studio in Cologne and started working on new material. The results were mixed at renowned Atomic Garden Studio in the San Francisco Bay Area and mastered in Portland, Oregon, at notorious Audiosiege Studio. Finally, the new masterpiece was completed and is ready to ravage eager listeners. Once again, the band has developed a concept. The album addresses mankind’s most powerful enemy: time, which passes without mercy. Downfall of Gaia refrain from any calm moments, let alone pauses, and go full throttle immediately on Aeon Unveils the Thrones of Decay which is set to be released on November 7th/10th, 2014 in Europe and November 11th, 2014 in North America.

 

Website: Facebook


Hope Drone

Australian death metal may be a hot topic right now, but the Oceanian continent has yet to see many black metal bands (other than perhaps Woods of Desolation) crawl up from out of the underworld. Brisbane newcomer HOPE DRONE is in a position to change that status with its distinctive blend of dense atmospheres and withering, spacious blackness. Formed in 2011 by guitarists Karl Hartwig and Christopher Rowden, drummer Francis Kell, and bassist Aaron “Peege” Pickersgill, the band burst onto the scene with its 2013 self-­titled EP, which was hailed by Cvlt Nation as “fresh, invigorating, and compelling” and called “possibly the most devastatingly nihilistic recording I’ve ever heard” by Angry Metal Guy.

After supporting acts like Neurosis, Deafheaven, Caspian, and Rosetta in Australia, HOPE DRONE recorded its sophomore record, again employing the talents of engineer Christopher Brownbill (who also produced the band’s debut). The band has stated that it aims for HOPE DRONE to serve as an outlet for personal catharsis that musically focuses on atmosphere, and their 2015 Relapse debut Cloak of Ash more than fulfills those goals. Cloak of Ash is an unrelenting and calculated 80­minute monster that will undoubtedly put listeners to the test, but, like all the best­designed challenges, rewards those intrepid fans that brave its drawn­out melancholy. HOPE DRONE’s music may seem hopeless on the surface, but the band’s despondency is relatable and undiluted, breathing light into an otherwise bleak landscape. A monumental debut, Cloak of Ash has already seen coverage from platforms like Decibel and Sputnikmusic, and stands to see HOPE DRONE cement itself as one of the forerunners of modern Australian black metal.


Dark, ominous, yet not completely hopeless, Downfall of Gaia’s music is as uplifting as it is overwhelming. The aural peaks and valleys fill the often lengthy tracks with a rewarding listening experience.

The quartet was founded in the middle of 2008 and, after a few member changes, ended up with their current lineup: Dominik Goncalves dos Reis, Peter Wolff, Anton Lisovoj, and Johannes Stoltenburg. The members of Downfall of Gaia reside in various cities throughout Germany. Their practice space, however, isn’t in one of the common German fashion cities like Berlin or Hamburg, but in Hannover, a city many people connect to the Scorpions. Not to a sound that is reminiscent of an avalanche of black earth, boulders, and mud.

Downfall of Gaia have developed their current sound over the course of several years. In their early days of existence, they could easily have been described as a crust band. During this “crustier” period, they released a split in 2008 with French band Kazan. A year later, they released a tour EP, and in 2010 Downfall of Gaia finally released their debut album “Epos” with the help of a few DIY-labels.

When Downfall of Gaia is not in the rehearsal room or in the studio, they welcome life on the road and tour whenever and wherever they can. They have not only performed on countless stages in the German speaking countries, but also in countries like Italy, the UK, France, the Netherlands and in several cities in various countries in Eastern Europe. They have even made a trip across the Atlantic to the United States for a small, but intense tour. Downfall of Gaia’s live intensity is unwavering, whether they are performing to ten guests in a club or in front of thousands of people at a festival.

Downfall of Gaia’s DIY attitude lead to their next release in 2011: a split-LP with Sweden’s In the Hearts of Emperors on the Alerta Antfascista label. The album was also released by Moment of Collapse and Shove Records. The release displayed a massive step forward, both musically and lyrically.

Though their origin was very crust-infused, the band has taken a much different approach to more recent material. Fast d-beat influenced songs have given way to longer, slower tunes. Recent material can be described as enormous creations that encroach upon the listener like a towering monolith. Their new sound draws elements from doom, black metal, downtempo, sludge, and dark hardcore. The end result is an aesthetic not lacking in majesty or depth.

Downfall of Gaia has finished recording their newest collection of songs. The concept album, Suffocating in the Swarm of Cranes, was released in the second half of 2012. Their continued growth has raised the bar and expectations are very high for what is sure to be a massive, encumbering album for fans of all things progressive and heavy.

When Downfall of Gaia were not rehearsing or recording, they love to go on tour ever, which is something they’ve done since their humble beginnings: often and anywhere. They have travelled through almost every European country and played in most US states in 2011, as well as in 2013. In 2012, they even went to Russia, enthusing fans in Moscow. In 2013 alone, the group performed more than 100 concerts. In 2014, they gigged with Toxic Holocaust, Black Tusk or Neurosis and appeared at cult open air Hellfest in France.

Now in the same year, their excessive touring came to a halt to make time for their second release via Metal Blade. The band entered ’79 Sound Studio in Cologne and started working on new material. The results were mixed at renowned Atomic Garden Studio in the San Francisco Bay Area and mastered in Portland, Oregon, at notorious Audiosiege Studio. Finally, the new masterpiece was completed and is ready to ravage eager listeners. Once again, the band has developed a concept. The album addresses mankind’s most powerful enemy: time, which passes without mercy. Downfall of Gaia refrain from any calm moments, let alone pauses, and go full throttle immediately on Aeon Unveils the Thrones of Decay which is set to be released on November 7th/10th, 2014 in Europe and November 11th, 2014 in North America.

Hope Drone

Australian death metal may be a hot topic right now, but the Oceanian continent has yet to see many black metal bands (other than perhaps Woods of Desolation) crawl up from out of the underworld. Brisbane newcomer HOPE DRONE is in a position to change that status with its distinctive blend of dense atmospheres and withering, spacious blackness. Formed in 2011 by guitarists Karl Hartwig and Christopher Rowden, drummer Francis Kell, and bassist Aaron “Peege” Pickersgill, the band burst onto the scene with its 2013 self-­titled EP, which was hailed by Cvlt Nation as “fresh, invigorating, and compelling” and called “possibly the most devastatingly nihilistic recording I’ve ever heard” by Angry Metal Guy.

After supporting acts like Neurosis, Deafheaven, Caspian, and Rosetta in Australia, HOPE DRONE recorded its sophomore record, again employing the talents of engineer Christopher Brownbill (who also produced the band’s debut). The band has stated that it aims for HOPE DRONE to serve as an outlet for personal catharsis that musically focuses on atmosphere, and their 2015 Relapse debut Cloak of Ash more than fulfills those goals. Cloak of Ash is an unrelenting and calculated 80­minute monster that will undoubtedly put listeners to the test, but, like all the best­designed challenges, rewards those intrepid fans that brave its drawn­out melancholy. HOPE DRONE’s music may seem hopeless on the surface, but the band’s despondency is relatable and undiluted, breathing light into an otherwise bleak landscape. A monumental debut, Cloak of Ash has already seen coverage from platforms like Decibel and Sputnikmusic, and stands to see HOPE DRONE cement itself as one of the forerunners of modern Australian black metal.


Hope Drone

Australian death metal may be a hot topic right now, but the Oceanian continent has yet to see many black metal bands (other than perhaps Woods of Desolation) crawl up from out of the underworld. Brisbane newcomer HOPE DRONE is in a position to change that status with its distinctive blend of dense atmospheres and withering, spacious blackness. Formed in 2011 by guitarists Karl Hartwig and Christopher Rowden, drummer Francis Kell, and bassist Aaron “Peege” Pickersgill, the band burst onto the scene with its 2013 self-­titled EP, which was hailed by Cvlt Nation as “fresh, invigorating, and compelling” and called “possibly the most devastatingly nihilistic recording I’ve ever heard” by Angry Metal Guy.

After supporting acts like Neurosis, Deafheaven, Caspian, and Rosetta in Australia, HOPE DRONE recorded its sophomore record, again employing the talents of engineer Christopher Brownbill (who also produced the band’s debut). The band has stated that it aims for HOPE DRONE to serve as an outlet for personal catharsis that musically focuses on atmosphere, and their 2015 Relapse debut Cloak of Ash more than fulfills those goals. Cloak of Ash is an unrelenting and calculated 80­minute monster that will undoubtedly put listeners to the test, but, like all the best­designed challenges, rewards those intrepid fans that brave its drawn­out melancholy. HOPE DRONE’s music may seem hopeless on the surface, but the band’s despondency is relatable and undiluted, breathing light into an otherwise bleak landscape. A monumental debut, Cloak of Ash has already seen coverage from platforms like Decibel and Sputnikmusic, and stands to see HOPE DRONE cement itself as one of the forerunners of modern Australian black metal.

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Negative Approach + ALs Wasted Youth

 
Negative Approach is an American hardcore punk band, formed in Detroit, Michigan in 1981. The band is considered among the pioneers of hardcore punk, particularly in the Midwest region. Like most hardcore bands, Negative Approach was little known in its day outside of its hometown. It is now idolized in the Detroit rock underground and the punk subculture, considered to be one of the elite bands of the “old school” era, and continues to be influential.Negative Approach initially broke up in 1984 with singer John Brannon moving on to the Laughing Hyenas, and later Easy Action, but the band has reformed as of 2006 and continues to tour sporadically
 Website: Facebook
AL’s Wasted Youth features original LA’s Wasted Youth drummer Allen Stiritz, Jason Honea from Social Unrest and two other native Californians.
A’s Wasted Youth was one of the most Iconic Punk Bands in the early 80s. First supporting and sharing the stage with all the big names and then headlining over many of them and other new comers in the end. In 1986 drummer Allen Stiritz disappeared from the scene due to personal problems and the fact that the band went in a metal influenced direction.
Allen was out of the scene for almost 30 years when Samuel el Action of Scheisse Minnelli found him living in Germany and dragged him to a Scheisse Minnelli show to play some of those classic Wasted Youth songs. Now Allen has teamed up with the two members of Scheisse Minnelli from California and Jason Honea from Social Unrest to form AL’s Wasted Youth.
Their plan is to bring back that chaotic time in the early 80s Cali punk scene but in Europe! Al’s WY only plays from time to time. The future plans are to continue with this short set and expand it when any of the old school LA bands tour Europe to do random shows together and bring that old school flavor while getting Allen back to his roots and back to the scene he helped build.
 Website: Facebook
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Battlecross + Third Wave

A sonic metal assault that leaves audiences pumped with adrenaline, Detroit’s BATTLECROSS triumphantly return as one of the true champions of American Heavy Metal with their devastating sophomore release, War of Will. Co-produced at Audio Hammer Studios with famed producers Mark Lewis and Eyal Levi, the sophomore effort from Detroit’s newest soldiers of steel will soon prove as one of the most impressive follow-up releases, destined to become a heavy metal classic for fans of all sub-genres. “War of Will triggers a strange Déjà Vu while feeling completely brand new” says Levi.

With elements of upbeat thrash, European, death, and southern metal, War of Willbrings back the old school thrash, heavy groove, harmonizing guitars, epic guitar solos, dynamic death-style vocals and impressive bass work that made 2011’s Pursuit of Honor a fast favorite. Fans will appreciate another complete, yet more mature brutal assault with contagious hooks and choruses that will guarantee headbangability and the dynamic live show for which BATTLECROSS is best known.

Celebrated for their cross-over thrash/classic American heavy metal image and sound, and relentless enthusiasm for touring, BATTLECROSS entered Audio Hammer Studios in March 2013 immediately after a full North American trek with Sweden’s In Flames and a busy 2012. With an impressive list of top notch metal productions, the studio turned out to be the perfect fit for the young band. “The laid back atmosphere, mixed with the ‘deliver or be delivered’ expectations really inspired us to push ourselves to be the best during the production, and it really reflects in the lyrical content as well as the final product.” said Guitarist Tony Asta. “War of Will is exactly what it sounds like, a straight up heavy metal album, but we’ll let the fans be the judge.”

Titled to describe BATTLECROSS’ fast and furious climb in the two years since releasing their debut, War of Will challenges fans through its lyrical theme to push their limits in pursuit of their goals and to sacrifice all to overcome life’s obstacles and succeed—a message proven by the band’s quick ascent to breakout status from high-profile tours, heavy radio play, while drawing comparisons to the heavyweights of metal.

War of Will marks the first major session contribution by drummer Shannon Lucas, who contributes an upbeat thrash vibe with his precision and aggression best suited for the BATTLECROSS style. “Shannon is one of the true beasts of metal drumming” said co-producer Eyal Levi, “his skills are technically untouchable and combine that with a badass rising star of a band and we have the makings of a crushing record.”

The young band’s career kicked off what every metal musician dreams of: amazing album reviews from metal’s most respected publications for their 2011 debut on Metal Blade Records, Pursuit of Honor. Metal Assault named the record one of the most ‘complete heavy metal albums in recent times’ while receiving high praises from heavyweights Revolver, Decibel, Blabbermouth and others. With killer reviews across the internet and in print publications throughout North America and overseas (including band of the month in Metal Hammer Norway and Metal Hammer Spain), it should be no surprise that this blue collar, hard-work ethic that comes from the members of BATTLECROSS translates into a potent force on record as well as a high-energy live performance winning fans across the country on some of the metal’s highest profile tours.

The growing buzz over Pursuit of Honor positioned the band for opportunities that have proven to be stepping stones for what is expected to be a long and exciting career for BATTLECROSS, starting with a spot in a 2011 CMJ Showcase with Skeletonwitch and Kvelertak and the band’s first tour ever, an Eastern U.S. run with Rose Funeral and Diamond Plate. It was during this tour that BATTLECROSS was introduced to North America and became SiriusXM Liquid Metal mainstays with the single Push Pull Destroy, which spent over 30 weeks on ‘The Devil’s Dozen’ and reached the #1 most requested song for five weeks and to date, over two million YouTube views. Throughout 2012, satellite radio introduced singles ‘Breaking You’ and ‘Man of Stone’, together spending a total of 50 weeks on Jose Mangin’s popular metal countdown.

BATTLECROSS’ reputation for technical talent, humility and fan engagement earned the band the opportunity to continue their climb with an appearance at 2012 SXSW Metal Blade Showcase; tours with: Hate Eternal and Goatwhore (Winter 2012), Origin, Decrepit Birth, Cattle Decapitation on the Occupation Domination Tour (Spring 2012), Metal Hammer’s Trespass America Festival with Five Finger Death Punch, Killswitch Engage, and Trivium (Summer 2012), a headlining stage appearance at Heavy MTL, opposite System of a Down and high-profile shows celebrating Metal Blade’s 30th Anniversary with Cattle Decapitation, Gypsyhawk, Six Feet Under and more.

After a fist-pumping debut, impressive 2012 breakout tours, BATTLECROSS will continue their climb as one of metal’s most impressive new bands with 2013 appearances at the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival, Orion Music +More with Metallica, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Deftones and Suicidal Tendencies in the band’s hometown of Detroit and the 4th Annual GwarBQ with Municipal Waste and Corrosion of Conformity.

War of Will releases July 9th, 2013 just as the band heads out for the summer on the Rock Star Energy Drink Mayhem Festival Tour with Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, Amon Amarth, Children of Bodom, Machine Head, Behemoth, Mastodon and more in what is expected to be the tour and album that will cement BATTLECROSS as an American Heavy Metal heavyweight, banging heads for years to come.

 

Website: Facebook

Third Wave

Im Jahre 2012 trafen sich Sebi und Valli um aus Spaß ein bisschen zu jammen. Durch einen Zufall kam Julian als zweite Gitarre dazu und auf Basis Sebis alter Riffsammlung entstanden mehr und mehr instrumentale Songs.

Nun wollte die Band diese mit Gesang unterstützen. Sebi entschied sich kurz darauf diese Aufgabe zu übernehmen.

Der erste Auftritt lies nicht lange auf sich warten und wir spielten im Schanz unsere erste Show in kleinem Rahmen.

Sie entschieden sich nun gesanglich andere Geschütze aufzufahren und holten Adi, ein Freund der Band, der schon vorher bei diversen Produktionen mithalf, als Leadsänger und Screamer in die Band.

Das einzige was Third Wave noch fehlte, war ein fest integrierter Bassist, da vorher diese Position von Vallis Bruder nur als Aushilfe abgedeckt werden konnte.

Sebi gelang es, den Multiinstrumentalisten Bene zu überzeugen, sich dem Bass zuzuwenden und diese Lücke zu schließen.

Nun ist die Band komplett und wir versuchen in dieser Konstellationjede Gig-Möglichkeit wahrzunehmen die wir können.

 

Website: Facebook

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Loop. with Emma.Nuel & Chivas Legale

- free entry –

musikalisch unterstützt von:

Emma.Nuel & Chivas Legale.

specials:
♠ beer pong
♠ gaming

Das Bierpong Set gibt es an der Bar für fuenf Euro pro Team.

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SAVED w/ Can Celik, Winkler & Chivas Legale

▓ Freitag wird ab- aufgelegt !

✖ Steuerbord:

Can Celik (unknown sequence)
Winkler (we call it love)
Chivas Legale (we call it love)

✖ Backbord:

Ihr !

✔ Vor 00:00 Uhr Eintritt frei!
Danach 3 €

✔ Von 00:00 Uhr bis 01:00 Uhr Shots 1,50 €

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We call it love

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WE CALL IT LOVE Residents and Ice Cream
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YAY es ist Sommer, wir wollen aber nicht nur draußen, wir wollen auch drinnen! Im Keller ist schließlich mehr Schatten als draußen und wir drehen sogar die Lüftung auf 2.

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……………jetzt auf Zusagen klicken und nur 5€ Eintritt zahlen
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Schnappt euch den Flutschfinger eures Vertrauens und schleckt am gratis Eis im Club, steckt Blumen in eure Flechtfrisur und tanzt eure Flip-Flops durch.

Die Poolliegen sind schon alle reserviert aber die Bastrock-Wippgarantie, auf dem Dancefloor, bekommt ihr von den WCIL Residents in Sommerlaune:

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Lichtschutzfaktor Legale
[ https://soundcloud.com/chivaslegale ]
Waikiki Winkler
[ https://soundcloud.com/winklermusic ]
Bermuda Blaer
[ https://soundcloud.com/yannik-blaer ]
und
Eiswürfel Eike
[ https://soundcloud.com/nuelmusic ]

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SAVED – Toto Birthday Special

Unser Verbündeter Toto (Official) von der Besatzung der MS Antanzen feiert mit euch seinen Geburtstag.

✖ Für euch an den Trommeln: (damit die ganze Besatzung im Takt rudert)

Toto (Official) ( Antanzen )
Steffen Hammer ( Connect / Nachteulen )
Emma.Nuel ( We call it love )

✔ Als Special gibt es den Jägermeister Shot die ganze Nacht für 1,50 €

✔ Im Roten Raum baut Toto (Official) anlässlich seines Geburtstages diverse Spiele auf

✔ von 23:00 bis 00:00 Uhr Eintritt frei / danach 3€

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Soliparty: the only good system is a soundsystem 2.0

Liebe Freund*innen ,
Eigentlich ist es solangsam Sommer, doch in Kaltland ist es brauner als im Herbst. Menschenfeindlichkeit wird immer mehr salonfähig.
Für uns ist das nicht hinnehmbar und wir werden uns dem weiterhin entschlossen entgegenstellen. Wir wollen zur Abwechslung mal wieder für etwas antifaschistische Wärme sorgen.
Deshalb laden wir zu einem schönen Abend mit guter Mukke, Drinks und Liebe für Alle ein!

Um Zusammenhalt und Solidarität praktisch werden zu lassen gehen die Einnahmen komplett an unterstützenswerte antifaschistische Strukturen!

lineup:
Ziehwas Legal
Tim Plüchelfleck
& der geheime Otto

Außerdem wird es Obst und Lolies geben
NICE PEOPLE WELCOME!

Wir dulden kein rassistisches, sexistisches, trans/homophobes, faschistisches Verhalten!

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