Welcome to another Halloween edition of This One Goes to Eleven, where we’ll be more or less doing the same thing we do, week-in, week-out from January to January. But hey, if that’s what got you in the door today, that’s cool with me. Let the (sonic) terrors reign.
Halloween would not be Halloween without GWAR, and Brooklyn was lucky enough to have the Richmond band perform a free blood-drenched show at House of Vans on Saturday. Playing into the angst of the 2016 political season, the show featured a cage-match between a costumed Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump – neither of them fared […]
Happy Friday the 13th, everyone. Let us celebrate in style.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I want start this week by extending immense gratitude to everyone who came out to see Occultation, Kosmodemonic, Mountain God, and Think Tank tear Palisades a new orifice on Friday night. If you couldn’t make it, no worries, there will be more This One Goes To Eleven showcases to come, […]
Hello and welcome to This One Goes To Eleven loyal pawns, hooded torch-bearers, fallen apostles, and mildly curious passerby. It needn’t take a hot-air balloon diatribe on the recent explosion of extreme music into the indie-verse for you to quickly glean why we are here. The reason is simple and the purpose is clear: We […]
Check it out this Saturday May 3rd and pick up some art: MF Gallery is having a special memorial art show dedicated to our good friend Dave Brockie, a.k.a. Oderus Urungus of the band GWAR, who passed away suddenly in March 2014. Dave was prolific in many different visual mediums and he collaborated often with […]
Well this really sucks. Having grown up in Richmond, I’ll always have a fondness in my heart for GWAR. John Campbell of Lamb of God sums it up nicely: “a new statue on Monument Avenue is in order.” RIP Oderus Urungus. From Style Weekly: The founder and lead singer of renowned metal band Gwar, David Brockie, […]
GWAR covers Kansas