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Lords of Acid

March 7 @ 8:00 pm - 11:30 pm

$32.50
Lords of Acid @Botom Lounge Thursday, March 7, 2019

Lords of Acid
Orgy
Genitorturers
Little Miss Nasty
Gabriel and the Apocalypse

@Bottom Lounge
Thursday, March 7
Show = 8:00 pm
Doors = 7:00 pm
Ages = 17+
Ticket starting price = $32.50

Lords of Acid

From his first single, “I Sit On Acid”, released in 1988, to the present, Belgium’s Praga Khan remains one of the most innovative acid house musicians in circulation. Thanks to extensive experimentation with drugs, Crowley-ian sex magic, and esoteric paths of self-deprivation and mutilation known only to himself, this orgiastic orchestrator created the LORDS OF ACID to further encapsulate the seductive messages and raw sex of his ever-evolving musical vision. From the raw carnality of their 1991 release “Lust”, to the electro-thrash of 2012’s “Deep Chills” Lords of Acid has re-defined the pure pleasures of drugs, hedonism, and deviant sex for nearly three decades! Now, despite numerous lineup changes, world tours, over 2.5 million album sales, and every possible point of crisis and conflict a band can face, Lords of Acid is returning to the unsuspecting again, this time with a new crew of deviants, dilettantes, and sonically transmitted diseases. Praise The Lords, Misbehave! (Source)

Orgy

ORGY emerged in the Goth music scene in 1998 with their incredible remake of ‘Blue Monday’. The track sold over 1 million copies and built a worldwide audience for the brand. In late 2005, after the release of the D1 Music and Associates Punk Statik Paranoia PSP and their D1 Music /DLC Records Independent “TRANS GLOBAL SPECTACLE” DVD promotional tour the band went on a hiatus to work on their side projects. (Source)

Genitorturers

Renowned for their status as agents provocateur of the underground hard rock and industrial metal scenes, the latex defining and pop-culture defying Genitorturers return with the Nov. 3, 2009 release of Blackheart Revolution [G-Force/MVD Entertainment].

A product of Orlando, Florida’s musical underbelly, what Genitorturers lack in wholesome family fun, they make up for in their celebration of the unspeakable, embracing and exploring our conservative culture’s taboos. They caught the ear (and eye) of legendary music industry magnate Miles Copeland, who signed the band to their first deal on his I.R.S. label, where they joined the ranks of fellow Copeland signings Gary Numan, The Go-Gos and R.E.M. (Source)

Little Miss Nasty

Badass Babes. Rock & Roll Burlesque For The 21st Century. High energy live dance show. The New Definition of Burlesque. (Source)

Gabriel and the Apocalypse

” Imagine a band that can harness a sound as powerful as “NIN”, bring the chaos of a “Manson” show, and wrap it all up like a neat little package of controlled excitement that you will find at “Zombie” show. If Gabriel and the Apocalypse get anywhere near you, beg, borrow or “turn tricks” to get there. You’ll thank us!” -Real Rock Nights

“This band is completely irreproachable and is one of the very few acts that I could not find any fault with, either in their music or stage performance. Musically they are full-tilt industrial metal. Visually they are the complete embodiment of everything great about every band who has ever left blood on a stage. Vocalist Lindy Gabriel has a voice capable of switching between a number of styles. From oozing with sultry jazz—most notably during their set-ender “Zero And Zero”—to ripping off your face with an intense scream, on the turn of a dime, and all done while owning her part of the stage with her intense stage presence and use of a mic-stand wrapped in a white feather boa. On stage right, guitarist Joey Connelly and bassist JACE caused me great concern by throwing themselves completely into their art; they were on the brink of utter chaos … I felt that they would be dead before the end of their set. On the opposite side of the bandstand was guitarist Jake LaCore holding his own among the insanity, and the most insane keyboardist I have ever seen live: Figgles McGee, who was dressed as if the cop from The Village People had gotten possessed by the demon from The Exorcist. He, and his keytar, were incredibly difficult to not keep your eyes on. Even drummer Zach Williams was thoroughly entertaining behind the kit. The one thing that was also pretty clear: many of their movements, gestures, bravado, all dripped with sex. As carnal as their visuals were, their sound was there to match. “Until We Dream” may have been the perfect opener to set the stage, but it was “Beauty Under Glass” that was so violent in its presentation and tone, it nearly knocked me on my ass. The only disappointment I had in this band, was when they left the stage”. -Echoing Music News

“Gabriel and the Apocalypse… this was one of the most interesting sets I have seen on stage in a long time. They have a way of taking sex and metal and infusing it into a live performance that leaves you somewhere between very turned on and very terrified. If they ever remake “A Clockwork Orange” this band would fit perfectly into a concert scene. I could not stop watching this band. I was captivated by the songs, the stage show, and well the whole damn band”. -Tattoo.com

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