Genre Archives: Metal/Hardcore

NAILS

Take Warning Presents:
NAILS with Toxic Holocaust + Gatecreeper

7pm doors || $15 advance || All ages, bar with ID

Please note:
Online ticket sales end one hour prior to show.
All ticket sales are nonrefundable & nonexchangeable.

ADA seating requests:
Purchase tickets & email info@neumos.com.
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Biography:
Little is known about extreme sonic terrorists Nails (and that’s the way they like it) save that the trio hail from Southern California and consists of vocalist/guitarist Todd Jones (ex-Terror, Betrayed, Carry On, Snake Eyes, Internal Affairs), bassist John Gianelli, and drummer Taylor Young, and that their music takes hardcore to its illogically extreme conclusion (beyond grindcore, crustcore, etc.). So limited is the band’s appeal, in fact, that their first two albums (if you can call them that, seeing as their ultra-brief songs add up to a mere 15 minutes in length), 2009’s Obscene Humanity EP and 2010’s Unsilent Death, were both issued in limited runs of 1,000 copies, before the latter gained wider distribution through a Southern Lord reissue. A second proper album, the hyper-intense and ultra-compact Abandon All Life, arrived on the label in 2013. The trio returned with their slightly longer yet just as intense third album, You Will Never Be One of Us in 2016, after signing a new deal with Nuclear Blast.

Deafheaven

Neumos & KISW Present:
Deafheaven with This Will Destroy You + Emma Ruth Rundle

8pm doors || $20 advance || All ages, bar with ID

Please note:
Online ticket sales end one hour prior to show.
All ticket sales are nonrefundable & nonexchangeable.

ADA seating requests:
Purchase tickets & email info@neumos.com.
Please include the show date & a description of your needs.

Biography:
Deafheaven is a California-based act that has garnered acclaim for their signature hybrid sound of black metal, shoegaze, and post-rock. On October 2 the band will release their next album New Bermuda on ANTI-.

Formed in 2010 in San Francisco, California, the band has released two studio albums on Deathwish; Roads to Judah in 2011 and their lauded Sunbather in 2013. Sunbather received accolades from NPR on their Favorite Albums of 2013 list, a coveted Best New Music at Pitchfork, the Best Metal Album of 2013 per Rolling Stone, a 9/10 star review from Decibel Magazine, and it was the highest rated album of 2013 according to Metacritic. Deafheaven have spent the last two years touring extensively nationally and around the world with shows in Australia, Japan, Asia, Europe, Russia, the UK, and Canada with festival appearances at Pitchfork, Bonnaroo, Primavera, Roskilde, Fun Fun Fun, FYF Fest, SXSW, Basilica Sound Scape 14, Corona Capital, ATP Iceland, amongst others.
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