/ Dust Angel / Silver Abuse / The Mons
Wednesday, Apr 17, 2013 8:00 PM CDT
(8:00 PM Doors)
- Thursday, Apr 18, 2013 12:00 AM CDT
Ultra Lounge, Chicago, IL
21 years and over
A band that started out to expose the evils of society through punk music, especially the evil ones known as Ronald Reagan, The Religious Right, and the Republicans and Racists. After the band ceased to exist after Reagan left office, the band was reformed with Paul Cripple, Al Pike and Johnny Aztec until the latter two started playing their instruments in a way Dave Insurgent would have never allowed. So other members were asked to join in order to flesh out one last labum about the band's dearly departed singer; Dave "Insuregnt" Rubinstein.
Dust Angel is based in New York and was formed by guitarist Paul Crotona a.k.a. Paul Cripple from Reagan Youth and a very talented singer named Màdàme S†. Béatrice. They wanted to come out with a new sound that brought all their favorite genres together while singing lyrics that would be interesting as well as meaningful.
Silver Abuse was one of the original punk bands in Chicago, forming in 1977. There were various versions of Silver Abuse, but the original version starred lifetime member Bill Meehan, along with Santiago Durango and Camilo Gonzalez, early members of Naked Raygun.
THE MONS (members of Mexican Cheerleader, The Mashers, Lynyrds Innards, and Apocalypse Hoboken)
You are probably wondering, "Who are these dudes and why are they bothering me?" If you know about Mexican Cheerleader, The Mashers, Lynyrd's Innards, Apocalypse Hoboken and countless other offshoots, chances are pretty good these are dudes you know. 5 dudes to be exact. 5 very good looking dudes.