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Fog Fest 4/20/2014 featuring Lasers and Fast and S**t / Child Bite / Pink Eyes / Crime and Capital [Lamont & Chaleff]
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Fog Fest 4/20/2014 featuring Lasers and Fast and S**t / Child Bite / Pink Eyes / Crime and Capital [Lamont & Chaleff]

Fog Fest 4/20/2014 Lasers and Fast and S**t Child Bite Pink Eyes Crime and Capital [Lamont & Chaleff]

Sunday, Apr 20, 2014 8:00 PM CDT 2014-04-20T20:00
, Chicago, IL
21 years and over

8.0 8.0
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Things are going to get a little hazy tonight, and you can expect to leave feeling a little foggy in the noggin. It's FOG FEST 4/20/14, a musical event of epic proportion. LASERS AND FAST AND SHIT play an engaging mixture of punk abandon with a healthy dose of stoner metal's nodding and self-knowing winks. Live, the band is a force to be reckoned with, and you should absolutely expect lasers, smoke, no shit, and, in the words of Tiny Grooves, “one hell of a propulsive fiery art damaged punk sound.” CHILD BITE, a gnarly powerhouse from Detroit, is sure to tickle your fancy, especially if you fancy getting knocked in the face by a face-melting, neo-industrial-noise-rocked quartet. Featuring the genre-defiance of DEVO but with signature doo-wopping-human-Theremin vocals, CHILD BITE return to the Bottle for the first time in 15 months. These aggressively playful (or is it playfully aggressive?) lads put the "ram" in rambunctious and their angular, brain-bashing attack will surely knock you on your ass. Formed by old Philly expats, PINK EYES is a Chicago-based punk band who plays music that sounds and feels good to them, a noble enterprise if ever there was one. We'd call PINK EYES' sound a melodic hybrid of hardcore, punk, garage and metal, but that's just us. Opening the stoner fest is CRIME AND CAPITAL, a rare duo set by BLOODIEST's BRUCE LAMONT and ERIC CHALEFF.

(Tiny Mix Tapes)