Killer Moon (record release) / Creepy Band / Alma Negra
Monday, May 14, 2012 9:30 PM CDT
Empty Bottle, Chicago, IL
21 years and over
For tonight’s FREE Monday, we welcome back three Bottle favorites, two of whom are celebrating the release of new records with us here. Weavers of psych, acid and stoner rock, KILLER MOON join us tonight celebrating the release of their new LP, Tunnel Vision, recorded at Engine Studios with producer and musical wizard SANFORD PARKER. Exhibiting deep mellow grooves with just a touch of bluesy psychedelic overtones, the trio brings the heavy with lingering guitar solos and haunting vocals and delivers the trippy with their trance-inducing atmospherics. CREEPY BAND return bringing the haunted carnival punk found on their first release, Songs to Kill Yourself To, an effort that mixes a punk ethos with gleefully demented vocals, wielding a flair for both the theatrical and the macabre. Featuring screamale vocals, dueling guitars and Moog synths creating their own take on metal-psych-punk, ALMA NEGRA has been called “the ultimate marriage of local garage and metal” by the Reader. The newish quartet is comprised of past and current members of BLASTED DIPLOMATS, NONES, TELENOVA and YAKUZA to name just a few and we’re bracing for the heaviness tonight.