A Place To Bury Strangers, Bleeding Rainbow, Glass Cities

Thu Nov 15 2012

9:00 PM (Doors 8:00 PM)

Beachland Ballroom

15711 Waterloo Road Cleveland, OH 44110

$12.00

All Ages

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Kevin Saves & Matt Rolin
DJ before show & between sets


While Red Fang’s riffs clobber the Tavern, we’ll have noiseniks A Place To Bury Strangers blasting the Ballroom with jams to please both “the kids” and oldsters who remember days of bygone CLE clubs like The Nine of Clubs and Alter House. To say that APBS is influenced by bands like Jesus and Mary Chain, Sisters of Mercy, and Bauhaus is an understatement; however, they do so without the bondage gear and eyeliner (we think). Admittedly, these guys do the sexy wall-of-sound thing pretty well. If you’re not feeling the dudetastic Red Fang show tonight, come see these guys for a dose of high-voltage erotica. Philly shoegazers Bleeding Rainbow (formerly Reading Rainbow) and Cleveland’s very own Glass Cities. They sound like Pavement, if Brian Wilson (of the Beach Boys, not the SF Giants) sang for them. Glass Cities’ Matt Rolin and Music Saves’ Kevin will play their fave tunes before and after this show.

Beachland Ballroom
A Place To Bury Strangers
Bleeding Rainbow, Glass Cities

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  • A Place To Bury Strangers

    A Place To Bury Strangers

    Alternative Rock

    A Place To Bury Strangers have often been called "the loudest band in New York". This may very well be the case, but unlike much so-called "loud" rock and roll that's out there, APTBS is not loud simply for the sake of it. The sonically overdriven sound they've accomplished is no clumsy accident, but a carefully cultivated and well-maintained entity all its own, fostered by an unbridled passion that's clearly evident in every live show they play and each recording they make. A Place To Bury Strangers does not so much play songs as allow them to pour out. They are songs about longing, heartbreak and confusion played extremely well and at a passionately loud volume.

Beachland Ballroom

A Place To Bury Strangers
Bleeding Rainbow, Glass Cities

Thu Nov 15 2012 9:00 PM

(Doors 8:00 PM)

Beachland Ballroom Cleveland OH
A Place To Bury Strangers, Bleeding Rainbow, Glass Cities
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$12.00 All Ages

Kevin Saves & Matt Rolin
DJ before show & between sets


While Red Fang’s riffs clobber the Tavern, we’ll have noiseniks A Place To Bury Strangers blasting the Ballroom with jams to please both “the kids” and oldsters who remember days of bygone CLE clubs like The Nine of Clubs and Alter House. To say that APBS is influenced by bands like Jesus and Mary Chain, Sisters of Mercy, and Bauhaus is an understatement; however, they do so without the bondage gear and eyeliner (we think). Admittedly, these guys do the sexy wall-of-sound thing pretty well. If you’re not feeling the dudetastic Red Fang show tonight, come see these guys for a dose of high-voltage erotica. Philly shoegazers Bleeding Rainbow (formerly Reading Rainbow) and Cleveland’s very own Glass Cities. They sound like Pavement, if Brian Wilson (of the Beach Boys, not the SF Giants) sang for them. Glass Cities’ Matt Rolin and Music Saves’ Kevin will play their fave tunes before and after this show.

A Place To Bury Strangers

A Place To Bury Strangers

Alternative Rock

A Place To Bury Strangers have often been called "the loudest band in New York". This may very well be the case, but unlike much so-called "loud" rock and roll that's out there, APTBS is not loud simply for the sake of it. The sonically overdriven sound they've accomplished is no clumsy accident, but a carefully cultivated and well-maintained entity all its own, fostered by an unbridled passion that's clearly evident in every live show they play and each recording they make. A Place To Bury Strangers does not so much play songs as allow them to pour out. They are songs about longing, heartbreak and confusion played extremely well and at a passionately loud volume.