Thu May 31 2018

7:00 PM (Doors 6:30 PM)

Bottom Lounge

1375 W. Lake St Chicago, IL 60607

Ages 17+

Share With Friends

Combichrist, Wednesday 13, Night Club, Prison, Death Valley High

  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.
  • Combichrist

    Alternative Rock

    One of the most popular acts in the electro-industrial related "aggrotech" movement, Combichrist is Norwegian Icon of Coil founder Andy LaPlegua when in the studio, augmented by a revolving cast of musicians for their intense live shows. LaPlegua launched the Atlanta, Georgia-based project in 2003 with the album The Joy of Gunz, released by the German label Out of Line. Two years later, Everybody Hates You became Combichrist's first release on the American label Metropolis. The "Get Your Body Beat" single was purposefully released on July 6, 2006 (6/6/6) and gave the band their first Billboard chart position with six weeks on the magazine's dance chart. The track landed on their 2007 album, What the F**k Is Wrong with You People?, a breakthrough effort which also featured the club hits "Electrohead" and "Deathbed." The year 2008 saw their audience increase thanks to a support slot on Mindless Self Indulgence's tour of the U.S., along with their Frost EP: Sent to Destroy. An appearance on the Underworld: Rise of the Lycans soundtrack, plus a new album, Today We Are All Demons, kicked off 2009. That year, they toured with Wes Borland's Black Light Burns and joined Rammstein for a European jaunt, which led to an opening slot on the German industrial metal band's U.S. tour, including a series of sold-out Madison Square Garden shows. In 2010, they also released the throbbing Making Monsters, which included songs that went on to feature on No Redemption, the soundtrack to the video game Devil May Cry, which was composed by LaPlegua.

    Combichrist's seventh LP, We Love You, was released in 2014. It featured added electronic flourishes reminiscent of dubstep while retaining the hard crunch of their previous releases. Two years later, after announcing their eighth album, LaPlegua performed a solo gig at Complex in Glendale, California. The set list was comprised of rarities and remixes. Later that year, This Is Where Death Begins arrived. Produced by Oumi Kapila (Filter) and LaPlegua, the effort was followed by an extensive tour. In 2017, Combichrist released the single "Broken: United."

  • Wednesday 13

    Wednesday 13

    Heavy Metal

  • Night Club

    Night Club

    Alternative

    Night Club is a dark electronic music duo from Los Angeles, CA that features Emily Kavanaugh and MarkBrooks.

  • Prison

    Prison

    Alternative

    Harsh. Visceral. Unforgiving. The issues that are too taboo to discuss in public are this band's bread and butter. Disarming, unrelenting honesty is the main ingredient in this low-end remedy for whatever ails you. Brewing in the depths of Florida's muck since 2014, the artistic output of Prison has only gathered tenacity and edge with time. With an insatiable aim to bridge the gap between genres, boundaries serve only as walls waiting to be demolished. Above all, Prison is a no-holds-barred, unadulterated barrage of truth that will make your hairs stand on end with each and every line. Alternative metal, nü metal, noise... call it what you may, but at the end of the day, Prison is a beast all its own.

  • Death Valley High

    Death Valley High

    Alternative

    Crafting the perfect soundtrack to a romp in the dark, Northern California’s Death Valley High artfully merges traditional goth magic and modern alternative majesty, co-mingling cinematic rock, new wave, and dance music on their 2016 full-length CVLT [AS FVK] (minusHEAD Records). Now, the boys always incorporated a gothic sensibility, but they fully embrace it on CVLT [AS FVK]. Since the release of 2013’s Positive Euth, Death Valley High logged over two years on the road, touring alongside everybody from Mindless Self Indulgence and ††† (Crosses) to Filter, Orgy, and Vampires Everywhere! That experience left an indelible imprint on the band. Teaming up with producer Ulrich Wild [White Zombie, Deftones], they ignite 12 nocturnal anthems that are impossible to shake and undeniably CVLT [AS FVK].

Combichrist, Wednesday 13, Night Club, Prison, Death Valley High

Thu May 31 2018 7:00 PM

(Doors 6:30 PM)

Bottom Lounge Chicago IL
Combichrist, Wednesday 13, Night Club, Prison, Death Valley High
  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

Ages 17+