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The nineteenth Hole presents "SYSTEM FAILURE" one night of industrial rock/metal featuring: Designed in Kaos, Erase the Virus, Bind Torture Kill, and Versus Our Master. 202 sawdust rd, the woodlands tx DOORS OPEN AT 8 $10 for 21 and up $15 for 18 to 21.
Industrial Fest 4.0
Project Awareness and The Badlands present the second annual Autism Awareness Benefit! Featuring : BIND.TORTURE.KILL https://www.facebook.com/BTKIndustrial Skyacre https://www.facebook.com/SkyAcre Destructive Guerrilla Force https://www.facebook.com/dgfatx?fref=ts Buried Cities https://www.facebook.com/BuriedCities Johnny Pabst https://www.facebook.com/Passthepabst We are also having a raffle throughout the night, with some pretty amazing prizes! $1 ticket buys a chance at winning a signed Deadhorse vinyl, signed H2O vinyl, signed Toasters vinyl, artwork by Tim Kerr, Gary Floyd, Vance Kelly, and Wiley Ross, plus more! All Ages $10 All proceeds donated to local Austin autism charities! Doors at 7pm
Sounds Like: Velvet Acid Christ Official, God Module, Agonoize, Tactical Sekt, Leaether Strip
Label: Beyond Therapy Records
Manager: Ben Vanlier
Bio: BTK incorporates the talents of four performers that, due to their deranged and maniacal desires, assembles together to engage the masses with hard hitting Industrial audio hatred.
Kreep unleashes his inner demons by producing viciously melodic and satanically symphonic synths, beats, and vocals...See Full Bio
: BIND.TORTURE.KILL has a show on 03/21/2015 at 08:00 PM @ 19th Hole in Woodlands, TX http://t.co/xDj4NVTlV5 #concert
“First of all, I'll sympathise with any of you who look at this act and immediately assume they're a Suicide Commando rip-off. The name actually refers to the BTK Killer Dennis Rader, and the acts influences are more akin to Leaether Strip and Skinny Puppy than anything else. Interestingly, they do play "Terror EBM", and for those looking for a gap in the gore-soaked walls that Dawn of Ashes once fortified, this San Antonio based act may well do that. Trioxin (Vocals and Synth) and Spook (Sequences/Synth) have (since their 2007 inception) acquired the talents of Kreep (Programming, Synths, Backing Vocals; also Artwork for Code:Red Core's "Fallen Angel EP") and their newer material is said to be totally different. This six track CD is a promotional showcase for a band, who haven't really released anything to the general public except the compilation tracks "El Cucuy" (From "Don't Mess with Industrial") and "A Madman's Lullaby" (From Synthetic Rage Vol.1 , and this release). ”