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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
Mike-O the Psycho, bassist of seminal East Bay Punx band Filth has recently been diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of prostate cancer and needs help generating funds for immediate treatment. If you know Mike or just know his music and feel like what he did for you deserves a little give back, come on down and show your love. LOWER CLASS BRATS, KRUM BUMS, BURIED CITIES, KRIGBLAST, UNTD SNKS and DEADLY REIGN will all be on hand to up the punx. If you can't make it and still wanna help out, this is the link for his fundraiser: http://www.gofundme.com/5ctmbc Please share it! See ya in the pit.
Sounds Like: Rancid, Avail, The Bronx, None More Black, Hot Water Music
Bio: Buried Cities, originally known as Revenants was formed in January 2010 by lead vocalist/guitar player Dylan Karn and former lead vocalist Allen Idle (HoboMouth). On the dawn of the new year amidst the chaos in both of their lives, the two decided they should form a band together and quickly bega...See Full Bio
: Buried Cities has a show on 12/22/2014 at 08:00 PM @ Sweetwater in Austin, TX http://t.co/nxCoIudWG7 #concert
“Hailing from Austin, Texas, Buried Cities are a no nonsense punk rock band in the vein of Rancid, Hot Water Music, H20 and the Distillers. Although they may well wear their collective influences proud on their sleeves, they do inject enough of their own Texan flavour in their self titled debut album to make them stand out from the rest of the crowd. ‘The Return’ is the first proper introduction to what Buried Cities are all about, immediately following the opening instrumental intro track, ‘The Return’ starts off with a unrelenting bang, the one, two punch of the raspier punk vocals and the much more hardcore sounding backing vocals also serve to give the song an extra edge. ‘Worth the Fight’ and ‘B.T.C’ are more straight up punk tunes, although it is tracks such as ‘Built to Fall’ and ‘Dark Paths’ where the band truly comes in to their own. Both tracks display some fine song writing, as well as containing some mean hooks and I can imagine both being fan favor”