Gotham Rocks Refuge Showcase at Trash Bar Wednesday July 10th, 2013 Doors 6:45pm $10 at the Door 21 and over Now in its fifth year as New York City’s top rock showcase, GOTHAM ROCKS now welcomes GOTHAM ROCKS REFUGE, a new event focused on providing unsigned bands a sanctuary to perform and build on an already thriving and continuously growing metal scene. GOTHAM ROCKS REFUGE will host its first showcase on Wednesday, July 10th at Trash Bar featuring the unrelenting music of up-and-coming metal acts: DARK MATTER https://www.facebook.com/DarkMatterRocks PROSTITUTION https://www.facebook.com/Prostitution666 UNVEILED https://www.facebook.com/UnveiledNYC DIE A HERO https://www.facebook.com/dieaheromusic VALENCE https://www.facebook.com/valencemusic THE APPARITION https://www.facebook.com/theapparition631 *Open Bar special that night from 8pm to 9pm. Anyone that pays the cover-charge to attend the show can enjoy free PBR and free well-drinks during this hour* https://www.facebook.com/events/137095669822772/ www.gothamrocks.net
A Night of Heavy Metal, Bowling and full frontal male nudity!!!!!!!!!!
Manager: Jesse Adelson
Bio: Prostitution is a Brooklyn, NY based metal power trio. Not subscribing to any specific niche, the three piece prefers to genre surf across the spectrum of heavy music. Comprised of bassist Jesse Adelson, drummer Ben Bloom, and guitarist Russ Cowen, the three agree that if faced with a loaded weap...See Full Bio
Prostitution has a show on 07/10/2013 at 06:30 PM @ Trash Bar in Brooklyn, NY http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/213122826 #concert
“Prostitution followed things up with their in your face mix of thrash, black metal and spazzy prog. They’re only a 3 piece band, but they attack like a herd of Elephants. These guys just bring such a chaotic, yet uplifting energy to their live performances; as you watch them play you’ll catch each one of them smiling as they barrel on across their twisted musical landscape. Watching them play is an enrapturing experience; they make the whole audience come into their world on their terms. It’s like a roller coaster; once you’re strapped in you can’t leave until the ride is over, no matter how much you scream.”