ANARCHO CRUSTSTOCK!!!!!!!!! FEATURING: SATURDAY JUNE 22, 2013 PHOBIA ISKRA BLOODY PHOENIX DRESDEN PYROKLAST THE PARISH PANTHER COACCION BURNING SONS HIDING INSIDE VICTIMS VINDICTIVE REALITY LOST WITHER AND ROT SUNDAY JUNE 23, 2013 SKARP WARTORN DISASTER STRIKES BIO-CRISIS DESTROYED IN SECONDS ARMISTICE TEMPLE OF DAGON SOCIALIZED CRUCIFIXION FUCKTARD NOMADS INHUMANE NATURE HUMACHINE DOOMED SPECIES IDOLS PLAGUE LINEUP IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND IS TENTATIVE* BANDS START AT 430PM BOTH DAYS! THERE WILL BE VENDORS, BOWLING, VEGAN FOOD, AND MORE!!! ALL AGES!!!!! LA HABRA 300 BOWL 370 E WHITTIER BLVD LA HABRA CA 90631 RESPECT THE SPACE AND THE DIY COMMUNITY! CHEERS!
$10 Two-Show Package Available Here: http://www.etix.com/ticket/online/packageSearch.jsp?package_id=10232 Remember the show you used to go to every weekend during the summer when you were 16? It was at the VFW, or the rec center, or in the basement of the church down the street. There were always 5 or 10 or 20 bands playing, and all of them were awesome. Most weren’t even from your city, because school was out, and everyone with a van was on tour. That show still happens, even though you’re 15 years older, and the dudes running the rec center have figured out Satan’s behind all those metal bands. The Gusto’s Andy Roemer and Direct Hit’s Nick Woods are putting it on at The Majestic Theater, July 14 - Two bills, eight bands, all in one night. Check it out…. EARLY SHOW: Saturday, July 14 - Doors at 7PM WHISKY PIG + PYROKLAST + BREAK THE CYCLE + THE MOGULS $7 Cover // $10 for BOTH SHOWS // All Ages http://www.majesticmadison.com/index.php/calendar/detail/punk_rock_double_header_early_show_071412 LATE SHOW: Saturday, July 14 - Doors at 10PM THE DOPAMINES + DIRECT HIT LIPSTICK HOMICIDE + MASKED INTRUDER $7 Cover // $10 for BOTH SHOWS // All Ages http://www.majesticmadison.com/index.php/calendar/detail/punk_rock_double_header_late_show_071412
“Under the leadership of local punk veterans Tim Offensive and Nick Stix, Pyroklast has flame-thrown its dirtball hardcore across the Isthmus, while also spreading some of its fire to help ignite Madison’s underground punk-show circuit. Additionally, Offensive has launched his own record label, Offensive Media—its most recent release is a split LP between Pyroklast and its fellow Sconnie pulverizers, Wartorn (from Appleton). The mighty quintet recently returned to Madison from a tour of the East Coast, just in time to prepare for an opening slot with the legendary D.R.I. at the High Noon Saloon on Nov. 20. In anticipation, The A.V. Club sits down with vocalist Offensive, drummer Stix, bassist Anthony Moraga, and guitarists Jeremy Zumm and (A)Brandon All Hope to discuss politics, leg locks, and why Pyroklast is not a crust-punk band.”