The Devil Himself and Who's Holdin' return to Don Q's.
The Return Of The Devil: the Devil Himself returns to the stage from a year long self imposed hibernation. Rebuilt, refreshed and ready to unleash the fury of melodic aggression that is tDH. Along with our friends and special guests Dimidium of Morgan Hill, we will be rocking Coasters Boardwalk bowl May 10th. 21+ $6 Door 9pm
May the Fourth be with you... Who's Holdin', the Billy Krystals and the Devil Himself - 21+ $5 This will be the last show with our dear friend and awesome drummer Jason Goldberg. Help us to celebrate the goodtimes and send him off with a show for the memory bank. Special Guest performers and a special prize for the one who is labeled best dressed, as their favorite Star Wars character of course. Winner will be judged by tDH and crowd response. I assure you, if you are currently or have ever been a fan of tDH music, this is not the show to miss.
10th Annual Festival of Fools
Danimal - vocs / guitar
Jason - drums
Jared - bass
Sounds Like: Tool, Nirvana, Opeth, Chevelle, Deftones
Bio: It begins with a low rumble, almost immediately discountable as nothing more than distant thunder. A trembling vibration which builds, akin to that which must have accompanied Dante in his explorations of the many levels of Hell. It grows, adding layer upon layer of sonic menace, building, surgin...See Full Bio
“Five years ago, The Devil Himself got its start while playing cards. “We got formed around a poker table,” recalls guitarist/singer Dave Christensen. “We all used to play and it kept coming up in conversation that we all played different instruments. We kept saying we should jam, but our lives wouldn’t allow it. Finally it came together and we haven’t stopped playing since.” Flash forward to today, and the Santa Cruz-based alternative metal band—also featuring guitarist Dan Burnham, drummer Jason Goldberg, and bass guitarist Austin Wilhoit—has just released its fifth album and third EP, Speak No Evil, on Oct. 1, 2011. The record is the final segment in a three-part series, also featuring See No Evil and Hear No Evil, that sounds like a thundering bastard child of Tool, with electric surges and hauntingly heavy vocals that mirror a grittier Chevelle. Frequently packing local venues with head-banging moshers....”