Nekromantix Doors open at 8:00PM. Theticket prices includes a 10% Live Entertainment Tax as assessed by the state of Nevada. ONLY the card holder with photo ID and the credit card used for purchase can pick up tickets. Non-professional cameras allowed, no detachable lenses. No audio/video recorders or tablets are allowed. Customers accept all customary risks associated with live entertainment.Due to security requirements, backpacks, wallet chains, spiked accessories, and bags/purses larger than 8.5" x 11" will not be allowed in the venue. Vinyl is a non-smoking venue. Electronic smoking devices are not allowed.
Join us at SNAKEBEARD'S HOWLIN WINTER BASH on Friday, December 28, 2012 at Rookies Sports Grill & Bar in Sioux Falls for the return of Snakebeard Jackson, along with fantastic openers The Sewer Rats and New Moon Shine. Guaranteed to be a good time....might want to dust off those dancin' shoes!!
The Sewer Rats performing 3 hours of acoustic ratsy rock and roll at Icon Lounge. $2 PBRs all night long! Invite your friends!
Captain Eleven / Roman Ships / The Sewer Rats
Sounds Like: The Black Angels, the GROWLERS, Tom Waits, Dead Meadow (Official), Brian Jonestown Massacre
In an age of gimmicks and here today/gone tomorrow artists, The Sewer Rats set themselves apart, blending genres by focusing on good songwriting and original instrumentation. They have self released two full length albums entitled, "Save Yourself " in 2009 and "1881" in 2011.
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“Before the last decade shut its door, THE SEWER RATS dropped the dynamite album "Save Yourself" Influenced by the gritty grace of Tom Waits and the deep, but very different blues sounds of Robert Johnson and Canned Heat. The Nissens sound can rival any major label group all day long. The opening cut "If I Care" brings fourth images of a crazy, yet fun carnival where burdens are few but heavy. If you have not heard this band yet, let me suggest track 5, "Drunkards Blues". The sound is precise, and the blues laden grooves and words dare to be resistant. The echoing sizzle that is the title track that leaves you hopeful for the future with lines like "I will never tell you why, I will meet you in the sky". The closing track "When the Reaper Comes" slowly creeps along like any finally should by asking "what and why" when at deaths dark door.”