Sanction - 15 mars,2019 // Bar Le Ritz PDB

Sun. Mar 15, 2020 at 7:00pm EDT
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15 mars,2019


Sanction


SeeYouSpaceCowboy


Vamachara


Typecaste


Crow Killer 


@ Bar Le Ritz PDB


179 Jean Talon Ouest.


19h00


$18.00 plus f.s. en avance // $20.00 plus f.s. à la porte

SeeYouSpaceCowboy

SeeYouSpaceCowboy (stylized as SeeYouSpaceCowboy) are an American hardcore punk band formed in San Diego in 2016. It was founded by guitarist Jesse Price, vocalist Connie Sgarbossa, Drummer Ethan Sgarbossa and guitarist Taylor Allen. Their name is taken from a phrase shown on many of the end cards of the 1998 anime Cowboy Bebop.

Vamachara

Founded in the Summer Of 2013

Demo Released February 2014

Lapse out soon on Melotov Records and Cold Hand Records.

Booking: VamacharaHC@gmail.com

Typecaste

TYPECASTE is a five-piece metallic hardcore outfit formed in 2017. With members hailing from the hardcore scenes of both Boston and Long Island, the band has a firm foundation in the impactful and aggressive hardcore local to those regions, with an added dose of pummeling 90s alt-metal intensity that elevates their music into hitherto uncharted territory. The band features members of Rain of Salvation, Soul Provider, and Hell of Self, and has toured alongside the most prominent acts in contemporary metalcore, such as Vein, Jesus Piece, and Tourniquet.

After releasing a demo in 2017 and the EP Creature of Habit in 2018, TYPECASTE return with their most transcendent work to date — Between Life, due out on Flatspot Records in 2020. Beyond Life is a four-track EP that tows the line between hardcore and metalcore so creatively that simple genre tags are inadequate to describe their sound. These newest tracks are perhaps more influenced by Crowbar, Nothingface, and Deftones than Hatebreed with their massive production, thoughtful lyrics, and anthemic clean vocals; yet somehow, TYPECASTE never loses their punk perspective and traditional hardcore aggression, and blend the two styles with an ease and confidence that is rare in any band, let alone such a young one.

Crow Killer

In the late 90’s and early 00’s the spirit of hardcore was embodied by the themes of sincerity, compassion, activism, awareness, and soul searching. The message of the music was just as important to those creating the music as it was to those listening…oftentimes more so. As time went on, there was a shift away from this way of thinking. Enter Crow Killer from Salt Lake City. While they may be a new entity, Crow Killer serves as conduit for its tenured members with a sound and ideology dating back years. Becoming An Object of Fear serves as an outlet for dealing with the highs and lows that the world has to offer and how to cope with not only these events, but also the feelings that are associated.

Becoming An Object of Fear presents five compositions of stomping metal-tinged hardcore alongside exposed, heartrending lyrics. These songs see Crow Killer matching buzzsaw riffs provided by guitarists Tyler Rhodes and Josh Nemcek with a thundering rhythm section of Elliot McDaniel (bass) and Michael Collins (drums) that recall Obituary at their heaviest. Carefully juxtaposed between the pummeling breakdowns are slow-churning builds and intermittent intervals of calm. Vocalist Blake Foard delivers forth a message of enduring life and all that it throws at you:

“I feel nothing but depression and anxiety / Will these feelings ever go away? / Life wasn't meant to be this way / I'm stuck in this dark hole / Scratching and clawing to get out.”

Foard shifts between a Arkangel-esque screams, the heavy bellowing of Martyr AD, and spoken-word moments that recall the best of mid-90’s and early 00’s metallic hardcore (think New Age Records and Indecision Records catalogs). Everything fuses perfectly on Becoming An Object of Fear, with Crow Killer sounding as though they’ve just escaped from a time capsule buried two decades prior.

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Bar Le "Ritz" PDB 179 Rue Jean-Talon Ouest
Montreal, QC H2R 2X2