Fri, May 13|
GUEST SPOT: PsyOp, Cold Feet, Meth Rats, & Consumer Culture
Guest event! Friday the 13th punk show featuring bands from Baltimore, DC, and New York.
Time & Location
May 13, 8:00 PM
Le Mondo, 406 N Howard St, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA
About The Event
Guest music show! This Friday the 13th, come out for a punk show featuring bands from Baltimore, DC, and New York!
Doors at 7PM
Show at 7:30PM
Tickets: $10 (Online or Cash at Door)
More about the bands you'll see:
Meth Rats are Baltimore’s newest hitmakers. At least they should be. Their debut full-length, (and I use the term “full length” loosely), Ultimate Culprit, is a refreshing 15 minute blast of hardcore. It’s 12 tracks of throat shredding vocals, ripping riffs and pummeling rhythms. The band is young, but the individual members, not so much. Their combined experience makes for a focused, angry batch of songs. (From thatsgoodenoughforme.com)
John Waters once said, "The only thing I wanna be is a negative role model for a whole new generation of bored youth." Well, perhaps Baltimore's Cold Feet were the generation that picked up on those sage words, and have crafted their own trashy, hardcore punk anthems on "Punk Entity".
Following a promising debut 7" EP and several cassette releases, we find Cold Feet at the height of their game with eight completely scorching tracks. Caught somewhere in the crosshairs of the early 80's USHC craze, like the odd New Englander cousin who caught as much X-Claim! as Mutha Records bands - Cold Feet harness the power of "Get It Away" era SSD, steal the reckless abandon of the first couple N.O.T.A. 7"s, and indulge the bohemian sense of humor that Adrenalin O.D. rocked. These guys are complete underdogs, the secretly smart idiots that allow their guitar player to be Jim Lahey for a Halloween gig and still completely blow the place apart. Cold Feet are here to show ya that they're one of the most true-to-form hardcore bands of contempo HC punk and hammer the point home with "Punk Entity".
PsyOp originated from the poems and lyrics of lead vocalist Daniel K. They were scribbled down in tattered notebooks in bus stations and suboxone clinics, in the alleys between skyscrapers and the rooftops of suburban houses.
In 2019 he linked up with Henry from grind powerhouse No Mas and multi-instrumentalist producer Dag'Nabbit, who were working on a demo track. K took out that tattered notebook, snatched up the mic and belted into it like it was hell personified. The track was promising, and Dag passed it on to Seth, an old head steeped in the punk scene. He dug it, and was willing to give K a shot. Joined together by K's scouring vocals and piercing lyrics, Howl from the Void is a breathless display of alienation, paranoia, and outrage towards a self and a world skewed, fractured, and blown off course. PsyOp today is performing new and old material with a novel lineup of drunkards and bastards out of DC.
Baltimore Punks. Consumer Culture breaks legs sometimes.
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