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Last Saturday saw Xerxes, Damaged Goods, Another Mistake, Late Ones, All Dead, and Stabler take the stage at Haymarket Whiskey as part of a benefit show for the Center for Women and Families. Check out some photos from the show at the link below:
Give and Take//Ghost Key Summer Tour 2013
2510 Plantside Drive
Louisville, KY 40299
With Local Support From:
Youth At Heart
For The Birds
At the Mag Bar on Sunday night:
Come out for awesome music and a chance for a film cameo. Doors open at 9 and show begins at 10. 21 and up.
Opening for The Revenants is DoppelHammer. The doom metal band has been created for the film “The Fated Assemblage of Dr. Malvagio” and as such, the first portion of the show is designed to capture crowd shots for the film. While DoppelHammer may be, on the surface level, “fictitious,” its members are assembled from various local bands (Josh Spriggs, Matt Brown, Jared Manning, Vincent Castellano ) with Ultra Pulverize’s Andrew Vititoe on vocals.
Filming will continue through The Revenants show. The show will be filmed to capture footage that will be used in promotional videos for the band’s new, upcoming album “Black Horizons.” All the album’s new tracks will be performed at the show. While the new album won’t be available yet at the show, all previous merch will be on sale for $5.00. Footage will also be used in the aforementioned film, as the band will be appearing as a special musical guest within it.
It’ll be a killer night!
As you may have heard either from the news or this town’s blazing rumor mill, the Mag Bar recently had a car drive straight through the front door, ripping up the place and injuring several people. And that’s not the first time that had happened either. To help put humpty dumpty back together again, more than a few regulars and friends are helping out with a benefit show on July 20th at 8pm. Entry will cost you $10, and this will be 21+ at the Mag Bar on 2nd/Magnolia in Old Louisville.