Metroschifter Reunites

June 27th, 2005

Metroschifter reunites, will play shows
Metroschifter — early purveyors of Louisville’s contribution to indie rock — have resumed practicing together and plan to play a show in late summer or early fall, according to Scott Ritcher, the band’s singer-guitarist and chief songwriter. Ritcher responded yesterday to a LEO e-mail request to confirm a rumor. Read more from Stephen George at LEO…

Brycc House coming attractions

June 18th, 2005

From Mr. Miller, here’s a list of upcoming events at the new Brick House…. If you like sex and/or zombies, read on…

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Zero Fest

June 16th, 2005

This year’s Zerofest is being planned for Saturday, October 15th from 12 noon until midnight. To avoid some of the problems from previous years, the fest will be held indoors w/ two stages. Drake Hatfield (who is in charge) is looking for more bands to play, and if your band is interested, send a CD (no mp3s or anything) to:
717 Studios
Attn: Zerofest3
717 W Market Street
Louisville, KY 40202

DCR/Straight Laced

June 16th, 2005

Dead City Rejects have recently lost Graham “I can’t get my scooters running” Goff as their drummer. He has been replaced by Chico (formerly of Erchint fame). So don’t be suprised when you see dreadlocks behind the drums instead of boots and braces.
Speaking of boots and braces, Straight Laced is still having Graham play drums as they look for a permanent drummer so G.G. can go back to geetar.

Lords Swords album info

June 13th, 2005

Lords‘ new record, Swords, is coming out on Jade Tree, who has released the following info:

LORDS first album for Jade Tree, combines the “get in the van” urgency of a forgotten era of SST influenced punk rock with an awe-inspiring precision and swagger of late 80’s American thrash metal. LORDS deliver their unique brand of volatile thrash in a blaze of towering riffs, near heretical rants and throttling drums. Swords (JT1107) is a torrid and unrelenting assault that leaves a trail of scorched earth in its path.”

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