Somethin' Divine

Somethin' Divine

Thirty Silver, Dead Harrison, Reality Machine

Thu, July 6, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm



This event is 21 and over

Somethin' Divine
Somethin' Divine
Thirty Silver
Formed in 2014, Boston’s Thirty Silver combines thundering drums, scorching, sludgy guitars, and a primal howl to create their own brand of punk and metal-infused rock n’ roll. Blending the White Stripes and Black Sabbath with a dash of Zeppelin, the duo of Drew Smith (guitar/vocals) and Joe Z(drums) live by a DIY ethos, booking their own tours and forming their own label, Tux Cat Records, to release music without compromise. In 2015 the band fired its opening shot, an instrumental single, “Dark and Sinister Man, Have at Thee!”, recorded live at WMFO in Tufts, followed quickly by a five song EP, “Lost Saints”, in early 2016. The band has toured the country several times, ranging throughout the East Coast and the Midwest.
Dead Harrison
Dead Harrison is a doom rock trio from Nashua, New Hampshire. The band consists of Drae - lead vox/drums, Shawn - guitar/vox, and Jason - bass/vox. The music is dark and emotive, with melodic, down tempo grooves, yet a high-energy performance. The creative direction of the band reflects the stylistic elements of classic horror, and the gothic sub-genre. with a futuristic tinge of the post-apocolyptic The art and music thoughtfully express concepts of life, love, death, and the end of the world. Dead Harrison has been compared to bands such as Type O Negative, Misfits, Sisters of Mercy, and Black Sabbath. Dead Harrison's premier album is The Story of the Mortuus Ortus, (2014), In 2017 they released their version of Bad Moon Rising, and are currently recording a six song EP, titled All for None.
Reality Machine
Alt Rock Band
Venue Information:
Upstairs at Kung Fu Necktie
1248 N. Front St
Philadelphia, PA, 19122

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