Pageninetynine and Young Widows with Massa Nera and Plastics

Ages 18 and up
Friday, April 26
Doors: 7pm // Show: 7:30pm
$15 in advance. $20 day of show.
This is an 18+ event.
Show starts at 7:30pm.

Limited accessible seating available upon request at the door.  Please arrive early if you require assistance and we will attempt to accommodate you as best as we can.

Document #1 - Demo tape (self-released, 1999) Document #2 - Split 7" with Enemy Soil (Sacapuntas Records, 1999) Document #3 - Split 7" with Reactor No. 7 (Robodog Records, 1999) Document #4 - Tour 6" (Robodog Records, 1999) Document #5 - First full-length LP/CD (Reptilian Records, 2000) Document #6 - Split 7" with Process is Dead (Witching Hour Records, 2000) Document #7 - LP/CD (Magic Bullet Records/Happy Couples Never Last, 2001) Document #8 - LP/CD/Tape (Robotic Empire/Electric Human Project/Scene Police/Old Skool Kids/SzSS, 2001) Document #9: A Split Personality - Split 7" with City of Caterpillar (Level Plane Records, 2001) Document #10: Do You Need A Play To Stay? - Split Live LP/CD with Waifle (Magic Bullet Records, 2001) Document #11 - 7" Reissue of Documents #3 and #4 (Robotic Empire, 2002) Document #12 - Split LP/CD with Majority Rule (Magic Bullet Records, 2002) Document #13: Pyramids in Cloth - Split 7" with Circle Takes the Square (Perpetual Motion Machine Records, 2002) Document #14: Singles (Reptilian Records:2003, Robotic empire:2011)
Louisville’s creatively restless dark-rock auteurs Young Widows have announced the impending release of their new full length Easy Pain, due May 13 via longtime label Temporary Residence, Ltd. Recorded with Kevin Ratterman (My Morning Jacket) the new set is far and away the trio’s densest, most disturbingly addictive record yet. Easy Pain melds the strengths of their past and their tenacity for the future to forge an album perfectly befitting their merciless moniker; the lyrics and vocal delivery are more expressive and dynamic, the guitars are enormous, the drums are pummeling, and the trademark gut-churning bass is more jaw-dropping than ever. In the three years since the widescreen atmospherics of 2011’s In and Out of Youth and Lightness, Young Widows set their sites on crafting a set of songs that brims with visceral ferocity. The results are so suited to the subsuming force of the trio’s forceful live presence that the group recently debuted the album as a series of live performances in New York and Philadelphia, immediately galvanizing the support of their fanbase. Disregarding all boundaries and pushing forward with a masterful command of post-punk, noise rock, pseudo industrial, experimental doom, and goth, Young Widows emit the intimidating force of a 10-piece with the heart and soul of a classic power trio.
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