LOS BLACK DOGS, BIONIC CAVEMEN, SACRED MONSTER

Date/Time
Date(s) - Thu, January 3
8:30 pm

Location
The Empty Bottle

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830PM // $5 // 21+

LOS BLACK DOGS are a Mexican rock n roll band from Chicago. Born and raised in Mexico, they grew up listening to the good old rock and roll from the 60`s and 70`s. You know, the music that has the swing, the swagg, the attitude, the rhythm, and the cajones. LOS BLACK DOGS are heavily influenced by this time period, but have honed old favorites into their own unique sound.

BIONIC CAVEMEN return to the Bottle tonight, hearkening back to ye olde days of rock & roll when it was noisy and dirty and recorded without them fancy overdubs and such. Over a series of car crashes and smoke-filled garages, they honed their sound, embracing the loud blues rock that allowed for the occasional psychedelic trip, while still maintaining their meat-eating, whiskey-drinking roots. We’re talking vintage heavy here and the BIONIC CAVEMEN are coming to destroy the future.

Formed in early 2012 out of a mutual love of Doom Metal acts such as Electric Wizard, Saint Vitus, and, of course, Black Sabbath, SACRED MONSTER has gone on to gradually include other influences from Thrash, Black Metal, Death Metal, and NWOBHM to arrive at their current style. Their music alternates between oppressive doom riffs, chainsaw thrashers, and eery acoustic passages. The band also has a love of lyrical topics such as mythology, Lovecraftian horrors, and even old Twilight Zone episodes.

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