Antigama

Antigama

Violent Opposition, Drugs Of Faith

Mon, October 22, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$10.00

This event is all ages

Antigama
Antigama
Polish Grindcore band, formed in late 2000.
Antigama create avantgarde grindcore & bizarre noise since 2000. The band formed by guitarist Sebastian Rokicki (Different State, Garden Of Worm) and drummer Krzysztof Bentkowski (Sparagmos, Damnable) released their first album "Intellect Made Us Blind" in 2002 with Łukasz Myszkowski (Sparagmos) on vocals and Maciej Moruś (Starzy Singers, Mały Szu) on bass. In the next years they recorded four regular albums for different labels (Discomfort – 2004, Zeroland – 2005, Resonance – 2007 and Warning – 2009) and over a dozen of smaller releases (singles, splits, compilations). In 2006 the band signed a record deal with Relapse Records. Antigama played a number of gigs, festivals and tours in Europe and in 2009 went on tour in USA which included a show on one of the most prestigious American extreme music festivals "Maryland Deathfest". The band also collaborates with the theatrical director Marcin Liber; it has resulted in creating live music for the drama "Spring Of Death" and seven day-by-day appearances in the performance "Zawiadamiamy Was, że Żyjemy" in Warsaw Uprising Museum. Currenty the band is working on the upcoming album which is due in the first half of 2012. Antigama is controlled chaos.
Violent Opposition
Violent Opposition
Drugs Of Faith
Drugs Of Faith
Grind 'n' Roll from Northern Virginia
Comprised of vocalist/guitarist Richard, bassist Taryn, and drummer Ethan, Drugs of Faith is a grind ‘n’ roll band from Northern Virginia, where it was formed in 2002. A few demos and promo releases later, Drugs of Faith signed with Selfmadegod Records and issued the self-titled mini-album in 2005.
The lyrical content has been focused around politics and social subjects with some comments on interpersonal relationships, but more and more the band has been writing political-and-social-themed lyrics.

Richard J. (g,v)
Ethan G. (d)
Taryn W. (b)
Venue Information:
Metro Gallery
1700 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD, 21201
http://themetrogallery.net/