From his first single, “I Sit On Acid,” released in 1988, to the present, Belgium’s Praga Khan remains one of the most innovative acid house musicians in circulation. Thanks to extensive experimentation with drugs, Crowley-ian sex magic, and esoteric paths of self-deprivation and mutilation known only to himself, this orgiastic orchestrator created the LORDS OF ACID to further encapsulate the seductive messages and raw sex of his ever-evolving musical vision. From the raw carnality of their 1991 release “Lust,“ to the electro-thrash of 2000’s “Farstucker,“ LoA has re-defined the pure pleasures of drugs, hedonism, and deviant sex for nearly twenty-two years. Now, despite numerous lineup changes, world tours, 1.5 million album sales, and every possible point of crisis and conflict a band can face, LoA is returning to tour the unsuspecting United States again, this time with a new crew of deviants, dilettantes, and sonically transmitted diseases.
Our Little Secret
Expand Your Head
Angelspit are an electro-ballistic-punk act hailing from Sydney, Australia, known for vicious distortion, biting lyrics and harsh drums. Angelspit have churned out eight releases over the past seven years and have shared the stage with acts such as KMFDM, Skinny Puppy, Frontline Assembly, Sisters of Mercy and Nitzer Ebb. The band’s music and performance have been recognized and critically acclaimed through numerous media outlets.
Blood Death Ivory
Hideous And Perfect
"Radical G" is on a mission to weed out the boring faceless looping crap from his genre and provides only the ripest goodies on stage, topped with some skanky vocals and 80’s sounding melodies.
CHANT is the mad-scientist driven...tribal-drum-infused... explosive industrial show from Austin, TX that has spent the last few years touring the US, leaving a trail of smashed up drums, trash cans, and satellite dishes in the dust. During six years since inception, CHANT has supported Pigface, My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, KMFDM, Combichrist, The Genitorturers, Angelspit, Black Light Burns, God Module, & Ego Likeness, contributed to the Pigface album "6" and supplied drum programming for Curse Mackey's (Evil Mothers) score to the Tabula Rasa video game soundtrack.
All That Divides
Strong Words For Strong People