Listings are in the opposite order of appearance: headliner is listed at the top, next is the support band(s), and the last band listed is the opener.
May 23 2015
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:30PM ••• ALL AGES
Progressive Black Metal
------ Wild Hunt are off the bill
DJ Rob Metal
Aaron John Gregory - guitar, vocals, Bryan Beeson - bass, Jackie Perez Gratz - cello, vocals, Andrew Southard - keyboards, vocals, Zack Farwell - drums
from Sacramento, CA
Sacramento / San Francisco based, progressive doom-rock scientists, Giant Squid, have been wielding palatial vocals and enormous waves of cello, keys, and exotic sludge riffs for over ten years, garnering universal critical acclaim from all over the world. Marine biology and natural history metaphorically collide with heartbreaking stories of historic human tragedy; resulting in some of the most unexpectedly emotional and sincere music being made today in any underground scene. Cherished by a cult following of fans, Giant Squid has maintained and nurtured their fierce originality for over a decade, while still remaining relevant and tactful in the expert execution of their art.
Otrebor, D. Neal, R. Chiang, A. Lindo, Balan
from San Francisco, CA
A musical expression of Nature as divinity. Enter the Verdant Realm. Dulcimers, harmonium, 12-string bass, drums and voice.
Nick Cohon - Guitars, Brennan Kunkel - Drums, vocals, Matt Solis - Guitars, vocals, Marcus Luscombe - Bass, lead vocals
from San Francisco Bay Area
Cormorant is an American progressive metal band from San Francisco, California, formed in 2007. The group consists of bassist and vocalist Marcus Luscombe, guitarists Nick Cohon and Matt Solis, and drummer Brennan Kunkel.
Cormorant has eluded a specific genre label by incorporating elements of many different styles of music. While somewhat rooted in black metal, the group has been known to incorporate jazz, progressive rock, death metal and folk elements to its music, among others.
DJ Rob Metal
Classic Rock is where it's at. Do you long for the days when rock was kick ass? When you could turn on the radio (KMAC/KISS) and enjoy good music all day long.Well those dasre gone but I can bring them back to life!