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A Place to Bury Strangers at the Mercury Lounge

Leaf in a soap dish, front garden, Falmouth, VA, USA

  • We’re just gonna put it out there: value-wise, this is one of the best money-to-band lineups we’ve seen in a while. Let the fools drop pointless hundreds on an average dinner and champagne they pretend to like. You’ll drop $25 and rock out to A Place To Bury Strangers, the Brooklyn trio that fuses shoegaze, industrial hard rock and dark post-punk. Frontman Oliver Ackermann, the founder of effects pedal company Death by Audio, employs many of them to great use in his band’s own set, constantly tweaking and warping the sound while never devolving into pointless noise. It’s loud. Hard. Noisy. Perfect for (ears) ringing in the New Year. Brooklyn’s Dirty on Purpose also perform in what will be their last show ever. With The Vandelles
    (tags: aptbs brooklyn ny)

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