Doors : 6:30, Show : 7:30
Cover : $15 in advance, $20 at the door
Hosted by Charlie of Doom, UADA, Abigail Williams, Death Support, Oriska, and Galvanist descend upon the Filling Station for the heaviest show of the year!
Ever since the cloaked Pacific Northwest band appeared on the music radar, UADA has always been electrified by both polar worlds. Their echelon was stark and meaningful. Within the stretch of 3 albums as well as dense and triumphant live shows across the globe, they have not only spiked the map of extreme metal music, but their unrelenting touring schedule an unbridled will to push forward into new horizons has also earned them a reception in all the extremes imaginable, be it worship or spite.
Originally formed in Phoenix, Arizona, but soon moved to New York City, then Los Angeles, and is now based out of Olympia, Washington.
“Everyone is killing themselves for something. Death Support explores themes of ambivalence towards life, death, religion, and social-political issues through an aesthetic that focuses on melancholy and unsettling themes with calming pastels and vibrant tones. Creating a tapestry of contrasting emotions, Death Support blends punk, black metal, DSBM, and blackened hardcore in an eclectic yet focused manner.”
Oriska is a blackened post-metal collective headquartered in Fargo, ND with members dispersed across California, Montana, North Dakota, and Minnesota. Featuring ex-members of Battlefields (Init Records, Translation Loss), Dispensing of False Halos, and Sleeping in Gethsemane (Init Records), the band was formed in the summer of 2023 with the purpose of reconnecting friends with a passion for music, without regard for genre nor geographical boundaries. Crushing yet delicate, despairing yet hopeful, their sound invokes a sense of strength in the face of impossible circumstances, with influences and reference points that include Envy, Buried Inside, Funeral Diner and Amenra.
Born out of a laceration of the subject, Galvanist represents the collective efforts of four individuals and their unique attempts to render a response to the visceral nature of reality. Exploring the relationship between the sacred and profane, the collective’s sought continuity of wound and language forces reflection as a result of a teleological disruption of existence.