OV (Jamie Saft, Andrew D'Angelo and Mike Pride)

Presented by Inside the Whale

OV (Jamie Saft, Andrew D'Angelo and Mike Pride)

Child Abuse, Seabrook Power Plant

Sun, November 28, 2010

7:30 pm

$8.00

This event is 21 and over

$8 in advance, $10 at the door

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OV (Jamie Saft, Andrew D'Angelo and Mike Pride)
OV (Jamie Saft, Andrew D'Angelo and Mike Pride)
The members of Angel OV Death, respectively Jamie Saft, Andrew D'Angelo and Mike Pride, have all worked with a slew of respected performers including Anthony Braxton, Bad Brains, the Beastie Boys, the B-52’s, Bobby Previte, Boredoms, Califone, Dynamite Club, Eugene Chadbourne, John Zorn, Jim Black, Haino Keiji's Fushitsusha Laurie Anderson, punk-rock legends MDC (Millions of Dead Cops), Nels Cline (Wilco), Otomo Yoshihide, Pale Horse and Rider (mems. of Palace Brothers and Low), Sperm Whale (mem. of Orb) Tyondai Braxton (of Battles), Trevor Dunn.
Child Abuse
Child Abuse
"Child Abuse is logical result of an entire generation raised by Nintendo and overbearing, Tipper Gore-admiring moms. "Reading is for people who don't vomit, and Morbid Angel lives in my closet next to my porno!" the band seems to shout with its avalanche of Casio squeals, death-metal percussion, and forgot-to-take-my-Thorazine howls."- Flavorpill
Seabrook Power Plant
Seabrook Power Plant
Seabrook Power Plant is releasing Seabrook Power Plant II on Loyal Label. Following their critically acclaimed self-titled debut, which stunned NPR’s A Blog Supreme by terrifyingly sustaining a “crazed state of improvisation,” and numerous live dates, one of which alarmed the New York Times with its “grimly combative clamor,” the group returns with a fresh book of 8 electrifying, category-demolishing compositions.

.. "fatalistic and foreboding, it revels in its own extremity, even with the softening effects of a delay pedal his tone conveyed a kind of blowtorch immediacy." -Nate Chinen, Ny Times

.. "Seabrook Power Plant is a psychotically anxious, guitar-and-banjodriven, metal-infused power trio with an acoustic rhythm section, tearing its way through mutant forms and doom-laden grooves... " -Bryan Beller, Bass Player

.. "... a relentless commitment to the banjo's blunt, sustain-free attack, hammering home its percussive possibilities with a staccato, machine gun delivery..." - The Wire UK

.. "...tenor banjo, an unforgiving instrument in contexts like this because it has virtually no sustain. Using amplification, electronic effects, bowing - he coaxes a sublime range of sounds from the instrument, and the piledriving support from drummer Jared Seabrook and bassist Tom Blancarte..." -Peter Margasak, Chicago Reader