PAST SHOW BIO
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH, 2020
Fete Music Hall
103 Dike St,
Doors: 7:00 PM • Show: 7:30pm
Tickets: ADV $15 • DOS $20
GosT, who embodies the character of Baalberith on his propulsive synthwave solo project that is channeling his fascination with the occult, John Carpenter and 80s slasher flicks. As a teenager he played in metal bands, but eventually drifted toward electronic music which would later become the foundation of his powerful synthwave/retrowave sound. With its haunting atmospherics and aesthetics influenced by the blackest corners of the metal world his music quickly garnered GosT a loyal following within the rock and metal community worldwide. Apart from playing his own headlining tours in Europe and North America he used the interest from his growing fan base to hit the road with the likes of diverse acts such as Pertubator, Carpenter Brut, 3TEETH, Pallbearer, Black Dahlia Murder, Power Trip, Khemmis, Havok and Skeletal Remains. Earlier this year GosT announced the invocation of Carreau who joined Baalberith live on stage. For the recording, mix and mastering of the new opus, "Valediction", GosT teamed up with Jaime Gomez Arellano who worked with the likes of Paradise Lost, Solstafir, Priomordial, Myrkur and many more. The result is a volatile mix that ranges from synthwave/retrowave to the most raging and extreme caverns of black metal.
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Zach Burnett returns to the unscene stage with his industrial synthpunk band Komrads.
Having toured the US and Canada with SKOLD earlier this year and also support for Pig Face in November 2019.
Straplocked is a synthwave music project started in 2017 by hardrock guitar player Chris Carvache. Originally intended to be a progressive house project, the project took a quick and sharp left turn when Perturbator’s Dangerous Days album was discovered.
Constantly looking to collaborate and grow, Carvache’s guitar playing is found prolifically in the synthwave underground scene and is incorporated into all live performances. Having an established no limits philosophy, the Straplocked project continues to evolve, incorporating lateral forms of art including storytelling and visual expression.