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H2O

Playing "Thicker Than Water" In its Entirety!

H2O

Wisdom in Chains

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Stigma

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Well Excuse Me, Princess

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Music Hall of Williamsburg

Doors: 7:30pm / Show: 7:00pm

Advance: $20 / Day of Show: $25

This event is All ages

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If you claim to be well versed in punk history, you would certainly know that H2O are one of New York's premiere melodic hardcore punk acts. For more than half a decade now, the NYC quintet have been blasting their specific blend of hardcore energy and pop-friendly melody all around the globe to fans of all kinds of music. H2O have found favor with everybody from the hardcore elite to the mainstream enthusiast. One main reason for this universal appeal is the band's attitude towards touring and playing live.

Performing an average of 200 shows a year, no one can accuse this hardened bunch of road warriors of not playing it to the bone. After performing with such varied acts as Pennywise, No Doubt, The Misfits and the band that gave them their first break, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, H2O have accumulated fans all over the world. Through it all, H2O pride themselves on keeping close ties to their fans. The band members answer all their mail personally and can usually be found hanging out in the crowd after their shows. H2O makes it a point to stay grounded. This closeness to their fans is what gives an H2O show its characteristic unified vibe.
 

Wisdom in Chains
Wisdom in Chains

Founded in early 2003, as a musical collaboration between musicians from both America and Europe, Wisdom In Chains have put their mark on the American and European hardcore, punk and Oi! scene. Richie & Mad Joe, who at the time both were in Krutch ("Whatever It Takes" released on I Scream Records in 2002) started Wisdom In Chains with Maarten from the Dutch band Daredevil and five years, 3 studio albums and some members changes later, Wisdom In Chains released a long-awaited new album called "Everything You Know" which saw its worldwide release on I Scream Records in November 2009.

Stigma
Stigma

Vinnie Stigma from Agnostic Front!

"I did a google search for my name and found that I am "the guitarist of Agnostic Front (vocalist Roger Miret, drummer Steve Gallo, and bassist Mike Gallo), the seminal NYC band largely responsible for bringing hardcore music to the streets. Together since 1981, they've managed to outlive their legendary contemporaries like Minor Threat, Black Flag, and the Dead Kennedys. One of the reasons people still schlep their asses down to CBGB's is to get a piece of the history that Agnostic Front helped create". So that about sums it up for now! ......"

Well Excuse Me, Princess
Well Excuse Me, Princess

Philadelphia and NYHC's finest having fun playing catchy pop punk songs. All fun. All the time.

Members of Gorilla Biscuits, My Turn To Win, District 9, Fahrenheit 451 team up to play pop punk!

Lenny and Jess recruited members and formed a supergroup rounded out by Arthur Smilios-Bass (Gorilla Biscuits) and Pete LaRussa-Drums (District 9, No Redeeming Social Value). The result was the recording of a debut single that is powerful, catchy, melodic, personal, and upbeat, with a slice of reality that only years in the hardcore scene can give you