ANTISEEN - 35 YEAR ANTiVERSARY!

Neighborhood Theatre & MaxxMusic present

ANTISEEN - 35 YEAR ANTiVERSARY!

Joecephus And The George Jonestown Massacre, Taped Fist

Sat, October 13, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 11:45 pm)

Neighborhood Theatre

Charlotte, NC

$15 adv/$20 dos

$3 Under 21 Surcharge at Door (Valid ID required for entry into venue. Under 18 permitted with parent.)

Accepted forms of ID: State Issued ID or Driver's License, Military ID, Passport.

 

Schedule:
7:00 Doors/Meet & Greet with ANTiSEEN & former ANTiSEEN members
8:00 Taped Fist
8:55 Joecephus & The George Jonestown Massacre
10:00 ANTiSEEN

 

 

ANTISEEN
ANTISEEN
35 YEAR ANTiVERSARY!

Long before it was fashionable, somewhere in the red clay rolling hills of rural North Carolina where time stands still and mass media culture merely flys over, a young Jeff Clayton was stewing up a mash of crazed ideas inspired by late night horror flicks, Saturday morning wrestling and the scratchy old records of Alice Cooper and Black Oak Arkansas. It was a potent and hazardous mix that, when given the blasting cap of punk rock, ignited one of the most infamous and iconic bands in rock & roll; ANTiSEEN.

Now, over thirty years later, Clayton still leads the charge - a bloodstained barnstorm of southern fried punk rock fury. Times and taste may change, but ANTiSEEN does not; diesle-fume piss and vinegar - and damn all the rest. What was once topical has long since become dated... But not ANTiSEEN.

The toxic DNA bleeds thru the muddy roots. The genre defying influence and heritage no longer can be denied. One needs not look very far to recognize it.
The spirit is eternal, the reality exceeds the myth...

The legend continues...

Current Line-up:
Jeff Clayton - vocals
Russ Ward - guitar
Sir Barry Hannibal- Bass
The Gooch- Drums

Past Members:
Joe Young - guitar
Jon Bowman- bass
Phil Keller- drums
Doug Canipe - bass
Greg Clayton - drums
Dale Duncan - bass
Marlon Cherry - bass
Doug Throgmorton - drums
Thomas O'Keefe - bass
Tripp McNeill - bass
Sir Barry Hannibal - drums
Byron "Spitbubble" McDonald - drums
Lee "Flea" Howard - bass
Steve Sadler - drums
Brad Keeter - drums
Bill Cates - bass
Mitch Cooper - drums
Joe Williams - bass, keyboards
Dana "Ace" Davis - guitar
Joecephus And The George Jonestown Massacre
Joecephus And The George Jonestown Massacre
Blazing a trail out of Memphis, Tennessee, Joecephus and the George Jonestown Massacre are on a roll. Having been referred to as “a cross between Motorhead and Merle Haggard” and having served as opening acts for such diverse artists as Shooter Jennings, David Allan Coe, Jesco White The Dancing Outlaw, Jim Dickinson, Unknown Hinson, Green Jello, Scott Biram, The Reverend Horton Heat,H. R. of the legendary Bad Brains and many more. Joecephus and company are ready for full auditory assault in any venue that can take it. Exhibiting a tireless work ethic, the band has played Honky-tonk venues as well as Punk/ Metal clubs throughout the tri-state area. They have created a unique style by mixing “outlaw” country sounds with rockabilly rhythms in combination with hardcore metal drumbeats, blurring the boundaries of country, metal, and punk. Rigorous time spent in the studio and on the road has not prevented the band from finding time to write and record a song for the soundtrack of the movie, “The Importance of Being Russell”. “Cityfied,” was used in this film while the song, “Going Back to Memphis” was featured on the compilation CD, “Yells from the Crypt” from Gravewax records.Another movie, "Grim Sweaper" uses their song "Quittin' Time" Featuring members who come together from a prestigious list of some of Memphis’ finest bands, this is just the beginning for a band that will be tearing shit up for a long time to come. Do yourself a favor and experience the electrifying energy of Joecephus and the George Jonestown Massacre when they roll through your town.
Taped Fist
Bruiser - Vocals
Brandon - Bass
Dan - Guitar
Tyler - Drums


PUNK F'N ROCK !!!
Venue Information:
Neighborhood Theatre
511 East 36th Street
Charlotte, NC, 28205
http://www.neighborhoodtheatre.com/