Hideout Gets Heavy Annual Halloween Hurt


Rabid Rabbit, Bloodyminded, DJ Steve Hess, Visuals by Kelly Reaves

Sun, October 30, 2011

9:00 pm

The Hideout

Chicago, IL


Tickets at the Door

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INDIAN lets loose a glorious, down-tempo din on Guiltless, their third full-length and first for Relapse. The band's droning-doom demolishes listeners with colossal riffs, drums that pounds like hammers and blackened and absolutely tortured vocals. INDIAN's brand of doom is severe, and Guiltless offers no respite.
Dylan O'Toole, gtr/vox
Will Lindsay, gtr/vox
Ron DeFries, bass
Bill Bumgardner, drums
Sean Patton, noise
Rabid Rabbit
Rabid Rabbit
"...the feel of unbridled experimentalism, where the musicians simply took the dropped tunings, distortion and aggression of metal/extreme music and used them as raw materials for their own unusual and occasionally unexpected constructs...”
Eden Tepedelen DECIBEL

"... hazy, enveloping atmosphere... thunderously filthy affairs." Jeff Pizek Chicago Daily Herald

" moves from sludge rock to an everything-is-melting psychedelic interlude and then into a vocal part (that sounds) like a gang of... (read more)

formed as a duo in 2005, several line up changes, and finally this...

“... an extra dose of brutal bowel-massaging bottom end."
Monica Kendrick Chicago Reader
BLOODYMINDED is a heavy electronics band that was formed in New York, in 1995, after the disbanding of the group Intrinsic Action. Their live shows are extremely energetic, and layers of screeching analog synthesizer, aggressively delivered vocals, and a copious amount of feedback, characterize their sound. While BLOODYMINDED operate within a small, established subgenre of the noise scene, their sound is broadly informed by bands such as their industrial forbearers; New York Pre + Post-Punk and Noise Rock; and British hardcore and grindcore. BLOODYMINDED has performed with a diverse range of artists, including traditional power-electronics groups, noise artists of various types, experimental, improv, and avant-garde artists, gothic and industrial groups, and hardcore, metal, and punk bands. Though currently based in Chicago, key members live in Brooklyn, New York, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Toulouse, France.
Visuals by Kelly Reaves
Venue Information:
The Hideout
1354 W. Wabansia Ave
Chicago, IL, 60642