Skatenigs, Angkor Wat, RazorBlade Dolls

Skatenigs

Angkor Wat

RazorBlade Dolls

Sat · October 13, 2018

8:00 pm

$10.00 - $13.00

Off Sale

This event is all ages

Skatenigs
Skatenigs
Do you live life to the fullest? This is a question that for thirty years now has been challenged by a formidable group known as the Skatenigs. A band of heathens that has survived like cockroaches navigating life’s ups and downs making no excuses for their unconventional lifestyles or lack of. Phil Owen (aka Phildo) developed a brand of music that stole from every aspect of outlaw genres such as punk rock, heavy metal, rap, hillbilly and every sacred rock and roll anthem vulnerable to its taking. After landing a deal with the Chicago based Wax Trax Records, through an introduction from his Revolting Cocks cohort and Ministry’s main man Al Jourgensen, Phildo penned the now classic song “Chemical Imbalance.” Years of reckless abandon would result later signing with Megaforce Records, known for their connection to breaking Metallica, a classic episode of “Beavis and Butthead,” video plays on MTV’s Headbangers Ball, several successful tours with Ministry, KMFDM, GWAR, FEAR etc. and a failed European tour with TOOL which brought the band to a break up that would later be revived by Phildo. 2016 brought the release of the band’s most current album “Adult Entertainment for Kids” which features videos for the songs “Taste” and “At War with Myself.” This album currently is streamed in 51 countries and has assured the Skatenigs are anything but forgotten! Join Phildo and his band of creetons as they rise from the gutter to bring you an undeniable experience that is sure to be on your bucket list!
Angkor Wat
Angkor Wat
Formed in 1986, Angkor Wat was an integral part of the hardcore punk DIY scene that took root throughout South Texas in the mid to late 80s. During this time period, Angkor Wat played shows with legendary bands such as GBH, Suicidal Tendencies, Devastation, The Accused, and Cryptic Slaughter.
In 1988 Angkor Wat recorded their debut album When Obscenity Becomes the Norm... AWAKE!!! for Metal Blade/Death Records to critical acclaim around the globe.
In 1990 Angkor Wat released their second record entitled Corpus Christi, which blurred the lines between metal and industrial music. Soon after, the band ended its rst chapter by disbanding, with its former members pursuing musical expression with many other bands, most notably Nine Inch Nails, Skrew, Ministry, Sabbath Assembly, Pasadena Napalm Division and many more.
With their upcoming induction into the South Texas Music Walk of Fame on June 2, 2018, Angkor Wat alumni have reformed to bring their unique style of aggressive music back to the stage.
Back in the day, Angkor Wat was banned from nearly every hall, lodge, ballroom, and warehouse they played due to the chaos that followed them wherever they went. It’s been 28 years since the band has performed live, and now they are back — leaner, meaner, and ready to pick up where they left off.
ANGKOR WAT IS:
Dave Brinkman - Vocals Mike Titsworth - Guitar Mike Trevino - Bass David Nuss - Drums
RazorBlade Dolls
Venue Information:
Ridglea Lounge
6025 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, TX, 76116
http://www.ridgleatheater.com/