3TEETH

Vinyl Music Hall Presents

3TEETH

Finite Automata, Future Hate

Sat, July 1, 2017

7:30 pm

Vinyl Music Hall

Pensacola, FL

$15.00

This event is all ages

General Admission * Standing Room Only- If Any Seating Is Available, It Will Be On A Strictly First Come-First Serve Basis * All Ages * Additional $5 Cash Surcharge At The Door For Under 21 * Attendees Under 16 Must Be Accompanied By A Ticketed, Adult Guardian * Posted Times Are Door Times- Events Generally Begin 30 to 60 Minutes After Doors Open

3TEETH
3TEETH
3TEETH BIO Formed in 2013, 3TEETH is an L.A.-based transgressive artistic collaborative consisting of Alexis Mincolla (vocals), Xavier Swafford (keys), Andrew Means (drums) and Chase Brawner (guitars). Inspired by the early ͚90s industrial scene and acts like Ministry and NIN, the four-piece boasts a unique amalgam of aggressive sounds and compelling visual art that, combined with their cynical humor and provocative propaganda, ultimately asks fans to join their assault on consensus-based reality. The group released its self-titled debut album in 2014 and was promptly hailed as a welcome return to the old school industrial sound of the ͚90s that eschewed EBM͛s techno beats in favor of grinding grooves, atmospheric keyboards, crunchy guitars and heavily distorted vocals. Meanwhile, the band developed an intense live show that unleashed the cathartic chaos contained in their studio recordings. On 3TEETH͛s stage, the band͛s brutal sonics get paired with a dense array of images brought together by the mesmerizing performance of frontman Mincolla. The group saw its creative efforts pay off in a major way when metal giants TOOL handpicked 3TEETH to support them on their 2016 world arena tour with Primus. Preparation for the band͛s next album began in earnest shortly after the tour with new material being written and recorded. Two singles from the album, ͞Degrade͟ and ͞Atrophy,͟ were released, the latter of which was accompanied by a concept video, and both songs demonstrated that 3TEETH had hit a new creative peak. Sean Beavan, producer and mixer who has worked on albums by NIN, Marilyn Manson, A Perfect Circle, Slayer and more, was brought in to take the band͛s recordings to the next level. The final album was then mastered by Howie Weinberg (Pantera, TOOL, Rammstein) resulting in by far the heaviest sounds the band has ever conjured. The now completed, long-awaited follow-up album, shutdown.exe, will see the light of day May 19 courtesy of OMF Records, a new imprint of Cleopatra Records, Inc.
Finite Automata
Finite Automata
Finite Automata is an Experimental/Industrial project originally from Pensacola Florida. While their early sound was very reminiscent of Skinny Puppy, Frontline Assembly and Project Pitchfork, their more recent endeavors have fused elements of classic electro-industrial and EBM, with elements of Aggrotech and Industrial Rock. They are known for their highly confrontational and controversial stage shows, which make heavy use of theatrics, makeup, stage props, sharp objects and various noise making devices. In the fall of 2013, the group relocated to Atlanta Georgia.

Formed in 2006 by Mod Eschar (Dom Price), the project grew out of a chaotic solo act in which Eschar was the only consistent member until early 2007, when he was joined by long time friend and keyboardist c. Grendel (Chris Stanley). The two were later joined on an off by guitarist and gadgetrist Mat Syn and for a short time, guitarist Vic Martinez. In late 2010, they were briefly joined by programmer/keyboardist Thomas Carpenter, who added a more Terror Noise influence to the project's over all sound. Today Eschar is the only remaining founding member, and is joined by Scott Storey (Formerly of Voodoo Velkro, Skabdriver) and Sidney Pirara (Saint Simian, Formerly of Dawn of Ashes)

The group's name is a reference to a concept in Computer Science related to finite state machines and their predefined behaviors, alluding to Humans as such machines and their behavior as being predictable in nature.

The band's career grew in earnest in 2010, with an invitation by Ludovico Technique front-man Ben V to play The Florida Underground Industrial Music Festival, which solidified their presence in the Southeast Industrial scene. In 2012, Finite Automata released Recurse, their first full length studio album and is currently in the process of writing for their follow-up release "Dogma Eye" slated to be released some time in 2015. Over the course of their career, they have shared the stage with Combichrist, William Control, Davey Suicide, Slick Idiot, God Module, and The Ludovico Technique.
Future Hate
Future Hate
Future Hate is a punk band from Mobile, Ala. that formed in mid-2014 out of the ashes of a punk band called Naked Intruders. The band mixes hardcore and thrash with very colorful lyrics. It consists of Miranda Macabre on vocals, Dennis Hyland on guitars, Matt Martin on bass, and Austin Reidy and David White sharing drum duties.
This quirkiness also goes into their lyrics. Many of them come from running jokes or misheard lyrics on the demos. For example “Punch Little Babies” came from bassist Matt Martin mishearing Miranda sing “Hush Little Baby.”

Another notable aspect is the fact they have two drummers. When Austin Reidy left Mobile to join the Army in 2015, David White filled in when possible. Austin Reidy occasionally returns to play shows in the two-drummer setup. “We haven’t practiced the two drummer thing. The only time we played it was at the show,” says drummer Austin Reidy “It’s always on the verge of derailing. It’s a beautiful thing. Amazing,” adds Miranda.

In their time together, Future Hate has released a demo and a full length. They have also shared the stage with acts such as Negative Approach, Peelander-Z, and Black Tusk. Earlier this year they released their first studio record “Potboiler”. It’s release has spread all over the world being released in the US, Ireland, and Japan.

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Venue Information:
Vinyl Music Hall
2 S. Palafox St.
Pensacola, FL, 35202
http://vinylmusichall.com/