Northlane, Erra, Currents, Crystal Lake "I was raised in hell but I made it out," says Northlane vocalist Marcus Bridge. "Raised in a place I shouldn't have been, and no child should have been. But I've been able to break free." That journey out of hell informs Bridge's lyrics on Alien, the fifth album from Sydney metallers Northlane. For a band that have traditionally focused on wider issues in the outside world, it is easily the most personal statement of their career. "I grew up with parents who were heavily addicted to heroin and other things," says Bridge. "With that addiction came aggression from my dad, my mum not being all there, being around drug dealers and people who owned clubs in Kings Cross, just places a kid shouldn't be.
Venue: Marquis Theatre
210 W 46th St Map
The Jayhawks at Landmark on Main Street
Thu | 7:30 pm
The Jayhawks and their rootsy sound emerged from a crowded Minnesota music scene in 1985. Over the course of two decades, nine albums, countless memorable live shows and enough personal drama to fill ...
Built to Spill - Keep It like a Secret 20th Anniversary Tour at Town Ballroom
Thu | 7PM
No one under 12 admitted. Minors under 16 need to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Government issued identification is required for entry. No exceptions. ...
This Wild Life, the Happy Fits at Rec Room
Thu | 7:30 pm
16+ ADMITTED WITH I.D. / UNDER 16 WITH GUARDIAN...