In the final moments of the long, agonizing death that followed your beloved pet washing machine’s otherwise uneventful jaunt through the countryside, it beckoned you closer. “In July, and August, of 2011,” it murmured, coughing up socks and lint from the bullet holes now riddled across the smiley face you had so crudely emblazoned upon it, “Go see Everything Goes Cold at two San Francisco Bay Area shows.”
THAT’S RIGHT WE’RE BACK.
Having conquered the United States (and Canada, a little) EGC returns to their home planet to chew bubble gum and kick ass, and we’re all out of ass.
FIRST, THIS THURSDAY, JULY 21:
It’s a Baysplosion of epic proportion in San Jose, as EGC headlines Club Apparition with human-chicken-wallaby hybrids Savi0r, erotic industrial masseuses [syndika:zero], and probably another band but apparently not the one on the flyer because they cancelled or something.
YEEEEEAH. This is a rare local headlining slot for EGC, which means more songs, more fun for us, and more crying for you.
THEN, ON AUGUST 2:
We get all up ins with our old nemeses, Dismantled, fresh off their recent US tour with Front Line Assembly. Did we tell you that FLA opened for US at Kinetik? Because that’s a thing that actually happened. YEAH. SUCK IT, ZON. We’re back at the DNA Lounge for the first time in over a year, and apparently Dismantled is bringing their new guitarist, with whom we all may be slightly familiar.
Come out and watch us act like we own the place just because we finished one lousy tour. If you’re lucky, you might even catch James, our guitarist, drunkenly yelling “DON’T YOU KNOW WHO I AM??” at security before he gets dragged out, kicking and screaming. If he does, feel free to charge him $10.