House of Harm w/ Panic Priest + The NightCry

8:00 pm
$20 adv / $25 dos
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YES Music Productions presents:

House of Harm

w/ special guests

Panic Priest

The NightCry

$20 adv / $25 dos

Doors 8pm / Show 9pm. // 21+

The Central Saloon207 1st Ave SSeattle, WA 98104

Advance tickets:

HOUSE OF HARM (Boston, MA)House of Harm, described as post-punk by everyone but themselves offers a refreshing approach to the underground genre. Their two demo EPs quickly earned them an international following, as well as an imposing line up of supporting gigs opening for Editors, She Past Away, Lust For Youth, The Cure's Reeves Gabrels. Their debut full length LP, Vicious Pastimes, was released September 4th, 2020 via Avant ! Records.

PANIC PRIEST (Chicago, IL)Death. Sex. Doomed Romance. These three simple phrases define the sound and thematic presence of Panic Priest. The musical project of singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Jack Armondo (formerly of "dark pop" duo My Gold Mask), Panic Priest is centered around Armondo's deep, crooning vocals while weaving together electronic beats, crunchy guitars and moody synths. Panic Priest creates midnight melodies that won't soon leave your memory as dawn breaks. With his upcoming third full-length album PSYCHOGORIA, Armondo certainly hasn't forsaken those themes, or the deep emotions they evoke, but he has added a sense of fun, and even a hint of camp to the proceedings. It's a record that longs for a return to the club, to dancing and physical connection, to friends and '80s goth nights. After the success of 2020's Second Seduction, Armondo could've played it safe and turned in a follow-up that felt like an extension of his breakout sophomore album. But PSYCHOGORIA feels different. Panic Priest's signature sound is alive and well on this latest effort, but PSYCHOGORIA sees Panic Priest pushing himself in new directions, drawing heavily on his love of new wave and horror movies. But don't let the cheeky horror themes fool you. Their very imagery hints at the social anxieties, obsessions, and paranoia many of us feel bubbling just under the surface.

THE NIGHTCRY (Seattle, WA)The NightCry sounds like 1987 meeting 2023 in a dark, rainy alley. Deriving their name from the primal screaming and bawling in the night out of pure frustration with no signs of resolve, Seattle-based band The NightCry was formed by guitarist Andreka Jasek (The Adarna, Homewrecker, Veritas), vocalist Vincent Vuarnet (Thunderhound, DaR), and bassist Shana Fairchild (Revolution Red) in late 2020. After writing several songs, the band captured the attention of keyboardist Hannah Rock (over a decade of classical piano training) and drummer Sarah Campbell (Hairstorm, Dual Analog) who joined to solidify the lineup in 2021. The NightCry blends influence from the likes of Depeche Mode, The Cult, and David Bowie in creating the unique sound of the band. Their postmodern, dark, romantic synth rock is entrenched in edgy and catchy hooks, tasty guitars, tight beats, and ergonomically sultry vocals; a sound they dub "post modern romance." The NightCry was inspired to create a male-fronted female band by Robert Palmer’s music video for Addicted to Love (but with girls who actually play); a video that highlights cool guitars and high fashion. The NightCry’s live performance meets at the junction of big rock show and moody romanticism without sacrificing any of their sonically-sensual and distinct vibes. Their focus on 1980s-esque aesthetics tastefully showcases through posh fashion backed by poise and a professional presence. The band dominates the stage with lighting that envelopes them in mystery while executing multi-layered vocal harmonies, vitalizing sounds, and enduring guitar solos. After successfully releasing and gaining radio play for their first two singles Blush and Find Hers Keep Hers, The NightCry is spending the remainder of 2023 and early 2024 in the studio to complete their first album (yet to be titled).  During that time, the band will also release their third single Who’s to Say along with a music video by Tetraknot, who produced the vampire-dance-party themed video for Find Hers Keep Hers that cameos Seattle icons such as Wanz, Aaron Fury, and Nuda.

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