Concert - July 31st, 2017 h 10.00 pm - Entrance fee: 10 €

Bar/restaurant open at 7:30pm (happy-hour, wood-oven pizza, farinata, cocktails, beers, wine).

As the 20th Century scrapes to a close, two veterans of the SoCal music scene, Jake “The Preacher” Cavaliere and Johnny “Stiggs” Devilla are looking to start something new; something more down and dirty. Leaner. Meaner. Louder. Focusing their garage punk roots in an entirely different direction, and taking into consideration the impending death of the present century they look back to another dark period; the final nail in the coffin of hippie culture. Altamont.

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The Lords of Altamont’s music isn’t the music as we knew it. It is terrifying, electrifying and primitive. While listening to their music, let’s scrabble in the dirt among music’s earliest roots. It’s where we come from. It’s where we are. The Lords of Altamont make it sound as if it’s where we’re going.

Their first album, To Hell With The Lords (2003), is followed by Lords Have Mercy (2005), Altamont Sin in 2008 and, three years later, Midnight To 666.

Lords Take Altamont, the band’s new album, shows no mercy with a blistering set of songs all originally performed at Altamont; all channeled in their inimitable gritty, primitive style.



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