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Goth Night Featuring Eternal Séance Tour With The Russian White and Komrads

AfterMath: A Dark Revolution

1083 W. 37th St., Norfolk, Virginia

From the original Facebook Event:

Aftermath: A Dark Revolution Presents:

Russian White is back again, and they've brought new friends, Komrads, to bring SeVaGoth new flavors of Goth music. Their bios below say it all. They'll be followed by open dance floor with music spun by our resident DJs.

~The Russian White (Deathwave/Darkwave)~
Reading, Pennsylvania
Vocalist Tom Rhymer enlisted label mate & keyboardist Michael Colon & producer Sean Marz in creating a soundtrack reminiscent of an 80’s stalker flick. Borrowing from Post punk, synthwave, Witch House, they mash electronic beats, analog bass lines, haunting atmospheres, shimmering effects, lush vocals with stories of obsession, beauty and the unknown. FFO The Black Queen, Crosses, Nine Inch Nails

Music Videos:
https://youtu.be/fft1JNAaHQg
https://youtu.be/e93KXxwKzQ0
Facebook:
https://m.facebook.com/TheRussianWhite/
Instagram/Twitter
@therussianwhite

~Synthpunk and industrial enthusiasts Komrads had their start back in 2015 but have not properly gotten the ball rolling until just recently with their album "Resistor". An eight track album released both digitally and in CD formats, the project has been releasing a steady trickle of music videos for "Resistor". They have had a steady touring schedule as well bringing their high-octane energy to the stage - much to the delight of the audience. Being a light dance tune featuring robotic vocals that sound stressed, 'Sick Boy' crosses a boundary between science fiction concepts and club-ready electronic music.

On the new album 'Resistor' by Komrads:
"Resistor is an industrious warehouse that electrifies and shocks all that dare step inside" -CITY Newspaper
"A powerful, melodic, journey into the sounds of the mid 80’s, with modern accents" -Chimera Magazine


Doors at 9pm
18 and up, 21 to Drink w/ valid ID
$5 door

~Black, Goth, Fetish or themed attire highly encouraged but not required.~