FTMP's Annual `The Nightmare After Christmas Show`

Monday  26 December  2016  6:00 PM    Monday  26 December  2016 11:00 PM
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FTMP Events Presents:

The Nightmare After Christmas Show
Featuring: Digital Afterlife, The Finality Complex [Full Band Debut], The Industry of Life Divine, Soul Reactor, FUTUREANGEL, Lockedown, Blue Lazer, & Jon Rizzo and Conference of the Strange

Monday, December 26th
$5.00 Cover
16+ (ID Required) - No ID/No Entry
Doors open at 6:00pm

at: Mohawk Place
47 E Mohawk St
Buffalo, NY 14203

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Digital Afterlife : https://www.facebook.com/DigitalAfterlife

Digital Afterlife is an Alternative Electronic band from Buffalo, NY comprised of brothers Paul & Greg Burt. After forming in late 2011, they've been regularly performing, creating, & crafting their own sound. This duo of music veterans surge through genres, creating a realm of their own within the confides of electronic music. Becoming one with a sound that always lingers in the back of your mind. One that can soothe, haunt, or control you when you least expect it.

The Finality Complex [Full Band Debut Show] : https://www.facebook.com/TheFinalityComplex

A solo industrial rock project of Paul Burt (aka DJEKS), a classically-trained multi-instrumentalist and composer. Look for shows around the Buffalo, NY and Pensacola, FL areas. The sounds you will hear are a combination of electronic rock and industrial metal with a mix of unusual time signatures, modal tonalities, and key modulations to create a very unique sound, a combination of intricate compositional elements from classical music with the aggressive sound of industrial metal.

The Industry Of Life Divine : https://www.facebook.com/theindustryoflifedivine

Based in Buffalo, N.Y. The Industry of Life Divine was founded in 1993 by Garrison Greco. After he spent a few months composing songs, programming, and finding the right people, the band rehearsed, and premiered live onstage in September of “94. With a dance, disco, industrial style, and an onstage show that featured live female dancers, and an occasional male dancer, and transgender dancers, Divine quickly became the hot beat spot wherever they played in the city, and remained throughout the rest of the 90’s. The group disbanded in 2000, but due to the deaths of prominent band members H. Lee Murphy, and Mark Freeland, the band reformed in 2013 for tribute shows for each of them, and have remained together ever since.

Soul Reactor : https://www.facebook.com/Soulreactor

A dark industrial band out of Buffalo, NY with songs about weapons, machinery, suicide, bondage, sex, drugs

FutureAngel : https://www.facebook.com/futureangelofficial

FUTUREANGEL is an act of tantric insurrection. We exalt in the phantasmagoria of body and dream — and in doing so we blur the line between real and unreal. We infringe upon the perceived confines of reality by invoking the timeless dimensions beneath, crystallizing the utopian imaginary into the vividly manifest.

Lockedown : https://www.facebook.com/Lockedown

Locke has already received the honor of gracing the cover of The Public, a NY based music, arts, and culture magazine, and is always writing new material for upcoming releases. “My sound went from an originally acoustic project to an electro-pop one the more I played around on my laptop, and I’m hoping to move towards more crunchy industrial beats and synths,” says Locke of the evolution of her music.

Blue Lazer : https://www.facebook.com/BlueLazerBand

After booking a show in Buffalo, NY, Blue Lazer crash landed on earth in the summer of 2006. Normally an instrumental electronic group, they soon learned that earthlings lacked the capacity to comprehend their jams without their faces being melted clean away. In order to mitigate against this unfortunate side effect the group’s leader found that if he verbally contextualized each song while the rest of the band played it, accidental audience mutilations could be cut nearly in half. Join Blue Lazer as they drain WNY of its resources… err… play music for money, which will eventually enable them to repair their intergalactic vessel and leave your puny backwater mud-ball behind forever!

& Conference of the Strange

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Mohawk Place
47 E Mohawk St, Buffalo, 14203, NY, United States
Mohawk Place
47 E Mohawk St, Buffalo, 14203, NY, United States