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with Joyce Manor and Night Birds
Doors: 7 p.m. || Music: 8 p.m. || All Ages
$35: GA Advance || $40: GA Day Of Show
$100: Table of 2 || $200: Table of 4
$2 Minor Fee at the Door
Tickets on-sale Friday April 26th at 10 a.m.

GA = standing room only

::: Descendents :::

Every Descendents album is an event. Formed in 78, the bands first releases have proven historic, and all the ones since have only further refined the Descendents concept. Punk, pop, buzzing, summery, heartfelt, defiant, adolescent, and wise all at once — the Descendents sound never gets old. And while fans got the bands full story in the acclaimed documentary, Filmage, its been twelve years since theres been new Descendents music. Finally, here comes their long-awaited next LP, Hypercaffium Spazzinate.Descendents first Epitaph Records release since Everything Sucks in 1996, Hypercaffium Spazzinate began taking shape after the band ended an extended hiatus to play live in 2010. Though still tight, they lived apart: singer Milo Aukerman — whose cartoon rendering famously serves as the bands logo — was now living in Delaware, bassist Karl Alvarez and founder and drummer Bill Stevenson were in Colorado, and guitarist Stephen Egerton had settled in Oklahoma. So the album came to life over three years as the band sent tracks back and forth, occasionally meeting up in Karl and Bills adopted hometown of Fort Collins. Adopting such a protracted process meant not having to rush things, allowing for some of their sharpest songwriting yet.Its an album every bit as charged as the bands iconic full-length debut, 1982s Milo Goes to College — or anything since. I think one of the things thats kept us inspired over the years is having the music as an outlet for our frustrations, says Milo, who delivered a particularly impassioned, even aggressive vocal performance. Having the freedom to completely blow my voice out every time I recorded was a very positive experience for me, he says.[more]