Showing posts with label Triclops. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Triclops. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Triclops! Up For SF Weekly Reader's Poll Award.

Triclops! have been nominated for a 2009 SF Weekly Reader's Poll award. And the category assigned to them is..... best Metal/Psych/Punk band. Please vote before Wednesday, Oct. 14th at 3p.m. Vote HERE. Power to the people!

Upcoming local shows:
09/11 Santa Rosa, CA @ House show in Santa Rosa
09/17 San Francisco, CA @ The Independent (w/ Monotonix)
10/11 Petaluma, CA @ Phoenix Theatre (w/ No Means No)
10/12 San Francisco, CA @ The Independent (w/ No Means No)
10/16 Oakland, CA @ The Uptown (w/ No Means No)
10/17 Sacramento, CA @ Harlow’s (w/ No Means No)

Monday, May 19, 2008

Doing It Up Right For Biafra's Five-O.

Alternative Tentacles and Great American Music Hall present a two night celebration in honor of Jello Biafra's sweet 50th birthday.


Come "celebrate" 50 years of Jello plaguing the earth (and the 30th Anniversary of Dead Kennedys)

June 16th

Jello Biafra with the Melvins
Jello Biafra without the Melvins (new music, new band!)

Drunk Injuns
Los Olvidados
The Melvins play "Mangled Demos"

June 17th

Jello Biafra with the Melvins

Jello Biafra without the Melvins

The Melvins play "Mangled Demos"

both shows 8 pm


Newly hatched Biafra band (as yet unnamed) is Ralph Spight (Victims Family, Freak Accident, Hellworms, etc.) on guitar, Billy Gould (Faith No More, Cool Arrow Records, etc.) on bass, and Jon Weiss (Sharkbait, Horsey, Tonnage, etc.) on drums.

Coady and Jared of the Melvins are recordng the new Big Business album in June, so the Jelvins bassist this round will be Andy Coronado (Wrangler Brutes, White Shit, Skull Kontrol). The emphasis will be on new music, with the occasional nod to the past evil doing.

Tickets are $22 per night in advance or $40 for both nights plus free gift-oid.

To open the shows, the Melvins reach back to their original '83 hardcore days with King Buzzo on guitar, original drummer Mike Dillard and Dale Crover manning the bass. This Melvins line-up goes on first at 8:00 sharp.

Monday, April 28, 2008

Triclops! Video On XLR8R Video Of The Day.

Part entomology gross out part prog-punk freak out, Triclops' "Love Song For The Botfly" video was posted on XLR8R's site today. View for yourself here.

Catch the band live this Spring/Summer:
04/28 Portland, OR @ East End
04/29 Olympia, WA (KAOS on air performance 1:00 PM)
04/29 Bellingham, WA @ Wild Buffalo
04/30 Seattle, WA @ King Cobra
05/01 Olympia, WA @ Levoyeur
05/02 Chico, CA @ Chico at Nick’s
05/03 San Francisco, CA @ Vert Ramp Warehouse (X St. Ingalls in Hunter’s Point)
05/17 Berkeley, CA @ 924 Gilman
07/04 Point Arena, CA @ Local Oddfellows Union hall
07/08 San Francisco, CA @ 12 Galaxies
07/19 Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo
07/25 San Francisco, CA @ Hemlock Tavern

Thursday, April 24, 2008

New Triclops! Album, podcast and Amoeba Records In-Store

Triclops! Just released their debut album on Alternative Tentacles Records.

Triclops! stole their pedigree from the likes of the Fleshies, Bottles &
Skulls, Victim's Family and Lower Forty Eight.

Check out the new podcast on the Alternative Tentacles site at :

Or they can grab the enhanced podcast here

The podcast mentions the Amoeba Records in-store THIS FRIDAY, April 25,
in San Francisco-- and links to their new video. (If you already subscribe
to the AT podcast it will automatically download by now). Its only 18mb;
19 minutes long.

Triclops! Out of Africa LP + CD (LP is white vinyl) (Virus 380 LP)
Triclops! Out of Africa CD (Virus 380 CD)