GosT

Grayskull Booking presents

GosT

Impenitent Thief, Ground To Dust, Devil's Advocate (Corrosion Boston)

Sat, December 31, 2016

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 9:30 pm

Great Scott

Allston, MA

$16 advance / $20 day of show

This event is 21 and over

Tickets available at AXS.COM, or by phone at 888-929-7849. No service charge on tickets purchased in person at the Great Scott Box Office seven days a week 12PM-1AM, or at The Sinclair Box Office (Cambridge, MA) Wednesdays-Saturdays 12-7PM. Please note: box offices are cash only.

GosT
GosT
And it came to pass, as soon as Gideon was dead, that the children of Israel turned again, and went a whoring after Baalim, and made Baalberith their god.

Directed and commanded by another power. The power of darkness, which many people do not believe exists. The power of the Devil. The power of Satan. The power of Baalberith.
Impenitent Thief
Impenitent Thief
Ninkaszi - Guitars/Vocals. Drath - Drums. C, Dead - Keys/Effects/Vocals
Ground To Dust
Ground To Dust
Formed in the Spring of 2007, Ground to Dust began as an instrumental electronic project by Antidote For Annie creator paTrick, with the release of a seven track self-titled EP. Drawing on the customary influences of Industrial, EBM and Synth-Pop, but also including some Noise, Drum and Bass, Ambient and even Classical sounds, the project soon made its way to the front of the New England dark electronic scene. Tracks such as “Digging My Way Out” and “Separate” made appearances along the East Coast, and were even heard nationally thanks to programs such as WMNF’s Dark Horizons (Tampa, FL), The Ungodly Hour and Normality, both out of California and heard on the internet via Rant Radio Industrial.

Ground to Dust has already made several live appearances in Boston, Salem, Portland and beyond, opening for such acts as Colony 5, Unter Null, Angels on Acid, Seabound and De/Vision.
Devil's Advocate (Corrosion Boston)
Devil's Advocate (Corrosion Boston)
In the dark ages of 2005 I decided to start clubbing while living in Albany, NY. I would go out to the local industrial club and bring my friends. After a few weeks I began helping the local promoter and began booking shows and running nights. I also had the same idea that drags many people kicking and screaming to the decks: I could DJ better than the local talent. Whether or not that was true, I started burning CDs and begging my DJ friends to teach me the ropes. And thus, DJ DvlsAdvct was born. After a few months of spinning to mixed success I started DJing on two turntables with Finals Scratch 2. As one of the (supposed) 5 people in the world who got a working version of FS2, I spun around Albany for a bit just building my skills and trying new things.

In 2007 I moved back home to Jersey and began spinning around North Jersey (Loop Lounge, QXTs) and New York City as a resident at Asylum Guild at at other nights around the area (Cybertron, Synteque, Absolution, Underworld, Revolver, etc). During this time I worked as a moderator for the DJTechTools forum and began getting involved in more advanced MIDI techniques with controllers and Traktor Scratch Pro. I got involved with Bome MIDI Translator and started encouraging the education and propogation of more advanced MIDI control.

Eventually I wanted to branch out and gather more skills. I began playing with new techniques and working with manufacturers (such as Stanton, Gemini and Vestax) helping them develop better MIDI solutions for their existing hardware. I have also begun writing reviews, interest pieces and editorials for the newly relaunched DJWorx. New music has come across my desk as well, including glitch hop, dubstep, electro, funk and my old stand bys of industrial and goth.

Now I will be re-entering the DJ scene with more tricks and more songs, and having recently rediscovered vowels, with a new name: Devil's Advocate. This site will be used a place to find my mixes, my gigs, my various rants and anything else I decide to write.
Venue Information:
Great Scott
1222 Commonwealth Avenue
Allston, MA, 02134
http://www.greatscottboston.com/