7th Stardust Series installment: Vado Mori.
This will be a one day underground marathon taking place on July 5th at Brooklyn Bazaar. Twelve great bands, two stages. It’s going to be heavy, it’s going to be dark, it’s going to be emotional at times. We’ll remember this one for sure, much like the others.
I suggest you come early and experience all these performances. It would be a shame not to. These artists work hard and sacrifice so much to share what they are with the world – so show them all, not just some, the respect they deserve. Do the right thing, this one day.
STARDUST VII will be a unique experience from beginning to end, but it will also be a test of endurance. Seeing twelve shows in row is just not for everyone. We should all probably hit the gym a couple of weeks prior. Whoever makes it to the after party gets a hug and a free Inquisition sticker. That was a joke, I know now some of you are on the sensitive side. No hugs.
Pre-sale starts today and will last through the end of February.
Ticket link is here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stardust-vii-vado-mori-tickets-55741977756
Password: Vado Mori
Dead Congregation, The Ruins Of Beverast and Evoken should need no introduction. If they do, you’re gonna have the best time of your life and I truly envy you.
A couple of things about the three headliners.
Greece’s Dead Congregation are hands down the very best live Death Metal band today. Untouchable act. They haven’t been here for a few years now, and will only be performing at two more events in North America this year: Covenant Fest (Vancouver) and Metal Threat (Chicago), which makes the July 5th show that much more exclusive and special.
Germany’s The Ruins Of Beverast are impossible to put into words. A splendid and unparalleled immersive experience, and that’s not even fair. I’ve crossed the pond many times just to see and photograph them and I will keep doing it, so I am very honored to host their first concert in New York City. This is also an exclusive East Coast concert.
Funeral Doom Masters Evoken have just released what many consider the best album of their career, after a six year break. I absolutely love this band. Last time I saw them was nine years ago when they played Club Europa around 1 am with maybe fifteen people in attendance? July 5th should be different. So excited for this set.
The rest of the participating bands will be properly introduced in the following weeks.
Thanks for your support and for making these Stardust series happen.
They are for you. Find the others.