An update on our post from earlier this week about tonight's show at Three Clubs. WILDILDLIFE had to cancel due to injury so WINO has stepped in along with an impressive slate of DJs. Free admission as always $5 Mardi Gras Hurricanes ALL NIGHT!
SCOTT "WINO" WEINRICH w/CONNY OCHS
DJs: Scott Batiste (Saviours) // Sandor Finta (Harassor) // J. Bennett (Decibel)
Visuals: Tim Hicks
Drinks Special: $5 Mardi Gras Hurricanes ALL NIGHT!
FREE SHOW! Starts at 9PM. 21+. Thanks to OVRCAST, CITY OF DEVILS, SOUTHERN LORD.
Robert Scott "Wino" Weinrich is a doom metal guitarist and vocalist. Active since 1976, when he started his first band War Horse, Weinrich is best known for being the frontman and guitarist of the doom metal bands The Obsessed and Saint Vitus. Weinrich is also a solo artist, having released Punctuated Equilibrium in 2009 and Adrift in 2010. Wino is also a member of super-group Shrinebuilder. - Wikipedia
Conny Ochs (Southern Latitude) turns on to his mystic saloon noir symbolistic version of rock´n roll, balladeers and dark folk. Currently away from Germany and in the US, Ochs will be joining Wino for Kaleidomagorics 5.5.
Since Kaleidomagorics IV, we saw V well over a year later. A success and a good time all around, V reinvigorated the 'Quasi-Festival', and like it's predecessor, it wouldn't have been if it wasn't for the OVRCAST Collective. Now, just three weeks later, we have Kaleidomagorics 5.5. A show that was immediately shelved, it came back to life again on March 11th, a date said to be most important in astrological and astronomical history. Kaleidomagorics 5.5 proudly presents an open night with just two bands and DJs + Visuals throughout.
Wino will be playing with Conny Ochs (Southern Latitude). A specific set arrangement will be decided by Wino on the day of the show.
Finally, it was announced that WILDILDLIFE would play earlier in the week. The announcement was cancelled just hours after, as WILDILDLIFE had to regretfully cancel the show and their whole tour, due to an injury to their guitarist Matt Rogers. We wish him a full recovery and a rescheduled tour for the band.