Mothership

Lounge:

Mothership

BrokeNeck, Planet Eater, Some Kinda Khaos, Rover

Fri, May 5, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

FUBAR

St. Louis, MO

$10.00

This event is all ages

Mothership
Mothership
Supersonic intergalactic heavy rock trio Mothership based out of Dallas, Texas give a real sense of hope that all is well in the universe, and that pure honest rock and roll has once again returned to this planet on a mission to unite true believers. Consisting of brothers Kyle Juett on bass/lead vocals, Kelley Juett on guitar/vocals, and Judge Smith on drums, these guys have created a unique sound that satisfies like a steaming hot stew of UFO and Iron Maiden, blended with the southern swagger of Molly Hatchet and ZZ Top, paired with a deadly chalice of Black Sabbath.
BrokeNeck
BrokeNeck
Blues/Rock/Bluegrass
Planet Eater
Psychedelic stoner sludge metal from StL. We write heavy songs about a trans-dimensional death beast that devours entire planets.

Planet Eater formed out of a cosmic rift caused by a collapsing binary system near the edge of the universe. So begins the saga…

Actually, Planet Eater formed when ex-members of Saint Louis punk troupe Broken Class wanted to make something much heavier. Founding members Nate (drums) and Brady (bass) took the suggestion of a mutual friend and recruited Adam, formerly of Flicker Vertigo (an all-military punk outfit in Oklahoma City—now defunct), to take up lead guitar duties. Songs and grooves started to manifest but the sound needed Declan to fill out the sound.

Writing for Planet Eater's first album began in the summer of 2013. They draw upon their expansive knowledge of multiple subgenres of punk, metal, and classic rock to produce their stoner/sludge/doom edge.

"The words of the ancients came to pass, and now an incomprehensibly old abomination not borne of this reality descends upon our doomed world."
Rover
Take a journey through the soundscapes of Rover. Music that soothes the savage beast, then fires it up and turns it loose. With songs that hop genres like a stone skipping across water. At times hinting at psych-pop and space rock, with the energy and turbulence of post-rock.
Venue Information:
FUBAR
3108 Locust St.
St. Louis, MO, 63103
http://www.fubarstl.com/