LOUDottawa Night Two: The Kindred & HellBros!

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LOUDottawa Night Two: The Kindred & HellBros!

Eagleson, Halfsleeper

Friday, March 24, 2017

7:00 pm

The Brass Monkey

Ottawa, ON

This event is 16 and over

LOUDottawa showcases the LOUD side of the nation's capital (with some help from our friends) over two nights at the Brass Monkey:

THURSDAY - Revocation w/ Antlion, The Thirteenth Floor, A Scar For The Wicked
FRIDAY - The Kindred & HellBros! w/ Eagleson, Halfsleeper

tickets also available at Vertigo Records!

get THURSDAY ONLY tickets here!

get FRIDAY ONLY tickets here!

get TWO-DAY passes here!

get more info at loudottawa.com!

The Kindred
The Kindred
formerly Today I Caught The Plague
For over eight years, Ottawa rockers HELLBROS have had one goal in mind; taking their music and their live show to the next level. With the release of their hard-hitting album, Goodtime Machine, the guys in HELLBROS have managed to do just that, successfully capturing the raw energy and attitude of their live performances in ten badass, catchy tunes. “We’re bringing back good, old-fashioned, straight-up rock with a modern, heavy edge,” says front man Peter Jurt. “It’s music to drink and shake your ass to.”

Formed in 2004, this high-energy quartet also includes Jurt’s brother Christian (guitar) and long-time friends Curtis Delaney (bass) and Josh Roy (drums). This past summer, HELLBROS hit the road in support of their debut album, launching the ambitious ‘Wet Hot Canadian Summer’ tour, which included stops in more than 20 cities across Canada and a gig at the famed NXNE Music Festival in Toronto. “This was a really exciting year for us,” admits drummer Josh Roy. “We got our van stolen in P.E.I., rocked Sable beach with Cancer Bats, camped in the Rockies, surfed in Tofino and made it all the way back to Toronto to destroy the legendary Bovine Sex Club.”

HELLBROS also won $5,000 in the Big Money Shot, an annual band competition hosted by an Ottawa radio station LiVE 88.5 FM. And, they don’t intend on slowing down anytime soon. The band is already working on new material and planning to tour Canada and the United States extensively in 2012. They’ll also be performing at Canada’s largest music festival, Canadian Music Fest. “The next year will look a lot like this past year, only on steroids,” boasts Roy.
Venue Information:
The Brass Monkey
250 Greenbank Road
Ottawa, ON, K2H 8X4