Iceage + A Place to Bury Strangers + Lower

Music, Rock and indie
Photograph: Kristian Emdal Iceage
Northside Festival. Young Danish punks Iceage whipped up a serious buzz two years back with the cold and driving goth-punk found on their debut, New Brigade—and in fact played their first U.S. shows for Northside in ’11. Tonight they're back with flailing, fuzzed-out blasts from this year's Matador set, You're Nothing. Expect a mob scene. Opening up, A Place to Bury Strangers offers the type of aggro electrogoth rock that we immediately associate with those black-clad misfits in ’80s teen movies.