Darkness Forever And Coalition Present: A Night Of Art Terrorism W/ Istvan The King & Vague

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Coalition: T.O says
Darkness Forever : Toronto's Weekly Goth / Industrial Night and
Coalition 282 Present A Night Of Art Terrorism with

ISTVAN THE KING
* see description below
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKRvj7G38m4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Qlgzyl1CZA


VAGUE
vague is a toronto based band whose dark mixture of rock, punk and folk blend into a unique soulful, soaring and expressive sound.
https://soundcloud.com/vaguetheband
https://www.facebook.com/vaguetheband/timeline

9PM // $7
FOLLOWED BY DARKNESS FOREVER AT 11:30
SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL DARK ARTS

*Back from a tour in Montreal, Istvan the King takes over the stage at the Coalition with their demolishing industrial punk noise lead by internationally infamous art criminal Istvan Kantor. Istvan the King feeds from heavy industrial beats, scrapmetal noise, chaos jazz, minimalist loopmachine music, ultratuned nightmare screams, revolutionary marches, Hungarian and Balkan folk, and communist propaganda songs.

Istvan the King brings together Toronto's leading experimental and rock musicians taking punk industrial to a higher level of insanity. Kantor came up with the band concept in an asylum where he was kept after throwing blood at the Jeff Koons retrospective show in New York's Whitney Museum of American Art.

Istvan Kantor is also known as Monty Cantsin, the open-pop- star of Neoism. Kantor/Cantsin initiated the Neoist Conspiracy in 1979 in Montreal which soon became the largest revolutionary art movement around the World. Kantor produced four electro-pop vinyl LPs in the 80s and released several other CD-s through the 90s and 00s, his music changing from synth sounds to techno-industrial noise. Kantor disbanded his previous group the Red Armband last year after more than a decade of experimentation with electro-riot mashup-noise.
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