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Tuscoma Album Release


Fri 3 Jul 2020, 8:00pm

Where: Valhalla, 154 Vivian Street, Wellington

Restrictions: R18


Tuscoma released an album called Discourse during this ridiculous pandemic.

This album was recorded in the trendy cool hip place of Mount Maunganui - being hip fucks as we are we thought a hip guy like Chris can join this very hip experience! As Deafheaven are the total GCs of hipness. It was totally top secret that Craig from Glassblower asked who this hip dude was at the Wolves show.

Tuscoma sat at home knowing that this Wellington show was going to be the end of a 6 week tour. But in turn thinking of those we'll earned Chinese buffets and kebab feeds they have missed out on!! Driving from city to city around Europe and UK is what we love to do and aim for as a band and also making a great fucking racquet for you. But hey Wellington will now be the first so let's party.

The shittiest thing though is the delayed process 'shipping from Poland ohh my god' - many people have purchased the record and we are grateful (thank you for ya patience). We still haven't received the test press, let's hope it kicks ass.

On this night we will have two special kick ass local bands of who are very good mates. Glassblower and Altar of Achlys.

Glassblower are a grindpunk band from Wellington ,New Zealand. With extremely aggressive and politically driven lyrics screamed over punishing chainsaw riffs along with chaotic and unrelenting drums. Glassblower are as DIY as they come, believing in strong work ethic and putting on the most uncompromising show every time they play.

Altar Of Achlys are a Black Metal outfit combining together post-metal, black metal, and shoegaze music to create massive walls of sound with wailing discordant lyrics. A melancholic experience filled with blasting rhythms and wailing guitars serves to create an atmospheric show.

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