Just in time for the last days of a dark, dark year, AquaLamb announces the Krampus Holiday Stream bringing the sweet sounds of the abyss to bad kids who know what’s good for them.
Presented by St. Vitus Bar and Revolver, the stream goes live on Saturday December 26th at 7 PM EST.
Hosted by Chris Enriquez, the Krampus Holiday Stream features live performances by Cleveland’s lush doom rockers Frayle, plus the crushing nihilism of Brooklyn’s Burning Tongue, soulful macabre from Nathaniel Shannon & The Vanishing Twin, and singer-songwriter Zeb Gould’s haunting gloom folk.
Check Frayle out below
The stream will be hosted by St. Vitus Bar and powered by VEEPS interactive streaming platform. All ticket holders have on-demand access to the stream and can replay the show anytime for 48 hours.
Ticket buyers also get exclusive access to tiered, limited-edition merchandise, including a limited-edition ST. VITUS KRAMPUS t-shirt and poster designed by legendary Branca Studios.
Tickets can be purchased HERE
Taking cues from old-school variety shows like Headbanger’s Ball and 120 Minutes, the Krampus Holiday Stream features live performances from a variety of locations including St. Vitus Bar, The House of Willis, an abandoned funeral home mansion in Cleveland and an upstate New York cabin, intercut with videos from Lo-Pan, Spylacopa, Skryptor, Black Black Black, Descender, Murderedman and the Space Merchants.
Aqualamb founders Johnathan Swafford and Eric Palmerlee said of the event, “Every year, in every city, there are day-after holiday shows, where people run away from their families to get together with old friends and enjoy live music, booze, and friends at their local establishment. Since that can’t happen this year, we worked with St. Vitus Bar and several producers, videographers, mixers, and engineers, including Mario Quintero (Spotlights), James Brown (Foo Fighters, Ghost, NIN), to put together a show stream that people could rock out to safely from the comfort of their homes.”
St. Vitus Bar partner George Souleidis said, “Let’s put the SATAN in SANTA!”