Posted by Kristian Hatton
07. Nov, 2012
|November 16, 2012|
The name Useless Eaters is supposed to infer to us as beings who take up resources for no purpose. So go take yourself to consume the Tote’s amber liquid resources this Friday, as the Useless Eaters band come from Memphis, Tennesee to play their unique brand of garage punk.
For what purpose? Rock and Roll needs no purpose except for us to have a good time to, whilst we ponder the rest of our years uselessly eating stuff. Put your genrification and eating concerns to one side and just mosh.
Other bands playing here include: Red Crovvy, Ratsak and Bad Aches. Tickets can be purchased on the website for $23.50.
It would be useless for me to say anything more about another kickass rock and roll/punk gig at the Tote, be excellent to each other, and party on, dude (sic). Nothing else matters.
WHEN: Friday, 16 November, doors open 8pm
WHERE: The Tote, 71 Johnston Street, Collingwood
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