2010 Aug

Gothicfest and re:Birth Pictures

Category: Pictures

We had a great time playing our first shows in Europe last week, and are looking forward to playing again overseas soon! We’ve put together a small set of pictures from the shows in the Netherlands and Belgium. Check out the full set here.

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2010 Jun

re:Birth Live

Category: Live Shows

After we play at Gothicfest 2010 on July 30th, we’ll be heading down to Belgium with our friends from Dismantled to play the grand opening of the new club night, re:Birth at The Frontline in Gent. If you’re anywhere in the area, come check it out! It’s going to be a fun show.

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2010 Apr

Gothicfest 2010

Category: Live Shows

We’ve just been confirmed to play Gothicfest 2010 this summer in Steenwijk, Netherlands. Skinny Puppy is headlining, and there’s a slew of other very cool bands including Mindless Faith, Destroid, Angelspit, and Dismantled.

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2010 Feb

WGTF Store Grand Opening

Category: Misc

The WGTF Online Store has just gone live! There’s a few cool items in there that you can’t find anywhere else – signed copies of Blunt Force Volume, the leftovers of our promotional 12″ vinyl single for Bludgeon, and groovy WGTF t-shirts. Check it out!

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2010 Jan

Happy 2010!

Category: Misc,Pictures

2009 was a whirlwind year for everyone in the WGTF camp. Lots of great shows, lots of new friends, and lots of amazing feedback for Blunt Force Volume. We owe a huge thanks to everyone that helped spread the word over the past year – friends, fans, djs, promoters, all the music sites, and most of all Breda from Spiralchords who led the charge. Here’s to another great year, hopefully bringing us closer to a town near you…

Some of the magazines and compilations featuring WGTF in 2009

Ollie and Breda (Spiralchords Music), hanging out in Berlin


2009 Oct

:RUINA: Show Pics

Category: Pictures

Better late than never, right? The San Francisco stop of the Psyclon Nine / Imperative Reaction :RUINA: tour at DNA Lounge was packed, and it was awesome to be part of such a big event, burning drumkits and all. There’s lots of cool photos floating around – if you want to see more, check out the galleries by Geoffrey Smith II and John Adams.

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