Photo essay: The Warlock Pinchers @ the Gothic TheatreBy John Moore | January 3rd, 2011 | 2 comments
Blood and pancakes. Both served hot. That was the menu for the Warlock Pinchers’ messy, black-and bruising, kissy-kissy New Year’s Eve rock-out at the Gothic Theatre where, yes — pancakes were fried up on the stage and handed out. Not for eating, but for throwing.
The Pinchers are Denver’s legendary local rap-infused satire punk band from the late ’80s. The Dec. 31 slopathon (featuring D.C. Creepy-O, Dale Crover, on drums), capped off a year that saw the band’s first reunion shows in 20 years.
The evening began with a set by Il Cattivo, during which guitarist Holland Evan Rock-Garden played through a bloody (and getting bloodier) cut hand.
The night included audio/video mashups by Bobby C Sound TV, and a special DJ set by 3KSK as MegaJive.
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