THIS WILL DESTROY YOU [US] + The Ocean [DE] + Lost In Kiev [FR] | PTR L’Usine Genève

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Date(s) - October 12, 2023
7:00 p.m. - 11:45 p.m.

Post Tenebras Rock - L'Usine


Price (CHF): ENTRANCE: 30.- Prelocs: 25.- PTR members: 20.- 20ans/20francs: 23.-


This Will Destroy You is a band from Texas who compose long atmospheric instrumental pieces using a variety of guitar effects and dynamic changes. They incorporate influences such as shoegaze, ambient, doom metal and post-rock into their sound. The band haven't toured Europe since 2018 – indeed, their last major tour was in 2014 (a short tour followed in 2016), so many cities await the band's return. Earlier this year, Chris King and Jeremy Galindo announced that, for the first time in 15 years, they were working on new music with founding band member Raymond Brown (along with Christopher Gaylor), who completes the band on drums. .

After a six-month world tour, Berlin atmospheric post metal band The Ocean (Collective) return with the sequel to their critically acclaimed double album Phanerozoic. With Holocene, The Ocean closes its series of albums inspired by paleontology, and goes into high gear by moving towards the electronic world while redefining heaviness. Founded at the turn of the millennium, the band led by guitarist Robin Staps shows no signs of slowing down, even with more than 20 years under its belt. Gathered around a common vision of limitless sound exploration and relentless heaviness, they have acquired a formidable reputation within the post rock, post metal, progressive metal and hardcore scenes.

Lost in kyiv
Lost in kyiv is a French post-rock group created in 2007 in Paris to hone an instrumental post-rock inspired by Red Sparowes, Explosions In The Sky, Tang or Radiohead.
A few rounds of observation and this family sets about adapting its repertoire to the influences of newcomers (Cult Of Luna, Amen Ra, Daïtro) and goes on to perform a few concerts alongside more than recommendable headliners like Rosetta, Maybeshewill or Listener .
Made of light and instrumental metal, the Parisians' compositions can be embedded on many levels, whether we want to be contemplative when they stretch the riffs and repeat them, or whether we prefer to emphasize the tension when the sounds become blurred and agitated. We can even add a feeling of unease when the electronics blow the cold on a rhythm that is nevertheless warm. Lost in kyiv takes great pleasure in destabilizing the listener, in not simplifying life and playing on breakups.


Prelocs: 25.-
PTR members: 20.-
20 years/20 francs: 23.-

From 16 years old
Children under 16 must be accompanied by a legal guardian or an adult with a power of attorney signed by the legal guardian.

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