spellbound_dc (spellbound_dc) wrote in gothpromo,

Get your tickets soon!

The Creators of Alchemy & Spellbound invite you to:

The second big event at Town DanceBoutique
DC's newest and largest venue hosts:
Unspeakable! A Night of Horror!

Thursday June 19th
Doors open at 8pm
18+ with proper ID

Town DanceBoutique
2009 8th Street NW
Washington, DC 20009
(corner of 8th & U streets)

London After Midnight brings their "Un-American" Tour to our Nation's Capitol in celebration of their newest release "Violent Acts of Beauty". The first official tour in a decade, fans who've already attended the first shows have already said it was well worth the wait. The 10,000 fans at the Wave Gothic Treffen festival can't be wrong! This will be London After Midnight's first visit to DC, and we know it's going to be an incredible show you won't want to miss!

We're also pleased to have The Dark Clan joining the stage on June 19th.
The Dark Clan, created by Dan Clark (well-known for his dynamic stage presence and blazing live performances as a member of bands like Null Device, and Stromkern) is a guitar driven good time!
With regular club play, a few of The Dark Clan's song's such as "Beauty", "Lestat in Cuba" and the newest "The Vampire Wore White" should be familiar to the dance floor junkies out there.

Unspeakable! will also be hosting DJs to feed your dancing addiction:
DJ Steve Archer  (Ego Likeness, Spellbound)
DJ Strange    (Wasteland, Medusa Productions)
DJ Shade      (Alchemy, Spellbound)
DJ Dirty B      (Alchemy, Chronos)
DJ 2501        (Alchemy, Chronos)

Remember kiddies.....muahahahahaha!  Unspeakable! is truly a night of horror!

We'll have a wandering team of zombies at the venue provided by Darkstone Entertainment.
And we'll giving two lucky attendees the chance to "get zombified" by a professional makeup artist. Details for entering the Zombie contest are available on the website.

Unspeakable! will feature a horror-themed costume contest too, with cash and prizes for the winners!

Darkstone Entertainment, the producers of the Skeleton Key films, will be on hand giving sneak peaks at the latest in the series, Skeleton Key 3.
The will have a table full of DVDs and movie-related items for sale.  Darkstone will also be promoting their ambitious new project Plan 9, a total remake of Ed Wood, Jr.'s Plan 9 from Outer Space.
Also with them will be actress Monique Dupree, who has appeared in such B horror classics as Bikini Bloodbath Christmas and Cottonmouth. Seriously, what's a night of horror without a scream queen?

Troma Entertainment, masters of over-the-top gore, will be giving us a full look at their brand new film Poultrygeist, and will also have a full line of wares for sale.

Kevin Sean Michaels, creator of Vampria: The Movie, will be on hand promoting his film and speaking to fans.

Steven Archer, when not in the DJ booth, will have his artwork on display. He'll be proudly showing some of his newest pieces created from the recent collaboration with Weird Tales Magazine. 

Speaking of Artwork...some say he's scary, but truth be told...the DC Scene's very own Eric Dunn a.k.a. Slash, is one talented man. He'll be adding to the mayhem, and showing off his artwork as well.

Weird Tales Magazine will also be on hand to talk about their latest projects. 
Stephen H. Segal is the editorial and creative director of Weird Tales, the very first fiction magazine dedicated to dark fantasy, strange horror and other stories of the unique and bizarre.
Originally founded in 1923, Weird Tales launched the careers of H.P. Lovecraft ("The Call of Cthulhu"), Robert E. Howard ("Conan the Barbarian"), Ray Bradbury ("The Illustrated Man"), and Robert Bloch ("Psycho"), to name just a few. Its legendary cover artist Margaret Brundage was the 1930s-era predecessor of today's goth-fetish fashion designers. The magazine was resurrected in the 1980s and has featured the work of Stephen King, Tanith Lee, Caitlin R. Kiernan and Thomas Ligotti. And this year, Weird Tales' 85th anniversary, marks the exciting debut of a new look, a new team of cutting-edge artists and writers, and several new online projects including "The 85 Weirdest Storytellers of the Past 85 Years" and Steven Archer's "365 Days of Blasphemous Horrors."

$15 in advance /  $20 at the door
Tickets are available online at: 
Groove Tickets
At Town's box office on Friday & Saturday nights
Spellbound every Saturday night - 1823 L Street NW
And at Midnight on Saturday night - 1707 L Street NW

We suggest you get your tickets as soon as possible.
DC is the only show on the eastern seaboard between NY and Atlanta. And the DC show is BEFORE the show in NY. There will be quite a few people crossing many a state line to attend this event. Tickets are already selling online, so don't wait too long!


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