The video below was shared by quite a few people in my Facebook feed yesterday, but if you missed it or just want to see it again, I encourage you to check it out below. It is a music video about an original music venue in Montgomery, Ala. called Head on the Door. It was created by a very good friend of mine, Hillary Andrews of Ah Ha Designs.
And speaking of Head on the Door, there are two great shows going on this weekend there that you should plan to attend.
On Friday, Hail the Titans are having our 100th show. Our friends in R_Garcia (from Atlanta) are opening, and I hear that Aaron from Nigredo will be filling in on bass duties for Mr. Garcia that night.
On Saturday, The Hard Gospel is making their debut with NO and The Most Amazing Century of Science (from Nashville). The Hard Gospel features members from Weak Music For Thomas and Man vs. Plague (Mr. Zane Tremontana, Hail the Titans’ guitar tech extraordinaire) and NO features the very talented trio of Jeff and Vonda McLeod and Glenn Grant.
If you’re in or near the Atlanta area on Saturday, you really need to be at 529 starting at 3 p.m. (Eastern.) The Hijacking Music Festival features 10 bands on two stages. So much good music in one place – Hail the Titans, Nigredo, Jungol, Psychedubasaurus Rex, Swank Sinatra, the Sneaky Hand, Tricil, Cusses, Hanzelle and Fine Peduncle. See the promo video below:
And there is a band from New Mexico that I’ve posted about before, but I’ve been listening to them a lot the past few days. The Coma Recovery, whose album “Goddverb” can be found through Deep Elm Records. It’s well worth the $5.