Wormhead, Samvega



Death And Taxes, Star Blue, Phaneron

Fri, February 2, 2018

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 11:30 pm)


This event is all ages

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Wormhead is an alternative rock band formed by multi-instrumentalist, singer and song writer Jeremy Cremer. Jeremy started writing and recording songs at the age of 14, drawing influences from various artists including Trent Reznor, Beck, Tori Amos, Alice in Chains, Alice Cooper, Chelsea Wolfe, Pearl Jam and Lush.

The forthcoming debut album A Beautiful Mind for Ennui was recorded in Pasadena, California. The album was produced and engineered by record producer Doug Grean (Velvet Revolver, Stone Temple Pilots) and features drums and percussion performances by Danny Thompson (Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts.) The album is to be released later in 2017. The first single “Going Nowhere” was released digitally earlier in the year. This marks as the band’s first major release.
The meaning of the word "Samvega"

"The oppressive sense of shock, dismay, and alienation that come with realizing the futility and meaninglessness of life as it's normally lived; a chastening sense of our own complacency and foolishness in having let ourselves live so blindly; and an anxious sense of urgency in trying to find a way out of the meaningless cycle"

Samvega's energy of sound is a contagious chameleon. The five piece band makes music on an art farm in Northern California, where they have created their very own brand of psychedelic, dark circus rock. They are underground artists with DIY minds, breaking music into a subway of the subconscious that tantalizes the head like a crossword puzzle on a carousel. Dealing cards of self inspection, moody angst, and soap box circus, they move along the underbelly in search of the world and take you along for the ride.

Samvega currently released their third album titled, " The King is asleep" which is available on vinyl and digitally through iTunes and Spotify.

*WARNING* Lending your head to Samvega may cause: -questions of society and self -involuntary dancing, twitching and/or head-bobbing -dreaming and/or screaming

In some cases there have been: -loss of self consciousness -hemorrhages of creativity -stimulation of mood.

*Additional studies are being conducted on the long term effects of Samvega on the brain.
Venue Information:
The Phoenix Theater
201 Washington St
Petaluma, CA, 94952