Coven , BoozeLords
Sat June 25, 2022 9:00 pm (Doors: 8:00 pm )
The Southgate House Revival - Sanctuary
Ages 18 and Up
$20 adv/$25 dos
In accordance with CDC guidelines, and so that we may all enjoy live music, masks are strongly recommended when attending events at SGHR. COVID protocols will be in place.

When Relapse reissued the Pentagram back catalog, manypeople believed that American doom's patient zero hadfinally been given its due. But dig deeper, and you'll find aneven more mysterious nugget with an origin story that seemsto defy history. On the sunset eve of the sixties, as flowerpower was wilting and the winds of change blew a coldbreeze over Altamont, a Midwestern rock group called Covenstruck the first chords of major label satanic rock. But thestory is even stranger than that...Coven's debut album from 1969 kicks off with a song called"Black Sabbath." The bass player's name on that record wasOz Osborne. These coincidences are almost inexplicable,especially considering the UK album debut from the Sabbathwe all know wasn't released until February 1970.The second side of Coven's debut LP,Witchcraft DestroysMinds & Reaps Souls, features a full ritual. This is ground zerofor occult rock, and many have followed its bloody footprintsin the snow...Coven was the artistic outlet and brainchild of Jinx Dawson.She was well known for her dead serious satanic beliefs, hersuccubus beauty, and her thrilling voice. In 2019, it's derigeur to play occult-influenced rock music with dark themesand a female lead singer. In 1969, Jinx broke the mold.It is unfortunate that the Manson murders and the SatanicPanic derailed Coven's career in the early 70s (aside from anunexpected hit song with "One Tin Soldier" on the soundtrackof cult film Billy Jack). Promoters were literally terrified to givethem gigs.Times have changed, and Coven is now headlining festivalsaround the world, and sharing its enduring majesty as the world burns. 

BoozeLords an ass kicking rock and roll band from Cincinnati Ohio.