Scott Kelly (Neurosis) And John Baizely (Baroness) NZ Tour
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|Fri 3 Feb ’12, 8:00pm||
Where: San Francisco Bath House, 171 Cuba St, Te Aro, Wellington
- Adult presales: $35.00
- Booking fees may apply
Event listed by: SFBH
Open from 4pm, doors 9pm.
$35 pre-sales from (more on the door):
...and physical tickets from: Slow Boat Records
Daily/evening drink deals available.
San Fran have a real treat for you: Two US metallers gone solo, California's Scott Kelly best known as founding member of Neurosis and prominent artist John Baizely from Baroness, are teaming up and as part of their tour will be performing at Wellington's finest venue. These guys are two undisputed legendary pioneers of all things progressive, metal, and doom!
Scott Kelly (Neurosis / USA)
Hailing from Oakland, California, and making his mark on music way back in 1985 as one of three founding members of the legendary North American hardcore / metal band Neurosis, Scott Kelly has influenced a whole generation of musicians wanting to take heavy music into new realms of consciousness. Over the years Scott has also been involved with the Neurosis alter ego Tribes of Neurot, Blood and Time, the doom metal super group Shrinebuilder, and as a guest vocalist on Mastodons last four studio albums.
John Baizley (Baroness / USA)
As the axe swinging vocalist, and founding member, of Savannah, Georgia, heavy weights of modern metal Baroness, John Baizley has single-handedly rewritten the law book that was once written by the likes of Neurosis, and become the new crowning king of artistically creditable progressive metal.
The benchmark he’s set as a musician is unquestionable, the impact he’s made is unmatched, and the quality of his work has become legendary! As an Australian first, not to mention a World first, John Baizley will be unplugging his millions of guitar pedals, packing up his full stack, and dusting off the acoustic he once left in the corner of the Baroness rehearsal room, to tour New Zealand and Australia as a solo artist.
With no solo releases of any respect to preview his material, the only way fans are going to get to hear his solo material will be at these exclusive solo shows.