Electro-punks Mindless Self Indulgence will be playing St. Andrew’s Hall on Wednesday, April 2 in support of the new Fuck Machine remix album.
The band has also put out an anime music video for the song “Fuck Machine,” which can be seen here:
According to a press release, “Fans will be wise to catch the band on this tour as MSI’s supreme leader Jimmy Urine recently announced via the band’s Facebook page, After the run in March we are taking a hiatus from touring. Who knows when or if we will come to your town again, and I don’t want to hear you bitching about it!.
“Mindless Self Indulgence formed in New York City in 1997 and quickly made their mark with an indefinable hybrid sound that portended a lot of rock music to come. MSI has released four studio albums to date, cracked the Top 5 on Billboard’s Dance chart seven times (with four #1’s!) performed with the likes of Rammstein, Linkin Park, System of a Down, My Chemical Romance and The Dresden Dolls, and maintains an intense, devout global fan base through constant international touring and energetic live performances.”
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