BORIS “Amplifier Worship Service”
Sat Sep 28 8:00 pm
All Ages
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BORIS “Amplifier Worship Service” 
performing Amplifier Worship in its entirety 
with special guest Starcrawler



In 2024, Boris will undergo a tour performing all the songs off their first album. We have already reached a
quarter-century since the release of that 1st album, “Amplifier Worship”. Boris has been in constant pursuit
of their own ideal “heavy” since their formation in 1992. From the outset they became like a chimera,
evolving at a rapid pace, establishing a unique style with extreme downtuning and megavolume. Their
broad sense of “Heavy Rock” swelled grotesquely, as it engulfed powerviolence, ambient and drone, with
a trance component of krautrock and so on.
From Tokyo to the world, Boris spread out from the underground community to have their name become
more widely known. Five years after their formation, Boris went deep into the beyond of heavy music to
make their first album, one that can be said to be a palace constructed in unexplored realms. However, the
album by no means serves as a peaceful "end" or resting place/"gravestone" for those compositions.
Rather, it was a map to the “beyond” that Boris drew up at the time, a blueprint pointing to the future. 25
years after the release of "Amplifier Worship", that guidance has been revealed: a full length tour for
performing all of the songs on the album in a double-drum-format Drone Set.
As a pioneering effort in Drone Metal, a palace under the name of "Amplifier Worship" was constructed and
revealed as both a point of departure as well as a destination. Amplified oscillations and volume, going from
anguish to pleasure and back, being in fear as well as in awe at what can be called heavy— we venture
into this palace of worship together.
For this tour Boris are taking along Starcrawler, a band that intensifies the prayer of rock 'n' roll. This only

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Starcrawler are a rock band for a new generation. Best known for their explosive live shows, the 5-piece band consists of full-throttle frontwoman Arrow De Wilde, guitarist Henri Cash and brother Bill Cash on pedal steel/guitar, drummer Seth Carolina, and bassist Tim Franco. With two studio albums under their belts, their upward trajectory continues to roll full steam ahead in 2022 with the release of their brand-new single, “Roadkill.” Fully leaning into their own epic vision of a contemporary Hollywood Babylon, they’ve morphed into a modern day take on LA legends X, with a sprinkle of The Go-Go’s, a smattering of The Distillers and some Rolling Stones sleaze thrown in for good measure

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