Friday 18th April
“Friday On My Mind”
Djs in the Front til 11pm (early close due to Good Friday)
til 11pm!!!!! – Front bar – Free!
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Saturday 19th April
A Gazillion Angry Mexicans + Grindhouse + Cotangent + Two Headed Dog
The people have spoken. They need two things. More Rock, and more Mexicana. Enter A Gazillion Angry Mexicans. The lads from Melbourne have just released their latest single ‘Black & Blue Blues’, taken from debut EP ‘Juan, Two, Three, Four’. From what began as the drunken ramblings shared between a local group of miscreants at a dim lit city watering hole, A Gazillion Angry Mexicans are quickly becoming one of Melbourne’s most well respected independent bands. Employing a charismatic, incendiary live show, A Gazillion Angry Mexicans have won over audiences locally and abroad, developing a reputation as one of the city’s best live bands. ‘Juan, Two, Three, Four’ is available for download through Bandcamp. They play the Reverence Hotel on Saturday June 19th with Grindhouse, Cotangent and Two Headed Dog.
8pm – Front bar – $7
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Sunday 20th April
Apart From This + Old Love + The Union Pacific + Diploid + Steve Cohen And The Motherfuckers + Employment + Battle Taco + Self Help
It’s that time of year again where you either think about jesus and your sinful life or you pack a cone and smoke ya troubles away! It’s Easter Sunday; April 20th; or 420!!! whatever you want to call it, the Reverence Hotel has a massive show on for the occasion! The huge lineup includes Apart From This, Old love, The Union Pacific, Diploid, Steve Cohen and the Motherfuckers, Employment, Battle Taco and Self Help.
6pm – Both stages – $10
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Tuesday 22nd April
Taco Tuesdays
$3 Tacos + $3 mexican beer from 6-9pm (while stocks last)
6-9pm – Front bar
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Wednesday 23rd April
MIND OUT! trivia
MIND OUT trivia returns for 2014! Tonights topic is “?????“.Reserve your table now! (03)9687 2111
7.30pm start – Front bar
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Thursday 24th April
The Hard Aches (SA) + The Flying So High-0′s + Lionizer + The Shadow League
THE HARD ACHES are finally heading off on a (semi) national tour to celebrate the launch of their debut EP “ORGANS AND AIRPORTS” available now at www.anchorhead.com.au. Coming along for part of the ride will be Perth duo LIONIZER whom are also set to release their debut EP “COME HOME” just before these shows kick off. The show hits The Reverence Hotel on Thursday 24th April with The Flying So High-O’s and The Shadow League.
8pm – Front bar – $8
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Friday 25th April
Bronson
Mason + Anient + Remzelk + Zyphoyd
There is no better way to celebrate ANZAC day and pay tribute to the memory of those that bravely sacrificed, than by standing shoulder to shoulder and speaking in one unified voice with powerful and passionate home grown talent of BRONSON, MASON, ANIENT, REMZELK and ZYPHOYD at Metal Asylum #2. A true supporter of Australia’s heavy music will be there. Are you going to be one of them? This all goes down at the Reverence hotel on Friday 25th of April
7pm! – Band room – $15
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Saturday 26th April
Virtue + Destroy She Said + Idle Fret + Sudden State
The mighty Virtue return to the Reverence Hotel with very capable support from Destroy She Said, Idle Fret and Sudden State. This is going to be one very big, loud evening of ze rock. Only ten big ones from 8pm.
8pm – Band Room – $10

Saturday 3rd May
The Naysayers + Berlin Postmark + Tequila Mockingbyrd
I ain’t gonna tell you agin…git down on yo knees and pray for deliverance sinners! No Hail Mary’s for the likes of you… you can start your penance with some punk from the Tequila Mockingbyrd, follow that wit a burst of melodic rock from Berlin Postmark and offer final contrition with some garage rock from the The Naysayers! $10 on the door will keep the preacher happy. Sat May 3rd, yes.
8pm – Front bar – $10
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Saturday 3rd May
Disasters + Old Love + Solis + Great Ape (SA) + Deadweight
One Art, Please is proud to present: The calculated noise of Melbourne’s own Disasters. The band brings forth a chaotic blend of Norma Jean’s polyrhythmic groove and Every Time I Die’s party attitude with their own unique spin. Support on the night comes from the new gloom of Old Love, who feature members of heralded acts such as To the North, Quiet Steps and Palisades. Also featured on the bill are: Solid – Total d-beat worship with a metallic crust. Great Ape (SA) – Featuring members of The Rivalry, Nighthag and God God Dammit Dammit! who knows what this amalgamation of dudes will come up with. And Deadweight – New and exciting chaos featuring dudes from In Trenches among others! Saturday May 3rd, entry is a mere $8!
8pm – Band room – $8
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Thursday 8th May
The Decline + Initials + Take Your Own + Speech Patterns
WA skate-punks The Decline are stoked to announce they’ll be unleashing a fresh 5-track EP on Good Friday and kicking off a short but party-packed national tour. Pee Records are proud to present The Decline’s fully crowd-funded, ‘Can I Borrow A Feeling?’ EP. This lap of the map see the dudes take over the Reverence front bar, lewd and loud with support from fellow flag-flying punk rockers (and Melbourne local rulers) Initials and Take Your Own. Plus punk shredders Speech Patterns all the way from Tassie. Sick line up! Kicks off at 8pm. See ya there.
8pm – Front bar – $10
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Saturday 10th May
Riflebirds + Elephant Hide + The Great Western
Riflebirds return to The Reverence for a Saturday night show on the 10th of May playing their unique style of alt, psych and country rock. Following the release of their first single ‘Easily’ in January this year, the band will be heading into the studio mid-year to record their debut album. Elephant Hide will play their original alternative rock set at 9.30pm.
Local Footscray band The Great Western – described as an indie, folksy, electric band – are on first at 8.30pm. Riflebirds at 10.30pm.
8pm – Front bar – $10
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Thursday 15th May
The Casualties (USA) + Big D And The Kids Table (USA) + Heartsounds (USA)
Hits & Pits Festival proudly presents this super sweet sideshow featuring three terrific US punk acts – The Casualties, Big D And The Kids Table and Heartsounds. The Casualties, also well into their twenties, will be in tow with nine studio albums that have influenced and paved the way for so many of the disillusioned and dispossessed. Representing Boston and known for both ferocity and tenacity is none other than Big D and the Kids Table. Not anyone’s token ska/punk band as they showed with the release of Stomp/Stroll in 2013. And Heartsounds, whose fast, melodic take on 90s skate punk influences is digestible and addictive almost making it hard to believe they find their roots in death metal. A big night that’ll no doubt sell fast, scoop up tickets stat!
7.30pm – Band room – $43 pre-sale / $50 on the door if available
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Saturday 28th June
Kujo Kings + Admiral Ackbar’s Dishonourable Discharge + Del Lago + Self Helf
We’re gonna skank the shit out of The Reverence and we’ve got some of the best helping us do it! The Kujo Kings – Absolutely sick ska legends! Admiral Ackbar’s Dishonourable Discharge – these are the droids we’re looking for. King’s Cup – High rollers, rolling on high Del Lago punk rock – Lets get drunk! Self Help – punk rock from the Westside. Gonna start the night off with a punky vibe and end with horns, beers and party dancin’ tunes! 5 dollars. Doors at 8. PICK IT UP PICK IT UP PICK IT UP!!
8pm – Front bar – $5
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