Sun, Mar 17

Death Lens

Total Cult, Deth Rali
Show: 8:00 pm Doors: 7:00 pm
All Ages
Death Lens

Death Lens is an alternative/punk band from East Los Angeles, CA comprised of Bryan Torres, Matt Silva, Jhon Reyes, and Eduardo Contreras. They have been a punk staple in LA for years playing numerous sold out shows around the city and Souther California, doing a split EP with The Frights and opening for Enjoy, Together Pangea, Cherry Glazerr, Sad Girl and many more. With their 2022 album ‘No Luck’, the band expanded their sound to a new place. Inspired by the turmoil and racial injustice of 2020, Death Lens set out to make an honest album that encapsulates the anxieties and hardships of life, while ultimately conveying a positive message that there is light at the end of the tunnel. They are living proof of this themselves. Growing up as minorities in a place with constant harassment by police and heavy gang violence, their path could have gone another way, but they’ve chosen positivity and strive to be a light for their communities, their fans and each other. Since releasing the album in early 2022, Death Lens have been continuously reaching new heights. They performed at Treefort Fest, toured around the country with Militarie Gun and Together Pangea, are one of the most played bands on SiriusXM Faction Punk, were added to huge playlists on Spotify and Apple Music, confirmed syncs in MTV’s Ridiculousness and EA's NHL Video Game, and sold out two headline shows at The Echo in their hometown. 2023 is shaping up to be their biggest year yet with very exciting announcements coming soon. Stay tuned.

Total Cult
Deth Rali
Deth Rali is the sonic world of Denver-based artist Jay Maike. Like the frenetic waltz of a carefree sojourner, Deth Rali moves from musical idioms, genres, and tastes while finding a sweet spot in their vaporwave-adjacent pop music. Fusing serenely nostalgic melodies with hypnotic elements of psychedelic rock, dream pop, and even thrash-worthy riffs one might headbang at a devil’s pep rally, Deth Rali’s sound and message is defined by its non-conformity and willingness to challenge musical and political orthodoxy… whichever side it comes from.