Outback Lodge

Withersoul
Published on Jun 1st, 2008
0 comments Withersoul plays Theatre Of Tragedy-style gothic rock which combines soaring female lead vocals and "cookie monster"-style metal grumbling. Also featuring In Death I Become, a metal band from the...
Hull House
Published on Jun 1st, 2008
0 comments Thrash metal
A Cosmonaut's Ruin
Published on Jun 1st, 2008
0 comments The grizzled rock of A Cosmonaut's Ruin just got even harder with the addition of Tapeworm and Cataract Camper Steve Snider on drums. Also featuring Richmond metalheads Inter Arma, hardcore punks...
Psychostick
Published on Jun 1st, 2008
0 comments Psychostick hosts a "Service Industry Professional appreciation night" at which hotel and restaurant employees get discounts on the cover and specials. Nothing says "hospitality" like a metal...
The Lee Boys
Published on May 25th, 2008
0 comments Late show by sacred steel band The Lee Boys, this week's Fridays After Five performers. The Lee Boys - Joyful Sounds [live, featuring Luther Dickinson]
Ironhead and Colossus
Published on May 24th, 2008
0 comments Ironhead usually uses their old-school metal to smack VA Beach around a bit, but this weekend they'll give the surfer dudes a break and come visit Outback instead. Also featuring Raleigh...
Phoenix Noir
Published on May 24th, 2008
0 comments Phoenix Noir is a trip-hop project from former Navel guitarist Wally Worsley. Also featuring The Sort and Harrisonburg alt-metal band Jack's Box.
Black Skies
Published on May 24th, 2008
0 comments Black Skies are modern-day Chapel Hill's answer to Sabbath, a dark metal trio who live by the creed "soft rock is an oxymoron." Also featuring Caltrop and The Unholy Four.
Switched On
Published on May 23rd, 2008
0 comments 'Nuff said...
Blueground Undergrass
Published on May 23rd, 2008
0 comments Cleverly-named little bluegrass ensemble featuring Reverend Jeff Mosier of Aquarium Rescue Unit.
Big Bobby and the Nightcaps
Published on May 19th, 2008
0 comments Big Bobby plays garage punk. Also featuring Thee Fine Lines and The Traditional Fools, who will mostly deliver more of the same. Big Bobby and the Nightcaps - Did Me Wrong
Synthetic Division
Published on May 19th, 2008
1 comments Local author Shawn Decker's synthpop duo takes the lead for the waning of the Dawning – the goth club has been a local institution for years, but it's wrapping up for good after tonight....
Cyanotic Revelation
Published on May 12th, 2008
0 comments Gothic alternative metal. Also featuring Property and Kotonashi.
One Slack Mind
Published on May 12th, 2008
0 comments One Slack Mind plays nasty, detuned hard rock. Also featuring Chalkline Beauty and Sciatic.
Test Patterns
Published on May 10th, 2008
1 comments Guitarist and vocalist Yago of Pittsburgh indie rock quartet the Test Patterns is an alum of Gito Gito Hustler, the Japanese chick-rock band responsible for that now-legendary show at Atomic...
The Dexateens
Published on May 10th, 2008
0 comments If the Southern rock of the Dexateens can't make the Outback floors rumble on its own, surely Richmond's Palominos and our own Bobby St. Ours can lend a hand. The Dexateens - Kid Palominos -...
Thismeansyou
Published on May 10th, 2008
0 comments Prepare for an evening of metal with local wonders Thismeansyou, who are undoubtedly the best distortion-slingers in Jefferson's Virginia. Also featuring the Day Of The Beast and Dreaming Of Eden...
Once Was
Published on Apr 24th, 2008
0 comments These local high school rockers are fronted by John Anderson, the younger brother of breaking major label pop-rockers Sparky's Flaw. Also featuring pop from Lynchburg by way of The Kase Project and...
Voltaire
Published on Apr 24th, 2008
0 comments Goth musicians are nothing new for the Outback Lodge, but Voltaire is a 41-year-old college professor from New York in his makeup-free life. The fact that it's his real name is probably the...
Digital Frontier
Published on Apr 21st, 2008
0 comments Digital Frontier plays techno jamband tunes all the way from the year 2006. The show kicks off with 4D Rock!, who always force their enthusiasm upon us with that darned exclamation point.