We've had our fair share of Monotonix geek-outs in the past year or so. So let me apologize in advance: We're gonna do it again. Like clockwork, yes. But, dammit, because it's fun. Need a refresher? Check the photgraphic evidence (not all as gross as above, not all safe for work either, though) from the band's last Denton stop right here.
So, yeah, we'll be there tomorrow night when the band stops through for a gig at Rubebr Gloves in Denton on a bill with Harlem and The Uptown Bums.
Wanna join us? Thanks to DHS Entertainment, the company bringing you tomorrow night's show, we've got two pairs of tickets to hand out to two lucky DC9 readers. Could one of them be you? Sure, if you're one of the first two to email me right now with the phrase "I once thought I had mono for an entire year; turned out I was just really bored" in the subject line. Good luck!
Update: Contest is over. Congrats to our winners.
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