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Stage Buzz: Wednesday 13, Depeche Mode, Skinny Puppy

| November 8, 2023


Skinny Puppy

My Morning Jacket is celebrating the 20th anniversary of their critically acclaimed third album, It Still Moves by performing the album in full on their latest tour. The outing ends with a three-night stint at the Chicago Theatre starting on Thursday, November 9, with a complete performance of It Still Moves, followed by non-anniversary shows on Saturday, November 19, and Sunday, November 11.  You can still find tickets for all dates here.

The Duke of Spook Wednesday 13 is ready to haunt Chicagoland once again for a night of chills and thrills. This time, the rocker is celebrating his work with the Murderdolls with a performance of songs taken from their 2002 debut Beyond the Valley of the Murderdolls and 2010’s Women and Children Last. It all goes down at The Forge in Joliet on Saturday, November 11th at 6 PM. Tickets are still available here.

After losing founding member Andy Fletcher last year, electronic music icons Depeche Mode are carrying on as a duo. Touring in support of their excellent 15th studio album Memento Mori, Dave Gahan and Martin Gore return to Chicago to perform their latest and greatest at the United Center on Monday, November 13 at 7:30 PM. You can still find tickets here.

Forty-one years ago, Skinny Puppy helped form the genre that would become known as industrial rock. The harsh, heavy-hitting sound helped influence future bands of the genre. After releasing a string of influential albums, such as Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse, VIVIsectVI, and Too Dark Park, the band is finally calling it quits. But before they hang it up, they’re rolling into Chicago to perform what’s supposed to be their final show at the House of Blues on Monday, November 13 at 7 PM. Grab tickets here.

– Ashley Perez-Hollingsworth

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