News•October 16, 2022 11:01 AM ET•8,403 views
Botch plays surprise show in Seattle last night, first live show in 20 years.
The event was part of a birthday party for Botch producer Matt Bayles
Botch released their first new song in 20 years less than two months ago and last night Brian Cook, David Knudson, Tim Latona, and Dave Verellen surprised attendees of Matt Bayles's (Botch producer) birthday event with their apperance. The birthday event previously had These Arms Are Snakes and Sandrider scheduled to play, however, the Botch camp showed up and wowed everyone with their first live performance in 20 years.
Yesterday also marked the 20th anniversary of Botch's An Anthology of Dead Ends.
Here is hoping for more of this in the future!
Below are some clips of the surprise set:
THE VANFLIP PODCAST:
EP: #086 Alexander Jones of Undeath
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