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Goths in NYC will enter the post-apocalyptic world of 'Mad Max' this Friday

On Friday, February 28, Gothic nightlife producers "City of Dark Angels" are throwing a party that will be a tribute to the infamous futuristic post-apocalyptic movie franchise "Mad Max." The first Mad Max was an action film directed by George Miller, and written by Miller and Byron Kennedy, released in 1979. It was followed by two sequels, Mad Max 2, also known as The Road Warrior, in 1981 and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome in 1985.

City of Dark Angels presents MAD MAX
City of Dark Angels presents MAD MAX

Admission is exclusive to guests ages 21 and up, and there is a $10 cover charge to enter. Holders of the New Goth City RIP Pin can get in for a discounted $8. The event will feature two floors of nonstop music and entertainment, and is to be held in the Lower East Side of New York City at Leftfield. This awesome bar and party space is located at 87 Ludlow St, between Broome Street and Delancey Street, easily accessible by the F, J, M or Z trains to Essex Street / Delancey Street.

Resident DJs of the City of Dark Angels events (V Christ, DJ Aengel, and Arch-Angel) will be spinning on the lower level. Special guest DJs will be spinning upstairs, and they include Michael T, Negrarose, and Jeffo! The pulsing sounds of Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails, Cruxshadows, Culture Club, Psyclon Nine, New Order and Blutengel are just some of what you can expect from the DJs to keep your body moving.

This event is hosted by NYC nightlife legends: Gina Divine, Venus Pain, Sir William Welles, Lady Zombie and Aimee Grasic. Photographer Joyis Pain will be on site to capture the entire evening. The ferocious and gorgeous female solo artist, Militia Vox, will be performing live.

Creative dress is encouraged for this Mad Max themed Goth night. When you're getting ready, try to embody a sense of the post-apocalyptic children and warlords from the Mad Max Universe. Attire also welcomed includes: Death Rockers, Goth/Fetish/Vamp, Cyber, Glam, Pin-Up, New Romantics, Tribal, Bellydance, Steampunk, Drag, 80s and more, to name a few. When push comes to shove, the standard go-to "sexy all black" is always acceptable.

You can RSVP on Facebook here: