Published Sep 24, 2007"Were See You Next Tuesday, and were all gay according to Lambgoat. Despite spawning a set-long assault of Lambgoat.com-related heckling, relative new schoolers See You Next Tuesday were a definite crowd-pleaser, warming up the tight confines of lower Manhattans Knitting Factory with their ADD-inspired grind, wrapping up a short set with "8 Dead, 9 If You Count The Fetus. The always-bizarre and amazing Daughters followed, with singer Alexis Marshall doing his level best to rub spit in the face of anyone who didnt move out of the way fast enough. Opening with "Fiery, Daughters slipped four songs off of Canada Songs into their set, including "Fur Beach and "I Slept With the Daughters After cries of "Play more Canada Songs! Marshall responded with: "If you wanna hear Canada Songs, go home and put on the record. We already played all the good stuff off it. The simple greeting "Hi, were Coalesce, was enough for the by-then packed house, which erupted as soon as the opening riffs of "Have Patience were ground out of guitarist Jes Steinegers Stratocaster. Though vocalist Sean Ingrams vocals were sometimes hard to hear above the cacophony, the crowd more than made up for it, as the band blazed through a career-spanning set list, including "Cowards.com, "Blend As Well, "One On the Ground and "You Cant Kill Us All. In addition to showcasing both new songs from the Salt and Passage seven-inch "Son of Man and "I Am This Sean Ingram, assisted by a megaphone, remarked to the audience: "No one knows this, but were really a cover band, which was followed by Coalesce breaking into covers of Fugazi and Janis Joplins "Voodoo Child both sounding fantastic after having been given sludgy, crushing makeovers. Closing the night with "73-C, Coalesce proved that they havent yet let age dull their brutal edge, and New York was glad to welcome them back.