EVA O: Performing At Fundraiser

Cult Epics Presents ‘Rozz Williams Tribute’ Documentary Fundraiser in Hollywood March 15

Eva O, Gitane Demone, Symbolism (feat. Christian Death’s Rikk Agnew, James McGearty, Body Count’s Vincent Prince) to Perform

(Los Angeles, CA / March 4, 2024) – Renowned art film distribution brand Cult Epics announces a special live musical event on Friday, March 15, ‘Rozz Williams Tribute’, to help raise funds for the development of an upcoming documentary about the late goth rock iconoclast, who took his own life in 1998.

The site’s founder/curator, Nico B, who famously directed the notorious Christian Death frontman in the 1998 short film Pig, which the director will screen during the event, will treat fans to performances from Williams’ former wife and musical collaborator Eva O, as well as Symbolism (featuring Christian Death’s Rikk Agnew and James McGearty, London May of Samhain, Devix Szell of The Banishment and special guest guitarist Vincent Price of Body Count), Gitane Demone and Paul Roessler performing selections from their new album New Young Kings of Midnight.

“We are so pleased to present this extraordinary tribute to Rozz Williams 26 years after his death to honor his legacy as a pioneering artist in the post-punk goth rock movement, with whom I had the pleasure of co-directing Pig,” says Nico B of the highly anticipated event. “His musical vision not only earned him reverence during his lifetime, but he also continues to inspire new generations of fans to this day.”

‘Rozz Williams Tribute’ is set to take place at the Masonic Lodge of the Hollywood Forever Cemetery at 7:00pm (6:00pm for VIP ticket holders – limited to 20 people – with perks such as a tour of Williams’ memorial site and cenotaph, meet & greet with band members during soundcheck and rare opportunity to have collectible items signed), with tickets available exclusively at Ticketweb.com.

DJ Dave Bats will keep the music flowing throughout the event, creating a reflective and honoring ambiance as fans celebrate and remember Williams’ life, and specially-designed t-shirts, posters and artist exclusives will also be available for purchase at the event.

To learn more about Nico B and Cult Epics, visit CultEpics.com.


Cult Epics, founded in Amsterdam in 1991 and now based in Los Angeles, is a film distribution company that specializes in controversial art films with a cult following. The first works Cult Epics acquired for distribution included The Exotic Dances of Bettie PageHenry: Portrait of a Serial KillerCannibal Holocaust and Tokyo Decadence.

In 1998, Nico B, the company’s founder, moved to the US and continued acquiring rights and releasing cult movies on video in the art-house, horror and erotica genres, specializing in the work of such directors as Walerian Borowczyk, Tinto Brass, Jean Genet, Fernando Arrabal, Rene Daalder, Abel Ferrara, Radley Metzger, and Irving Klaw, among others.

Cult Epics has released over 150 rare mainstream and underground cult films in North America, with its films screened at prestigious venues such as the Lincoln Center and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. In addition to running Cult Epics, Nico B is also an acclaimed filmmaker who has directed avant-garde films such as Pig and Bettie Page: Dark Angel.  To learn more, visit CultEpics.com.

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