She Wants Revenge She Wants Revenge features no women, but the tales of blood and woe which flow from singer Justin Warfield would lead one to believe that the name of their band is some kind of gender-bending reference to themselves. Who do they seek vengeance against? Like their spiritual forefathers Joy Division and Depeche Mode, their darkness is aimed at even murkier targets, but that hasn’t kept the group from amassing a huge following in the wake of the success of similarly-minded outfits such as Interpol and the Bravery. “Tear You Apart,” from their self-titled debut, was massive radio hit. The onslaught continues with 2007’s This Is Forever. Is it really? Find out at the Ventura Theater on Nov. 12.
Volumen Cero Spanish-language indie rockers Volumen Cero formed in Miami in the late 1990s before relocating to Los Angeles, where they since flourished, signing with Warner Music Latina in 2001 and gaining a large following among the L.A. rock en español crowd with a tight alt-rock sound and melodies influenced by English groups such as the Cure. Guitarist Marthin Chan is a celebrity in his own right, hosting the show Indie 101 on MTV Tr3s. But the trio is more than the sum of its parts — it’s a powerful whole. Club Mercy presents another night of great rock music at Ruby’s Café in Oxnard on Nov. 14, with locals Juan Ghoma and Residuo on the bill as well.