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Eight Bells, the Body, Sedan, Usnea

ROBERT HAM
8 pm., Saturday March 02 | $7.
Backspace
115 NW 5th Ave.
 

[BLACKENED METAL]  Psych-rock’s loss was black metal’s gain. The music world may have stung a bit from the breakup of the great SubArachnoid Space in 2010, but the blow was cushioned instantly by the emergence of Eight Bells, featuring SAS guitarist Melynda Jackson and drummer Chris Van Huffel. This new group allows those two, along with bassist Haley Westeiner, to get even heavier than their previous outfit, but with silvery bits of spaced-out rock curling around the edges of the trio’s smoldering sound. Tonight, Eight Bells plays in celebration of its first full-length, The Captain’s Daughter, recently released on local label Seventh Rule. 



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Phone: 248-2900
Address: 115 NW 5th Ave.
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115 NW 5th Ave.
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