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The Lord Weird Slough Feg, Grayceon, Lesbian, Eight Bells, Krystos

ROBERT HAM
9 pm., Saturday August 03 | $10.
Ash Street Saloon
225 SW Ash St.
 
[SCI-FI METAL] The Richard Powers-meets-Frank Frazetta, Heavy Metal-esque artwork that accompanies the latest single by Slough Feg should say everything necessary regarding what this San Francisco-based metal band is all about. Well, that and the title of the A-side track: “Laser Enforcer.” The song itself is what headbangers have come to expect from this 20-plus-year-old outfit: a chugging rhythm augmented by lazer-fire sound effects and leader Michael Scalzi’s lyrical tales of down-and-dirty space exploration. Joining Slough Feg is a murderer’s row of West Coast metal talent, including Boise, Idaho, thrashers Krystos and local prog-sludge trio Eight Bells. 

Where: Ash Street Saloon
Phone: 226-0430
Address: 225 SW Ash St.
Website: www.ashstreetsaloon.com

 
 
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