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Watain, In Solitude, Tribulation

NATHAN CARSON
8 pm., Wednesday October 23 | $16.50 advance, $20 day of show.
Hawthorne Theatre
1507 SE 39th Ave.
 
[SATANIC METAL] There is no denying Sweden’s Watain has become the world’s premiere theatrical black-metal band. With brutal, classic riffage and a stage show that includes animal carcasses and enough leather and spikes to intimidate Manowar, Watain is delivering a show to the 21st-century underground that would make Kiss proud. But the heavy-metal buzz du jour on this bill is provided by In Solitude, a young Swedish band that treads in classic metal pastures; think Mercyful Fate, but less flamboyant. If Graveyard and Witchcraft don’t employ quite enough crunch, In Solitude may be the poison you’ve been seeking.

Where: Hawthorne Theatre
Phone: 233-7100
Address: 1507 SE 39th Ave.
Website: www.hawthornetheater.com

 
 

Hawthorne Theatre

1507 SE 39th Ave.
Portland, OR
97214
 
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