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Eyehategod, Stoneburner, Sioux, Dead by Dawn

NATHAN CARSON
9 pm., Thursday April 24 | $18.
Branx
320 SE 2nd Ave.
 
[SLUDGE KINGS] This will be New Orleans doom merchant Eyehategod’s first stop in Portland since the passing of drummer Joey Lacaze. Though his mighty swing will be missed, young replacement Aaron Hall is getting rave reviews for filling his shoes. The band will issue a self-titled album next month—its first disc of all new material in 14 years—the last musical statement of Lacaze on the drum throne. Eyehategod has weathered tragedy with renewed vigor, turning its sights back on the U.S. after several European trips. Main support is provided by local heavy heroes Stoneburner, whose brand new Neurot album, Life Drawing, dropped on April 15.

Where: Branx
Phone: 234-5683
Address: 320 SE 2nd Ave.
Website: http://myspace.com/branxpdx

 
 

Branx

320 SE 2nd Ave.
Portland , OR
97214
 
Open show nights only, hours vary.
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