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Lecherous Gaze, P.R.O.B.L.E.M.S., Sons of Huns

NATHAN CARSON
8 pm, Sunday July 13 | $6.
The Know
2026 NE Alberta St.
 

[ROCK MELTDOWN] Former Danava bassist Zach Dellorto recently flew south to join up with Oakland garage gurus Lecherous Gaze. This was probably a really good move, since the band absolutely slays live. Strangely enough, Sons of Huns opens the show, and mainman Peter Hughes has just been announced as a new recruit to Danava. While you ponder that serpent swallowing its own tail, check out the latest LP from Lecherous Gaze, Zeta Reticuli Blues. It’s yet another installment in the group’s face-melting psych-punk-metal catalog. Imagine Chuck Berry leading the Stooges through a set of early Iron Maiden tracks and, yeah. See you there.



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