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Usnea, Lycus, Hungers, Satyress

NATHAN CARSON
8 pm, Wednesday July 09 | 8 pm
The Know
2026 NE Alberta St.
 

[DOOM METAL] It’s fitting to pair Usnea and Lycus. Both bands are young, championing a fresh, thoroughly West Coast approach to doom metal. Both have also recently signed to the Relapse label. The differences are slight. Usnea hails from Portland and infuses its doom with a psychedelia that manages to rather brilliantly avoid devolving into post-rock territory. Lycus is from the East Bay, and keeps things blackened, occasionally blasting into feral, wintry musical landscapes. Opening the show is the far more traditional, swinging blues-doom act Satyress, whose vocalist, Jamie LaRose, is prepping a move to Virginia. See them while you can.



Where: The Know
Phone: 473-8729
Address: 2026 NE Alberta St.
Website: www.theknowbar.com

 
 

The Know

2026 NE Alberta St.
Portland, OR
97211
 
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