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Uzala, Dead to a Dying World, the Siege Fire, Satanarchist

NATHAN CARSON
9 pm, Saturday July 19 | $10.
Slabtown
1033 NW 16th Ave.
 

[DARKNESS AND DOOM] Boise’s favorite children of doom return to Portland’s new home for metal. Uzala is two parts Idahoan: Darcy Nutt and Chad Remains operate tattoo parlors while crafting psychedelic metal influenced by Norse mythology. Drummer Chuck Watkins lives here in P-Town, and his bearded grin can also be found behind the kit in local supergroup Ephemeros. Along with a catalog of heavy-duty vinyl and cassette releases, Uzala brings along Dallas sextet Dead To A Dying World. DTADW marks its territory in the apocalyptic blackness with long, contemplative passages led by Eva Vonne’s violin. And while I have no idea who the opener Satanarchist is, that’s a hell of name to live up to.



Where: Slabtown
Phone: 223-0099
Address: 1033 NW 16th Ave.
Website: myspace.com/slabtownbar

 
 

Slabtown

1033 NW 16th Ave.
Portland, OR
97209
 
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