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Before the Eyewall

PETE COTTELL
9 pm., Friday June 14 | Call venue for ticket information.
Tonic Lounge
3100 NE Sandy Blvd.
 
[INSTRUMENTAL DOOM METAL] While you weren’t looking, a small section of Interstate 70 between Indianapolis and Columbus, Ohio, became a burgeoning microcosm for metalheads who prefer their guitars tuned low and their tempos clocking in between “glacial” and “impending catastrophe.” Columbus’ Before the Eyewall constructs slow-burning psych-doom dirges that teeter between triumphant guitar heroics and bludgeoning shards of low-end, making its self-titled debut the perfect backdrop for that recurring nightmare I have about being chased across the Badlands by a roving pack of mutants straight out of a Cormac McCarthy novel. Fans of Earth, Isis, Russian Circles and Godflesh will be hypnotized within minutes.

Where: Tonic Lounge
Phone: 238-0543
Address: 3100 NE Sandy Blvd.
Website: facebook.com/TonicLoungePDX

 
 

Tonic Lounge

3100 NE Sandy Blvd.
Portland, OR
 
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