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Ephemeros, Hail, Shadow of the Torturer, Druden

NATHAN CARSON
8 pm., Saturday July 06 | $6.
Branx
320 SE 2nd Ave.
 
[FUNERAL DOOM] Each passing year, the limits of metal get pushed outward. Grind bands get faster, doom bands get slooooooower. Enter Ephemeros, a local group of funereal death doomsters who have collectively worked with other luminary acts from Portland’s underbelly, such as Elitist, Nux Vomica and Graves at Sea. Together with a few other acolytes of downtrodden vibes, the band has created a masterful debut album. Tonight, we celebrate the release of the nearly 40 minutes of death doom contained on All Hail Corrosion. Keep it local, keep it heavy.

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

 
 

Branx

320 SE 2nd Ave.
Portland , OR
97214
 
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