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Bastard Feast, Cold Blue Mountain, Rolling Through the Universe

8 pm., Saturday January 18 | Contact venue for pricing details.
The Know
2026 NE Alberta St.
 
[UNLEASH THE BASTARDS] The members of Portland’s Elitist weren’t thrilled to learn they shared a moniker with another band. Their brand of blackened hardcore is a far cry from the Californians with the same name, the latter fitting snuggly into a Hot Topic playlist. So early last year, the Portlanders changed their name to Bastard Feast, putting an end to any confusion. The band’s 2011 album, Fear in a Handful of Dust, is a Frankenstein’s monster of metal: a torso of hardcore stitched together with various limbs of black, death and doom. We’ll also be getting a new album this year—as soon as they can find a title brutal enough to accommodate it.

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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