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Carcass, Black Dahlia Murder, Gorguts, Bastard Feast

NATHAN CARSON
6 pm., Sunday March 30 | $25 advance, $28 day of show.
Roseland Theater
8 NW 6th Ave.
 
[DECIBEL TOUR] Once upon a time, four lads from Liverpool began writing their own songs and created a sound the world couldn’t ignore. In this version of the story, those boys were fans of gory horror movies and, after perusing a nurse’s dictionary, named themselves Carcass, gave songs titles like “Excoriating Abdominal Emanation” and basically pioneered the grindcore genre. The group received radio support from John Peel, released a series of cult albums on the Earache label and folded in 1995. During its absence, Carcass had an inestimable influence on the melodic death-metal scene, and now, the band is back out on the road. It’s quite an event to see the reunited Carcass in Portland, as Seattle is the closest they’ve come since ripping La Luna way back in 1994.

Where: Roseland Theater
Phone: 224-2038
Address: 8 NW 6th Ave.
Website: www.doubletee.com/rose_schedule.shtml

 
 
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