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Ash Borer, Hell, Ephemeros, and L'acephale

PETE COTTELL
9 pm, Thursday June 26 | $10.
Rotture
315 SE 3rd Ave.
 

[DRONE METAL] Reverberant ambiance may seem like an odd flourish among the bludgeoning sonics of traditional metal, but Portland’s Ash Borer makes a compelling case for the slow-burning dread of ghost notes in the framework of PacNW doom metal. Tremulous guitars swirl around battering-ram percussion like a toxic fog, slowly creeping into consciousness until the smoldering remains of feedback are all that’s left.



Where: Rotture
Phone: 234-5683
Address: 315 SE 3rd Ave.
Website: rotture.com

 
 

Rotture

315 SE 3rd Ave.
Portland, OR
 
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