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Fans sporting tattoos, beanies, backwards hats and dark clothing crowded into the Pageant ready for a sold-out Deftones show. Never have I seen (in recent memory) so many sleeved-up men and women. It made my own tattoos (also on display) seem oddly normal, their counter-culture aspect weirdly nullified by the inky surroundings.

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Thursday, 02 May 2013 12:00

The Midnight Ghost Train 5/2/13

With open guitar notes like the click-clack of a southbound freighter, the Midnight Ghost Train erupts into each of its Delta blues-metal epics with a relentless single-mindedness: hard, fast and loud.

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Single file, in darkness, Meshuggah, the titans of metal and originators of djent, seized the stage; en masse, in black, the crowd was baptized.

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On its first show of three, the Urge sold out the Pageant and provided a wild evening of ska-punk, reggae, sweat and booze.

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Last night at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, theatricality was the name of the game as The Tour 2012, featuring Mötley Crüe and KISS, played to an electrified crowd.

Published in Music News

The one and only Buckethead packed the house Thursday night at 2720 Cherokee, with opening local duo (it!).

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The night at 2720 Cherokee began with local dance-rock duo (it!) who brought a dual drum groove machine to the stage, immediately busting into a song about themselves and their ability to move the masses' asses.

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As the sun was setting last night, Australian thrash band DZ Deathrays took the stage of the Old Rock House.

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"Holy shit! That is a real snake!" Said the twenty-something brunette standing beside me. And indeed it was. The theatrics of Alice Cooper Saturday night at the Pageant were like anything I have seen before.

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