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LIVE: Lightning Bolt, Liturgy, Dante’s, Portland, OR

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By Hollister Dixon

I’m gonna be totally honest with you: Dante’s isn’t my favorite room in the city to see music in. It has its charms, but if the show sells out, the room becomes an impossible-to-navigate blast furnace, with questionable sightlines and inconsistent lighting. Still, the right show makes it easy to overlook those things, and the one-two punch of Liturgy and Lightning Bolt is the definition of “can’t miss”.

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Episode 129: Unreleased!

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A quick note: As you can hear from our disclaimer, this week’s episode was partially lost due to a malfunction with our recording device. We apologize for this! Please enjoy the discussion that was not lost!

Big thanks to Bob Ham for joining us this week! You can listen to the episode above, or download it right here.

Topic:

  • Unreleased albums
  • What defines an “unreleased” album? Does an album still fall under this category if it is eventually released?
  • What long-awaited albums are we still hopeful for?
  • What are some albums that were never created as planned, or were never released, that we want to hear the most?
  • Why is the idea of the unreleased album so appealing?

Songs:

  • HEALTH – “New Coke”
  • Beach Boys – “Vega-Tables”
  • Liturgy – “Quetzalcoatl”
  • Blur – “Lonesome Street”

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Liturgy To Play Dante’s With Lightning Bolt

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By Hollister Dixon // Photo by Erez Avissar

Brooklyn’s own Liturgy, a band described by frontman Hunter Hunt-Hendrix as “transcendental black metal”, is a tough band to crack open for a lot of people. On the band’s first two albums, 2009’s Renihilation and 2011’s Aesthethica, the band made a conscious effort to work within the confines of black metal, while subtly trying to make it their own. This can be polarizing, and off-putting for some people, but for others, it’s truly exhilarating.

Three years after Aesthetica – as well as the near-implosion of the band following the departure of drummer Greg Fox and bassist Tyler Dusenbury, both now back with the band – Liturgy are back with The Ark Work (out now on Thrill Jockey), the band’s most expansive and genre-bending effort yet. To support the record, the band are about to embark on a massive tour of North America and Europe, which includes dates with fellow Brooklynites Sannhet and Baltimore’s Horse Lords, and, for a fantastic string of dates on the west coast, noise rock giants Lightning Bolt. You can catch Liturgy and Lightning Bolt at Dante’s on April 29th, and find tickets right here. Don’t sleep on this one, dear reader.

After the jump, you can listen to “Quetzalcoatl” from The Ark Work, and check out all of Liturgy’s upcoming dates.

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