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Opeth, In Flames, and Red Fang (Communion of Sirens Tour)

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I just missed catching this tour. They played in Chicago a couple nights ago, and I will be in Chicago tonight. Oh well. Believe it or not, Red Fang is the band I’d like to see most. Although I’m a huge fan of both Opeth and In Flames, I have found little to get excited over on their last few albums. Plus, I’ve never seen Red Fang.

Hell’s Belles

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Hell’s Belles – Amber Saxon (vocals), Adrian Conner (lead guitar)

@LiveAtTheArmory @HellsBellesUSA @AdrianGuitarImp @AmberSaxon666

I’m hoping that Hell’s Belles and Live at the Armory can hook up on a date someday.

Björn Gelotte of In Flames

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Björn Gelotte

@InFlames_SWE My random image of the day was this one from a year and a half ago. I took this photo in Medford, Oregon. Hopefully I’ll get back to Gothenburg, Sweden to eat at Björn’s 2112 restaurant someday.

In Flames has a new album coming out in early September called “Siren Charms.” No word yet on a North American tour, but a stop in Southern Oregon will be appreciated.

Two years ago today this happened…

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Mastodon @ Oakland’s Fox Theater (April 27, 2012)

Fog lifting over San Francisco

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San Francisco from the bay

Tokyo Sky Graffiti 1 by Mariko Ota

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Tokyo Sky Graffiti 1

I watched another fantastic Lucy Walker film the other night. “Waste Land” deals with a number of issues. One is how you can turn garbage into art or how one can see art in what others may only see as an eyesore.

Today’s photo, from the recent art gallery in the Stevenson Union Building on the Southern Oregon University campus, could fit in that category. I have frequently mentioned on this blog how distracting the power lines in Japan can be to otherwise interesting views. Ota turns those power lines into art with this work. I tried to do something similar with a photo from late last year in San Francisco.

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