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Metal Monday


@EarsplitPR @WOWHall @nanotear @RelapseRecords @quantumyob

YOB was amazing, as always, this past Friday night at Eugene’s WOW Hall. They played five of the seven songs on their soon-to-be-released album. The new songs sounded awesome. Hopefully YOB tours Europe while I’m over there this summer.

Boris (ボリス) @ W.O.W. Hall

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@WOWHall @sargenthouse @Borisheavyrocks

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Boris @ WOW Hall (October 6, 2017)

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Setlist (also the exact running order of Dear)

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SUMAC @ W.O.W. Hall

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Aaron Turner

@SigeRecords @WOWHall @SUMACband @AaronBTurner

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SUMAC @ WOW Hall (October 6, 2017)

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Nick Yacyshyn

Endon @ W.O.W. Hall

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Some more shows in the U.S. for Endon (SUMAC and Boris). Tonight they play in Portland. Tomorrow is Chico, and Wednesday is San Francisco.

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Japan’s Endon @ WOW Hall (October 6, 2017)

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Not Unlike the Waves

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Don Anderson of Agalloch @ Eugene’s WOW Hall (2015)

@AgallochBand @EarsplitPR @WOWHall @profound_lore

“Tide goes in; tide goes out.”

I was fortunate enough to see one of my favorite bands last year on what ended up being the first show on their final tour. Agalloch is no more. So sad.

Yob’s Mike Scheidt

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Yob’s most recent release (2014’s Clearing the Path to Ascend) was named best metal album of the year by Rolling Stone. To be perfectly honest, it is probably the best album of this decade by anyone, period. They played three songs off of it a couple weeks ago in Eugene. That may not sound like much, but the three songs clocked in at over 45 minutes total (and Yob played “Ball of Molten Lead”–another 10+ minute tune–off The Illusion Of Motion as well). I was amazed. The sound was so good. Everything was so tight and perfect. The only “problem” with their set was I used up nearly all of the endorphins my body is capable of producing, leaving myself in a bit of a listless state for Agalloch’s set to follow.

The first time I saw Yob live was 2008 (or early in 2009–I can’t remember) at Ashland’s Stillwater (now Club 66). I’m hoping they return to play Club 66 to a full house one day soon.

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