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Locrian at The Burlington

for any of y'all interested in some serious doom drone...

(from last fm)
Esoteric, experimental artisan’s LOCRIAN will be performing their first shows in almost two years. Now based in Chicago, IL and Baltimore, MD they just finished their Relapse Records full-length debut, “Return to Annihilation” which was recorded by Greg Norman (PELICAN, RUSSIAN CIRCLES, SERENA MANEESH) at Steve Albini’s Electrical Audio Studios in Chicago, IL. The album will then be mastered by Jason Ward at Chicago Mastering Service. And should be out in May/June.

Chicago’s DEAD DRAGON MOUNTAIN is largely a recording project by Jacob Essak and Anthony Dunn of Sun Splitter which explores a vein of deep psychedelic music saturated with doom, black metal, noise and industrial.
While improvisation, found sounds, and obsessive layering are important aspects of DDM’s creative process, they also employ a wide variety of synthetic drum’s/rhythms, oscillators and keyboards resulting in long free ranging psych/drone meditations to short brutal black doom attacks.


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  • Ian

    not what I expected... well... it was... and then BOOM... wow... watch for the new album in june, it's a different locrian...

    March 13, 2013

    • Laura H.

      Too bad I missed it, would love to know what went BOOM, but I'll have to wait for the record.

      March 13, 2013

  • Jesse M.

    Locrian is an amazing band. I'm not sure I would want to attend a show though. Could be a different experience.

    February 16, 2013

    • Ian

      it's a drone noise show... so yes... closed eyes and heads down and ACTUAL LISTENING... something too many people do not do with music in general, and much less at live shows... it's more of a "recital" atmosphere... better or worse is subjective... i love the feel of feedback so...

      1 · February 25, 2013

    • Laura H.

      I guess it's a matter of personal preference, I'm still flummoxed as to why one would go to a show other than to listen to the music. It's the collective experience of good musicianship live, mediocre bands fall apart live. Hearing technical and/or interesting music performed well is a treat for me.

      February 25, 2013

  • Laura H.

    Another good find, I'll try to make one or the other (Samthrace), will rsvp when date is closer

    February 15, 2013

  • Ian

    i will also be in the midst of celebrating my birthday week... i'll most likely show up a little after 9... i will post my # if/when there are rsvps...

    February 15, 2013

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