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Deafheaven, Drab Majesty, Uniform live at Royale in Boston

 

Editor’s Note: A tempest broke out last night in Boston’s Theatre District. American metal band Deafheaven rolled into town, armed with new album Ordinary Corrupt Human Love and hometown hero Chris Johnson on bass, causing the assembled crowd at Royale to lose its collective shit. The evening was an impressive variety of sounds: opener Uniform delivered a crunched, confrontational set of noisy, rhythmic hardcore punk straight out of NYC, while Los Angeles’ Drab Majesty, performing as a duo decked out in matching all-whites, filled the air with atmospheric dark wave that jostled in loops between new wave and post-punk. Vanyaland’s Ted Petrosky was all over the Bowery venue capturing visuals of it all, and you can flip through his full gallery below once you wipe the sweat from your brow.

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