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Rockers gather for Western Death and Supervoid

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Most of the rockers were at the Owl Acoustic Lounge for some rock and roll and hard core punk music, Nov. 13.Western Death playing the Owl Acoustic Lounge, Nov. 13. Photo by Richard Amery
 I arrived in time to catch Medicine Hat pop punk band “Robertson Privilege.” They played  a tight set of addictively catchy and melodic pop punk music, which was mostly original material except for their last song which was a Teenage Bottle Rocket cover.

 Fellow Medicine Hat band Western Death rocked the Owl Acoustic Lounge Stage in support of their new self titled CD.
 They played a hyperactive set of raw, intense metal mixed with beer soaked, politically incorrect  punk and hardcore along the lines of The Dayglo Abortions mixed with Motorhead. It was the type of music that makes you want to rip off your shirt and break a chair over your head.

 The Supervoid, two thirds of whom were opening for Platinum Blonde at Soundgarden as part of melodic rock band the Dirti Speshuls, made their way over to the Owl in their other incarnation as local alternative rockers.

They played their usual strong set of  Smashing Pumpkins/ Foo Fighters influenced alternative rock. Much of the material  was music from their upcoming new CD. They even dedicated a song to local musician Randy Shaver.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 25 November 2015 15:14 )  
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