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There have been quite a few metal shows happening in Lethbridge and I’ve missed most of them. But I did stop by the Slice, Wednesday, July 24 for Vancouver death metal band Param-Nesia.Param-Nesia playing the Slice, July 24. Photo by Richard Amery
 I was ruing no bringing my ear plugs, but happily, the loud, detuned five piece  kept the volume down to bearable levels so I was able not not only appreciate lots of big, detuned guitar riffs as t  the bassist bounced all over the stage, his air flying all over as his shook his head.

I also appreciated hearing some solid twin guitar leads and riffs reminiscent of those that Judas Priest and Iron Maiden do so well.

 The vocals was pure death metal, cookie monster growls , punctuated by the odd Panteraesque yell.

So of course, I had no idea what they lyrics were.
 The band played a very tight set, emphasizing those excellent twin guitar leads. And they had oodles of energy, while still keeping things musical.
 I missed a loud set by Rising Sun and didn’t stick around for Omniarch.

— by Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 31 July 2019 09:12 )  
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