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Tribune bring the metal to Lethbridge

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Lethbridge’s metal community was out in force for an excellent and loud head banging night of metal at the Slice, April 26. While I missed an awesome set by SS Doom playing metal, April 26 at the Slice. Photo by Richard Amerynew local progressive rock trio Trancide, I caught a menacing set of high energy, riff driven metal by SS Doom which featured the lead singer wearing what appeared to be a black stormtroopers helmet.

They played big, loud, dark and heavy,  brutal Black Sabbath influenced riffs.

“Swinging Blade” was a highlight as was “Psychopath.”

Tribune show their range at the Slice, April 26. Photo by Richard Amery
Vancouver metal band Tribune really brought it for their set , combining unearthly death metal growls with high register screaming, set to a backdrop of punishing guitar riffs and the occasional harmonized guitar solo.

They also had a solid alternative rock, jagged groove reminiscent of System of a Down.

 They immediately won over the audience, who started a small mosh pit in front of the stage and had the rest of the room  chanting “Tribune, Tribune, Tribune.”

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 07 May 2014 08:14 )  
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