Gaytheist weekend in Seattle!

In case the news had slipped past you, Gaytheist, Portland’s most stalwart purveyors of anthemic power rock and creators of one of 2012’s finest albums Stealth Beats, will be returning for their last live appearances of the year in the Emerald City — a headlining gig at the Comet and a FREE in-store performance the following day at Everyday Music at 10th and Pine on Capitol Hill

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December 14th at the Comet w/ Survival Knife (ex-Unwound), Mass Games, Glose

December 15th in-store at Everyday Music, 3pm — FREE!!

What better way to get in the holiday spirit than to shop for Good to Die vinyl for your loved ones with soundtracked by the group that Willamette Week says, “rips rock music apart like a paper shredder, and does so with infectious and gleeful abandon. Fans of Black Elk, Scratch Acid, and all manner of hard-edged metal deconstruction will find plenty of bile to swish between their teeth”?

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