Thursday, September 20, 2007

Zoroaster slays Lenny's

Posted By on Thu, Sep 20, 2007 at 3:53 PM

Last night, Zoroaster gave the equivalent of an arena-sized concert at Lenny's Bar. And when I say "arena-sized," I mean it: a column of lights that blew away anyone who stepped into the club, a booming sound system and the band mashing out its grindcore amid smoke that turned the members into silhouettes. The spectacle was so out of this world that dozens of people in front of the stage simply freaked out, headbanging and throwing up their two fingers in the "Satan" salute. Even the dudes in the back of the room raised their Pabst beer cans in tribute.

It's difficult to describe how amazing Zoroaster's concert was. I'll post some pictures soon. In the meantime, check out T. Lagon's profile of the band from CL's Sept. 12 issue here.

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