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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Go see Rwake tonight at White Water Tavern

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Rwake plays at White Water Tavern tonight.
  • Rwake plays at White Water Tavern tonight.

Metal behemoth Rwake is playing at White Water Tavern tonight.

In a few days, the band will travel to Nashville Dec. 28 and then to Atlanta, where the next day they'll open for Neurosis, one of the most influential and bad-ass metal bands ever, whose recent album "Honor Found in Decay" is another killer installment in their 25-years-and-counting career. The band rarely tours and live shows are highly coveted, so it's extremely rad that Rwake is getting to open for them.

Opening the White Water show tonight are Peckerwolf and Sound of the Mountain. Start time is approximately 9:30 p.m.

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