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Thu. June 18th 2015 Venue (No Minors)
$18 advance / $20 door
Tickets at: Scrape Records, Neptoon Records, Red Cat Records, Ticketweb

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Music: Punk / Metal / Hardcore
The Invisible Orange ( and Nothing Is Heavy ( are proud to present the metal/progressive/folk band Agalloch ( who will be playing in Vancouver June 18 at VENUE (881 Granville Street).

For nineteen years the Pacific Northwest group Agalloch has defined what it means to combine influences from a variety of musical genres into one brooding, colossal, and cinematic sound that provides the soundtrack to existential themes concerning man, nature, loss, and death.

Agalloch has earned a reputation for explosive and emotional live performances. They have sold out tours across Europe and the US and have played a variety of major festivals including: Roadburn, Inferno, and Scion among others. The band takes special care constructing the environment of each and every show with wood, incense, and imagery taken directly from their home in the Northwest. Such care makes an Agalloch show more than just a typical heavy metal concert.

Support from Helen Money (

Helen Money is Alison Chesley, a cellist who has become known for her adventurous sound, bold compositions, and compelling stage performance. Called “A classical-cellist-turned-avant-metal virtuoso" by the Boston Phoenix, Chesley channels her sensibilities and experience as a rock musician through a classical instrument, altering both genres without apology.

Tickets on sale at: Scrape Records, Neptoon Records, Red Cat Records and

Sponsored by, Abort Magazine, Absolute Underground, NOT YOUR SCENE, Unholy Noise, and CVLT NATION.


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Despite their style being firmly grounded in the dark metal genre, Agalloch has always been a band who prefers experimentation over settling on a niche. The result has been three full-lengths and a handful of EPs that have bridged the gap between gothic doom, black metal, neo-folk, post rock, and industrial/ambient soundscapes. The band has earned ... more info