The Burning of Rome, Sirah, Change, Intuition And Verbs, KRISTA NICOLAS
7:30 PM, $7
San Diego City Beat said the Burning of Rome provides "the perfect mix of goth and dance influences to accompany an Edwardian Ball, with enough organs and dark vocals to satisfy Castlevania fans."
Not to be outdone, 944 Magazine claims, "their musical horizons stretch far beyond the threshold of modern rock. The Burning of Rome is a post-apocolypitic mash-up of meticulous orchestration, electronic manipulation and eccentric experimentation. If Danzig constructed a carnival ride, it'd look something like this."
Wednesday, August 12th
Roadside Graves, Avi Buffalo, Parson Redheads, M. Bison
8:00 PM, $10
Says Pitchfork, "The Roadside Graves' affection for the American landscape-- both physical and musical-- hearkens back to the days when long-distance drivers were at the mercy of whichever classic rock or country station carried the strongest signal…