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Tonight Music Hall of Williamsburg Is a Place to Bury Strangers

July 27th, 2012


The Brooklyn noise-rock group A Place to Bury Strangers—singer-guitarist Oliver Ackermann (who also designs and manufactures guitar-effects pedals for Death by Audio), drummer Robi Gonzalez and bassist Dion Lunadon—play a loud mix of atmospheric psychedelic rock and shoegaze. And they’ve recently moved in a less-distorted, darker direction with the release of their third album, Worship. See what it’s all about when, alongside Staten Island quartet Cymbals Eat Guitars, A Place to Bury Strangers (above, doing “Lived My Life to Stand in the Shadow of Your Heart” for KEXP FM) play Music Hall of Williamsburg tonight.