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Dysrhythmia, Escher, Noctomb 

When: Mon., Nov. 12, 9 p.m. 2012
Price: $8-$10

New York trio Dysrhythmia rarely gets written about without being called "progressive metal" at least once. And while it's true that the instrumental band employees the same sort of deft musical gymnastics that the term suggests, their relative concision and directness make them much more approachable than many of the bands you'll spot beneath that umbrella. Sure, they're prone to shift motion and meter, but their insistence on aiming ever-forward makes Dysrhythmia feel like less than a gauntlet, even if their latest LP is called Test of Submission . With Escher and Noctomb. —Grayson Currin

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