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Street Level; The Holy Mountain, Cross Laws, Portals

Thursday, March 29 

Street Level
  • Street Level

DURHAM
STREET LEVEL
NASHER MUSEUM—Artists Mark Bradford, William Cordova and Robin Rhode want to take you to another level: Street Level. Tonight at 6 p.m. is the opening of their exhibit, an exploration of cultural territory and space in an urban environment through many different mediums. For more info, visit www.nasher.duke.edu and see this week's Visual Art column. —Iesha Brown

RALEIGH
THE HOLY MOUNTAIN, CROSS LAWS, PORTALS
KINGS—Equal parts Discharge and Deathside, Tampa, Fla.'s The Holy Mountain makes 95 percent of current hardcore bands look embarrassingly void of direction, technique and effect. Their cacophony of freight-train blasts, face-peeling solos and battle cries would provide the perfect soundtrack to post-apocalyptic class riots and demolition derbies. The 1982-style onslaught should prove especially effective when coupled with newer Triangle rippers Cross Laws. Portals and Limbo open at 9 p.m. —Rich Ivey

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