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Black Skies, Cough, Resister 

When: Fri., Nov. 5, 9:30 p.m. 2010

This month, Black Skies heads to Athens to record with Kyle Spence of Harvey Milk. Maybe he can capture the Chapel Hill proto-metal trio's energy better than 2008's Hexagon. Though the band plays hard and fast, the EP somehow lacks energy, which was a bit of a shock upon release. The Skies take a heavy stoner riff obsession and jam it into fifth gear live. Think Om sped up, pissed off and way less meditative. Considering his pedigree—and the fantastic production he did with the Charlotte band GRIDs this year—Spence may be the guy to capture a Black Skies record worthy of the band's five years together. With Cough and Resister. —Corbie Hill

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