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Double Negative, No Friends, Deep Sleep, Pollution 

When: Fri., April 2, 10 p.m. 2010

Double Negative keeps getting better and bitterer. They've got a new record on the way that keeps getting lost or stolen, sending the four Raleigh veterans back to square one, building bile on top of bile. One track, "Super Recourse," survived the theft of the band's recording unit, and it portends a seething, dynamic beast, skin drawn painfully taut as it lunges against confines of time and tempo. Has hardcore been more threatening or so life-affirming since the Bad Brains? The punks storm the hippy place and bring fellow East Coast hardcore men No Friends and Deep Sleep, too. Brooklyn's heavy load, Pollution, opens. —Bryan Reed

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