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Escher, Trees on Mars 

When: Fri., April 24, 7 p.m. 2015
Price: free
The Ground Is Missing, Escher’s sophomore EP, makes no secret of its influences. The band’s complex fusion of prog-rock and death metal is the clear descendant of bands such as Between The Buried and Me and Meshuggah, acts for whom compositional ambition is a calling card. But Escher never loses momentum for technical mastery. Rather than noodle aimlessly, a deep-rooted death metal engine keeps things moving forward. Columbia, S.C., instro-metal trio Trees on Mars open with a more streamlined vision. —Bryan C. Reed
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