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Suburban Nightmare Festival 

When: Sat., Oct. 13, 5 p.m. 2012
Price: $10

When the Raleigh hardcore band Last Words played at Slim's in August, lead singer Marina Madden made no secret of her distaste for performing in a bar. Espousing a straight-edge philosophy and naming friends whose age forbade their attendance, the band ripped through a vicious, spiteful set. Maybe they'll be in a better mood opening this for-the-kids punk-and-metal spectacle. There will be no booze, there's a 10 p.m. curfew, and the sets will be short enough to for eight bands to fit comfortably into a five-hour window. Between Last Words and the Brooklyn black metal headliners Mutilation Rights, attendees will be treated to D-beat purists No Tomorrow, local power-violence trio Abuse and four more. —Bryan C. Reed

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