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Video: The Wyrms celebrate their debut record release

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The Wyrms, See Gulls, Wild Fur
Local 506, Chapel Hill
Saturday, September 26, 2015


Friends gathered at the Local 506 to celebrate the debut release from The Wyrms, At Wizard Island, out now on Negative Fun Records. The group, once known as Rogue Band of Youth, has rebooted itself in a heavier incarnation; hypnotic, guitar-driven grooves now serve as the bed for distorted vocals. Joined by openers Wild Fur and See Gulls, the Wyrms packed Local 506 ahead of a headlining set in front of the elaborate projection work of Adam Graetz

Below are a few clips from the evening's performance by The Wyrms and See Gulls.


The Wyrms, "Vampire" and "War Machine"


The Wyrms, "I Want My Arm Back" and "Woke Up Dead"


See Gulls, "It Goes Like This"


See Gulls, "By Now"

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