Although I still can’t listen to A Place to Bury Strangers without jonesing for The Jesus and Mary Chain’s Psychocandy, I’m very interested in checking these guys out when they’re in town Saturday night. I want to like this band, and if everything I’ve heard about their live show is to be believed, like how they play really f’n loud, then this is a show I don’t want to miss. Besides, if you’re like me, you were probably too young or too lame when The Jesus and Mary Chain were shredding ears with piercing noise, so A Place to Bury Strangers will be your best chance to experience the type of permanent hearing loss that can only come from uncomfortable levels of chainsaw guitars. If permanent damage to you ears doesn’t sound too appealing, then be sure to pack an extra set of ear plugs before you head out to the Beachland Tavern on Saturday night. To Be a High Powered Executive and Moustache Mountain (feat. members of Trouble Books and Six Parts Seven) open.

A Place to Bury Strangers – To Fix the Gash in Your Head

Also this Week
Friday: Broken Social Scene Pres. Kevin Drew at House of Blues
Caribou and Born Ruffians at the Grog Shop
Ne’er Do Evers, Mystery of Two, and Church of the Red Museum at Now That’s Class

Tuesday: Dax Riggs (Deadboy & The Elephantmen) , Malajube, Beaten Awake, The Muttering Retreats at the Grog Shop
Juliette & The Licks, Scissors For Lefty, Suffrajett at The Cleveland Agora

Wednesday: Dreadful Yawns , Spindrift, and Hopewell at The Happy Dog