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High on the Prog

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The last time Norway's goth-metal prog-rock group Green Carnation played North America, it headlined Canada's Day of the Equinox music festival. The six members all play several instruments, which served them well on the hour-long song they recorded a few years back. What else can be added to this mix to make Green Carnation even more awesome? How about a track ("Alone") on its new album (Acoustic Verses) that's based on an Edgar Allan Poe poem? Score!
Tue., Feb. 28, 10 p.m.

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