This is a past event.

Zeke, Hookers, Black Wizard, All Bets on Death 

When: Fri., June 24, 9 p.m. 2011
Price: $10-12
Instead of going to my sophomore year homecoming dance, I went to La Luna and witnessed Zeke for the very first time. As a live band during that period, Zeke couldn't be beat, and their blazing speed rock and roll was somehow faster onstage than on their records. Blind Marky's neck veins bulged as his voice tried to keep up with his fretting fingers, Donnie Paycheck's middle finger pointed to the heavens as he bashed his minimal drum set, and the band's sets made a wall of sound that few bands could climb. Unfortunately, over the last five years Zeke doesn't seem to care anymore, and the band seems tired, grumpy, and uninspired. But I never stopped caring, Zeke. Please show me that you can still care about your timeless music more than you do your guarantee. ARIS WALES

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