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“Thanks again. We’re gone.”
Those are the last sounds that atmospheric metal band Isis left in their fans’ ears as they exited the stage at the 9:30 Club last night. Having announced the end of the band in May, Isis are currently on a “farewell tour” with the Melvins, and while listening to Isis live is a lot like just listening to one of their records at insanely high volumes, that’s not really a bad thing at all. It didn’t hurt that they played a number of cuts off of Oceanic and Panopticon, widely considered their best efforts.
More photos after the jump.
The Melvins, though a bigger draw than Isis, actually insisted on opening for them after Isis’ announcement that this would be their final tour: