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Coven + The Skull + High Priest

  • Music, Punk and metal

Time Out says

What better way to spend your Halloween than with the ‘60s psych rock band responisble for introducing the "devil horns" hand signal to the world of rock. On the back cover of its 1969 album, Witchcraft Destroys Minds & Reaps Souls, member of Coven threw up the horns and embraced the occult. Formed in Chicago, the trio was known for performing Satanic rituals on stage and writing a song called "Black Sabbith" (which clearly inspired a young Ozzy Osbourne). Frontman Jinx Dawson recently revived the project, bringing its hellish imagery and sick riffs back to the stage. Heavy metal the Skull and local doom outfit High Priest support.


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