This bill is a nice little throwback to the High Five circa 1999. The long-departed club was a grungy rock 'n' roll dive of dubious character that gave Columbus' indie metal scene a home base. Sin Nombre wasn't around yet, but Arturo De Leon and his numerous bands were, and with its stoner and doom leanings, this quartet is possibly the most overtly "metal" in a career that was pretty metal already. The Whiteouts and Salvage round out the bill. (Safe bet)

This bill is a nice little throwback to the High Five circa 1999. The long-departed club was a grungy rock 'n' roll dive of dubious character that gave Columbus' indie metal scene a home base. Sin Nombre wasn't around yet, but Arturo De Leon and his numerous bands were, and with its stoner and doom leanings, this quartet is possibly the most overtly "metal" in a career that was pretty metal already. The Whiteouts and Salvage round out the bill. (Safe bet)