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Raleigh
OBITUARY, ALABAMA THUNDERPUSSY
VOLUME 11 TAVERN—If you're going to see Florida's Obituary this week hoping for the sort of brilliance and excitement that made 1990's Cause of Death a genre-definer, check your expectations. That's not to suggest the chug pioneers have somehow lost their touch. Instead, they've ripened their sound to death (no pun intended) over the past 23 years. Still, Obituary punishes with the best of them, constantly reminding the church-burning set that the badlands of Scandinavia may have perfected this stuff, but bands like Obituary—who haven't forgotten their thrash roots—aid the foundation. Kooze-n-booze rockers Alabama Thunderpussy open. —Robbie Mackey

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Durham
ROBERT SLENTZ-KESLER
REGULATOR BOOKSHOP—Secret lovers, complicated family relationships and diamonds are subjects of Durham author Robert Slentz-Kesler's book Sylvia, Rachel, Meredith, Anna. Slentz-Kesler will read from his new work at 7 p.m. For more information, call 286-2700 or visit regbook.com. —Ashley Roberts

BENDING SPACE
CAROLINA THEATRE—Durham filmmakers Kenny Dalsheimer and Penelope Maunsell unveil their documentary, Bending Space: Georges Rousse and the Durham Project, at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 and half of the proceeds will support the costs of the film. See story on page 70. —David Fellerath

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