Cephalic Carnage • Havok
10.18.10 | Summit Music Hall, Denver
Cephalic Carnage talks a lot about its love for THC-related products on stage. "Lucid Interval," for example, is evidently about being totally stoned and sober at the same time. Just the same, most of the songs written by the band, at least those not written about other hedonistic pastimes such as compulsive self-love ("Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder"), address the folly of humankind. "Misled by Certainty," we were informed, is a kind of warning against being absolutely certain of anything to the point of not questioning even one's core assumptions.