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Shattered glass, sex and tears with the Silver Cord

If you don't have plans Friday, how about an extra-spooky evening with the Silver Cord, who promise "shattered glass, sex and tears" for the show? The neo-goth/industrial band is releasing its Conflicting Emotions EP at the Old Curtis Street Bar and for the low, low price of $5 you not only get into the show (which also features the Construct, Tornoado Alley and Psyborg Death), you also get a free CD. Sounds like a pretty good deal if you still harbor a soft spot for your mascara-streaked goth heyday, or just want to sample something different from the usual Denver indie-centric scene. Hear the tunes and get some more info on the band's MySpace page.

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