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Photo Gallery: Finnish Black Metal Band Sargeist, Void Omnia and Icon of Phobos in DTLA

12:11 AM PDT on August 10, 2018

[dropcap size=big]T[/dropcap]he Elegy Ensemble and Church of the 8th Day did it again. On a blazing hot July night at fairly new DTLA venue 1720, Finnish black metal band Sargeist performed their exclusive West Coast appearance. With support by Infierno, Draconian Oracle (sorry no photos) and local black metal phenoms Icon of Phobos and Oakland's Void Omnia providing direct support.  A true evening of total darkness. If you were lucky to catch this sold out show, you know what I mean.

Icon of PhobosVoid Omnia


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