Take a sonic tour of the afterlife with Krillin, No Body, and Minihorse at the Russell

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Krillin. - NOAH ELLIOTT MORRISON
  • Noah Elliott Morrison
  • Krillin.


What in reincarnation! We feel like we’ve jumped into a black hole and we never want to leave. No Body is Sean Lynch — the same somebody who founded and fronted dream doom-wave shoegazing Milford-based outfit 800beloved. Both Ben Collins of Minihorse and Krillin’s own Leyline Slime, er, Anastasiya Metesheva played along Lynch in 800beloved whose final performance/funeral took place in the summer of 2016. With support from Exposure Therapy, this lineup is straight out of the afterlife. No Body will tour the Uncanny Valley, Minihorse will drink us dry, and psychedelic-fiction rockers (or "psy-fi") Krillin will likely get arrested by the space police. 


Krillin, No Body, and Minihorse will perform on Saturday, April 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Russell Industrial Center; 1600 Clay St., Detroit; facebook.com/krillinband; Tickets are $5 at the door.


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