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The Black Angels
Play an intense, moody Bonnaroo set
Matthew Murphy

In these performance clips from day two of Bonnaroo in Manchester, Tenn., the Black Angels play an intense, strobey set for a screaming post-midnight crowd at That Tent. The Austin, Texas-based psychedelic rock band, who describe their music as a "quest for pure sanity," played a hypnotic version of "Bad Vibrations," which starts dark and moody and then climaxes into a real rocker. "You On the Run" is rhythmic and grungy throughout, as frontman Alex Maas sings a trance-like reprimand.


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