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Wednesday, November 7, 2007

The Thermals Back in SF at Slim's December 5

Posted By on Wed, Nov 7, 2007 at 11:37 AM

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If you hate God and love punk, and always wanted to know what would happen if lil' Foreman from That '70s Show formed a punk band, now you know. Catch the Thermals live at Slim's:

Showtime: 8:00 PM (Doors: 7:30 PM)

Ticket price: $15

Tickets available on-line at: slimstickets.com, Tickets.com

All Ages 6 and Over

The Thermals are a three piece post-pop-punk band from Portland, Oregon. The band was formed in 2002, and has since released three LPs on Sub Pop Records, played many shows in the US, UK, Germany, France, Holland, Italy, Croatia, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Canada. They have supported Death Cab For Cutie, Sleater-Kinney, Guided By Voices, Modest Mouse, The Hold Steady, The Shins, The Buzzcocks, The Cribs, and many other premium indie bands. They have assassinated foreign dictators. They have delivered babies in the backs of taxi cabs. They don't know just where they're going, but they sure know where they've been. Most Thermals songs are, like this bio, short, to the point, and stuffed with loads of cheap wit.

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