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Dr Jack's Drinkery

Nebula / Year of the Cobra / Trillion Ton Beryllium Ships / Weaving Shadows at Dr Jack's Drinkery

Stoner/psychedelic/sludge/metal show featuring Nebula from Los Angeles!

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Nebula / Year of the Cobra / Trillion Ton Beryllium Ships / Weaving Shadows at Dr Jack's Drinkery

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May 20, 8:00 PM

Dr Jack's Drinkery, 3012 N 102nd St, Omaha, NE 68134, USA

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Black Heart Booking presents...

Nebula - psychedelic / desert / sludge / stoner rock from LA https://www.facebook.com/NebulaBand https://heavypsychsoundsrecords.bandcamp.com/album/nebula-holy-shit 

Year of the Cobra - stoner / doom / metal from Seattle, WA https://www.facebook.com/yearofthecobraband https://yearofthecobra.bandcamp.com/

Trillion Ton Beryllium Ships - heavy doom / metal from Lincoln, NE https://www.facebook.com/trilliontonberylliumships https://trilliontonberylliumships.bandcamp.com/

Weaving Shadows - stoner doom metal from Omaha (formerly DopeCorpse) https://www.facebook.com/dopecorpse https://dopecorpse.bandcamp.com/

At Dr Jack's Drinkery (outside stage!) 18+ show / $12 adv or $15 at the door doors at 7 PM / music at 8 PM

Nebula are a psychedelic/stoner rock band from Whittier, California. Active initially between 1997 and 2010 this group was a key player in the late 90s stoner rock scene, founded by Eddie Glass, alongside Mark Abshire and Ruben Romano, all of whom previously played in Fu Manchu. Nebula's sound would be more driven by early hard rock, punk rock and psychedelic rock inspired by the likes of Jimi Hendrix, MC5, Stooges, Pink Floyd, 13th Floor Elevators, Black Flag and Mudhoney to name a few.[3] In the band's original run from 1997 - 2010, Nebula would release five studio albums amid a wide range of other releases, through various labels such as Sub Pop, MeteorCity, Relapse, Man's Ruin, The Music Cartel and Tee Pee Records.

The band would take a hiatus in 2010[4] but would return in 2017 with a new lineup and, following reissues and festival appearances, eventually released a sixth studio album in 2019 via Italian label Heavy Psych Sounds

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