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Though there is a place in the world for the Beyonces, Godsmacks and Blink 182s, there's something far more satisfying about a band that knows how to crash genre borders. Fresh out of the gate, local newcomer Nighttime tackles prog, postpunk and metal, often cramming all three into the same song and lacing up the whole thing with atmospheric effects. Considering the band's range of influences Isis, Jimmy's Chicken Shack, Godspeed You Black Emperor the approach makes sense. Expect slow mood setters that befit the band's name alongside sludgy metal that conjures devils.