Monday, October 3, at the Hurricane.

Zeke 

Monday, October 3, at the Hurricane.

Seattle trio Zeke wears its fucked-up lifestyle on its collective sleeve. Its members are not the kind of boys you bring home to Mom — unless the old lady happens to be into drugs, fucking, drag racing and aggressive punked-out rock from a band whose 1999 Epitaph release is titled Dirty Sanchez. If so, your momma will be completely in her element — which could actually make for a fantastic reality-TV show. Zeke, now going on 12 years old, is back on tour following a near breakup, raring to jackhammer audiences once again with a huge sound and hardcore delivery. Led by Blind Marky Felchtone, the band's tattooed, intense, fuck-you presence onstage is only amplified by the breakneck pace of its songs. Zeke plays every show as if it's the last. (Judging from its speed-freak appearance, any given show could be its last.) And if you don't like it, as the band says, Zeke you.

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