Primus' claim to fame -- other than giving South Park its theme -- remains its status as the funkiest freak-bass rock band of the '90s. Like the other '90s alt rockers, the band has seen its mainstream fortunes dwindle. But bass noodler Les Claypool still leads Primus with a metal lifer's absurdly unclouded verve. Claypool and his band are stopping here on their first headlining tour in four years, in advance of a new album -- the first since 1999 -- due out next year. Gogol Bordello, the New York Gypsy punk band, fills the opening slot with the high-octane, accordion-ripping stomps that have blown many a headliner off the stage. Expect spit, sweat and molasses-thick Ukrainian accents to accompany more than a few ridiculous theatrics. (After all, lead singer Eugene Hütz once shared a stage with Madonna.)
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