09:01 - Apothecary Everything in Enslaved's discog is pretty engaging and high quality if you ask me, they're remarkably consistent. Only one of their full lengths has below an 8 on here, and even then it's a 7.9. That says a lot
08:56 - Stereolab42 The lower-rated Enslaved albums are lower-rated for a reason. Blech. They have crazy-good highs and boring-ass, sleep-inducing lows.
07:27 - Apothecary I might prefer only AOE to Monumension, but I've been listening to the latter a lot over this past weekend, and I'm thinking that may change pretty soon
Whenever a bigger act comes to town, this is the venue they'll choose to defile. Rock Cafe has a capacity of 1300 people and as one can tell judging by the minimalistic and industrious appearance, it's primary function is to act as a stomping ground for headbangers and rockers alike. It's bulky balconies have withstood the attacks of even the most brutal bands.
The hefty alcohol prices and the somewhat uninspired interior however don't make this venue a particularly attractive drinking place, but live shows always pay off. In fact, Rock Cafe is only open for gigs, and they are plentiful - whether metal or not.