Industrial legends OhGr and Lead Into Gold announce Orlando show

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Infamous Skinny Puppy frontman OhGr led one of the most intense and over-the-top performances we've ever seen when SP played the Edge in Orlando in 1992 as part of their "Last Rites" tour. Eventually he overcame the psychological and chemical torment that was feeding his self-destructive performances around that time, and is still making solid, creative music on his own and with SP. The industrial legend has just announced a solo show in the City Beautiful with a surprising tourmate.

Accompanying OgGr on this tour is Paul Barker, longtime Ministry mainstay, resurrecting his cult Lead Into Gold electronic project for these dates.



OhGr, Lead Into Gold and Omniflux play Soundbar on Sunday, Sept. 2, at 7 p.m. Tickets are $22-$25.

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