Wednesday’s Music



Giving you the music a day early:

It has been four years since Rwake came out with their Relapse Records debut Voices of Omens. Since then, the North Little Rock band has toured the world, playing month after month of dates, and building relationships cemented with a headbang. Now, the sludge-y metal band returns with Rest next week, an album featuring tunes such as the 12-minute long “It Was Beautiful, But Now It’s Sour,” a doom-in-slow-motion track that contains a little Southern rock guitar work. (Fans of guitar might enjoy the band’s new tune “The Culling,” too.) Gearing up for a short tour, Rwake visits White Water Tavern. The music starts at 10 p.m. with Russellville’s Sound of the Mountain and their “instrumental, post-rock trance music.”

Here’s Rwake with their “Sleep and Forget Forever”:

Sleep and Forget Forever