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New Doc on a Band of Who Turned into a Bunch of Eastern Orthodox Priests

At one point, Luxury, a post-rock band from Georgia, seemed destined for some kind of breakthrough. Then came the car wreck.

When the band was able to reconvene after the 1995 accident, there was a spiritual shift. Three of the members became Eastern Orthodox priests; two others have risen to high positions in their respective churches. Yet they still rock as hard as ever.

Sounds like a good basis for a documentary, doesn’t it?

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One thought on “New Doc on a Band of Who Turned into a Bunch of Eastern Orthodox Priests

  • I’ve been a fan of this band for along time. I was one of those ’90’s Tooth and Nail kids. It’s great to see that they are back (they released a vinyl called Trophies earlier this year) and are telling their story. I’ve already pledged to their KS. You should too. Check out this track from 1995 called “South”


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