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Review: Sleigh Bells bring 'Treats,' 'Reign of Terror' to Mayan

Within seconds of the group’s opening number, the floor had become a writhing mass of outstretched limbs, fists pumping in time to a beat that felt loud enough to crumble plaster. The band was eliminating the need for liquid encouragement by flooding its audience with something more elemental: pure adrenaline.
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