Poster of the Week: A Place To Bury Strangers, Darker My Love, All The Saints Saturday At The Lounge On Elm Street

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Regular Parade of Flesh designer Von Dada created this week's featured poster, which promotes Saturday's lineup of A Place To Bury Strangers, Darker My Love and All The Saints at The Lounge On Elm Street.

I don't know exactly what's going on here. Is she the survivor of some kind of Rock Apocalypse? Is she breathing through the amp somehow, using it as a loudspeaker, or both? Or is she trying to find someone to plug something into that empty input jack? So many possibilities, so much awesome.

Thanks to all who sent in other great posters this week. Keep up the submissions by email or snail mail. After the jump are a few other posters I really like.

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