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Place to Bury Strangers returns to fuzzy, poppy ’80s underground sound

On its 2007 self-titled debut, A Place To Bury Strangers’s sound was indebted to The Jesus and Mary Chain and My Bloody Valentine, with a dash of Nine Inch Nails for good measure. (Indeed, these influences became clearer when they performed with the…