(CD RELEASE PARTY) Too many rock bands today treat the piano as an instrument of wallow, a sonorous sieve through which they pour an endless supply of tears. Not Seattle's Holy Ghost Revival. Singer Conor Kiley manipulates the ivories to elevate the band's baroque glam/bombastic pop stylings above most mortal rock. Their new CD, Bleeding Light, is a portal to another dimension that's wonderfully theatric and blissfully beautiful, with a bit of ye olde majestic lyricism thrown in for good measure. (Vera Project, 1916 Fourth Ave, 956-8372. 7:30 pm, $7/$8, all ages.)