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DC thrashin’ hardcore act RED DEATH streaming their new album “Permanent Exile”

The LP is “officially” out next Tuesday, however RED DEATH will have copies on their US tour with THE FLEX, so be sure to grab a copy if you haven’t yet.  The LP is currently available in the Grave Mistake webstore along with a few other Red Death releases, and preorders will begin shipping this week.  We also now have the full album up on the Grave Mistake Bandcamp page for a $5 download (see the player below)

The label commented:

Thanks to everyone who picked up a copy of the LP at Damaged City Fest this past weekend! Red Death are currently three days into their full US Tour with the UK’s The Flex, you can check out those full dates below. As previously mentioned, they will have copies of both Permanent Exile and their Demo 7″, so pick them both up if you find yourself at one of these shows.

In addition to a new LP, Red Death have also contributed an exclusive track to The Red Line Comp Tape, which features twelve current DC Hardcore bands including PURE DISGUST, PROTESTER, NUCLEAR AGE, and more. You can order a copy of The Red Line Comp in the webstore, and the band will have them on tour as well. Red Death are also planning to release a new single on Lockin’ Out Records later this summer, so stay tuned for more info on that in the coming months.

Expect to see the LP show up in your favorite stores and distros in the very near future, and thanks to everyone who has picked up a copy so far! Hopefully you check out The Flex and Red Death on tour, because both bands are not to be missed!

Thanks for reading

Alex / Grave Mistake Records

THE FLEX + RED DEATH / USA Tour 2015:

4/10 – 4/12 – Washington D.C. – Damaged City Fest
4/12 – Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter w/ Vaaska, Ajax, Asylum, Hard Stripes (Red Death only)
4/13 – Greensboro, NC @ Fantasy w/ Nervosas, Holder’s Scar
4/14 – Savannah, GA @ The Guild Hall w/ Crazy Bag Lady, Anxiety Junkies
4/15 – Jacksonville, FL @ Burro Bar w/ Society Abuse, Rubbish, Crisis Unit
4/16 – Miami, FL @ Churchills Pub w/ Hit List, Silent Authority
4/17 – Gainesville, FL @ A Space w/ Society Abuse, Rubbish
4/18 – Pensacola, FL @ The Handlebar w/ Crisis Unit, Wrists Grow Cold, Dope Fiend
4/19 – New Orleans, LA @ Sisters In Christ w/ Graf Orlock, The World is a Vampire (Early show)
4/20 – Houston, TX @ Black Barbie w/ Paranoid Chant, United Races
4/21 – Austin, TX @ The Mohawk w/ Glue, Breakout, Concrete
4/22 – Dallas, TX @ That That w/ Break Away, Modern Pain, Sin Motivo, Bricklayer
4/23 – Las Cruces, NM @ Haphazard Hall w/ Pris, Missing Link, Damien
4/24 – Phoenix, AZ @ 1722 W. Van Buren w/ La Mala Vida, Woundvac, Break Through
4/25 – Los Angeles, CA @ Los Globos w/ Blazing Eye, Response, Lock (Matinee)
4/26 – Pomona, CA @ PBW w/ Fury, Enough Said, Human Garbage
4/27 – Sacramento, CA @ The Colony w/ TBA
4/28 – Portland, OR w/ Combat Knife, Odd Man Out
4/29 – Seattle, WA w/ Gag, Wetbrain
4/30 – Olympia, WA w/ Wreck, Brick Layer
5/1 – Berkeley, CA @ 924 Gilman w/ No Sir, Torso, Whips
5/2 – San Jose, CA @ San Jose Rock Shop w/ Scalped, Fatigue, Subtle Violence, Fade
5/3 – Bakersfield, CA
5/4 – Las Vegas, NV @ OMD w/ Moon Blood, Acid Rain and Unfair Fight
5/5 – Salt Lake City, UT
5/6 – Denver, CO @ Seventh Circle Music Collective w/ Civilized, Cinderblock
5/7 – Kansas City, MO @ The Sandbox w/ Blindside USA, Traitor K9, Beta Boys
5/8 – Minneapolis, MN @ Junk Joint
5/9 – Chicago, IL
5/10 – St. Louis, MO @ Bonezone w/ Q, Padlock
5/11 – Indianapolis, IN @ TBA w/ CC Murder Dogs, Chipped Teeth
5/12 – Detroit, MI @ Refuge Skate Shop w/ True Love, Breaking Wheel, Eyesore
5/13 – Cleveland, OH @ Now That’s Class w/ Stray Dogs
5/14 – Buffalo, NY @ Sugar City w/ Full of Hell, The Body, Gas Chamber/Cages, Black Houses
5/15 – Boston, MA @ Democracy Center w/ TBA
5/16 – New York, NY @ The Acheron w/ NYC Headhunters
5/17 – New Brunswick, NJ w/ Brain Slug, Ugly Parts
5/18 – Philadelphia, PA @ Second Empire w/ The Stasi, Anxiety Hammer
5/19 – Washington D.C.
5/20 – Richmond, VA @ Gallery 5 w/ Barge, Reactor 4

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