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Straight Edge Hardcore beast NO CURE drops new vicious EP – live shows coming up [UPDATED]

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Tracked in a cabin the woods of Alabama, the newest murderous 4-tracker from Alabama heavy straight edge metallized hardcore pack NO CURE is a dizzying journey on the edge of some of tge heaviest styles in the game.

Cursed From Birth” comes shortly after the band’s recentrelease of “Firestorm” (EARTH CRISIS) cover, revealed on this past Edge Day on October 17th, and hits the streets just in time for the band’s upcoming live gigs (listed below). Unleash the fierce beast below!

The band is playing a lot of shows next month and December:

11/04 – Huntsville, AL @ Insanity Skate Park (Bluhd EP release show)
11/05 – Knoxville, TN @ Lowercase Books
11/07 – Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus (w/ Weeping NJDM)
11/08 – Newark, NJ @ QXTS (w/ Weeping NJDM)
11/09 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Yard (w/ Weeping NJDM)
11/11 – Chesapeake, VA @ Riffhouse (w/ Your Spirit Dies)
11/12 – Greensboro, NC @ Rockhouse (w/ Your Spirit Dies)
11/13 – Asheville, SC @ Great Wild Nowhere (w/ Your Spirit Dies)
11/14 – Greensboro, SC @ Board Riders Club (w/ Your Spirit Dies)
11/16 – Jacksonville, FL @ Archetype (w/ In Gloom)
11/17 – Cocoa, FL @ The Attic (w/ In Gloom)
11/18 – Holiday, FL @ The Vault (w/ In Gloom)
11/19 – Birmingham, AL @ LCY (EP RELEASE SHOW, w/ Apprehend)
11/25 – Gadsden, AL @ RAIN Center (w/ Apprehend)
11/26 – Florence, AL @ The Shed (w/ Apprehend)
11/27 – Pensacola, AL @ The Handlebar (matinee show, w/ Apprehend)
11/28 – Hattiesburg, MS @ The Switchyard (w/ Apprehend)
11/29 – New Orleans, LA @ Siberia (w/ Apprehend)
11/30 – Alamo, TX @ 707 Coffee House
12/01 – Austin, TX @ Ballroom
12/02 – Houston, TX @ No Sleep Fest (w/ Momentum, Kaonashi, DARE, Gates To Hell)
12/03 – Houston, TX @ No Sleep Fest
12/09 – Nashville, TN @ The End (w/ Gates To Hell)

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