New Night Birds EP

2013-01-31 by Soundin like Bill Cosby off some freebase crack | 2 Comments
In this news article: Night Birds sold out! That's right, the New Jersey by-way-of Brooklyn punk band have announced that their upcoming EP, Maimed For The Masses, will be released May 7th via (gasp!) Fat Wreck Chords.

The band became instantly scrutinized within the trve punk community basically by people who forgot the band's upcoming full-length, Born To Die In Suburbia, will be released later this year at the hands of their longtime label Grave Mistake Records.

Full details on Maimed For The Masses can be found by following the provided link:

http://www.fatwreck.com/news/

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