MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD To Tour South Africa In September

New York hardcore legends MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD will be touring South Africa with NESHAMAH this September. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Sep. 09 – Pretoria, SA @ Zeplins Club
Sep. 10 – Johannesburg, SA @ The Snuggery
Sep. 14 – Durban, SA @ The Bat Center
Sep. 17 - Cape Town, SA @ Wynberg Sports Club

MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD's third full-length release for Trustkill Records, "Merciless", was self-produced with the help of Dean Balutonis. A late summer release is expected.

MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD is made up of guitarists Justin Brannan and Rachel Rosen, bassist Matty Miller, vocalist Rob Fusco and drummer Colin (the twelfth in a rotating cast which still draws "Spinal Tap" comparisons). The group formed in the summer of 2000 after the breakup of notable hardcore band INDECISION, of which Rachel and Justin were members.


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