NO FRIENDS Completes Work On Debut Album

NO FRIENDS, the band featuring Tony Foresta from MUNICIPAL WASTE on vocals and members of NEW MEXICAN DISASTER SQUAD "playing raging '80s-style hardcore in the vein of DAG NASTY, DESCENDENTS and GORILLA BISCUITS," has completed work on its self-titled full-length debut at Crescendo Sound Studios for a July release via No Idea Records.

Four songs from the CD — "Never Ending Fight", "We've Got No Friends", "Set in Your Ways" and "Black Hearse" — are available for streaming on the group's MySpace page.

Commented Tony: "NO FRIENDS just recently completed our first full-length and I'm really pleased with how it came out. This band is something that I have wanted to be a part of for a while and I'm really stoked with how fun and fast things came together once we all agreed to do it. We are all on the same page as far as wanting to write interesting and creative fast music. I think we managed to create a pretty killer first release."

NO FRIENDS played its first Richmond show on January 25 at Empire with GATORFACE and VIRGINS.


Tony Foresta - Vocals
Alex Goldfarb - Bass, Vocals
Richard Minino - Drums
Sam Johnson - Guitar, Vocals


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