Unsigned Texas band COURSE OF RUIN has been chosen to play the official after-party for the LAMB OF GOD/ TRIVIUM/ MACHINE HEAD/ GOJIRA show in Austin, TX at the legendary Stubb's BBQ on February 18. The band will take the inside stage at 10:30 p.m. directly after LAMB OF GOD has completed the show. Admission is free with a wristband from the outdoor show.

COURSE OF RUIN is currently putting the finishing touches on a new EP, entitled "Bleed the Pain", in Austin, TX. With more guitar solos, fatter production, and killer songwriting, this release will see the band expanding upon the sound they have forged so far. Check out for more details.

In other news, COURSE OF RUIN has just inked a deal with Real Clothing Co. The groups says, "We are extremely happy to be a Real Clothing Co. band. Jim is an extremely cool guy and his clothing designs are awesome. His company stands for all of the things we speak about in our music. We share the same outlook on life that Real does and think this is a great pairing. It is an honor for us to be a part of the Real family among such venerable bands as SICK OF IT ALL, MADBALL, and HATEBREED. We look forward to great things!"


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