CRO-MAGS, MADBALL To Perform At New York City's BLACK N BLUE BOWL

CRO-MAGS and MADBALL are among the confirmed bands for this year's edition of the Black N Blue Bowl (formerly known as the Superbowl Of Hardcore), set to take place May 15, 2010 at New York City's Webster Hall.

This is the first time since 1988 that the Bowl is back where it all began!

Black N Blue Bowl billing:

CRO-MAGS
MADBALL
YUPPICIDE
(first show since 1998)
H20
SKARHEAD
TRAPPED UNDER ICE
WISDOM IN CHAINS
SAND
CRUEL HAND
H8 INC.
INCENDIARY

Doors at 2 p.m., so don't be late.

Webster Hall is located at 125 E. 11th street in New York, New York.

Pre-sale tickets are available online through www.pitchforkny.com or at NYHC Tattoos and Generation Records in New York City, Brooklyn Monster Factory in Brooklyn, New York and Lotus Tattoo in Sayville, New York (Long Island)

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