Reunited New York hardcore veterans MADBALL will be playing an exclusive show with H2O and SHAI HULUD on March 14 in Poughkeepsie, NY.
In related news, HAZEN STREET, the new hardcore "supergroup" featuring Freddy Cricien (MADBALL) and Toby Morse (H20) on vocals, bassist Hoya (MADBALL), Chad Gilbert (NEW FOUND GLORY) and David Kennedy (BOX CAR RACER) on guitar, and drummer Mackie Jayson (CRO-MAGS, BAD BRAINS, SHELTER), will be supporting STORY OF THE YEAR on their upcoming headlining tour. Also set to appear are MOTION CITY SOUNDTRACK and LETTER KILLS. The trek is set to run from March 20 to May 6. Dates and venues will be announced soon.
HAZEN STREET recently completed work on their debut album with producer Howard Benson (P.O.D., PAPA ROACH, SEPULTURA) for a May release through Benji and Joel Madden's (GOOD CHARLOTTE) D.C. Flag label imprint.
Upcoming MADBALL tour dates:
Jan. 29 - Whiskey A Go-Go – West Hollywood, CA
Jan. 30 - The Pound - San Francisco, CA
Jan. 31 - Showcase Theatre - Corona, CA
Mar. 14 - The Chance - Poughkeepsie, NY
Apr. 24 – Marque - Meerhout, BEL (Groezrock Festival)
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