Massachusetts-based punk/emtal outfit MONGREL will be supporting former MISFITS frontman Michale Graves as he and TRASH LIGHT VISION (featuring MURDERDOLLS guitarist Acey Slade) make a series of stops in the New England area in June. MONGREL guitarist Adam Savage commented, "This is a perfect pairing for us and we're psyched for the opportunity! Opening for the MISFITS was an amazing experience so to get to do four shows with Michale Graves is going to be a blast!"


Jun. 12 - Evos Arts - Lowell, MA
Jun. 13 - O'Brien's Pub - Allston, MA
Jun. 14 - Webster Underground - Hartford, CT
Jun. 16 - The Asylum - Portland, ME

MONGREL, who released their well-received EP, "Open Your Eyes", in late April, were named one of "Five Bands on the Way Up" by the Manchester HippoPress, "Band Of The Month" for March by, and will be the spotlight artist for in June. The band has received airplay on WAAF, WHEB, WUML, WMFO, SpiderBiteRadio, and more. MONGREL, a band that likes to keep busy, will also be performing in the Battle of the Bands semi-final round at Reflections in Chelmsford, MA on June 4, The Bombshelter in Manchester, NH on June 10, and Scorz in Nashua, NH on June 17.


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