RAG MEN: East Coast Dates Announced

RAG MEN, the New York-based band featuring frontman Jorge Rosado (MERAUDER, GOD IS I), guitarist Mitts (SKARHEAD, CROWN OF THORNZ), bassist Ian "Bulldog" Edwards (FREYA, ex-EARTH CRISIS), and drummer Rigg Ross (SKARHEAD, ex-HATEBREED), have lined up the following shows in late February:

Feb. 27 - Albany, NY @ Valentine's (w/ BLOOD FOR BLOOD, MURDERER'S ROW)
Feb. 28 - Irvington, NJ @ Cricket Club (w/ BLOOD FOR BLOOD)
Feb. 29 - Washington, DC @ The Nation (Super Bowl Of Hardcore)

As previously reported, RAG MEN will release their self-titled debut album on February 17 through Eulogy Records.

The CD, which will be released in Europe via Gangstyle Records, will contain the following songs:

01. My World (mp3)
02. Warrior Soul
03. Insomnia
04. Obstacles
05. Vision Of You
06. Possession
07. Tierra
08. No Questions
09. Territory

A vinyl version of "Rag Men" will be made available through Malfunction Records.

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