SINCE THE FLOOD To Support MADBALL On East Coast Dates

New England hardcore powerhouse SINCE THE FLOOD has just released its newest full-length CD, "No Compromise", on Metal Blade Records. The band excels at raw, bare-knuckled hardcore with metallic toned guitars, Schwarzenegger-sized vocals and full velocity assault drumming. Among the group's admirers are Howard Jones from KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, who asked to manage the band soon after their inception, and Trevor Phipps from UNEARTH, who released their debut album, "Valor & Vengence", on Ironclad Recordings in 2003.

SINCE THE FLOOD has confirmed an East Coast run with hardcore legends MADBALL and up-and-comers DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR. The dates are as follows:

Feb. 21 – Boston, MA – Roxy Underground
Feb. 22 – Bucksport, ME – The Kave
Feb. 23 – Poughkeepsie, NY – The Chance
Feb. 24 – Philadelphia, PA – First Unitarian Church
Feb. 25 – Kingston, PA – Backstage Enterprises
Feb. 27 – Baltimore, MD – Ottobar
Feb. 28 – Farmingdale, NY – Crazy Donkey

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