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A389 Recordings VIII Anniverary Bash

Words: Gregg Harrington • January 30, 2012

A389 Recordings VIII Anniverary Bash
A389 Recordings VIII Anniverary Bash

A389 Recordings has released nearly 100 vinyl records since 2004. On Jan. 21, the label is hosting the A389 Recordings Anniversary Bash VIII at the Sonar Compound in Baltimore, MD to celebrate their longevity—and to host a final show for Pulling Teeth.

To get everyone psyched up, Scene Point Blank talked with members of Triac, Weekend Nachos, Full of Hell, Young and In the Way, Low Places, Homewrecker, Gehenna, and Pulling Teeth—all whom will be playing the two stage, sixteen band event next week.

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