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Sick/Tired joins A389

Posted by Loren on December 1, 2013

Sick/Tired joins A389
Sick/Tired joins A389

Sick/Tired, the hardcore/grind band from Chicago, has joined up with A389 Recordings and will play at next month's Label Bash in Baltimore. The band was formed in 2008 by ex-members of Weekend Nachos and MK Ultra and has released records with Profane Existence, To Live a Lie, Cowabunga Recordss and more. They most recently released King of Dirt this past May and are at work on a full-length for A389 next summer.

Sick/Tired joins A389
Sick/Tired joins A389

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