News Labels Red Scare signs Good Friend

Red Scare signs Good Friend

Posted Oct. 13, 2016, 8:58 p.m. in Labels by Loren
Red Scare signs Good Friend

Punk label Red Scare Industries has announced the signing of UK band Good Friend, hailing from the Beflast/Newcastle area. The band will release their label debut on Nov. 25, also known as Record Store Day Jr.


The label recently released new material from MakeWar and Arms Aloft, as well as Gather Up the Chaps from The Falcon earlier this year. New music form Nothingotn and The Lillingtons is on the horizon from the label.

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