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Good Riddance's first new album in 9 years

Posted Feb. 13, 2015, 1:10 p.m. in Records by Loren
Good Riddance's first new album in 9 years

Good Riddance - Peace in Our Time

Good Riddance has announced the upcoming Peace in Our Time, the band's first new release in nine years.The Santa Cruz, CA band formed in the 1990s and disbanded in 2007 before returning with the new record.


Vocalist Russ Rankin released an album last year as a member of Only Crime and Good Riddance will play at Groezrock 2015. The album releases on April 21.

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