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Ensign To Play A Show?

Posted Oct. 19, 2010, 12:05 p.m. in Shows by Jon E.
Ensign To Play A Show?

Official press release:

For the first time in roughly 14 years, the original line-up of New Jersey hardcore band Ensign will be performing together for a special pre-Halloween event on October 30th at the Court Tavern in New Brunswick, NJ. The line-up consists of vocalist Tim Shaw, original drummer Chris Ross (Nora/Torchbearer), founding guitarist John Fraunberger, and touring bassist Nate Gluck (Strength 691/Vision/Detournement). The band will only be performing material from their first and second 7 inches as well as a few extra treats, most of which have not been performed live since the departure of Ross and Fraunberger in the late-90's.

Also performing will be Frontier(s), the new band from Chris Hidgon (Elliott) and Matt Wieder (Mouthpiece/Automatic), Karma Never Forgives (members from Agents of Man, Bulldoze, For The Love Of, and IDK), and Skull Crusher (Resurrection/Hands Tied). Doors open at 9:00 PM with an $8 entry.

Saturday, October 30th
Court Tavern
124 Church Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
$8 - 9:00 PM

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