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Take Out Your Rage By Blasting BRUISE's Grief Ritual

Circle pit around your screen!

Circle pit around your screen!

Sometimes the day just gets to you. Whether it be your job, family & friends or what's happening in the world at large, the rage is building up in you. Sometimes you need a soundtrack to let out all your rage.

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Allow the new album from Indiana's Bruise be the soundtrack to your rage outlet. Their album, Grief Ritual, features nine pummeling tracks, sure to make you feel like you're in the moshpit, when you're really probably just on a trendmill or on the subway coming home from work. Don't punch the person sitting next you accidentally while listening to this.

Grief Ritual is out this Friday, August 31st on Unbeaten Records. You can pre-order the album here. The band is spending September on the road to promote the album and bringing Boundaries & Sledge with them.

9/14 – Louisville, KY @ Spinelli’s
9/15 – South Bend, IN @ The Well
9/16 – Detroit, MI @ The Sanctuary
9/17 – Kittanning, PA @ Radioactive Events Centre
9/18 – Baltimore, MD @ The Rockwell
9/19 – Columbia, SC @ Tapp’s Art Centre
9/20 – Jacksonville, FL @ Nighthawks
9/22 – Ocean Springs, MS @ Crooked Letter Brewery
9/23 – Houston, TX @ White Swan
9/24 – Dallas, TX @ Killers Tacos
9/25 – Colorado Springs, CO @ Triple Nickel Tavern
9/27 – Omaha, NE @ Lookout Lounge
9/28 – Milwaukee, WI @ JJ’s

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