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Below is our complete No Assembly Required news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

No Assembly Required Posts Album For Free Download

Toronto band No Assembly Required has released their new album titled "St. Petersburg" online for free to celebrate 10 years as a band. You can download the album at the band's website and check out some of their music on their MySpace page.

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No Assembly Required Posts New Video

Canadian hardcore band No Assembly Required shot music videos of the songs "I Hate" and "Pictures Of You" on May 3rd with director Justin McConnell. Both songs are from their most recent album "The Great Tribulation".

The video of 'I Hate" has been posted online and can be viewed on YouTube or below (after the jump). More...

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Working Class Rock Star To Premier In Toronto

Unstable Ground will be premiering the long-awaited documentary Working Class Rock Star in Toronto, Ontario at the Bloor Cinema on June 9.

Working Class Rock Star follows the lives of three bands at different points in their musical careers; Tub Ring (Chicago, IL), Bloodshoteye (Leamington, ON), and 3 Mile Scream (Montreal, QC). The documentary features interviews with Lamb of God, Strapping Young Lad, GWAR, Unearth, The Haunted, Arch Enemy, and more.

Following the film, Inertia Entertainment will co-host a concert featuring Polkadot Cadaver (ex-members of Dog Fashion Disco), Bloodshoteye, and No Assembly Required at the Annex Wreck Room, 794 Bathurst St., Toronto. Doors at 9PM.

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No Assembly Required's 'The Great Tribulation'

Toronto's NO ASSEMBLY REQUIRED have announced that their new CD is set to be released in 2005, and will be titled 'The Great Tribulation'. This will be the followup to the successful independent release titled 'Constructing the Machine' which features guest vocals from Max Illidge of 40 BELOW SUMMER, who also mixed the disc, which has sold over 6,000 copies independantly across Canada and the USA.

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