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Abolish Announces US Tour Dates

Florida hardcore/metal band Abolish has announced a US tour entitled the "Beyond Redemption Tour." The tour is in support of their upcoming album "Beyond Redemption," which was recorded, mixed, mastered, and Produced by Nick Bellmore, at Dexters Lab Recording Studios. The tour dates are as follows:

01/29/2010 - Melbourne, Florida
01/30/2010 - Orlando, Florida
01/31/2010 - Jacksonville, Florida
02/01/2010 - savannah, Georgia
02/02/2010 - Augusta, Georgia
02/03/2010 - Atlanta, Georgia
02/04/2010 - Johnson City, Tennessee
02/05/2010 - Nashville, Tennessee
02/06/2010 - Memphis, Tennessee
02/07/2010 - Jackson, Mississippi
02/08/2010 - Mobile, Alabama
02/09/2010 - Tallahassee, Florida
02/10/2010 - Tampa, Florida
02/11/2010 - Venice, Florida
02/12/2010 - Ft. Myers, Florida
02/13/2010 - Miami, Florida
02/14/2010 - West Palm Beach, Florida

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Abolish Signs To Stillborn Records

Stillborn Records has signed South Florida's up and coming Abolish to their roster. The metallic-hardcore band has entered Connecticut's Dexter's Lab Studios with engineer Nick Bellmore (Hatebreed, Death Threat) to record their debut full length, "Beyond Redemption," which is slated for a fall release. for more information about the band and song samples check out their MySpace page.

The band comments on the signing, "We are very excited to be working with Stillborn, a label that is so well respected and has released some of the staple records in the hardcore and metal genres. With our new record, we wrote songs with the heavy groove we wanted to hear. We hope everyone enjoys the record as much as much as we do. See you on tour."

Stillborn owner and Hatebreed/Kingdom of Sorrow frontman, Jamey Jasta added, "I'm excited to be working with Abolish. Their sound is as hard as their work ethic!"

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