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From Autumn To Ashes to Play Benefit Show January 8th

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FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES have announced a January 8th benefit performance for the Looney Tunes CD Store in their hometown area of Long Island, NY. A massive fire destroyed the store, which is family-owned and has been in business for over 35 years, last August. The store has been rebuilt and re-opened on December 1st, with the help of donations from fellow indie retailers and local bands.

Francis Mark, FATA’s frontman, said: “When I was 13 years old I bought my first hardcore CD from Looney Tunes, which was Earth Crisis’ “All Out War” EP. That was a huge turning point in my life and I’ve been going there ever since.”

From Autumn To Ashes’ entire performance in-store will be recorded live. To gain admittance, fans must pre-order the recording for $7.99 either by clicking here or signing up at the door on entry.

This will be the only New York area appearance by FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES as they continue their worldwide tour in support of their transformative and critically acclaimed fourth full-length, "Holding A Wolf By The Ears."

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1. Jimbob writes:

I liked the early albums of these guys, fair good easy listening and some alright breakdowns. The new stuff is a bit of a let down... i don't like the drummer doing all the vocals. They've gone from emo-metalcore to screamo-pop... It's filthy.

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