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Manners To Release Debut Full-Length Album Through MorseCode Recordings

Connecticut hardcore outfit Manners announced that the band will be releasing a first full-length album with New Jersey label MorseCode Recordings. Formed in 2010 in the dense woods of Connecticut, Manners self released two EPs and has been spreading its sound throughout New England for the past couple of years.

In 2011, the band found itself performing on the Break Thru Stage in Mansfield, MA at The Warped Tour and has been announced to play April 21st at this year's New England Metal & Hardcore festival in Worcester, MA along with Bane, Cruel Hand, The Greenery and many more.

Vocalist Chris Hague commented, "We couldn't be more excited to work with MorseCode on this project. It's the perfect label to put out this record and it will be amazing to see this release grow and expand through our partnership with them."

Label partner Rachel Rosen adds, "When we first heard of Manners we were impressed on how organic their songs were and the raw energy that came through. It's awesome to see the next generation of hardcore kids put their own twist on the music."

The record will consist of old and new material from the band and will be released on vinyl as well as CD. More details to follow. If you haven't heard of Manners check the group out via Facebook. Manners also has the following upcoming live shows:

March 10th Milford, CT @ Point Beach Club House w/ Hostage Calm, Defeater, Night Owls
March 18th New York, NY @ The Studio at Webster Hall w/ He Is Legend, Dispute To Flames
March 25th Brooklyn, NY @ The Morgan w/ Forsaken, The Sons of Katie Elder, Existence
April 21st Worcester, MA @The Palladium New England Metal & Hardcore Festival 2012 DAY 2

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