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All Pigs Must Die announce new album and Brooklyn & Boston shows

Converge at Royale Boston
Ben Koller with Converge in Boston over the weekend (more by Ben Stas)

Hardcore supergroup All Pigs Must Die — whose lineup includes Converge drummer Ben Koller, Hope Conspiracy vocalist Kevin Baker, Adam Wentworth and Matt Woods of Bloodhorse, and Brian Izzi of Trap Them — have announced that the followup to 2013’s Nothing Violates This Nature will be out this fall on Southern Lord. Most details on that album are TBA, but in the meantime, the band just announced Brooklyn and Boston shows.

They play Brooklyn on October 19 at Saint Vitus and Boston on October 20 at Great Scott. Both shows have support from Wormwood, with additional support from Syndromes in Brooklyn and Plagues in Boston. Tickets for Brooklyn and Boston go on sale Thursday (8/10) and Friday (8/11) at 10 AM, respectively.

Speaking of Converge, we just posted pictures of the Boston band’s hometown show with Neurosis and Amenra from earlier this week. They have a new album coming too, and they play a one-off with Gojira in Brooklyn in September (tickets).

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