Long Island hardcore bruisers Incendiary are gearing up to return to the stage. They already announced that they'll open the first night of Knocked Loose's tour in Chicago on 9/2 (sold out) and Holland punk festival Jera On Air in 2022, and now they've announced their first hometown-area show since COVID: a Saint Vitus Bar and Closed Casket Activities-presented gig at Elsewhere Hall on November 5 with awesome support from God's Hate and Age of Apocalypse. Tickets go on sale Friday (6/25) at 10 AM.

Incendiary haven't released new music since 2017's Thousand Mile Stare, and when asked about a followup in a 2020 interview with Fred Pessaro on Hard Noise, the band said, "There’s nothing concrete to share at the moment, but I think all five of us would like to get something out."

God's Hate (the band featuring Colin Young of Twitching Tongues and vocalist/Ring Of Honor professional wrestler Brody King) recently released their rager of a self-titled album on Closed Casket Activities and Age of Apocalypse recently dropped a rippin' split with Pain of Truth.