NYHC legends Sick Of It All have been celebrating their 30th anniversary all year, including the hometown show at Webster Hall that they played back in July. They have more dates coming up, including three much smaller hometown shows in three different boroughs. (It's dubbed the 30th Anniversary Triboro Tour.) Each show will be opened by two fellow veterans of NYHC.

The run begins in Brooklyn on December 9 at Saint Vitus with Indecision and Inhuman, then hits Manhattan's Bowery Electric (12/10) the next day with Killing Time and Antidote, and finally wraps up in Queens on 12/11 at Blackthorn 51 with No Redeeming Social Value and Maximum Penalty. Tickets for Vitus and Bowery Electric go on sale Friday (10/7) at 10 AM. Ticket link for Blackthorn 51 coming soon.

In related news, Indecision members Justin Brannon and Rachel Rosen's band Most Precious Blood will celebrate the 15th anniversary of their debut album 'Nothing In Vain' at Saint Vitus on November 25 (the day after Thanksgiving). That show is with Line of Scrimmage, Blind Justice and Jukai. Tickets are on sale now.

It's the only date we're currently aware of for MPB. Indecision also play Tampa's FYA Fest in January 2017 with Trapped Under Ice, Strife, and more.

Watch Indecision play their song "Most Precious Blood" earlier this year, stream Nothing In Vain and stream SOIA's debut LP, with the list of all SOIA dates:

Sick Of It All -- 2016 Tour Dates
Oct 13 Melkweg The Max Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oct 14 Turock Essen, Germany
Oct 16 PPC Graz, Austria
Oct 19 PTR Usine Geneva, Switzerland
Oct 20 Garage Saarbrücken, Germany
Oct 21 LE HUBLOT Nancy, France
Oct 23 Trabendo Paris, France
Oct 27 Babel Malmö Malmo, Sweden
Oct 28 Kajskjul 46 Gothenburg, Sweden
Dec 09 Saint Vitus Brooklyn, NY w/ Indecision, Inhuman
Dec 10 Bowery Electric New York, NY w/ Killing Time, Antidote
Dec 11 Blackthorn 51 Elmhurst, NY w/ No Redeeming Social Value, Maximum Penalty