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Boston’s Raw Blow Unveil Brutal “Don’t Try” Single Ahead Of Slow Choke EP…Playing Shea Stadium (11/23)

Chris Rotolo October 22, 2014 News No Comments
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Raw Blow are capable of producing prettier compositions, a claim evidenced by the snippets of haunting melodies woven deep into the brutal fabric of the outfit’s latest single “Don’t Try.” However, this band, bred by a decade of underground Boston bar brawls, has decided, simply, to offer no more than a taste of their captivating capabilities, opting rather to overwhelm it’s audience with a raging mish-mosh of pit churning anthems…and we’re just sort of fine with that.

“Don’t Try” is 81 seconds of scorched earth policy Punk-Rock with fleeting moments of beauty to trap the listener before the musical decimation commences.  Stream the Raw Blow single below, as well as a bonus cut of “Slow Choke”, in preparation for outfit’s forthcoming Slow Choke EP, which is scheduled to drop on October 28th via Birmingham, Alabama’s Social Cancer Records.

And if the record tickles your fancy, be sure to catch Raw Blow live when they head to Brooklyn’s favorite house of DIY Rock Shea Stadium on November 23rd with Sneeze.

Raw Blow Dates:
11/07 – New Haven, CT @ Panty Hause
11/08 – Philadelphia, PA @ Rock Bottom XX
11/09 – Richmond, VA @ Church of Abraham
11/10 – Asheville, NC @ The Odditorium
11/11 – Atlanta, GA @ Wunderroot
11/12 – Tallahassee, FL @ Pete The Venue
11/13 – New Orleans, LA @ TBA
11/14 – Birmingham, AL @ The Forge
11/15 – Nashville, TN @ Hymen Haus
11/16 – Murray, KY @ Dale’s Youth Corner
11/17 – Kansas City, MO @ Art Closet
11/18 – Milwaukee, WI @ Quarters
11/19 – Chicago, IL @ TBA
11/20 – Bloomington, IN @ TBA
11/21 – Akron, OH @ Its A Kling Thing
11/22 – Washington DC @ TBA
11/23 – Brooklyn, NY @ Shea Stadium
11/24 – Cambridge, MA @ Charlies Kitchen

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Chris graduated from The College Of New Jersey in May of 2011 with a Bachelors Degree in both Journalism/Professional Writing and Communication Studies. He's held down a position in the Asbury Park Press’ Sports Department since September of 2010 and is a contributor to the outlet’s Arts & Entertainment section as well as Consequence of Sound (http://consequenceofsound.net).

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