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Mehkago NT Announces Tour

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Pure crusty hardcore aggression, 305-style, hits the eastern seaboard on the heels of a No Idea split with Religious as Fuck. Mehkago NT is an admixture of some of South Florida's best known, most notorious HC/punk/sludge/metal musicians.  The band features members or ex-members of DNME, Torche, Shitstorm, Tyranny of Shaw, Sonny Chiba Death Cult, Hibernus Mortis, Consular, Enemy Against Enemy, Trust No One, Tunes for Bears to Dance to, Thick as Blood, and so on and so forth.  David Miller, one of the three guitar players in this crusty hardcore outfit is also the proprietor of  Abort the World, a label and distro that you may see at various shows around town (he's the guy with the al-Qaeda beard and the crates of vinyl). 

The tour kickoff is Feb 5th with a band some of you may have heard of before, Agnostic Front.

Dates are as follows:

Feb 5 2009 - Churchill's Pub w/ AGNOSTIC FRONT - Miami, Florida
Feb 6 2009 - Transitions Art Gallery - Tampa, Florida
Feb 7 2009 - The Junkyard - Gainesville, Florida
Feb 8 2009 - The Hangar - Athens, Georgia
Feb 9 2009 - Static Age Records - Asheville, North Carolina
Feb 10 2009 -  The GSS House - Raleigh, North Carolina
Feb 11 2009 - Nara Sushi - Richmond, Virginia
Feb 12 2009 - Corpse Fortress - Silver Spring, Maryland
Feb 13 2009 -  The Milestone - Charlotte, North Carolina
Feb 14 2009 - Shantytown Pub - Jacksonville, Florida
Feb 15 2009 -  TBA - Orlando, Florida

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