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Grindcore Outfit Trap Them Announce Their Last-Ever Live Shows

The much-loved crew of maximum crust look like they’re bowing out with a trio of November gigs.

After five albums, a series of EPs and split-releases, and more bloody-nose live shows than anyone could shake a particularly big stick at for an entire month of Sundays, American grindcore favourites Trap Them look to be calling it a day. 

The Seattle- and Boston-based four-piece – whose Crown Feral LP of 2016, via Prosthetic, was one of the year’s best in class (I mean, seriously, listen to this monster) – posted the below on their Facebook page

Those dates, again: 


10: New York City, St Vitus
11: Montreal, Turbo Haus
12: Boston, Sonia 

If tickets aren’t already sold out, TBH, something’s gone wrong, because these are not big venues. So if you’re keen, make with the cash and get yourself a ticket to one of these crusty finales, like, yesterday.

Listen to Crown Feral below, and do your best not to windmill around the office. Jeff in accounts really hates it when you do that. 

Posted on August 23rd 2017, 10:55a.m.
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