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Ensign to play Punk Vs. Fibrosis benefit show this weekend in New York State with Palehorse (B9), Tiger Flowers and more.

Ensign band

Saturday, February 26th: Ensign, Palehorse, Tiger Flowers, Dead Channels, Living Laser, and Thunderlord will be playing the Punk Vs. Fibrosis benefit show in Chester, New York. The show will be held at Colonial Lanes, 78 Brookside Avenue in Chester, New York. For the majority of you reading this, Chester isn't too far from the New Jersey and New York border. Although most of the line-up is from New York, Ensign will be representing New Jersey, and New Brunswick specifically.

Ensign, hardcore punk rock band from New Jersey that was signed with Nitro Records, recently played New York City, seems to be playing one-offs here and there. Tiger Flowers, brutal metal split between New York City and Upstate, seems to have a few more shows on their radar, March 25th in Brooklyn and March 26th in Montclair with Something About Death or Dying (ex. Chambers, Gaslight Anthem, etc). The NJ Underground was also fortunate enough to have touched base with Tiger Flowers' Jesse Madre back in the summer for a brief interview.

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up the punx
February 22, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterDave
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