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Newswire: Dangers bends to a new will on The Bend In The Break

For its third album, California hardcore band Dangers seems inclined to get a little weird. In many ways the band seems to be following Blacklisted’s lead, laying down a solid foundation of fast-yet-groovy hardcore then darting off on its own path for its third album. Topshelf Records will release The Bend In The Break on October 14 and The A.V. Club is streaming the album’s title track below.
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