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The Illinois-via-Colorado band Planes Mistaken For Stars were one of the heaviest, most righteously wooly groups on the post-hardcore underground of the ’00s. They haven’t released anything since their monstrous 2006 album Mercy, and they’ve spent most of the decade since then broken up. But they’re back together now, and they return later this week […]
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