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The Frightnrs releasing dub version of their 2016 LP on Daptone (hear a song)

Last year, The Frightnrs frontman Dan Klein sadly passed away at 33 after battling A.L.S, and the band's album Nothing More To Say was released on Daptone after his death. On October 20 of this year, Daptone will release a dub version of the album... Continue reading…
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