News•October 29, 2010 12:40 PM ET•7,410 views
Most Precious Blood update
According to the rumor mill, minor stars have aligned and inactive New York hardcore/punk outfit Most Precious Blood will be regrouping in mid to late-January for two shows. Said shows are expected to take place in Albany and New York City. Any MBP regrouping at this point would be no small feat, as its members are scattered on the East Coast, with singer Rob Fusco in Philadelphia, Rachel Rosen (guitar) in New Jersey, Justin Brannan (guitar) in Brooklyn, Matt Miller (bass) in Atlanta, and Colin Kercz (drums) in Washington DC. Meanwhile, the band's latest release, "Do Not Resuscitate," will apparently see of the light of day in early-2011, nearly three years after being recorded. A January release through Bullet Tooth is in the works, though the album's release has been delayed many times before, so we'll wait and see.
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