AGGRESSION CORE, the Washington-based band featuring former NEVERMORE and current ANNIHILATOR guitarist Curran Murphy, have split up. Click here to read the complete tale of internal bickering and finger-pointing that led to the band's break-up.
Former AGGRESSION CORE drummer Dale Puckett, who was ousted from the group in the fall of 2002, is currently playing with Seattle's AGONY OF DECEIT. The band, who recently opened for DBX and took part in the Seattle Metal Fest, have teamed up with THE BRAINDEAD for the recently-launched "Born Afflicted Tour". Remaining dates are as follows:
Aug. 31 - The Gig – Hollywood, CA (w/ BLOOD STAR HALO)
Sep. 01 - Goodfella's - Rancho Cucamonga, CA (w/ VERSATILE AGGRESSION)
Sep. 02 - Brick By Brick - San Diego, CA (w/ ACTS OF AGGRESSION)
Sep. 03 - Hollywood Alley – Mesa, AZ (w/ RED TEAR MEMORY, BLIND GREED)
Sep. 05 - The Cooler Lounge - Las Vegas, NV
Sep. 06 - Albee's - Salt Lake City, UT
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