GENOCIDE, NAUSEA L.A. To Team Up For California Concert

July 11, 2003

GENOCIDE, the Michigan–based death metal/grindcore band featuring members of the recently reunited REPULSION, will be teaming up with the influential Los Angeles deathcore merchants NAUSEA L.A. (featuring TERRORIZER vocalist Oscar Garcia) for a one-off gig at The Garage in Los Angeles, California on Tuesday, July 22. The Garage is located at 4519 Santa Monica Blvd. For more information, call (323) 662-6802.

As previously reported, REPULSION (who were originally formed out of the ashes of GENOCIDE) have announced plans to perform live — for the first time in over 10 years — as one of the headlining acts at the 2003 Milwaukee Metalfest, set to take place July 25 and 26 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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