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General News / April 15, 2019

Mcabre Brothers with Lee Scott, Milkaveli & SUMGii announced for Dublin show

General News / April 15, 2019

Mcabre Brothers with Lee Scott, Milkaveli & SUMGii announced for Dublin show

“The 616 Dvlgng, Blah Records, Cult Mountain, Cult of The Damned Gods deemed the highly glamorous city of Dublin as one of the Irish churches that shall host the ceremony and we daren’t defy divine orders.”

 

“Therefore, your attendance is compulsory. We know every cult member in Dublin by name and address. Alas, there will be severe repercussions should you fail to attend, and so it was written.”

Fresh off the back of their project ‘Tell A Friend’ in February,  Mcabre Brothers are going on tour this spring, with a stop off in The Grand Social on Friday May 10.

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