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Maximum ToleranceMaximum ToleranceJoined: Sat Jun 05, 2010 12:45 pmPosts: 6
Irish hardcore band Only Fumes & Corpses (Lockjaw/Underground Movement/Headwrecker. Randall Records) are back on tour to promote their new album “Who Really Cares, What Really Lasts”.

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Fri 21st Sally Longs, Galway 9pm/no cover charge w/ Rites and Morning Lights
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=184006484951633

Sat 22nd The Lower Deck, Dublin 8pm/€6 before 9/€8 after w/ Slomatics, Contort, Summer of George, Wizards of Firetop Mountain

Sun 23rd The13th Note, Glasgow 8:30pm/£5 w/ Clocked Out, Coffinsplitter and Streets of Rage
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=150509611665328

Mon 24th Henry’s Cellar, Edinburgh 7:30pm/£6 w/ Post Fata Resurgo, Murder of Crows, T-34 and Pianosa
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=192902884056940

Tue 25th Firefly, Worcester 7:30/£3 w/ Steady Pedro and Bitter Life
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=183684034983055

Thu 27th The White Rabbit, Plymouth 8:00/£4 w/ The Departed, Violent Virtues and Elithia
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=173644649328920

Sat 29th Nuclear Winter Fest, Pavillion, Belfast 6pm/£5 with Post Fata Resurgo, Defcon Zero, Slomatics, Droppin Bombs, Bacchus, Gacys Thread, Comply or Die
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=133445026699852

Tour event page
http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/even ... 8197830488

We have days off on Wed 26th and Friday 28th January so if you can help out with a last minute show in the south/west/mid UK please get in touch.

http://ww.myspace.com/onlyfumesandcorpses
http://www.reverbnation.com/onlyfumescorpses
http://twitter.com/#!/OFAChc
http://breakingtunes.com/onlyfumescorpses
http://onlyfumesandcorpses.tumblr.com/
http://onlyfumesandcorpses.blogspot.com/
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Only-Fume ... 2814972428
http://www.lockjawrecords.co.uk/site/lo ... /ofac.html
http://www.onlyfumesandcorpses.bigcartel.com


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“Probably one of the best hardcore full length records I have had the pleasure of reviewing for ages. It's dirty, powerful and incredibly mature.” – Lights Go Out

“While still keeping the fast anthemic hardcore of their earlier days firmly to the fore, OFAC have extended their remit far beyond my expectations and, I'd wager, their own. Wether it's the new line up or what I don't know, but this record erases the memory of anything they've done before - it's a revitalised, dynamic maelstrom of a record that melds a whole bunch of elements together to produce something that sounds remarkably fresh and most importantly has its' own identity.” – Destroyed Human

“An occasional burst of melody, the addition of some metallic elements into the mix and vocals that wail with frustration and despair throughout make this a keeper. Even the most discerning hardcore/punk rock aficionados would be hard pushed to not find something they like about this album." - Muckle Sandwich

“I really want to take the piss, but I can't because they're music is really fucking good” – deaddeaddeadmusic

“A lot of reviews I've seen for this record mention Comeback Kid. While that's a fair shout (especially on "New To This"), the first thing I thought of when spinning up this CD's first track "Futile Promises Of A Listless Mind" was undoubtedly Tragedy - their viscous oozy crust is splattered all over this.” – Capital Punishment

“What struck me first about this record was the fact that despite wearing their influences firmly on their sleeves in the form of the aggression of bands like comeback kid, the melody and gruff vocals of hot water music and the riff power of more recent bands like cancer bats, it’s refreshing to hear these facets combined into an original sounding record.” – Everyting You Touch Turns To Gold

“With their album showing so much energy I can imagine their live shows being one hell of a ride so I recommend you check these guys out for yourself” - Hitthefloor

“…stark in die Modern Hardcore Kante und bestechen durch arschglattest Songwriting. Die Mischung macht's, die Mischung stimmt. Ich bin überrascht. Es ist doch immer wieder eine gelungene Abwechslung, das Werk einer einem zuvor völlig unbekannten Band zu hören und sich dann für einen kurzen Moment weggeblasen zu fühlen” - Got A Nerve

“Klar, grundsätzlich neu ist und kann der Sound sowieso nicht sein, aber das was aus dem alten Gerippe „old school hardcore“ hier so rausgeholt wird ist schon gut. Selbst für mich auf Repeat, und für Old School Nerds ein sicherer Hit.” Poisonfree


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 22, 2011 1:12 pm Reply with quote
Maximum ToleranceMaximum ToleranceJoined: Sat Jun 05, 2010 12:45 pmPosts: 6
Got a gig on our day off....
Wed 26th Jan // Scream Lounge, Croydon with Laughing In The Face Of and more. Get down early if ya wanna catch us.


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