FORGE Record New CD, Embark On Tour

Detroit, Michigan-based punk/metal four-piece FORGE have completed work on their new CD at Backwoods Studios in Rochester, Michigan for a November release through Static Records. Among the cuts set to appear on the effort are "The Fold", "Mastermind", "Stickman", "Departure", and "One Swift Motion". In the meantime, you can catch the band performing live at the following locations:

Oct. 04 - Cleveland, OH - Peabody's (w/AMERICAN ROCK STAR)
Oct. 05 - Akron, OH - Glass House (w/EMBODYMENT, DEAD POETIC)
Oct. 17 - Toledo, OH - Frankie's (w/PILE OF HEADS)
Oct. 19 - Muncie, IN - Speakeasy
Oct. 26 - Clawson, MI - American Legion Hall (w/FORDIRELIFESAKE, NO ALTERNATIVE)
Oct. 26 - Detroit, MI - I-Rock
Nov. 03 - Fraser, MI - EKO Entertainment (w/TOO MANY GODS)
Nov. 09 - Toronto, ONT - The 360
Nov. 22 - Dayton, OH - 1470 West (w/THROWING ROCKS AT GIRLS)
Dec. 02 - Muncie, IN - Speak Easy (w/DAVE BROCKIE EXPERIENCE)
Dec. 04 - East Pointe, MI - Wired Frog (w/DAVE BROCKIE EXPERIENCE)


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