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Touché Amoré Announce Live Album Documenting 1000th Show

Friday, 14 September 2018 Written by Huw Baines

Touché Amoré have announced a new live album.

‘10 Years / 1000 Shows: Live at The Regent Theater’ is a does what it says on the tin type deal that documents the hardcore band bringing up a couple of milestones in a single night at the Los Angeles venue on February 16 this year.

The album will run to 29 tracks - mixed by Converge’s Kurt Ballou at his God City studio in Salem, Massachusetts - and is expected on November 2 via Epitaph.

Head below to stream a pro-shot video for Flowers and You, which finds vocalist Jeremy Bolm dodging stage-divers while delivering an indelible song from 2016’s ‘Stage Four’.





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