Orlando punks Grave Return release first new record in three years on Friday

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Grave Return
Orlando’s Grave Return, a band whose bloodline runs rich with homegrown punk royalty, have never been accused of being prolific.

Their last record came out in 2017, the same year I saw them play a charging set opening up for the legendary Damned.

That’s why the release of their first new music in three years this week is pretty momentous.
On Friday, Dec. 11, Grave Return will drop driving new EP Victory Or … on Ashtray Monument, the Tampa record label that’s also a lovingly dedicated archivist of historical Florida rock music.

Digital purchase includes a bonus track and vinyl edition is super limited to a precious 35 lathe-cut copies, so maybe pounce on those with haste.

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