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Salad Days Magazine | October 16, 2019

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NO WARNING RETURNS, ANNOUNCES FIRST NORTH AMERICAN SHOW IN 10 YEARS

NO WARNING RETURNS, ANNOUNCES FIRST NORTH AMERICAN SHOW IN 10 YEARS
Salad Days

Show scheduled for April 10th at Gamechangerworld in Howell, NJ

From Toronto, Canada, No Warning has been hailed as one of the most important hardcore bands of the ’00′s with their unique brand of New York-inspired hardcore. Formed in late 1999, the band garnered an immediate following with their 2001 self-titled EP and playing shows across the USA and Canada with hardcore mainstays such as Hatebreed, Madball, Cro-Mags, Sick Of It All and Bane.

From No Warning:
“On April 10th, No Warning will play our first North American show in 10 years. The state of the world and our system of life is as ugly as ever and it is time to express our disgust in the one way we know how. It’s been a strange journey for our band but we feel very blessed that people still get down with our music. Come April 2015 on the Jersey shore we will share that appreciation. The full line up with some new and old friends will be announced a little later. It will not disappoint. Still ill. NW”

In the fall of 2002, No Warning released what some fans consider to be the band’s best work and staple album of that era of hardcore, ‘Ill Blood’, on Bridge Nine Records. In 2004, to the surprise of many, the band released ‘Suffer, Survive’ on Linkin Park‘s label, Machine Shop Records. ‘Suffer, Survive’ incorporated the bands love for NYHC and heavy music mixed with large elements of melody; a formula which seemed a little premature at the time, only to become a standard practice to many bands in the following years to come. After non-stop touring with bands such as Sum 41, Snoop Dogg, Korn and GhostFace Killah, No Warning broke up in late 2005 and played their unexpected last show in Quebec City. More information coming soon.

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