Showing posts with label Rebuilder. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rebuilder. Show all posts

Monday, October 14, 2013

Rebuilder - Rebuilder EP Record Release Show

Boston punk meets iconic Vermont maximum soul power during the Rebuilder Record Release Show.

On Friday, October 18th, emerging Boston pop punk band Rebuilder will hit the stage with Riki Rocksteady, Great Lakes USA and Rough Francis (VT) during the Rebuilder EP Record Release party at The Middle East.

Friday, July 12, 2013

Rebuilder Debut Self-Titled EP is a Headrush

In between opening for big name acts like The Dropkick Murphys and Dead Milkmen, and touring the festival circuit with appearances at Pouzza Fest (Montreal, CA 5/18), Warped Tour (Boston, 7/11) and the upcoming FEST (Gainsville, FL 11/3), Boston punk rock band, Rebuilder (Refuse Rethink Rebuild Records), found time to record their debut EP. Available now.

Name your price download of the new Rebuilder EP available on Bandcamp

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Rebuilder – One More Time for Watertown

“We’re really excited to be here. I’m from Watertown. It’s been a rough couple of days.” Just 24 hours after the Boston Marathon Bomber suspect was caught, Watertown residents Sal Ellington (vox/guitar), Daniel Carswell (bass) and the rest of Rebuilder hit the stage at The Sinclair in Harvard Square, Cambridge as the opener for The Dead Milkmen (Bowery Boston) on Saturday, April 20th.

Boston punk gets a new pillar of support from
seasoned musicians in one of the most energetic bands
to hit the stage since the days of Drexel. (image credit)

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Crossing the Border: Boston Bands Head to Canada for Pouzza Fest

Festival Punk de Montréal 2013! Canadian booking service, L'Écurie (The Stable) will host punk rock in all its poutine covered, French Canadian glory during the 2013 Pouzza Fest, May 17th-19th in downtown Montreal, which features over 150 bands, including several from the Bay State. Along with big name hometown bands such as Big D and the Kids Table and A Wilhelm Scream, several more modest bands will be heading up to the land of hockey and bacon this spring.

Canadian Pouzza Fest to host several
Boston area bands this May

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