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New Vinyl Release: Some Kind Of Nightmare

San Diego punk band SOME KIND OF NIGHTMARE has released a live version of the song “We Take Form”. The single is taken from the upcoming Limited Edition Vinyl Release DCxPC Live Vol. 9 Some Kind of Nightmare Live at Lou’s, released on DCxPC Live Records. The album is limited to 150 copies and is for sale on the DCxPC Live site. The live version of the song captures the raw energy of the band, who are true touring machines.

About the song, the band says “The song embodies the struggle of healing from body dysmorphia and the pain after dealing with breast cancer and the scars inside and out from a double mastectomy and chemotherapy. It’s about trying to learn to accept, embrace, and to be empowered by the scars and continuing to thrive.”

DCxPC Live Vol. 9 Some Kind of Nightmare Live at Lou’s was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Joshua Dobbs at Danger Room Recording Studio.

Some Kind of Nightmare has brought amazing energy, raw sound, and a strong stage presence with them everywhere they perform. In 2013 they quit their jobs, threw out everything they owned, hit the road, and never looked back. The three-piece group continues to take on the nation with its message of overcoming struggle and modern social issues while gaining support and momentum along the way.

The band is playing an album release show on 12/16 at Lou’s in Orlando. It’s a benefit show for Lou’s because he’s being sued by a new neighbor for noise despite being a venue for over 20 years. Also on the bill are Sticky Steve, Effit, Caustic Bats, Control This!, Call in Dead, and The Petty Thefts!

 

Connect With Some Kind Of Nightmare:
SPOTIFY / INSTAGRAM / FACBEOOK

Connect With Some DCxPC LIVE:
WEBSITE / INSTAGRAM / FACBEOOK

 

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