Snapcase to reunite for Callum Robbins benefit
by Victory

Influential hardcore act Snapcase will be reuniting for a single show in November. The show take place Saturday, November 24, at The Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, New York, and being billed as "The Anti–Matter Anthology: A Book Release Concert & Benefit for Callum Robbins" will feature Snapcase (labeled as "a one–time reunion performance"), 108 and Triple Threat.

The purpose of the benefit is to raise money for Callum Robbins, the son of J. Robbins (Jawbox). Cal was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy last year and there has been support from many friends of the Robbins' with the most recent including a sold–out Dismemberment Plan reunion and a 31–track compilation featuring songs from Jawbreaker, Mission of Burma and many others.

The show also coincides with and celebrates the release of The Anti–Matter Anthology: A 1990s Post–Punk & Hardcore Reader which is due out November 06, 2007.

Snapcase split up in 2005 after a number of acclaimed and influential albums including Progression Through Unlearning, Designs for Automotion and End Transmission.