Following their recent reunion performance at The Fest in Gainesville, Florida, the The Suicide Machines look like they're extending their reunion, at least for a few shows. Tickets are now being sold for at least two upcoming performances, one in Toronto at the Mod Club on December 30th and one in Toledo, Ohio on January 15th. The Toledo show will also feature Sick Of It All, Outbreak, Alpha & Omega and Unsinkable Molly Brown. There's no word yet on how much further activity can be expected from the Detroit-based ska-punk act.
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