While on tour together, members of Strung Out and The Swellers performed a cover of No Use for a Name's "Justified Black Eye." The track comes from 1995's Leche Con Carne and the bands dedicated the song to their late friend, Tony Sly, who passed away in August. Tony's bandmates dissolved the band soon after that.
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