Blatz, who are now defunct, have announced a live record. The record comes from the band's 2013 live show which was at 924 Gilman in Berkeley and was a benefit for Mike Montano of Filth, who had cancer at the time. Unfortunately, Montano passed away. So, the band will be releasing the live record as Mike Montano and all proceeds will benefit 924 Gilman. You can find more information here.
by John Gentile
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