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Less Than Jake and Kill Lincoln Announce Split

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Less Than Jake and Kill Lincoln have teamed up for a new split due out on June 25th.

    The ska-punk legends in Less Than Jake are teaming up with new tone up-and-comers Kill Lincoln for the genre-spanning split of the summer. Featuring two fiercely instant classics, Wavebreaker #1is the first in a series of split 7-inch's from Bad Time Records meant to bridge the gap between the third wave and the current ska-punk resurgence. 
    
    Wavebreaker #1 isavailable for pre-order now in three color variations (which all include a custom enamel 45 adapter), along with a pre-sale exclusive t-shirt.  The split will be available on all streaming platforms on Friday June 18.
    
    Side A features Less Than Jake’s new song “Need Some Shaking”; a high-powered horn-driven anthem where singer Chris Demakes explores the perils of stagnation, topped off with a signature Roger Lima ear-worm chorus.  Side B features “Going Under” by Kill Lincoln; filled to the brim shout-able singalongs, circle pit inducing ska breaks, and the band’s signature blend of melodic hardcore that bubbles over into a frenzied breakdown. The songs show each band at the top of their game and feel right at home side by side with each other.
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  2. JimmyIymmiJ

    Music, a steady riot in my soul. Supporter

    I’m happy that this exists. There’s been a lot of good ska in the last couple years, and Bad Time Records has been involved with a lot of it.
     
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  3. theredline

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    For real. So much good ska! Not all through Bad Time but Less Than Jake, Five Iron Frenzy, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Suicide Machines, Aquabats, Goldfinger, and so much more!
     
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