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Scranton’s The Menzingers announce date for new album ‘After the Party’

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Scranton natives The Menzingers have announced the release date for its new album ‘After the Party.’ The band included new single ‘Bad Catholics’ in a recent concert at Vault Tap & Kitchen in Scranton — singer/guitarist Greg Barnett said the song is about church picnics.
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    Philadelphia-by-way-of-Scranton punk band The Menzingers have set a Feb. 3 release date for its new record “After the Party.”

    Pre-orders are available now at KingsRoadMerch.com/The-Menzingers. Options include a limited edition translucent green vinyl pressing of the album.

    “After the Party” is the band’s fifth LP and third on California-based Epitaph Records. It includes the previously-released single “Lookers,” as well as “Bad Catholics,” the latter released alongside today’s announcement.

    Scranton natives The Menzingers have announced the release date for its new album ‘After the Party.’ The band included new single ‘Bad Catholics’ in a recent concert at Vault Tap & Kitchen in Scranton — singer/guitarist Greg Barnett said the song is about church picnics.
    http://theweekender.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_Menzingers-Photo-300×159-2.jpgScranton natives The Menzingers have announced the release date for its new album ‘After the Party.’ The band included new single ‘Bad Catholics’ in a recent concert at Vault Tap & Kitchen in Scranton — singer/guitarist Greg Barnett said the song is about church picnics. Submitted photo
    Pre-orders are available now

    By Gene Axton

    [email protected]

    Reach Gene Axton at 570-991-6121 or on Twitter @TLArts

    Reach Gene Axton at 570-991-6121 or on Twitter @TLArts