The old school influenced positive hardcore punk band, 2Minute Minor, will release their new album “Blood On Our Front Stoop” through Indie Vision Music (IVM) in early 2018. The album will also be carried through ZAP Records on their bandcamp page.

IVM will have the album available through all digital networks as well as on CD/Tape/Vinyl. Album cover reveal coming in a few months. For now, check out this cool little promo video below.

https://youtu.be/Qsk7kPXZPqg

IVM has 5 releases dropping the first part of 2018: Mainframe “Burn The Boats Ep” (6 songs), Must Build Jacuzzi “Last Place”, Light The Way “False Memory Syndrome”, 2Minute Minor “Blood On Our Front Stoop”, and Fire The Sun “EP”. + some other cool surprises in the coming months that will blow everyone away, especially fans of punk rock.

Band Quote:

“2Minute Minor is a Chicago Positive Old-school Style Hardcore Punk band that gives homage and respect to the bands that paved the path for Hardcore Punk in the 80s and 90s. We are Influenced by the Hardcore Punk and Skinhead Oi! punk movement in the 1980s. Our goal is to make positive, uplifting and thought-provoking lyrics with a sound track of blistering Hardcore Punk to back it up.

 

Stay Positive and keep the PMA.

 

-2Minute Minor”

 

For fans of: Slapshot, Black Flag, Infest, Breakdown, Warzone, Minor Threat, Last Resort, 4 Skins, Oxblood and Uniform Choice

2Minute Minor on Social Media:

https://www.facebook.com/2minuteminorhardcore/

Instagram: @2minute_minor

Twitter: @2minute_minor

Bandcamp: 2minuteminor.bandcamp.com

2Minute Minor Store:

http://2minuteminor.bigcartel.com/

 

Check out all the recent Tape, CD, and Digital releases from Indie Vision Music. Available in digital, from bandcamp here http://music.indievisionmusic.com or on physical here http://indievisionmusic.storenvy.com

 

IVM Spotify Playlist Featuring All the Recent Releases:

https://open.spotify.com/user/freedomlikeasong/playlist/0eRFVWVRT4PW2oJrYc9Qxo

 

Coming Soon From Indie Vision Music (IVM):

IVM “Family & Friends Sampler 1” (Free on CD and Available Digitally Through Indie Vision Music)

Light The Way “False Memory Syndrome” (Pop Punk)

Must Build Jacuzzi “Last Place” (Pop-Punk/Ska)

Mainframe “Burn The Boats” Ep (Punk Rock from The Far East)

2Minute Minor “Blood On Our Front Stoop” (Old School Hardcore Punk)

Fire The Sun “Ep” (Melodic Hardcore)

Delta Fleet “Ep” (Alternative)

 

Also available from Indie Vision Music:

Pennylane “From Paradise to Parking Lots” (2017 Remaster)

Available At The Counter “A World of Second Chances” (On CD)

At The Wayside “The Breakdown and The Fall”

Light The Way “Dude, Lame Ep” and “Grace Ep”

Mainframe “Self Titled Ep”

Mainsail “Photographs Ep” (on Tape)

Dismissed “Taking The Good With The Bad (2017 Remaster)

Josiah “Verona” (2017 Remaster)

 

Indie Vision Music on the web

http://www.indievisionmusic.com

http://www.facebook.com/indievisionmusic

Twitter: @ivmusic

Instagram: @indievisionmusic

 

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