December 4, 2012, Santa Cruz, California.   A COMMON GOAL is a spirit-filled, blue collar punk band from Boston that was formed in late 2009.  Each band member brings unique characteristics and life experiences that are passionately reflected in their music.  We can all relate with many of their hardships like raising a family, working like a slave just to make ends meet, and other internal struggles with which we are all faced.  Most importantly, their message is one of hope and love which will be appreciated and should be heard by all ages.  It’s old school Boston hardcore punk — the way it was meant to be played.

Mike May – Guitar/Lead Vox

Scott Grenon- Guitar/ Vox

Brett D. Ennis- Bass

Jason Autrey- Drums/Vox

A COMMON GOAL’s thunderous five song EP “For God and Country”, is now available for digital download for $3 from the TPR Bandcamp site (http://thumperpunkrecords.bandcamp.com) and the CD version is available from the TPR webstore (http://thumperpunkrecords.storenvy.com).  A COMMON GOAL will be recording their full length album in early 2013, and the first single from that album is “Blessings and Battles” can be viewed here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFttkXunwT4

You can learn more information about the band at:

http://www.facebook.com/acommongoal

Thumper Punk Records (www.thumperpunkrecords

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