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The Hoax Joins Thumper Punk Records and Caustic Fallout; “Stumbling Through” CD Now Available

Thumper Punk Records and Caustic Fallout are pleased to announce the signing of Christian punk band The Hoax, and that their long awaited second album “Stumbling Through” is now available for CD pre-order from the Thumper Punk Records webstore (www.thumperpunkrecords.bigcartel.com) and shortly available at iTunes, AmazonMP3 and the usual places for digital downloads.  On their full-length Stumbling Through, The Hoax delivers fifteen circle-pit punk classics that combine hardcore with a bit of crust and grind.  Their sound is driven by the strong vocals of Tyler Dunagan, thrashy guitar licks and vocals by Johnny Hoax, driving bass from new member David Robledo, and the one-and-only Danimal on drums. The Hoax has the goal of doing the Lord’s ministry wherever he puts them within the punk community.  The Hoax will be opening for the Officer Negative and Headnoise reunion show on Sunday, May 8, at the Chain Reaction in Anaheim, and hosting their record release show on Saturday, May 14, with Spades & Blades, The WAY, and Heart Like War at Calvary Chapel Fullerton.  Both shows will be featured on G-Rock TV.

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