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Curl Up and Die—featuring Mike Minnick on vocals, guitarist Matt Fuchs, bassist Ryan Hartery and drummer Keil Corcoran—played its first show since 2005 on June 22 at Anaheim's Chain Reaction.

Curl Up and Die, Caravels to team for Bunkhouse reunion show

July 18th, 2019

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