The Number Twelve Looks Like You Perform Surprise Reunion Show


New Jersey mathcore pioneers The Number Twelve Looks Like You have been dormant for a hot minute, completely silent since their breakup in 2010 after eight years as a band with four albums and three EPs. Though the band never achieved big time success, they were very well known around the Northeast and developed a devoted following worldwide through MySpace, then all the rage, and some high-profile national tours.

TNTLLY ended their long hiatus this past Saturday in Kingston, NY, returning to the stage for a secret show with original members Jesse Korman and Alex Pareja, and new bassist DJ Scully (Dead Empires, Black Table) and drummer Michael Kadnar (Downfall of Gaia, Black Table). Nearly 200 folks packed the room for the show, which was announced only the day before, coming from as far away as Alabama and Detroit.

Check out video and photos of the show below. Frontman Jesse Korman promised “More to follow. Maybe.” So we’ll see where that leads! Hopefully it means more shows AND music are on the way.

#Repost @rsf1977 ・・・ Number 12 Looks Like You with my band mates DJ and Mike crushing it. #Number12LooksLikeBlackTable

A video posted by DJ Scully (@djfromdeadempiresblacktable12) on

[via The PRP]

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