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The Number Twelve Looks Like You: Looks Like a Reunion

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The Number Twelve Looks Like You have been on hiatus for six years. But, as revealed via a new band photo (above), the group’s members have subsequently fallen on hard times, and are currently unable to afford so much as shoes or sleeves. With winter fast approaching, this is obviously a big problem. So the band has announced that they’re gonna get off their lazy asses and get back to work:

Fresh on the heels of a handful of sold-out shows opening for fellow New Jersey band, The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Number Twelve Looks Like You are poised to make a comeback. The highly influential band known for their signature manic mathcore sound have been on hiatus since 2010 and recently ignited fans anticipation for a full on reunion. It seems the fellas will not disappoint, with more tour dates lining up and the promise of a new record to satiate fans’ thirst for more.

Leading the way for the Number Twelve reincarnation are founding members: vocalist Jesse Korman and guitarist Alexis Pareja. Joining the lineup without missing a beat are newcomers DJ Scully on bass and Michael Kadnar on drums. According to Pareja, “The roots of this band are stronger than ever and we are ready to blaze trails with new seeds of music for everyone to harvest. We are looking forward to harnessing that energy together with long time fans, those who never got to see us, and curious newcomers. Come unite with us in this unhinged celebration of chaos!”

Today the band announced their homecoming show, “Gallery of Thrills,” which will take place in Asbury Park, NJ at House of Independents on December 10, 2016. This gig marks the bands first local show in 6 years (get tickets here). In addition to the upcoming tour dates (below) and expectation of new tunes, fans can get their hands on fresh TNTLLY threads at the bands recently launched merch store.

Help The Number Twelve Looks Like You buy shoes and sleeves. Buy some merch or go to one of the reunion shows listed below. And we’ll let you know more about the band’s new album as soon as there’s more to know, so you can buy that, too. Every penny helps!

10/21 – Dallas, TX @ So What Music Festival
10/22 – San Antonio, TX @ Alamo City Music Hall & Club
10/23 – Austin, TX @ Swan Dive
12/10 – Asbury Park, NJ @ House of Independents

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