GLASSJAW Confirmed For New Jersey's SAINTS & SINNERS Festival

GLASSJAW has been confirmed as one of the headliners of this year's Saints & Sinners Festival, set to take place November 3-4 at Asbury Park, New Jersey's Convention Hall. More bands will be announced soon. Two-day passes (limited quantity) cost $59.00. Single-day tickets are available for $32.00.

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In a recent interview with Syracuse's The Daily Orange, GLASSJAW frontman Daryl Palumbo was asked why he decided to bring the band back from hiatus. "GLASSJAW never really went on hiatus," he replied. "I just wasn't doing that band as much. We played shows and wrote material, but it just happened that I was doing HEAD AUTOMATICA a lot. I'm just doing more with GLASSJAW than I have for a while. It's not a conscious decision for me to do one band at a time, it just kind of happens, you know?"


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