Cynic Playing Show With Wu-Tang Clan Constituents

Gig in May at UCLA also boasts Playing For Change and Public Enemy

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Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

Yes, folks — our friends in Cynic will be performing a gig this May that has an interesting bill.

There’s Cynic, of course, and then there’s also the Wu-Tang Clan guys with Saving Abel, Public Enemy, and The Siren.

Other acts are performing at Free & Equal Elections Foundation’s impending United We Stand Festival, like Playing For Change and Golden State. But who are they?

Like we told you, this goes down May 10 at UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion.

The event’s been organized by Free & Equal Elections Foundation, a non-partisan, non-profit whose mission is to create open and transparent elections that shifts power back to the individual voter.

More information can be had here.

In less than two weeks, Cynic’s new record, Kindly Bent To Free Us, will be in stores.

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