This should surprise no one.
Good Fight Music, after all, was founded by Nora’s own Carl Severson, a stand-up dude.
Originally released on Trustkill Records and currently out of print, the four reissues span Nora’s entire career, from the band’s early days in the New Jersey hardcore scene, up through its last album by which point the band had traveled the globe and shared stages with the biggest names in metal and rock.
The four reissues include: 1999′s Theneverendingyouline EP, 2001′s Loser’s Intuition, 2003′s Dreamers & Deadmen, and 2007′s Save Yourself.
All four were recorded by Eric Rachel at Trax East and mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side.
Good Fight Music’s Nora reissues are now available for purchase through Good Fight’s official merch store, as well as through iTunes, Google Play, Good Fight’s Bandcamp, and Spotify.
“These records represent the better part of my twenties. They’re the musical outlet of my passions, friendships, fears, angers, and so much more. Between friends, family, and crew, Nora is really made up of 20-30 of New Jersey’s best. It’s fun to have these records back out there.”
Dormant since the 2007 release of Save Yourself, Nora reunited for two shows in 2013.
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