Orlando punks Vicious Dreams headline an album release show at the end of July

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Orlando punk trio Vicious Dreams released their latest, self-titled album back back on Halloween of last year, and they'll finally be able to debut those songs live at Uncle Lou's in the company of some loud, stellar locals.

Vicious Dreams will take over Uncle Lou's — a very appropriate location — to show off their new material in the company of Wet Nurse and
Dougie Flesh & the Slashers on Saturday, July 31.



It's a free show, and the band will have limited amounts of the album on both record and cassette — the LP, incidentally, was co-released by local label Swamp Cabbage Records, Brassneck Records and GC Records.



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