Kill Lincoln

Song Premiere: Kill Lincoln – “I’m Getting Too Old For This Shit”

Washington D.C.’s Kill Lincoln have given us the pleasure of premiering a new song titled, “I’m Getting Too Old For This Shit.” The song hasn’t appeared on any releases and is just the first of new material the band is working on and will be playing on the road for their upcoming tour which you can find information about below.

Mike Sosinski (vocals / guitar) had this to say about the song:

“”I’m getting too old for this shit” is the first of a whole batch of new songs we can’t wait to unleash on the public.  It’s fun as hell to play, and we can’t wait to bring it on the 7,000 mile road trip we’ll be taking in the next few weeks.  And, if you were wondering… no… we’re not getting too old for this shit.  Yet.”

Listen to “I’m Getting Too Old For This Shit” below:

Kill Lincoln last released That’s Cool…In A Totally Negative And Destructive Way on Jump Start Records in June of 2013. You can check out the release details and grab a copy HERE.

Tour Dates:

4/17 – Metro Gallery, Baltimore MD
4/18 – Rock & Roll Hotel, Washington DC
4/19 – Mr Roboto Project (DGUTS Fest), Pittsburgh PA
4/20 – The Magic Stick, Detroit MI
4/21 – Vaudeville Mews, Des Moines IA
4/22 – Seventh Circle, Denver CO
4/23 – The Music Garage, Salt Lake City UT
4/24 – The Holland Project, Reno NV
4/25 – 924 Gilman St, Berkeley CA
4/26 – The Slidebar, Fullerton CA
4/27 – Artistic Armory, Las Vegas NV
4/29 – Badlands, Austin TX
4/30 – Circle Bar, New Orleans LA
5/1 – The Shark Tank, Tallahassee FL
5/2 – 1982 Bar, Gainesville FL
5/3 – Woody’s, Myrtle Beach SC


onTheWeb: Kill Lincoln Facebook | Kill Lincoln Bandcamp | Jump Start Records

Follow: @KillLincoln @jumpstartrecs


About Johnny Wilson

Johnny Wilson

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BIO: The founder of this whole mess. Webmaster extraordinaire and the mighty organizer. Studio / Label owner at FtLP Studio / Records. The love of punk is strong in this one.

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