Trash Talk announce free Tampa show in June, release video for "The Hole"

Trash Talk are playing a FREE show in Tampa very soon...

Thrash punk torchbearers and Odd Future compatriots Trash Talk just dropped their fifth full-length album, No Peace yesterday. Along with it, they've announced a slew of free shows with a casual drop of the DIY-ish video for new track "The Hole."

Filled with all the debauchery you'd probably expect from a group of reckless skateboarders-turned-even-more-reckless-punk-band, "The Hole" is two straight minutes of repetitious chords dotted with mammoth growls and crushing drums. Along with a visual feast of grainy skateboarding, moshing, weed smoking and cute puppy footage, "No Peace" has all the trappings of a classic Trash Talk video.

The group has also announced a run of free shows across the U.S. with Odd Future member Left Brain and others in tow. The first stop? None other than beautiful T-P-A on June 9. There's no word on a venue yet, but you can RSVP here (and get your No Peace-branded MicroG Vaporizor) to stay updated.

Check out the video for "The Hole" and find the tour dates below:

Free Tour feat. Trash Talk, Left Brain & more:

All venues TBA

06/09 Tampa, FL
06/10 Miami, FL
06/12 Atlanta, GA
06/13 Richmond, VA
06/14 Baltimore, MD
06/15 Philadelphia, PA
06/17 Brooklyn, NY
06/18 Pittsburgh, PA
06/19 Columbus, OH
06/20 Detroit, MI
06/21 Chicago, IL
06/22 Iowa City, IA
06/23 Omaha, NE
06/24 Denver, CO
06/25 Salt Lake City, UT
06/27 Oakland, CA
06/28 Los Angeles, CA

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