A Slight Amendment to Born Liars Column

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Update: Rocks Off sees what happened now. The Liars and Outsiders will lay waste to Rudz March 20. So at least he wasn't completely imagining things.

Rocks Off must have got his wires crossed somewhere, because he could have sworn he saw somewhere that Born Liars were playing Rudyard's with Pat Todd and the Rank Outsiders tonight. This is actually not the case - the bill is Hell's Engine, Blower and Shit City High, whose recent Artist of the Week interview has stirred up a lot of, well, shit lately. From reports we hear from the Liars' in-store at Sound Exchange last night, it's probably best they take the night off anyway.

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