CKY unleash ferocious cover of GG Allin’s Bite It You Scum

CKY have released a cover of GG Allin’s classic track Bite It You Scum.

The song will feature on CKY’s upcoming Record Store Day vinyl-only EP Too Precious To Kill, which is set to arrive on Black Friday (November 23).

CKY frontman Chad I Ginsburg says: “Nobody knows fucking GG Allin! CKY will kill you with this relentless and quite vicious studio version of this classic punk rock song. 

“It has been a longtime staple in the CKY live show and highly requested for over a decade! Here it is in studio quality, only available as part of our Record Store Day exclusive. 

“Crank it up and take a shit on someone!”

CKY are currently wrapping up their North American tour with Nekrogoblikon and will return to the UK and Ireland next month.

Meanwhile, CKY will make a hometown in-store appearance at Creep Records in West Chester, at 2pm EST on November 23.

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CKY UK and Ireland 2018 tour dates
Nov 30: Belfast Limelight 2, UK
Dec 01: Dublin Voodoo Lounge, Ireland
Dec 03: Newcastle University, UK
Dec 04: Glasgow Garage, UK
Dec 06: Birmingham Asylum, UK
Dec 07: Manchester O2 Academy 2, UK
Dec 08: Liverpool O2 Academy 2, UK
Dec 09: London Electric Ballroom, UK
Dec 10: Brighton Concorde 2, UK
Dec 11: Norwich Waterfront, UK
Dec 12: Bristol SWX, UK

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