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IDLE HANDS Forced To Change Their Name

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Portland heavy/Gothic rockers Idle Hands have been forced to change their name due to an infringement of U.S. trademark law. A new name has not been chosen yet.
A southern California blues band trademarked the name in 2014.
The band states: “Due to U.S. trademark law, we…For more, check out: (Source)

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