Southern California Coachella attendees aren't the only ones that will be able to enjoy a live set from the recently reunited Refused in April. The Swedish band, which impacted the hard rock world with the watershed album 'The Shape of Punk to Come' back in 1998 and then swiftly broke up, has booked a pair of shows at New York City's Terminal 5. The band had planned to play one show on April 23 and then added a second show on April 22 due to quick sell out and fan demand.

The band issued an update via its official Facebook page on Jan. 27.

The text of the band's post is as follows:

"We are extremely flattered at the overwhelming response to our New York City show. Tickets sold out in less than an hour. Unfortunately we realize that there are some people who are abusing this and attempting to re-sell those tickets at an unfair price. In order to serve our fans we will be adding a second show at TERMINAL 5 on Sunday, April 22nd. The pre-sale tickets and bundles will benefit Shirts For A Cure and will go on sale Tuesday, Jan 31 at 3PM EST with the public on-sale to follow on Wednesday, February 1 at 12PM EST. Tak Som Fan (Thank You!).”

So if you didn't nab tickets for the April 23 show and aren't going to Coachella, there's still a chance to see the band.