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The DICKS were next level – Gary sang like a motherfucker, plus they wrote amazing songs! In 1984, GoldenVoice put together a stacked line up that consisted of DISCHARGE, MDC, SOCIAL DISTORTION, CODE OF HONOR, THE DICKS and DECRY. I was there, and in my book Gary and crew stole

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UK political punk band Bad Breeding have released their Abandonment EP out on One Little Indian Records (managed by Derek Birkett, former bassist for Flux of Pink Indians)! This is some intensely gritty anarcho-punk. “Abandonment” is fast, raw, grinding noise punk with a heavy driving guitar. The vocals are fierce

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Straight up, one of our favorite bands over here at CVLT Nation is ho99o9 for so many different reasons! We are beyond stoked that they sat down with our writer/photographer Bobby Cochran for this rad video interview that you can see below. Make sure to also check out their new

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Venice Beach, CA is a special place for the creative world – the list of artists that come from this hood is long and goes back decades. It’s also a place that fosters a strong sense of pride and localism. I moved there around 1975, which for many of the

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RED DEATH RED DEATH RED DEATH straight wrecking shop at this year’s Damage City fest in DC. This band fucking brings the ruckus non-stop and they kick off their tour with the mighty Power Trip, Sheer Mag and Fury starts on April 30th – peep the poster below. On a

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Krimewatch doesn’t fuck around. Their new and self-titled LP is just 12 minutes long and it’s not that they’re lazy, it’s just that they are immediate, serious and make us feel that what they have to say is important. The best part is that nothing here seems to make sense,

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