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What does Black Flag mean to me as a band? I can’t even begin to put it into words the impact they have had on underground music for the past 40 years. Before they became the band we all know, they were called PANIC! Formed by Greg Ginn and Keith

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On March 8th, 2011, CVLT Nation went live, and the first few people trickled onto the site to read our first few posts. Here we are 7 years later, releasing our 16th compilation in the CVLT Nation Sessions series – BLACK FLAG’s My War. This album may have polarized punks in

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I am always craving to discover something dark that affects me emotionally. I am always looking for a sound that has a vibe that makes me eerily intrigued with discomfort, because that is where I find comfort. I can spend hours, days in and days out, looking and looking and

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1984 was a fucking year to remember! One of my all-time favorite bands released three albums in one year, and played a crazy amount of gigs. I’m talking about BLACK FLAG, who were on fire during this era. The lineup of Rollins, Ginn, Roessler and Steveson did some stellar damage

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Who was the biggest punk promoter on the West Coast during the 80’s? Hands down it was GOLDENVOICE, because they brought in the biggest bands to huge venues with prices that kids could afford.  They had some of their raddest shows at the Olympic Auditorium in Downtown L.A., plus they

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1990. A friend gave me a bunch of dubbed cassettes as part of my introduction to punk rock. One cassette had no band name written on it. Simply four black bars. Putting that cassette on was the second of four times in my life where I remember exactly where I

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