Bridge Nine Records has finally issued an official release date and a better look into xXx Fanzine‘s upcoming comprehensive book looking into how 1980’s hardcore and punk grew into a force of nature through the lens of Boston’s influential zine.
If you are a fan of the Circle Jerks then this is a no-brainer to buy or borrow because you will enjoy it. David Markey brings us yet another great documentary with tons of interviews, live footage and a few rarities. Everyone gets their chance to talk and give their opinions and side to the story as why the band is no longer together but what I enjoy more is hearing about how they got together and what the first few years were like. When Keith, Greg or Lucky talk about the early years of the band they do so in a way that is not influenced by what happened in later years, for me it is nice to see that any animosity today does not cloud what they were able to do 30 sum years ago. Zander and Earl Liberty provide plenty of good stories from their time in the band and you learn the whole story on Roger, the original bassist.
Keith Morris and OFF! In Tucson. This show was awesome, as good as I expected. Only have a few pics because we were having too much fun to focus on actual work. We drove back from Vegas to Phoenix on a Saturday then down to Tucson just to see OFF! To say it was worth it is an understatement. Tucson Rock Alliance September 15th.
Vice Records (2012)
If you don’t know this band by now you….well, you may have some issues. One being you apparently don’t like or listen to Punk or perhaps some things are just way too awesome for you. I got many comments while sporting my OFF! shirt at this years Punk Rock Bowling from not only others attending but from folks in bands and Matt Skiba himself made a point to tell me how awesome they are.