On July 31st, 1983, my 14 year old self took a bus from Santa Monica all the way to the Cathay de Grande in Hollywood. The reason I made this journey was to watch the matinee show that featured Black Flag, Redd Kross and The Bangles in front about 15
Guilt Parade is the motherfucking jam and on their new 7 inch entitled Guilted Palace of Sin they punch oppression in the grill. This band straight puts a battery in my back and I can not help but feel their passion. Guilt Parade’s songs are anthems that make you say
Now, I’ll start off by saying that I’m not Denver born and raised, nor do I have memories of how it used to be or how it was better back then. But I do know enough people, who I spoke to for this article, that have lived here their whole
The Southern California 80’s hardcore was a many things and part of it was rooted in gang culture. Being from Venice claiming Suicidal Punx was a natural thing but I always thought of it more of a family than a gang. The hardcore scene was mainly a white middle class
Four teenagers from Stoke (England) decided to play together in 1977. What Terry “Tezz” Roberts, Tony “Bones” Roberts, Roy “Rainy” Wainwright, Nigel Bamford and Anthony “Akko” Axon didn’t know was that they would become one of the most important bands in the underground world scene. “We just wanted to be
Gorilla Biscuits first show ever, in 1986 at CBGB’s. Now this is NYHC HISTORY!