Sunday, January 22, 2017

Social Unrest - Songs For Sinners 7"

We end the weekend with yet another band that I really loved back in the day. They seemed to keep coming and going since the early 80's. And this is their 2010 offering.

Lay Your Fuckin' Money Down

Saturday, January 21, 2017

The Freeze - Blood Flows Home

Another old favorite today. The Freeze were easily my favorite Boston band (well, maybe tied with the F.U.'s). They disappeared somewhere around the turn of the century, but have reappeared with recordings and tours in recent years. Here's their 2011 EP.

Misery Loves Company

Friday, January 20, 2017

Channel 3 - Land Of The Free 7"

These guys were always a favorite way back when. Happy they dusted off their instruments to give it another go. Here's a single from 2012. Two songs, all CH3.

You Made Your Peace

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

U.K. Subs - Ziezo

Ol' Charlie Harper is still at it! This 2016 release is what they're calling their FINAL album. Yeah, right. Classic Subs sound throughout.

This Is The Culture Of The Street

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Misfits - The Devil's Rain

Ok, some of you might complain about this one. Yes The Misfits were one of the biggest names in punk. Originally passing away in 1983, they were resurrected in 1995 with (in my opinion) decent results. However this only lasted a few years before death came ripping once again. But wait! Original bassist Jerry Only once again reanimated the corpse, this time as a three piece. Releases have been spotty ever since. Here's their first full length release as a trio.

It Seems Like Only Yesterday

Saturday, January 14, 2017

The Undead - The Morgue... The Merrier

So, way way back in the day I swear I heard Bobby Steele had all sorts of medical problems that would prety much guarantee he'd never make it to old age. Wrong! Here we are some 35 years later and Mr. Steele is still releasing quality music. This 2016 release is incredibly entertaining. Undead indeed!

Last Punk Standing

Friday, January 13, 2017

Agnostic Front - The American Dream Died

Not counting a short stint in the early 90's Vinnie Stigma & Roger Miret have kept their NYHC flag flying high. This 2016 release sounds like it could've easily been released back in the 80's.

I Miss The Old New York