Fugazi bandmates team up for a new 11-song collection.
Their self-titled album has a new release plan, hitting digital platforms on June 12th and arriving in stores on June 26th.
MacKaye revisits his early running days with Henry Rollins, the importance of fanzines, and his new project Coriky.
Streaming on KCRW.com, it features bootleg recordings, deep cuts, and rarities.
Hear their first single, “Clean Kill”.
Taken from the group’s forthcoming 7-inch on Dischord Records.
Plus, in a new interview O’Rourke speaks about his affinity for Minor Threat and Fugazi’s Ian MacKaye.
Rounded out by The Evens’ Amy Farina, the group performed all new original songs during their first-ever show over the weekend.
The new group will play their first show at a benefit for a local church food bank on November 11th.
No word on whether MacKaye let loose any “Whoop whoop!” calls or participated in any Faygo showers.
Topics include D.C. hardcore, Chicago club culture, and recording Fugazi.
The young drummer asked the Minor Threat frontman to call him.