The new album from the Kentucky hardcore band comes out in August.
Proceeds for the impromtu show went to the Ohio charity Women Have Options.
The loaded bill featured support from Negative Approach, Sheer Terror, Phobia, and Disassociate.
After years of dispute, two bands will play under the Cro-Mags name.
Months-long trek comes in support of the band’s excellent new album, Morbid Stuff.
The Canadian punks return with a modern tale of failed dreams, economic crises, and lost hopes.
The veteran rocker also explains why Act Surprised is the band’s definitive record.
The hardcore supergroup’s last album, Wasted Years, came out in 2014.
The LA show follows a previously announced Chicago-area concert.
A new track and video from the band’s upcoming sophomore album, Failed Entertainment.
The Swedish hardcore punk band’s next album will follow 2015’s Freedom.
The brief trek kicks off August 7th in Atlanta, Georgia.