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Holy Mess – Comfort In The Discord (For fans of The Menzingers, Captain We’re Sinking, Lawrence Arms)

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Philadelphia’s Holy Mess have been at it for a while now, with a decently sized line of releases under their belt.  With their self released latest album Comfort In The Discord, the band shows just how much they’ve evolved over the years.

The biggest change is since their last album Cande Ru Las Degas, the band has become a three piece, yet the songs are just as, possibly even more so melodic than anything they’ve ever written before.  Take the incredibly catchy “Spencer Reid” which is probably my favorite on the album with it’s infectious chord progression, it’s clear the band hasn’t missed a beat with their Lawrence Arms/Menzingers influenced style of punk rock.  Their tongue in cheek humor is still running strong with song titles parodying NOFX (“Liza and Louisiana”), and opening “It’s All Fun and Games ‘Til Someone Gets Heard…”

Definitely a solid album by one of Philadelphia’s best, if you have a scruffy ass beard, wearing flannel right now, have an Alkaline Trio or Lawrence Arms tattoo somewhere, and are currently drinking a Pabst Blue Ribbon or National Bohemian, you’ll definitely love Comfort In The Discord.

MP3:
Holy Mess – Spencer Reid

Show Me I Mean Anything To You: 
The Holy Mess – Cande Ru Las Degas
The Holy Mess – Dismount
Holy Mess – Briefcase Full Of Bruise
Holy Mess – Benefit Sesh

Lagwagon – Hang (For fans of NOFX, Millencolin, No Use For A Name)

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California’s Lagwagon is one of those bands that have been at is since many of you were still learning to wipe yourselves.  I first discovered them years ago when I grabbed a copy of their heralded Let’s Talk About Feelings which I played way too much throughout my angsty high school days, and then went through their back catalogue with both Hoss and Double Plaidinum being some of my most played albums.  The band evolved a bunch from their early skate punk days when they released Blaze, incorporating slower elements and continued that with the release of Resolve and their self-depreciating I Think My Older Brother Used To Listen To Lagwagon EP.  So naturally, their latest album Hang probably continues this direction right?  Wrong.

Hang, the first full length in over 9 years from the band, takes a completely different evolutionary direction with it being the thrashiest Lagwagon album to date.  Acoustic minute long intro “Burden Of Proof” leads into “Reign”, a solid skate punk jam that is classic Lagwagon, but then from there it’s a solid block of thrashy melodic punk rock… and it’s damn good.  Take “The Cog In The Machine”, which may be the heaviest Lagwagon song to date yet easily remains classic Lagwagon.  Joey Cape and crew are able to incorporate these new thrash elements without ever really giving up what makes us love Lagwagon to begin with.

Of course, not every song is completely thrashy.  “Burning Out In Style” sounds like it could have come off Double Plaidinum while songs like “One More Song” (which I can only imagine they use to as a response to an encore) is one of Lagwagon’s finest ballads complete with a piano breakdown in the middle.

While I will always love the classic skate punk that Lagwagon gave us, and their early albums will definitely hold a special place in my ramp shredding, fist raising, punk rock heart, Hang definitely an amazing album and if a band is going to evolve they may as well do it right the way Lagwagon did.

MP3:
Lagwagon – Made Of Broken Parts

More:
Lagwagon – I Think My Older Brother Used To Listen To Lagwagon
Lagwagon – Double Plaidinum

 

Swingin’ Utters – Fistful Of Hollow (For fans of The Descendents, The Clash, Social Distortion)

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I didn’t write a list of my favorite albums of 2014, because honestly I didn’t get to listen/review to as many as I would have liked due to being insanely busy… But I was surprised when I read other people’s lists and didn’t really see Swingin’ Utters latest Fistful Of Hollow on there, because it would easily make my favorites list.

San Francisco based Swingin’ Utters have been at it since the late 80s, and if their latest album is any indication, then they certainly haven’t missed a beat.  The 9th full length by Swingin’ Utters, Fistful of Hollow contains 15 catchy punk rock anthems.  Whether it’s the incredibly Descendents influenced title track “Fistful Of Hollow”, the circle pit inspiring “From The Towers To The Tenaments”, or the anthematic “Tonight’s Moon”, I think Fistful Of Hollow has some of the best songs that Swingin’ Utters have ever written.

The band pulls in some of their slower folk influences as well on sing-along tracks like “Napalm South” and “Tibetan Book Of The Damned”.  While not my favorites on the album, they do showcase Swingin’ Utters wide range of influences.

Definitely a fan, Swingin’ Utters seem to be one of those bands that too many punk fans overlook.  Don’t be one of them, Fistful Of Hollow slays.

MP3:
Swingin’ Utters – Tonight’s Moon

More:
Swingin Utters with Lagwagon in Philly
Swingin’ Utters – A Juvenile Product of The Working Class
Have Nots – Serf City USA

American Nightmare Live in NYC (1/2/14)

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American Nightmare is quite frankly, my favorite hardcore band of all time.  I remember a friend giving me the album Background Music, and then seeing them tour with The Hope Conspiracy back in 2003.  I went mostly for Hope Conspiracy, but left an American Nightmare fan.  Soon afterwards they announced their breakup, and I was telling my friends for years all I wanted was another American Nightmare show.  My chance finally came at the end of 2011 where I got to see their reunion show up in Boston.  I thought it was going to be a one off thing, but then I got to see them again in NYC in 2012, and then again last night.

Although I was running on no sleep and was completely exhausted, I made the solo trek from Philadelphia to New York’s sold out Webster Hall.  I got done with work late so I missed all the openers, and actually walked into the venue right as American Nightmare was setting up. Good fucking timing.

For those who don’t know, lead singer Wes now fronts an 80s synth-pop band called Cold Cave and he looks much more like the part for that these days coming out with a shiny goth inspired jacket.  But as a frontman, he still has that hardcore kid in him as he runs around the stage, embracing the pile-ons and mic grabs.

Taking the stage and opening with Background Music opener “(We Are”) the place immediately erupted into a frenzy of stage dives, somersaults, and a huge pit that didn’t really let up for the rest of the night.  In true recent American Nightmare fashion, there wasn’t much stage banter and they kept it going. While their set seemed way too quick, they played a solid chunk off all of their albums.

Wes announced they were going to play some songs they never really do live, doing some of their slower songs (Bluem, Crime Scene, We Killed It, and instrumental Sometimes It’s Like It Will Never End) in the middle of their set which was different to see (and sort of strange to see in the middle of their set, especially when Wes left the stage during the instrumental), but it was cool to hear them do songs I never really saw them do before.

Granted there’s something that’s always been a bit strange to me about seeing them at Webster Hall, and I think it’s just the size/overproduction of the show with it’s constant colored strobe lights and I believe fog machines going.  This is more of a venue thing than an American Nightmare thing, but as one of the rawest hardcore bands around they’ve always seemed a bit out of place to me at Webster Hall.

While no American Nightmare show for me will ever compare to the energy of their first reunion show or the first time I’ve seen them, it’s always a good time to see one of my favorite bands of all time play again.  I know their shows are few and far between, but I’m really hoping they come to Philly soon.  How sick would it be to see them at the First Unitarian Church like they toured back in the day?  Shit would be unreal.

Setlist:
(We Are)
Protest Song #00
There’s A Black Hole In The Shadow Of The Pru
I’ve Shared Your Lips And Now They Sicken Me
Hearts
Crime Scene
Bluem (Calumet Street Light People)
Young Hearts Be Free Tonight
We Killed It
(And Sometimes It’s Like It Will Never End)
AM/PM
Shoplifting In A Ghost Town
I Saved Latin
Postmark My Compass
Calculation Nation
Please Die!
Farewell
Your Arsonist

Encore:
Love American

MP3:
American Nightmare – The Ice Age Is Coming!

And All The Pretty Pretty Kids With Their Tired Tired Eyes:
American Nightmare – Year One
American Nightmare – Background Music
Scenester 101: How To Be An Old School Hardcore Kid In 10 Easy Steps!

Bouncing Souls, None More Black, The Scandals Home For The Holidays Night 2 (12/27/14)

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After the long ride to and from Asbury Park last Friday, I headed back the next day to catch night 2 of The Bouncing Souls annual Christmas Home For The Holidays tradition.  Usually because of the ride I only go one of the nights, but there was no way I was going to miss an incredibly rare None More Black set.  I got to the Stone Pony right as New Jersey’s The Scandals were setting up.

The Scandals:

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I’ve been a fan of The Scandals for a few years now but only have seen them a handful of times.  Last I saw them was at Philadelphia’s Fire opening for Guttermouth in 2012 and barely anyone in the already small crowd knew who they were outside of me and like 3 other people.  They certainly must have been making a name for themselves as of late, because once they took the stage a pit immediately broke out and there was a decent amount of people singing along every word.

They played a bunch off their first LP The Sound Of Your Stereo (including personal favorite of mine off the album “Sirens”), and had people moving throughout.  A tight set, it was good to catch these Jersey punks again.

None More Black:

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It’s rare for None More Black to play shows these days, I’ve said it the last time I’ve seen them, but I’ve seen Kid Dynamite more recently than I’ve seen None More Black.  While it seemed a lot didn’t know who they were, a small but dedicated amount of us were dancing, crowd surfing, and shouting along to the melodic punk rock.

Playing a mix of all 3 of their full lengths and their Loud About Loathing EP, the None More Black played an incredibly solid set without any stage banter or barely any pauses between songs.  I’m hoping these dudes play a headlining Philadelphia show sometime soon, we’ll lose our shit guys. Promise.

Setlist (From what I remember, not complete or in order)
Mr Artistic
Banned From Teen Arts
I’m Warning You With Peace And Love
Dinner’s For Suckers (I think they did this one)
Iron Mouth Act
Drop The Pop
Sinatra After Dark
Zing Pong
We Dance On The Ruins Of The Stupid Stage
Oh There’s Legwork

Bouncing Souls:

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Even though I just saw them last night, I was stoked to see my favorite band again as I’m sure they had something up their sleeves.  With the night before being songs from before 2000, this one was all post 2000, meaning a heavy emphasis on How I Spent My Summer Vacation and Anchors Aweigh.  Taking the stage and hitting that distinct feedback of one of my personal favorite songs “Apartment 5F”, the place erupted immediately and was a whirlwind of screaming along and dancing.

There was much more room to dance as opposed to the night before (not exactly sure why as both shows were sold out), and the home state heroes powered through a lively set with us enthusiastically returning the energy. They kept true to their word of only songs written post the year 2000 (with letting an exception of a Misfits cover of “Hybrid Moments” get thrown into the mix.

I say this every year, but The Bouncing Souls Home For The Holidays is seriously one of my favorite shows.  I’m really glad I went the second night, and having the majority of How I Spent Your Summer Vacation and a bunch off their split with Anti-Flag played made all the driving back and forth completely worth it.

Setlist:
Apartment 5F
That Song
Bryan’s Lament
Hybrid Moments (Misfits cover)
Private Radio
Never Say Die/When You’re Young
Manthem
The Something Special
Late Bloomer
Ghosts On The Boardwalk
Sing Along Forever
Coin Toss Girl
The Gold Song
Punks In Vegas
Broken Record
Lean On Sheena (Avoid One Thing cover)
Gone

Encore:
Ship In A Bottle
Anchors Aweigh
Kids And Heroes
True Believers

Mp3:
Bouncing Souls – Punks In Vegas
None More Black – Genuine Malaise and Misery
The Scandals – Sirens

More:
Home For The Holidays 8 Night 1
Home For The Holidays 7
Home For The Holidays 6
Home For The Holidays 5
Home For The Holidays 4
Home For The Holidays 2
Home For The Holidays 1

The Holy Mess, White Wives Live In Philadelphia (12/21/14)

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Last night, I headed out to my current favorite spot for shows in Philadelphia, West Philly’s Golden Tea House to catch locals The Holy Mess.  I was running really late (I got in from NYC at 6am that morning after being out all night for a friend’s birthday, so I was moving in slow motion), but so was the show.  Not a bad turnout for a Sunday night, and the place was decently filled when I walked in during Timeshares last song.

White Wives:

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I’ve never heard of these Pittsburgh indie punks before, but the band was on a 4 day tour and features members of Anti-Flag.  They had amp troubles before their set, but they kept the banter going while that was being taken care of before kicking into one of their experimental pop-punk anthems.  Featuring 3 guitarists, bassist, drummer, keyboards (who occasionally busted out the trumpet and tambourine),  and a huge pedal board, White Wives was really big on the ambiance of their music.

They played pop-punk similar to The Menzingers and Iron Chic, but added to it with their expansive sound.  This time of music is sort of a grower for me, but they definitely had some catchy songs and a pretty solid presence with by the end of their set they were smashing equipment and diving off their amps in the small kitchen.  Not really my style of music, but they made it entertaining.

The Holy Mess:

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The kitchen cleared out some when White Wives were done, I’m not sure if it’s because people were there solely for them or if it’s just because the show was running pretty late for a Sunday night Golden Tea House show, but no matter, there were still plenty who stuck around to see local Philly shit shows The Holy Mess.

I’ve been a fan and have seen them play basements, warehouses, and bars throughout Philly a bunch of times over the years, but this was the first time I was ever seeing them as a 3 piece band.  I didn’t realize that they’ve come out with a new album over the summer, so I didn’t know the majority of songs that were played, but the new songs sounded tight.

In typical Holy Mess fashion, they didn’t really have much of a setlist as much of a discussion after each song about what they should play amongst themselves, even doing a No Use For A Name cover on a whim much to the guitarist’s protest.  Playing what would be their last show of 2014, I didn’t hear anything before Cande Ru Las Degas, and not sure if it’s because they just didn’t feel like playing it or because it’s tough to do as a 3 piece.  Regardless, the band put on a solid set, and I’ll definitely have to check out the new stuff.

MP3:
The Holy Mess – Hospitals

Raise Your Glass:
The Holy Mess – Cande Ru Las Degas
The Holy Mess – Dismount
Holy Mess – Briefcase Full Of Bruise

Lagwagon, Swingin Utters, This Legend Live in Philly (12/4/14)

This past Thursday, I headed to Philadelphia’s TLA in order to catch one hell of a lineup… Lagwagon and Swingin Utters.  I got to the venue on a chilly Thursday evening, and the place was pretty empty when I arrived.  I missed the first opener but got there in time for This Legend.

This Legend:

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I’ve never heard of This Legend before the show, but apparently the LA pop-punk band consists of ex members from Yellowcard.  I’ve never really gotten into Yellowcard so I can’t really tell you the similarities/differences/etc but I can say that This Legend played a decent pop-punk set that had plenty in the crowd digging.  I enjoyed their set, but this type of music is a bit of a grower for me, so I’d have to check out their recorded work some.

Swingin Utters:

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The place started to fill up a bit more as Swingin Utters took the stage, but still mostly empty.  I’ve had the chance of seeing Swingin Utters a few years back play the North Star Bar, and they completely killed it there so I was stoked to finally be seeing them again.  They took the stage, and while the TLA is a lot bigger than North Star (with barricades and the like), the band still put on a incredibly tight set.

It was clear that most of the crowd didn’t know who they were, but the few of us who did were shouting along to each of the songs as they blasted through both old and newer songs off their latest album Fistful of Hollow (which I have but haven’t really had a chance to listen through yet).

Always a good show, I think they would do better headlining their own show in a smaller venue, but I’m not going to pass an opportunity to see these long running punks.

Lagwagon:

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I’ve been listening to Lagwagon ever since Let’s Talk About Feelings came out nearly 15 years ago, and listen to them pretty damn regularly but somehow never had a chance to see them (only a few bands fit this category… I’m looking at you Dillinger Four).  I bought tickets as soon as this show was announced in excitement to finally see them.

Lagwagon was touring to support their latest release Hang (which is their thrashiest release to date), and I’ve been playing the shit out of it (and need to have a post up soon about it) and so naturally the majority of songs came off it.  While some of us sang along to newer openers  “Obsolete Absolute” and “Made Of Broken Parts”, it was clear the majority of the smaller crowd haven’t listened to the new album yet, to which Joey Cape even commented “Philly you’re so mellow tonight, you’re scaring me a bit”.  It wasn’t until the band blasted into “Island of Shame” and then “Violins” did a real pit open up and people started screaming along every word.

Lagwagon played an incredibly tight and fun set, playing songs from all of their albums with the biggest reaction coming with their older stuff.  It was pretty rad to finally get a chance to see Lagwagon, they’ve always been a bit volatile about touring/going on hiatus so I’m hoping this won’t be the last.  The TLA was nowhere near capacity (maybe they were at half at most), so I’m thinking a smaller venue and this show would be off the fucking wall.

Setlist:
Obsolete Absolute
Made Of Broken Parts
Island Of Shame
Never Stops
After You My Friend
Falling Apart
Sick
Western Settlements
Heartbreaking Music
The Cog In The Machine
Coffee And CIgarettes
Wind In Your Sail
Burning Out In Style
Alien 8
Making Friends
One More Song
Razor Burn

Encore:
Burden Of Proof
Reign
Angry Days
May 16

MP3:
Lagwagon – One Thing To Live
Swingin’ Utters – Sign it Away

More:
Lagwagon – I Think My Older Brother Used To Listen To Lagwagon
Lagwagon – Double Plaidinum
Swingin’ Utters – A Juvenile Product of The Working Class

Saves The Day, Say Anything Live In Philadelphia (11/26/14)

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Earlier this year, my friend told me that there were rumors that Saves The Day would be touring playing their seminal album Through Being Cool in it’s entirety.  Growing up in New Jersey around the time this was released, I have played the shit out of TBC for 15 years now and it still is one of my favorite albums of all time.  So when the dates of the show were finally announced, I made sure to buy a ticket immediately.  They were playing two dates at Philly’s TLA, but on account I was seeing Cock Sparrer on Friday, I opted to only go to the Wed show.  A group of us met up at the show, and we got in a bit late missing Reggie And The Full Effect, but got there right as Saves The Day was setting up.

Saves The Day

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I was a little bit shocked that they weren’t headlining the show, but it didn’t matter much. After taking the stage, burning incense, and opening with a long wall of sound/trippy intro, the band finally broke out into opener All-Star Me, which immediately had most in the crowd singing along and a pit opening up (in which I was losing my shit in for a strong majority of the set).  They played a tight set and it was beyond awesome to finally see them play the songs I love that never get played live (Through Being Cool, Banned From The Back Porch).

When they finally ended Banned From The Back Porch, the band announced that they had a few extra songs, and played a mix from some of their later albums, kicking it off with their hit At Your Funeral which got the biggest reaction.  They played a bunch of newer songs I didn’t know, but they did play Jessie & My Whetstone and A Drag In D Flat (and Through Being Cool in it’s god damn entirety), so I can’t really complain.

Setlist:
All Star Me
You Vandal
Shoulder To The Wheel
Rocks Tonic Juice Magic
Holly Hox, Forget Me Nots
Third Engine
My Sweet Fracture
The Vast Spoils Of America
The Last Lie I Told
Do You Know What I Love The Most
Through Being Cool
Banned From The Back Porch
At Your Funeral
Drag In D Flat
Jessie And My Whetstone
Anywhere With You
Freakish
Undress  Me (I think)
Get Fucked Up
Ring Pop

Say Anything

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A decent amount of people left after Saves The Day (and they were the reason I was there as well), but my girlfriend, friends, and I stuck around for Say Anything who actually put on a pretty tight show.  Max Bemis and company took the stage to a roar of applause as they busted straight into Is A Real Boy opener Belt.  Even though the sold out TLA show was only at about 75% capacity (this is what happens when you’re this close to Jersey and Saves The Day doesn’t headline apparently), that didn’t stop the band from completely tearing through the entirety of Is A Real Boy as everyone sung along and danced throughout the set.

After finishing up the album (minus the final track) the band said they were going to play a few off of the reissue bonus disc of Was A Real Boy before coming out for a final encore of Admit It!  A solid show, even though I was never the biggest Say Anything fan, I definitely had a good time.

Setlist:
Belt
Woe
The Writhing South
Alive With The Glory Of Love
Yellow Cat (Slash) Red Cat
The Futile
Spidersong
An Orgy Of Critics
Every Man Has A Molly
Slowly Through The Vector
Chia-Like, I Shall Grow
I Want To Know Your Plans
Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too
Little Girls
Most Beautiful Plans
Metal Now
Admit It!

MP3:
Saves The Day – Banned From The Back Porch
Say Anything – An Orgy Of Critics

More:
Saves The Day – Can’t Slow Down
Saves The Day – Through Being Cool

The Toasters, Hub City Stompers Live In Philly (10/29/14)

This past Wed night I had soccer playoffs which was a one lose knockout, all in a night.  We lost immediately, so the silver lining was I was able to rush down straight from soccer to Philly’s North Star Bar in order to catch NY ska legends The Toasters play with Jersey’s hate ska band Hub City Stompers.  When I got there, the place was pretty empty just as Hub City was about to play.

Hub City Stompers:

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I’ve been seeing Hub City Stompers live for a good decade now after growing up in NJ, and they are one of the only active ska bands that I still listen to these days it seems who plays shows regularly.  Tonight, they actually incorporated a bunch of newer songs off their upcoming album which was a breath of fresh air for their setlist.  The new songs sounded sick too, so pretty excited to finally hear them released.

Even though the crowd was small, it seemed like most people were digging them (even if I was the only one dancing, because fuck it… I’m at a ska show on a wed night).  The band threw in some covers as well, including a halloween inspired one by Type O Negative since this was technically a halloween show apparently.

Setlist (Not complete or in order)
Night of the Living
Where’s My Hooligans
Shallow Be (new song)Chatterbox
Pants Music
Type O Negative cover
Ska Train To Dorkville
some other new songs I didn’t recognize but were sick

The Toasters:

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The place started packing a bit once The Toasters took the stage, and what started with 3 of us dancing for the beginning of the set to the entire place dancing and skanking it up by the end.

The Toasters have been at it since 1981 with rotating members with their singer/guitarist being the only constant… in fact the trumpet player that night stated that this was his first show with the band since 1999.  Everyone seemed in high spirits (both the band and fans) as The Toasters played an incredibly tight and crisp set.

Definitely a solid time, go see The Toasters live.  It’s always fun, and they just simply kill it on stage.

Setlist Highlights:
Pirate Radio
2 Tone Army
Weekend In LA
Shocker
Thrill Me Up (I think)
Decision At Midnight
Running Right Through The World
Don’t Let The Bastards Grind You Down
Talk Is The Cheap
East Side Beat
Run Rudy Run (I think they played this)
Matt Davis

MP3:
The Toasters – 2 Tone Army
Hub City Stompers – Little Julie Swastika

More:
Hub City Stompers – Ska Ska Black Sheep
Ruder Than You – Big Step
The Slackers – Self Medication

 

Leftover Crack Live in Philly (10/26/14)

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Like all good middle class suburban punks, I listened to Leftover Crack for as long as I could remember, and have seen them a handful of times over the years… however I realized that it’s been a good 6 years since I’ve last seen them so when a friend hit me up and asked me if I was going to go their show at Philly’s Voltage Lounge, I wasn’t going to say no.

I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect since I haven’t seen them in so long, but the Voltage Lounge was packed with plenty of punks ready to rage to the sweet crack rock steady sounds.  The band took the stage and busted into “Homeo-Apathy” with Stza joining the rest of them as the place broke into a circle pit.

The band played tighter than I have ever seen them before, and I think it has to do with the fact I’m pretty sure all of them were very sober.  Even Stza, who used to have a reputation of being fucked up beyond belief seemed to be incredibly sober.  While it seemed like he was still playing the “role” of the drunken guy at times (taking drinks of what I’m pretty sure was water from his glass) I actually give him and the rest of the band lots of credit for cleaning up and turning their lives around.  Screw any idiot “drunx punx” that tries to condemn them for this.

They played through all the classics, including plenty from Choking Victim days which had us skanking.  They also played two newer songs though, saying they have a new album in the works: one was a more metal “Slayer” influenced type song and the other was much more pop-punk similar to something Star Fucking Hipsters would play.

Overall it was a lot of fun, and good to see them after somehow missing them for the past few years.

Setlist (not in order)
Homeo-Apathy
One Dead Cop
500 Channels
Stop The Insanity
Crack City Rockers
New Slayer-esque Song
Ya Can’t Go Home
Gay Rude Boys Unite
Suicide (A Better Way)
Rock The 40 oz
Infested
Born To Die
Crack Rock Steady
Suicide Or Heroin
New Pop-Punk song
Burn Them Prisons

MP3:
Leftover Crack – Rock The 40 oz

More Crack Rock Steady:
Morning Glory – Poets Were My Heroes
Leftover Crack – Rock The 40 Oz
INDK – Kill Whitey
Star Fucking Hipsters – Never Rest In Peace