Soon after storming Milton Keynes with a double show at The Ritz, Subhumans have yet another extensive list of UK gig dates lined up to thaw you out of winter. From Brighton to Newcastle, they’ll be weathering the country’s roads to bring you their infectious wail of punk; a way to experience live the volatile tracks we know and love.
And seeing as time flies (but aeroplanes crash), get your tickets now!
Feb 24 – The Hydrant, Brighton UK
Feb 25 – Champions, Bournemouth UK
Feb 26 – The Adam & Eve, Birmingham UK
Feb 27 – Coroporation, Sheffield UK
Feb 28 – Trillians, Newcastle UK
Feb 29 – The Queen Victoria Inn, Derby UK
Mar 1 – Witchwood, Ashton-Under-Lyne UK
Mar 2 – The Tivoli, Buckley UK
Mar 3 – Green Park Tavern, Bath UK
Mar 4 – The Boston Arms, London UK
All remastered Subhuman records available in the WebShop.
Some things are best left unfinished; others deserve another chance, and of that particular breed, a rare few choose to truly go for the throat and give it their all. Antisect are one of those bands.
“Antisect, for most people, will never be just about the music. It was always more than that.” – Pete Lyons
Earlier this year, the legendary UK crust punk pioneers shocked and delighted the metal/punk community with the announcement of a reunion, and a string of live shows – their first since the band first split in 1987. A triumphant performance at this year’sof Puntala-Rock Festival in Finland was only the beginning. Since that day, Antisect have lined up a slew of upcoming shows and made some very exciting plans for the future. After over two decades of inactivity, the coming months will see the current members of Antisect very busy indeed…
The anarcho-punk hardcore band Subhumans continue to blast their way through the never ending tour. They press on with several UK shows lined up for you over the next few months. Following the reissue of Subhumans’ back catalogue, remastered from original analogue master tapes, their live presence is as strong as ever stamping in your memory as one of the best original UK punk bands.
(Better late than never), we would like to announce the end of the mighty Citizen Fish world tour. After a five year wait, Dick Lucas, Jasper and band finally bring us their latest ska/punk offering with the brand new album, Goods. On the road since March 2011, Citizen Fish bring the tour to a close in Ireland this November. Don’t miss it!