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Black Flagpunk, hardcore

Wednesday Jan 15, 2020

407 Central Ave NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102

Phone: 505-242-4900
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Punk rock legends, Black Flag, return to Sister. BLACK FLAG is an American band formed in 1976 in Hermosa Beach, CA by guitarist, primary songwriter, and sole continuous member Greg Ginn. Their discography includes seven studio albums and two live albums. The band has released all of their material on Ginn’s independent label, SST Records beginning with 1981’s Damaged. Vocalist, Mike Vallely, first sang with the band as a guest vocalist in 2003, before becoming the band’s fifth vocalist and touring with the band in 2014. BLACK FLAG is currently recording new material for a future studio release and will be touring in the Summer of 2019 on their 2019 SUMMER TOUR. Support from The Linecutters.

See also: Show Up!


Black Flag. They were one of the first hardcore punk bands in the USA and started up in Hermosa Beach, a steadfastly suburban and very bougie beach paradise on the Western tip of Los Angeles County. Once upon a time, Henry Rollins was their lead singer. Guitiarist Greg Ginn has been with the band since its inception, providing much of the creative energy needed to steer this version of punk rock away from the rocks of corporate condescension for the past 45 years. What else can one say about a band that’s influenced everyone from King Buzzo to Mastodon? If you still haven’t experienced what life under a black flag is like, they we highly suggest you make this show. It’s at Sister (407 Central Ave. NW) on Wednesday, Jan. 15. You might just dig the vacant and vicious vestiges of another age, as captured in songs like “Beat My Head Against the Wall” and “You’re Not Evil,” we sure did at the impressionable age of 21. 8pm • $20 to $25 • 21+.

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