Punk super-group OFF! have unleashed an accompanying music video to the track 'Wiped Out' to mark their triumphant return. After a string of extremely well received EPs over the last few years, the group compromising of former Circle Jerks and Black Flag singer Keith Morris, Burning Brides frontman Dimitri Coats, Redd Kross bassist Steven Shane McDonald and Mario Rubalcaba of Rockets From The Crypt/Hot Snakes fame show us all that the classic punk ethic that many though was dead and buried is still alive and kicking.
Their debut album, OFF!, will exhibit the same raw, high intensity style listeners will have become familiar with, not only with their string of EPs, but also with the highly influential punk movements of the late 70's and 80's - an era where most of the band hail from. Their new album will look to build upon the success and many accolades they have already received from the likes of The Guardian, Pitchfork and Kerrang since their recent incarnation. The group will release their self-titled, first proper full-length album on May 7th via Vice Records and will be undertaking a fairly thorough tour in the summer, hitting up many a festival and UK venue along the way.
UPCOMING LIVE DATES
02-Jun SP Barcelona Primavera Sound
04-Jun IT Segrate (Milano) Circolo Magnolia
05-Jun CH Zurich Dynamo
07-Jun NL Eindhoven Area 51 Skatepark
08-Jun GER Leisnig Sucks'n'Summer
09-Jun GER Munster Vainstream
10-Jun GER Cologne Underground
12-Jun GER Hamburg Hafenklang
13-Jun DK Copenhagen Pumpehuset
14-Jun SWE Stockholm Slussen
16-Jun SF Sein%joki Provinssirock
18-Jun UK Brighton Haunt
20-Jun UK London Garage
21-Jun UK Glasgow King Tut's
22-Jun UK Newcastle Academy 2
23-Jun UK Leeds Brudenell Social Club
25-Jun UK Manchester Sound Control
26-Jun UK Nottingham Rock City Basement
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