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MDC (Millions of Deceived Citizens) announce US tour w/ The Elected Officials

The legendary political punk band, MDC, also known as Millions of Dead Cops, Multi Death Corporations and recently as Millions Of Deceived Citizens embark on a Midwest/East coast tour with political upstarts The Elected Officials, a female fronted anarcho punk act from Austin Texas for 23 dates.

Check out the dates and locations below.

MDC will be releasing their first new album in 15 years, “Mein Trumpf,” on October 10th via Primordial Records.



Tickets still available for Bloodstains Hardcore Festival (Zero Boys, M.D.C, F.U’s, Stalag 13)


If you’re a fan of 80’s US hardcore then boy are you in for a treat! Temple of Boom (Leeds) will be hosting Bloodstains Hardcore Festival from August 4th- 7th. Headliners include Zero Boys, MDC, Stalag 13,FU’s, Scream as well as including some of the best bands in the UK scene at the moment. If you’re looking for a cheaper alternative to Rebellion with a more DIY feel, then this is the festival for you. Tickets are still available but don’t hang around, they are selling fast.

You can find more information on their facebook page.



MDC announce new album “Mein Trumpf”

Hardcore punk icons MDC (Millions of Dead Cops) have announced plans to release a new album this August. All we currently know is the record will be titled Mein Trumpf.

Stay tuned for more details on the follow-up to 2004’s Magnus Dominus Corpus.



MDC and The Antidon’ts stream split EP

Iconic hardcore act MDC (Millions of Dead Cops, or in this case Millions of Delusional Citizens) and Florida punk trio The Antidon’ts are currently streaming a split EP. You can listen to it below.

The split EP was released on April 1st through Swamp Cabbage Records.



Weekend of Shows Review: MDC and Pegboy Headline, The Bollweevils shoot Anthem video

Pegboy’s “Skinny” Mike Thompson (left), John Haggerty (center), and Larry Damore (right) (with Joe Haggerty on drums, not pictured) played to a frenetic crowd at 1st Ward.

MDC kicked off their latest tour in Chicago to a packed Liar’s Club Friday night, April, 8, 2016, with strong support from Deathwish and Chicago area based groups Death and Memphis, and The Bollweevils.

Deathwish worked hard to get the crowd warmed up and the fervor built during Death and Memphis’ as always rollicking set.

Steev MF Custer (left) and Paul Garcia (right) with Larry Ohler and Devin Thomas, during a rollicking performance at Liar’s Club

The Bollweevils had the club at fever pitch as lead singer Daryl Wilson, whose day job is as an M.D. /EMS Medical Director at a suburban Chicago Hospital (thus affectionally known by friends and fans as the Punk Rock Doc) threw his almost 6’5 frame all over the stage and into the crowd. The low ceilings of Liar’s Club and the cozy stage space did not deter Wilson from making his customary chaotic jumps.  By the next day, it was a case of doctor heal thyself, as Wilson listed badges of painful honor in the name of punk on his Facebook page.

Daryl Wilson was not deterred from making one of his numerous jumps by cozy stage space at Liar’s Club

MDC, formed 35 plus years earlier and led by Dave Dictor, took the stage and started furiously with the sometimes eponymous song Millions of Dead Cops.  Nearly a dozen songs later, when they hit Chicken Squawk and John Wayne Was A Nazi, the crowd composed of many just a few years younger than Dictor himself, was fully enthralled. Despite the tight stage area, some still found the space to stage dive and crowd surf through the tight confines. The coziness of the venue seemed to only add to the level of energy generated throughout.

Dave Dictor and MDC kicked off their latest tour at Liar’s Club in Chicago.

The music continued Saturday night at 1st Ward Events at Chop Shop, and a good deal of the audience members at the Friday night show also were on hand for headliners, the Chicago outfit sometimes described as a punk rock supergroup, Pegboy.

The three earlier Saturday night groups, Dan Vapid & The Cheats, The Brokedowns and Dethwarrant all provided solid support.

Pegboy ripped through close to 20 songs, including a soaring cover of Naked Raygun’s Soldier’s Requiem.  Pegboy of course includes former Naked Raygun guitarist John Haggerty, so this was especially delightful to longtime NR fans.  Two other highlights of the set: “Revolver,” Pegboy’s cover of “That’s When I Reach For My Revolver” by Mission of Burma and Hardlight. For the latter song, the show finale, Pegboy lead vocalist Larry Damore yielded the mic to Daryl Wilson of The Bollweevils, who had more space to catch air and did.

In fact, the entire weekend may have seemed to some as an extended party. Sunday at Liar’s found many of those in attendance to the previous two nights’ shows (including several members of the various performing bands) participating in the making of The Bollweevils music video for “The Bollweevils Anthem.”



MDC to tour the U.S. next month

Iconic hardcore act MDC (also known as Millions of Dead Cops, Millions of Damn Christians, Metal Devil Cokes and many other names) have announced a U.S. tour that will kick off next month. The dates and locations are below.

MDC last released a Millennium Edition reissue of their 1982 classic self-titled debut album in 2014. Rumor has it that the band has been working on a new album, which will be their first since 2004’s Magnus Dominus Corpus. We’ll keep you posted as more details on new music from MDC come to light.



MDC announce European tour

Iconic hardcore act MDC (Millions of Dead Cops) have announced a month-and-a-half European tour that will kick off in mid-July and wrap up in September. The dates and locations are below.

MDC has not released a full-length studio album since 2004’s Magnus Dominus Corpus, but they are reportedly working on new material. The band last released a Millennium Edition reissue of their 1982 classic self-titled debut album in 2014.



The Casualties post trailer for “Destruction Campaign Tour” featuring: Negative Approach, Krum Bums, MDC, ACxDC, and Wartorn

NYC street punk act The Casualties have posted a trailer to promote their upcoming tour with Detroit hardcore legends Negative Approach. Supporting acts on select dates will include Krum Bums, MDC (Millions Of Dead Cops), ACxDC, and Wartorn.

Click here to check out the video.

The Casualties released “Resistance” last year through Season Of Mist Records.



US Tour: The Casualties, Negative Approach, MDC, Krum Bums

Wow!!! If you live in the South, then your in luck because NYC street punks The Casualties just announced that they will be hitting the road with Detroit hardcore legends Negative Approach this fall.  Accompanying the two groups on select dates will be Austin, Texas punk acts MDC (Millions Of Dead Cops) and Krum Bums.

Click here to see if the tour is coming near you. Click here to buy tickets.

The Casualties released “Resistance” last year through Season Of Mist Records.



HD Live Video: MDC’s full set at Gilman Street (6/14/13)

As you may or may not have known, ridiculously long-running hardcore act MDC (Millions of Dead Cops) are currently on a US tour with Verbal Abuse and In Defense. They recently stopped at the legendary Gilman Street in Berkeley, California and a HD video of their full set from that night has made its way online.

Click here to check it out.

The band’s last studio album was 2004’s “Magnus Dominus Corpus,” which was released on Sudden Death Records.



MDC announces US tour dates with Verbal Abuse and In Defense

Ridiculously long running hardcore act, MDC-Millions Of Dead Cops, have announced a two week run of June US tour dates.  They’ll be hitting the road with Verbal Abuse and In Defense.

Check out the dates and locations here.

Some line up changes aside, the band has remained active since they got together back in the early 80′s



MDC-Millions Of Dead Cops announce a mini tour in November

Ridiculously long running hardcore act, MDC-Millions Of Dead Cops, have announced a short November tour. You can find the blog with the dates here.

Some line up changes aside, the band has remained active since they got together back in the early 80’s