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All Time Low perform live cover of “Teenage Dirtbag” (Wheatus)

Posted by Midwest Punk on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at 8:52 AM (PST)

From the strange but true files, here’s a video of All Time Low covering “Teenage Dirtbag” by Wheatus at one of their live shows. Check out the video below.

Maybe that in itself isn’t THAT strange, but throw in Anti-Flag‘s Chris #2 singing along onstage, and REALLY getting into it offstage, now it’s getting pretty strange. (Also, what’s with all the bras, and why is the crowd so dead?)

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A-F Records launch Anti-Flag cover contest

Posted by connor_maoil on Monday, February 10, 2014 at 10:10 AM (PST)

A-F Records have announced a new Anti-Flag cover contest to kick off 2014:

“1. Utilize your skills on ANY instrument to cover/re-imagine Anti-Flag’s “Power To The Peaceful” from ‘The Terror State’ record. Remember, you’re using your imagination to create your own unique cover. We will not be accepting submissions of individuals playing along with the track. Have fun with this! Get creative! NOTE: If you wish to submit a FULL BAND cover, you may. However, if a band wins the contest, they will win a prize as a band (no individual prizes).

2. Record the cover video of the song. Your video does not have to be visual.

3. Upload to YouTube with the title “Power To The Peaceful – Anti-Flag Cover Contest”, and include your name in the description.”

Prizes include a 20 Years Of Hell Subscription, a signed Anti-Flag drum head/”BACON” test pressing, and a signed Anti-Flag drum head. Entries must be submitted by March 7th. Head over here for more details.

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Much like the 2013 edition of the festival, it looks like punk fans will have a few bands to look forward to seeing at this year’s Coachella in Indio, California. The 2014 lineup has been revealed, and on it includes acts such as AFI, Anti-Flag, The Replacements, Frank Turner, and Title Fight.

Of course, many non-punk acts will also be playing, such as Neutral Milk Hotel, Superchunk, Kid Cudi,the reformed OutKast, Muse, and the Arcade Fire (the last three of whom are headlining) so decide wisely before making a decision to attend the two-weekend spanning festival.

Coachella runs from April 11-13 and April 18-20.  You can get more info and checkout the full lineup here.

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Video: Chris #2 from Anti-Flag performs for Punks in Vegas

Posted by Mar Katze on Wednesday, January 8, 2014 at 8:05 AM (PST)

On December 2nd, Anti-Flag rolled into Nevada for a show, and Chris #2 took some time to do a Stripped Down Session for Punks in Vegas.  He played an untitled new song and “The Ghosts of Alexandria” from his band’s last album, The General Strike.

You can watch the video here.

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Pittsburgh punk veterans Anti-Flag are streaming a re-recorded version of “Wake Up,” which will be appearing on the third volume in their “20 Years of Hell” 7-inch series, featuring two tracks from Worship This! on its b-side.

You can stream the re-recorded track right here. Details on the tracklisting for the third “20 Years of Hell” 7-inch can be found below.

The original version of “Wake Up” appeared on Anti-Flag’s 2003 album “The Terror State.” In the mood for more Anti-Flag? Check out our recent interview with Pat Thetic!

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Anti-Flag stream previously unreleased “I Hate People Like You” demo

Posted by jaystone on Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at 3:19 PM (PST)

As you’re aware by now, Pittsburgh punx Anti-Flag are celebrating two decades as a band with a subscription-based series of a half-dozen 7-inches entitled “20 Years In Hell.”

Among the obscure tracks featured on the series is a little ditty called “I Hate People Like You.” The song was written and recorded in demo format in 1992, but is only seeing the light of day now. Click here to check it out.

Anti-Flag’s latest proper release was 2012′s “The General Strike.” In the mood for more Anti-Flag? Click here to check out our recent interview with Pat Thetic.

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We had the chance to catch up with punk rock veteran Pat Thetic of  Anti-Flag on the Philadelphia stop of their Fat Tour. He discusses plans for a future release, working with Fat, and his view on the government shutdown. 

You can check out the full interview below.

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Video: Record shopping with Tim Casey (Hostage Calm)

Posted by JerryLowLife on Wednesday, November 27, 2013 at 11:04 AM (PST)

Hostage Calm bassist Tim Casey was the latest artist to be given a $50 shopping spree for Run For Cover Records‘ “Record Selection” video series.  This time the record store featured was Philadelphia’s Repo Records.

Check out the video below to see which records he picked out.

Hostage Calm last released a 7″ split with Anti-Flag in February through Run For Cover Records.

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A-F Records are offering up their entire digital catalog for free download until December 4th.

Click here to head over to the label’s Bandcamp and download some great releases from Anti-Flag, World’s Scariest Police Chases, Antillectual, and more!

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Video: Chris No. 2 (Anti-Flag) plays acoustic version of “1915″ on Exclaim! TV

Posted by bob9746 on Thursday, November 14, 2013 at 2:17 PM (PST)

Anti-Flag‘s Chris No. 2 recently appeared on Exclaim! TV to perform an acoustic version of “1915″ from the band’s latest album “The General Strike.”

You can check out a video of the performance, along with a full list of dates and locations the band’s playing on the Fat Tour, below!

“The General Strike” was released in 2012 on SideOneDummy. The Pittsburgh punks are be celebrating their 20th anniversary with a six 7-inch series entitled the “20 Years of Hell” split series.

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Here’s something to keep you entertained on a slow news day.  It’s a documentary film featuring Steve Ignorant (Crass, Conflict, ..), The UK Subs, The Bouncing Souls, The Dropkick Murphys, John Robb (Goldblade, The Membranes), Anti-Flag, The Queers, The Real McKenzies, and The Skints (reggae/ska Punk from East London UK) all talking about what “punk” means to them.

Check it out below.

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Anti-Flag stream re-recorded version of “Bring Out Your Dead”

Posted by ChrisDude on Saturday, October 5, 2013 at 7:09 AM (PST)

Pittsburgh punk veterans Anti-Flag are streaming a re-recorded version of “Bring Out Your Dead”, which will be appearing on the second of six 7-inch records in their “20 Years of Hell” split series. ”Bring Out Your Dead” is originally taken from Anti-Flag’s 2001 classic album Underground Network.

Click here to check it out.

The release will feature two re-recorded Anti-Flag songs on the a-side and two tracks from Cleveland’s All Dinosaurs. Full details can be found right here.

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DS Photo Gallery: Anti-Flag’s 20th Anniversary Show

Posted by milhouse on Wednesday, September 4, 2013 at 9:15 AM (PST)

Did you know that Anti-Flag will soon be re-celebrating their 20th anniversary?! That’s like the friend that spends a whole month celebrating their birthday, but in this case it’s an entire year. The band recently announced a late fall tour with Billy Talent and Less Than Jake.

I just realized that it’s been almost six months since they came into town for the first 20th anniversary show, and they will be playing again in my town in just over two months.

I guess it’s time to get these pictures up before we focus on the next coming of Anti-Flag, 20th anniversary style. You can view photos of Anti-Flag’s first 20th Anniversary Show here, and check out upcoming tour dates here.

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Fat Wreck Chords has announced the 2013 edition of the Fat Tour will feature Less Than Jake, Anti-Flag, Masked Intruder, and Get Dead.

A full list of dates and locations on the tour, which will be making its way through the US later this year, can be seen here.

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Anti-Flag stream re-recorded version of “Police Story”

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Thursday, July 25, 2013 at 1:07 PM (PST)

Pittsburgh punk veterans Anti-Flag are streaming a re-recording of their song “Police Story,” which will be appearing on the first of six 7-inch records in their “20 Years of Hell” split series.

Click here to check it out.

The first 7-inch in the “20 Years of Hell” split series will feature two re-recorded Anti-Flag songs on the a-side and two unreleased World’s Scariest Police Chases songs on the b-side. Full details can be found right here.

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