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Lower Class Brats to re-release singles comp

Lower Class Brats have announced that they will be releasing a singles compilation called “Primary Reinforcement Plus”. The comp is a re-release of a 1997, French import compilation called “Primary Reinforcement”. The added “Plus” at the end of the title refer’s to the album’s extra tracks, remastered quality and new-and-improved cover artwork. The compilation is set to be released on October 11th.



Punk Rock Bowling Vegas: Night Two – Anti-Nowhere League, Leftover Crack, The Briefs, Lower Class Brats

Saturday after FLAG‘s set, there was little time to relax before the incredible list of club shows was underway. I ran my ass off Saturday night, catching four bands at three different venues. It was better this year though, with the removal of The Bunkhouse as one of the venues because that place is far away from the rest of the activities. Backstage Bar and Billiards, Las Vegas Country Saloon, and Fremont Country Club were among the list, and if the Beauty Bar had their shit together, I would have added Agent Orange to the list.

First on the list of club shows was Lower Class Brats. I missed their pool party earlier in the day due to bowling activities, and it had been years since I had seen the psychos, so I was super excited to get to LVCS in time to catch the beginning of their set. I was on quite the time constraint due to other shows happening at the same time, so I felt like Clark Griswold in National Lampoon’s – squeezing in as much as I could in the time I had. This effort also made it so I missed LCB’s performance of “Psycho”, one of my favorites. You can’t be everywhere at once, and although I missed that song, I was front and center for Leftover Crack’s “Gang Control” – any song that says “Fuck The Police” is alright in my book.

Leftover Crack is one of those bands that’s in the same group as Subhumans or Descendents for me. I have to manage my time between shooting, singing, and thrashing, which I often don’t have the opportunity to do all three. This is the exception, as I was able to drop the gear for a bit and swing around. Lately, Stza and crew has been adding keyboard to their live performances, with Scott taking breaks to figure out the keys. Additionally, the last two times I’ve seen them there has been guest female vocals which adds a different element to their trademark sound.

Alas, I reluctantly left the LOC concert to make it to The Briefs, of which I missed the first three songs. Thankfully, the security at Backstage Bar was pretty cool and let me shoot for a little bit anyway. I’m glad they did because the band is just so animated when they perform. “I’m poor and I’m weird baby, you got no time for me”. I love The Briefs’ sound and style and I just wish they would put out more new material.

The final band on my list for the night was the incredible, long-lasting Anti-Nowhere League. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I think Animal has found the fountain of youth because over the years as well all get more wrinkles and scars, it seems like he is getting younger and more youthful. We need to figure out his secret. ANWL was a band that was crucial in my punk upbringing and it’s a band that never disappoints. It’s a ‘no-frills’ approach to their music and style that sets them apart from other UK bands of the same era and I see no end in sight for these old punks.

Have a look at all the photos from Saturday’s club shows below, and stay tuned for more photos from Punk Rock Bowling Las Vegas in the following days.

 



Rancid to play two shows in Southern California in April

Bay Area punk legends Rancid have announced they are going to play two shows in Southern California in April with Left Alone, and one of them will also feature support from Lower Class Brats. The dates and locations are below.

Rancid have reportedly been back in the studio working on a new album, which will be their first since 2014’s Honor Is All We Know. We’ll keep you posted as more details on new music from Rancid come to light.



Altercation Records announce SXSW Altercation Punk Rock BBQ 2015

Altercation Records have announced this year’s annual SXSW Punk Rock BBQ. This year’s BBQ features Lower Class BratsThe Sharp LadsThe Grizzly Band, and more, and will be held this Saturday, March 21st. Check out the flyer and more details below.



Punk Rock BBQ lineup announced: includes American Pinup, Lower Class Brats, New Red Scare and more

Dying Scene was able to get the skinny on a few of the bands who have been confirmed for this years Altercation Punk Rock BBQ to be held Saturday March 16th in Austin Texas, and they are: NYC’s American Pinup, the legendary Lower Class Brats, Albany NY’s underground revolutionaries New Red Scare, New Jersey street punks The Scandals, and Austin’s own Sniper 66.

The Altercation Punk Rock BBQ, while not officially connected to the SXSW music convention, has  become the must attended punk rock matinee and meet and greet for everyone in the punk industry during SXSW.

This the 3rd annual Altercation Punk Rock BBQ will be held at the Vortex on Manor road in Austin Texas at 12 noon on Sat March 16th, admission is free and all ages are welcome.

Be sure to check back for additional band announcements coming soon.



The Casualties announce U.S. tour with Down By Law, Lower Class Brats, Flatfoot 56, and The Sheds

New York punks The Casualties have announced that they will be co-headlining the first ever “Tonight We Unite” festival tour alongside Nekromantix. They will also be bringing along Down By Law, Lower Class Brats, Flatfoot 56, and The Sheds!

You can check out the tour dates and locations here.

Their new album is due out this Summer. The group’s last release of new material was 2009′s “We Are All We Have,” but they also released a greatest hits album called “For The Casualties Army” in 2010 on SideOneDummy.



Lower Class Brats recording new album

Austin, Texas street punks Lower Class Brats will be heading into the studio next week to record 6 songs for an upcoming 12″ EP and CD for Turkey Baster Records. This will be the bands first release on the label since very early in their career when they were on a split 7″ with the Reducers SF for Pair O’ Docs Records, a subsidiary of Turkey Baster.

Lower Class Brats released their last album, This Is Real, on TKO in 2008.



Lower Class Brats announce dates for “Still Hated, Never Ignored” tour

Austin, Texas street punks Lower Class Brats have announcd the dates for their “Still Hated, Never Ignored” tour. The tour will see the band stick to the West/Southwest, starting August 4th in Colorado and ending August 21st in El Paso, Texas. Click here for the full dates.

Lower Class Brats released their last album, This Is Real, on TKO in 2008.



New Song: “America’s Standard” from Lower Class Brats

lowerclassbratsAustin, Texas street punks Lower Class Brats are streaming a new song on their MySpace page.  It’s titled America’s Standard and we have no idea what album it’s going to appear on.

Lower Class Brats released their last album, This Is Real, on TKO in 2008.