Music: Strike Anywhere

A lot of Punk bands’ political activism extends as far as sporting a stylishly ripped Che Guevera T-shirt, but Strike Anywhere isn't a band that wears its politics on (or as) its sleeves. You'd be hard pressed to find a more informed and literate group o

A lot of Punk bands’ political activism extends as far as sporting a stylishly ripped Che Guevera T-shirt, but Strike Anywhere isn't a band that wears its politics on (or as) its sleeves. You'd be hard pressed to find a more informed and literate group of guys playing political, social and cultural manifestos at skin-blistering volume with a melodic punch for fans that they hope to educate every bit as much as entertain.

Although 2009’s Iron Front, named for the Nazi resistance group of the ’30s, garnered decidedly mixed reviews, no one has ever doubted Strike Anywhere’s resolute political passion and the sincerity of their shouted message, delivered by way of lyrics as explosive and as targeted as a smart bomb. 

They play The Mad Hatter with Four Year Strong, This Time Next Year and Title Fight. Get show details and Sound Advice here.

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