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Black Flag? Flag? Flaggy Black? This is getting confusing…

Well, it appears that the Greg Ginn version of Black Flag will be releasing a new album and doing a US tour in the near future.

We can’t speak on any solidified dates yet, but this is certainly turning out to be one epic punk-rock drama. Details will be posted as they come.

Thanks to Brooklyn Vegan for the scoop!


Punk Rock Bowling and Music Fest announced; (Black)Flag performing along with MANY others. Free Bad Religion download here, too!

For Immediate Release


15th Annual Punk Rock Bowling and Music Festival

May 24-27, 2013

Downtown Las Vegas, NV


Initial Lineup Revealed; Many More Bands To Be Announced


Bowling Registration and Hotel Rooms Are Now Available
at www.punkrockbowling.com

Festival Weekend Passes On Sale Tues. Jan. 29, 2013 @ 1pm PST

$105 For All 3 days

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HENRY ROLLINS is coming to Albany, NY this Thursday 10/25 at The Egg; Check out our interview with him below.

Henry Rollins’ “Takes On Capitalism” speaking tour is coming to Albany, NY tomorrow, and who doesn’t love Hank? If you’re looking for an ever-intriguing take on social/fiscal/moral issues, one needn’t look further than Mr. Rollins, as his speaking engagements virtually ensure a candid, argumentative, and gruff outlook on current events. Did you know he sang in Black Flag?!

Past punk rock achievements aside, we at Live High Five thoroughly endorse checking out his performance, at least once, so if you’re able to make it, you definitely should. Remaining dates are listed below, and you can check out our email interview with the man HERE.

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Henry Rollins Interview

Singer, writer, publisher, actor, journalist, activist, disc jockey… That’s 7, but I’m sure there are many other titles one can bestow upon Henry Rollins. You would be hard pressed to find a performer who has created and disseminated as much profound output as the former Black Flag singer, and it doesn’t look like he will be slowing down anytime soon. Mighty good work for a punker from D.C.

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