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Chaos UK

Chaos UK is an English punk rock band formed in 1979 in Portishead, near Bristol. They emerged as part of the anarcho-punk scene, developing a fast and aggressive hardcore punk style. The original line-up of Simon Greenham on vocals, Andy on guit ...

Closet Monster (band)

For the fictional character see The Closet Monster. For the film, see Closet Monster film. Closet Monster was a Canadian punk rock band from Ajax, Ontario.

Code 13

Code 13 is a Minneapolis, Minnesota-based hardcore band formed by ex-members of the defunct band Destroy, including Havoc Records founder Felix Havoc.

Crucifix (band)

Crucifix was an American hardcore punk band from Berkeley, California, active from 1980 to 1984. They were among the most popular acts of the San Francisco punk scene of the early 1980s. Crucifix was founded and fronted by Cambodian-born singer S ...

Los Crudos

Los Crudos is an American hardcore punk band from Chicago, Illinois active from 1991 to 1998 and from 2006 onward. Comprising all Latino members, the band paved the way for later Spanish-speaking punk bands in the United States and helped to incr ...

Defiance (punk band)

Defiance are an American anarcho street punk band from Portland, Oregon formed in 1993. Their discography includes five E.P.s, four full-lengths, and one album of out of print and rare songs. They have been cited as major influences on bands such ...

Destroy!

Destroy! was an American crust punk band from Minneapolis between 1988 and 1994. Vocalist Felix Havoc founded Havoc Records in 1992 as a vehicle for Destroy!s Burn this Racist System Down 7" EP.

Deviated Instinct

Deviated Instinct are an English extreme metal band formed in 1984 Norwich. They are considered pioneers of both crust punk and death metal. Their first EP, Welcome to the Orgy, was released by Peaceville Records, which released the majority of t ...

DIRT (band)

DIRT were an anarcho-punk band from London, UK. Initially formed in 1980, the band frequently played with fellow anarchists Crass, before releasing their first EP, Object, Refuse, Reject, Abuse on the Crass Records label. Their second release, Ne ...

Disfear

Disfear is a Swedish crust punk band that formed in the early 1990s and recorded sporadically over the years. After releasing the albums Soul Scars in 1995 and Everyday Slaughter in 1997, the group did not release another album until 2003 with a ...

Disrupt

Disrupt was a crust punk band from 1987 - 1994, formed in Lynn, Massachusetts, United States. They only released one full-length studio album, however the band acquired a cult following on the strength of several underground 7-inch EPs and compil ...

Dog Faced Hermans

Dog Faced Hermans were a post-punk band that formed in Scotland in the mid 1980s and remained active through the mid 1990s. They emerged from the UK anarcho-punk scene with a guitar/bass/drums line-up, but also incorporated trumpet and other inst ...

Doom (British band)

Doom are an English hardcore punk band from Birmingham whose first lineup were together from 1987 to 1990. Despite its short existence, the band is considered pivotal in the rise of crust punk, a punk rock style that fuses extreme metal with anar ...

Electro Hippies

Not to be confused with the Electrohippies Collective, an international group of internet activists based in Oxfordshire, England Electro Hippies were a thrashcore band formed in St Helens/Wigan, United Kingdom, in 1985. Though they were short-li ...

The Feederz

The Feederz are a punk rock band, originally from Arizona. They are known for their controversial song "Jesus", which was featured on Alternative Tentacles infamous Let Them Eat Jellybeans compilation, and for their provocative album covers. The ...

Flannel (band)

Flannel were a 1990s band based in Brighton, England. Their style has been described as "anarcho-narco", meaning that they were influenced by anarchist politics and narcotic-using lifestyles. This should not be taken too literally; far from being ...

Fleas and Lice

Fleas and Lice are a crust punk band from Groningen, Netherlands. Three of the members were originally part of Mushroom Attack, also from the Netherlands. Their records have been released by Skuld Releases in Europe, and Profane Existence Records ...

Fleshies

Fleshies is an American punk rock band from Oakland, California, United States, that released three albums on Jello Biafras Alternative Tentacles, Kill the Dreamers Dream, The Sicilian, and Scrape the Walls. Fleshies have also released albums on ...

Flux of Pink Indians

The band formed in Hertfordshire, England in 1980 from the remaining members of The Epileptics who during the first half of 1979 changed their name to Epi-X, owing to letters of complaint from The British Epilepsy Association by Colsk Latter voca ...

Genetic Control

Genetic Control is a Canadian hardcore punk band from Montreal, Quebec, whose "First Impressions" single is a sought after item for punk record collectors. They existed from 1983 to 1986, and then reunited in 1998. They played with many bands suc ...

Grazhdanskaya Oborona

Grazhdanskaya Oborona, Russian for Civil Defense, or ГО, often referred to as ГрОб, Russian for coffin) were a Soviet and Russian rock band formed by Yegor Letov and Konstantin Ryabinov in Omsk, USSR, in 1984. They were one of the earliest Soviet ...

Hagar the Womb

Hagar the Womb are an English punk rock band, originally active in the early 1980s and part of the Anarcho-punk movement. In hiatus from 1987, members went on to form We are Going to Eat You and Melt. A 2011 compilation of their back catalogue br ...

I Spy (band)

I Spy was a Canadian hardcore punk band founded in Regina, Saskatchewan, in 1991, relocated to Winnipeg, Manitoba, in 1994, and disbanded in 1996. Combining childish humour and politically oriented emotive hardcore, the group released several rec ...

Icon A.D.

Icon A.D. were an English anarcho-punk band formed in Leeds in 1979. They were included on Crass 1980 compilation album Bullshit Detector and in 1982 recorded a Peel session for BBC Radio 1. Their debut EP Dont Feed Us Shit reach number twenty on ...

Icons of Filth

Icons of Filth are an influential Welsh anarcho-punk band that were formed in 1979 and who campaigned via their lyrical content and their support to various causes to effect positive social, political and environmental change. The issues the band ...

Kronstadt Uprising (band)

This article is about the band Kronstadt Uprising. For information about the historical event see Kronstadt Uprising Kronstadt Uprising were an anarcho-punk band from Southend-on-Sea, Essex, UK during the 1980s.

Lost Cherrees

Lost Cherrees were formed in Sutton in 1979 by drummer Steve Battershill, guitarist Dave Greaves, and singer Sian Jeffreys. They recorded six tracks and released them on cassette as The Worst Demo Ever Recorded, which was split with the band Warn ...

Marilyns Vitamins

Marilyns Vitamins were a punk rock band formed in 1995 from Orangeville, Ontario, Canada, playing their last show December 28, 1999 in Toronto, Ontario. In those near-five years they released two albums on Raw Energy and 7"s on Ductape, and Ugly ...

Mischief Brew

Mischief Brew was an American band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, which played DIY anarcho-punk music, incorporating a variety of styles including American folk, swing, and Gypsy-punk. It was started by Erik Petersen as a solo pr ...

The Mob (British band)

The bands initial line-up consisted of Mark Wilson vocals, guitar, Curtis Youe bass guitar and Graham Fallows drums. Later drummers included Adie Tompkins, Tim Hutton and Joseph Porter. The Mob disbanded in 1983 and reformed in 2011, playing a nu ...

No Fraud

No Fraud is a hardcore punk/thrash metal band from Venice, Florida, that formed with members Dan Destructo on guitar and vocals, Buzz Cockrill on bass and Mike Shenkin on drums. The band has added different members since its origin. No Fraud is k ...

Omega Tribe

Omega Tribe are an English anarcho-punk band, formed in Barnet, London in 1981. With the roles of Hugh Vivian on guitar and vocals, Daryl Hardcastle on bass, Pete Fender on guitar and Pete Shepherd on drums, their first EP, Angry Songs, was produ ...

Panx Romana

Panx Romana is a Greek punk rock band that was established in 1977. They are very popular among Greek anarchists and have done multiple concerts in many locations of Athens. They have also performed many well known songs such as Διακοπές στο Χακί ...

Paranoid Visions

Paranoid Visions are a punk rock band from Dublin, Ireland who formed in 1982. They broke up in 1992, had reunion shows and eventually decided to reunite. The band ran their own label, F.O.A.D., during the 80s and 90s. The label was based in Dubl ...

La Plebe

La Plebe was an American punk rock band from San Francisco, California. Formed in early 2001, the band has been a consistent part of various music scenes ever since, marked notably by multiple tours of Mexico, Europe and the Balkans.

Poison Girls

The Poison Girls were an English anarcho-punk band from Brighton. The singer/guitarist, Vi Subversa, was a middle-aged mother of two at the bands inception, and wrote songs that explored sexuality and gender roles, often from an anarchist perspec ...

Propagandhi

Propagandhi is a Canadian punk rock band formed in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba in 1986 by guitarist Chris Hannah and drummer Jord Samolesky. The band is currently located in Winnipeg, Manitoba and completed by bassist Todd Kowalski and guitarist ...

Radical Dance Faction

Radical Dance Faction RDF were founded by Chris Bowsher in Hungerford in 1986. Originally known as Military Surplus. the band has experienced many line up changes, with at least thirty different people having been part of the band at one time or ...

Rambo (band)

Rambo were an American punk rock band based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The band identified with the straight edge, anarchist, vegan, crust punk, cyclist and thrashcore movements. Known for hectic live performances, the band toured extensively ...

RIOT 111

RIOT 111 was a New Zealand political punk band active from 1981 to 1984 often associated with anarcho-punk. The group was formed by two political activists, singer "Void" and drummer "Roger Riot", during the South Africa national rugby union team ...

Riot/Clone

Riot/Clone was a punk band often associated with the anarcho-punk scene, active from 1979–1983 and then revived in the early 1990s until they split up again in 2005. The band were originally known as Riot but the name became Riot/Clone after two ...

Ripcordz

Ripcordz are a Canadian punk rock band, formed in Montreal in 1980. They have released 15 full-length albums and continue to tour extensively as a three-piece band. The band has undergone numerous lineup changes through its history, with vocalist ...

Rubella Ballet

The band was formed by drummer Sid Truelove, together with former Fatal Microbes Pete Fender Dan Sansom, guitar, Gem Stone Gemma Sansom, bass and It Quentin North, also bass, with vocalists Annie Anxiety and Womble. Their first gig was at the Tri ...

Rudimentary Peni

Rudimentary Peni are a British anarcho-punk/deathrock band formed in 1980, emerging from the London anarcho-punk scene. Lead singer/guitarist Nick Blinko is notorious for his witty, macabre lyrics and dark pen-and-ink artwork, prominently feature ...

Schwartzeneggar

Schwartzeneggar was a band formed by ex-Crass vocalist Steve Ignorant, Thatcher On Acid members, Ben Corrigan, Andi Tuck, Bob Butler, and former Conflict member Mark Pickstone.

Sin Dios

Sin Dios was a hardcore/anarcho-punk band from Spain that formed in 1988 in Madrid. Their first gigs were held in squatted houses. In 1990 they released their first demo ".Ni amo" which contained 13 tracks and took them to their first tour across ...

The Skulls (Canadian band)

The Skulls were an early Vancouver punk rock band, whose members would later found two of the areas bands: D.O.A. and The Subhumans. They toured heavily and issued a demo, but never released any albums.

Spitboy

Spitboy was an American anarcho-punk band founded in the San Francisco bay area, in California in 1990. The all-female band aggressively criticized patriarchy and gender roles but did not associate with the contemporaneous riot grrrl movement. Th ...

Stalag 17 (band)

Formed in Belfast, Northern Ireland, by the members of three other punk bands, The Stillborns, Maimed, and Paranoid, the band began writing their own material and covering contemporary punk bands such as The Mekons. After several gigs in and arou ...

Subhumans (Canadian band)

The Subhumans are a punk rock band formed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada in 1978. Known by pejorative, punk rock nicknames, original members were known simply as "Useless" Gerry Hannah, "Dimwit" Ken Montgomery, "Wimpy" Brian Roy Goble and ...