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Event Archive - Hardcore 2015: D.O.A., Gob, BOIDS, Guests

Sat. November 7th 2015 Rickshaw Theatre (No Minors)
8:00PM
$20 + s/c adv
Tickets at: Beatstreet Records, Dandelion Records & Emporium, Emporium, Highlife Records, Neptoon Records, Red Cat Records
Presented by: Sudden Death Records

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Music: Punk / Metal / Hardcore
Sudden Death Records is happy to announce the most kick ass show of the year, HARDCORE 2015. D.O.A. and Gob, Vancouver's two most legendary punk bands will kick out the jams together for the first time Saturday November 7th at the Rickshaw Theatre.

D.O.A., led by Joe Shithead Keithley, the band that pretty well invented hardcore political punk will blast the fans with songs from its red hot new album Hard Rain Falling on Sudden Death Records and will play a healthy string of classics from their lengthy catalogue.

Gob, one of Canada’s foremost pop punk pioneers, are ready to thrill their hometown crowd when they play their new single Walking Alone. They’ll also be delivering the goods when they play anthems from their seven albums including their latest Apt. 13.

Supporting this great co-bill will be Montreal’s hectic and exciting Boids, more acts will be announced.

For more info contact: [email protected] http://www.suddendeath.com

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D.O.A.

Canada’s legendary Punk Kings, who helped spread punk rock counterculture around the world, approach a momentous milestone. For nearly 25 years D.O.A. has been happily slashing away at all manner of philosophical enemies. They’ve traveled the globe almost continuously since they formed in 1978; they released their first snarling piece of vinyl,... more info

Gob (Pop Punk)

Vancouver's gob has come a long way since it's conception in 1993. Comprised of Tom (guitar/vocals), Theo (guitar/vocals), Craig (bass), and Gabe (drums), the band released a self-titled EP in 1994, a couple of 7" singles and the full-length, 'Too Late... No Friends' in June 1995. This was followed by 'Ass Seen on TV' (a two-album single disc which... more info