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In case you haven’t heard the big news, the original line-up of L.A. punk legends The Flesh Eaters have reunited and recorded their first album together since their 1981 masterpiece “A Minute To Pray, A Second To Die”. The new … Continue reading
LA has been invaded by the 1981-era Flesh Eaters once again, and in 2019, these horrifying creatures are no throwbacks. This collection of serious players from the old school – comprised of Dave Alvin and Bill Bateman of the Blasters, … Continue reading
Not only are The Flesh Eaters releasing their first album since Miss Muerte, which came out on Atavistic Records in 2004, but they are reuniting their classic lineup from 1981, which also played the band’s recent reunion shows in 2006 and … Continue reading
A week ago Sunday, I attended what I like to think of as a Punk Rock “Hoedown” or “Hootenanny,” sans the dancing, for the “My Damage” All-Star Punk Rock Signing Party at La Luz de Jesus. Unlike the book signing by Keith … Continue reading
The American Cinematheque presents Yakuza-Palooza at The Egyptian Theatre on June 27 and 28, two nights of Japanese crime films, including Pale Flower, Massacre Gun and Killers on Parade. The event is hosted by Chris Desjardins, or Chris D., former band leader … Continue reading
On Friday July 15, from 6 to 8pm, TKO Records presents two readings to celebrate the vinyl-only reissue of SoCal punk band The Flesh Eaters’ demos from 1978. Chris D. of The Flesh Eaters will read from A Minute To Pray, … Continue reading