April 11, 2021 6:00 am - October 2, 2020 11:00 pm Cinema Plaza - Handelsstraat 6/8 in Duffel
Kali Masi is a punk rock band from Chicago, IL. They’ve been heavily touring and self-promoting for the last 6 years; steadily evolving the angular, emotive, and urgent sound found on their 2019 LP ‘WIND INSTRUMENT’ (Gunner Records)
May 15, 2021 2:00 pm - 11:30 pm De Schorre - Schommelei 1 - 2850 Boom
The Punk In Drublic Beer & Music Festival will come to Belgium for the first time ever! The festival will have its stop at recreation park “De Schorre” in Belgium! This iconic venue is a green oasis located in a former clay.
Thank you all for your patience and support during the last few weeks and always remember: Taking a year off only means that we will come back stronger! Here is to Punk In Drublic 2021 and to celebrating punk rock as we used and love to – live and loud!
15/05/21 - Punk In Drublic festival - Belgium
€58,50 includes VAT, booking fee, transaction cost
Bad Cop / Bad Cop (Fat Wreck Chords…)
Expect pop inflected punk, vocal harmonies with strength, connectedness and positivity reflecting through their music.
It’s been a hectic couple of years since Los Angeles punk quartet Bad Cop/Bad Cop dropped their debut full-length, Not Sorry and their second album, Warriors that’s out on Fat Wreck Chords. Warriors is an album that manages to be both fun and thoughtful. There’s a good reason for this. Many of the album’s most cathartic, aggressive moments come from the mind of co-vocalist Stacey Dee, who after being at rock bottom has come out stronger than ever. She was able to expand her horizons, writing songs as poignant as “Victoria” (about a friend’s child who committed suicide) and “Womanarchist”. They are among the first out of the gate in the punk rock Trump era and have set the bar incredibly high! CHEERS!
—– Three Eyed Jack
Three Eyed Jack are a skate punk/pop punk quartet from Oostkamp in Belgium. Think mid nineties skate punk meets late nineties pop punk, FFO No Use For A Name, MxPx, Good Riddance etc.
Their first release was a 10 track demo in 2011 and they followed it up with an album in 2015 titled “Always In For Happy Days”!
Let’s put on (y)our dancing shoes, drink some beer, hang and have fun. Simple as that!!!
20/10/21 - Bad Cop/Bad Cop - ? - Three Eyed Jack
€15,00 includes VAT, booking fee, transaction cost
October 16, 2021 7:30 pm - October 17, 2021 1:30 am Hangar 27 - Parklaan 161 - 2650 Edegem
Who is Less Than Jake?
That’s a legitimate question for someone who has been out of touch with the independent or punk music scene for the last quarter of a century. To some, the name may bring you back to a movie soundtrack or a video game; others are transported to a sweaty day on the Vans Warped Tour. One thing that can not be argued is that if you have experienced Less Than Jake live, it is something that you will never forget.
With well over 300 releases on various labels under their belt, most would think their legacy was in tact. But the status quo has never interested Less Than Jake. They continue to write and perform new material and have no thoughts of letting up. With the energy and exuberance of a band half its age and the determination of savvy veterans, there is seemingly no end point to this enduring and entertaining band.So who is Less Than Jake? Go see a show and find out.
—– The Suicide Machines
It was in 2006 that Detroit punks The Suicide Machines called it a day after 15 years and six full-throttle, super-charged and confrontational albums. The break didn’t last too long – in 2009, the four-piece crew reconvened to play the occasional local shows and embarked on some even less frequent tours. There was no sign of new material – until now!
Old and new fans alike will find their new album Revolution Spring (Fat Wreck Chords) an energetic homage to the band’s past anthemic, hardcore, ska-punk roots, mixed with the newfound optimism and raw personal life experiences of the band. It’s good to have them back. Fat Wreck Chords will release Revolution Spring on March 27th.
January 23, 2021 7:30 pm - January 24, 2021 1:30 am Hangar 27 - Parklaan 161 - 2650 Edegem
Formed in 1991, Sweden’sNo Fun At Allquickly carved out their own brand of fast,melodic hardcore/punk with their debut EP Vision (1993) and the subsequent album No Straight Angles (1994). Establishing a sound of their own and, alongside
contemporaries Millencolin and Satanic Surfers, themselves as one of the biggest Swedish acts of the 90’s skatepunk scene.
With a new album already in the works (to be recorded and produced by Millencolin’s Mathias Färm in November) and set to be released in the spring of 2018, along with bunch of well-received european shows this past summer, No Fun At All are showing no signs of slowing down.
Founded in 1989, theSatanic Surferssailed the seven seas, played an unhealthy amount of shows around the world and released six full length albums and a bunch of singles and EP’s.
In the process they became one of the biggest swedish punkbands. In 2007 their work was done, and they went their separate ways. But they were not gone forever. In 2015 the dark Lord called upon them to wreak more havoc.
After a successful festival summer and more touring, they knew that the key to world domination was a new album. Thus followed hard work to create a wicked masterpiece,
which became ‚Back From Hell‘ release in March 2018. So the band went on full speed ahead, with more high-energy melodic hardcore punk from the devil’s disciples. The Satanic Surfers were back from hell!
Every anniversary needs a wedding AFTER PARTY band, right?
The All-Star Weddingbandwill keep you in the right mood after the headliner’s set. The band is known for their strong punkrock cabaract crossover act. The show is full of classic songs everyone can sing along to from ages 8 to 88 and jokes you’d wish you’d never heard.