VENUE: Lord Fanch Presents:
Black Flag (www.blackflagofficial.com), Good For You
3108 Locust St.
St. Louis, MO, 63103
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is all ages
Black Flag, has reformed and is in the process of putting finishing touches on a new album with founder Greg Ginn (guitarist, primary songwriter, and sole continuous member) on guitar and Ron Reyes (Jealous Again era) on vocals.
Opening act will be: Good For You, a band formed by Mike Vallely (Skateboarding legend and frontman of Revolution Mother and Mike V & The Rats) and Greg Ginn of Black Flag.
Good For You
As the founder, guitarist and driving influence behind Black Flag, Greg Ginn defined the west coast punk sound and the DIY ethos of punk rock. Through his record label SST, Ginn has tirelessly performed, produced and released new music by himself as well as from an eclectic array of independent artists.
Professional skateboarder and musician, Mike Vallely first saw Black Flag perform at City Gardens in Trenton, New Jersey in 1984. Crediting it as a life changing experience, Mike set forth from that show on an uncharted course of self-expression through his skating. Discovered by Stacy Peralta in 1986, Mike turned pro in 1987 and has had an un-paralleled skateboard career. His first band Mike V And The Rats was formed in 2001.
Greg and Mike first met in Long Beach, CA in May of 2003 when Mike V And The Rats started a supporting run of shows for Greg that would eventually lead to Mike doing a guest vocal spot at the Black Flag Reunion Shows in September 2003. A friendship was formed and the two have kept in touch through the years with the intention of collaborating on new music at some point.
In February of 2012 Greg presented Mike with some music. Mike spent the next 5 months filling notebooks with lyric ideas that would eventually become the debut release from Good For You, Life Is Too Short To Not Hold A Grudge.
Recorded in Taylor, Texas Life Is Too Short... is an angst ridden recording of high energy rock songs blistered with themes of betrayal, regret, disillusionment as well as resolve, determination and independence.
Life Is Too Short To Not Hold A Grudge will be available Feb 26, 2013 on SST Records.
Ultraman is a punk rock band from St. Louis, Missouri, formed in 1986 with members Tim Jamison (vocals), Rob Wagoner (guitar), John Corcoran (bass), Bob Zuellig (guitar), and Mike Doskocil (drums). The band first released its own 7" EP's (alternately called "the Mr. Yuk 7" and "self-titled") in 1988 after selling demo tapes for over a year.
Their second 7" EP, called "Destroys All Monsters...Kills All Families" was recorded in May 1988, but not released until September of that year. This EP featured the same lineup, except Mark Deniszuk replaced Mike Doskocil on drums.
During this time, Ultraman played countless shows in St. Louis at notable venues such as Mississippi Nights (the first show played here was with Suicidal Tendencies. They would follow up this show by playing with bands as diverse as the Exploited and Dead Milkmen.)  Ultraman also frequently played the surrounding Midwestern region, with many shows in Lawrence, Kansas at the famed Outhouse.
Ultraman expanded their Midwestern focus and decided to promote the singles with an east coast tour in July 1988. On this tour, Ultraman played dates in Leonardtown, Maryland with McRad (Chuck Treece’s band while he was also in Underdog), Boston, and NYC at the Pyramid Club.
After this tour, singer Tim Jamison sent a copy of the band's single and band t-shirts to Jack at Caroline Records, in the hope of getting the band signed. Jack didn't think they were a fit with the label, but passed along their singles to Nicky Garrett .
At the time, Garrett ran the Caroline warehouse and was just starting New Red Archives. He had already signed east coast bands Crucial Youth, Kraut and UK Subs and was looking for a Midwestern band who had both name recognition and had toured.
In late 1988, Garrett offered to sign Ultraman to his NRA label and asked the band to record their first album. At this time, Bob Zeulig was replaced by Mike Story . 
According to singer Tim Jamison, Ultraman's first album, "Freezing Inside" would be recorded in New York in a studio at famed ad agency Saatchi & Saatchi, using the same microphone that was used to record Trix cereal commercials. The album was produced by Tom Lyle of Government Issue in 1989.
To promote the album, Ultraman toured the west coast with another St. Louis band, Whoppers Taste Good then the east coast and Canada with UK Subs.
In 1990, the band learned they would be touring Europe with Samiam  and went into the studio to record a new album in preparation for the tour. During this time, Mike Story was briefly replaced by Pat Hercules for some live shows, but he was eventually replaced by Matt Smith to record the next album and subsequent European tour.
The second album was called "Non Existence" and was produced by Nicky Garrett and recorded in San Francisco. During the recording, Ultraman played 924 Gilman Street. After several more U.S. shows, the band headed off to Europe to play Germany, Austria, Yugoslavia, Italy, Switzerland, Holland, France, and England with punk band Samiam. Ultraman decided to call this tour "European In Your Pants."
The band returned to the U.S. to play live shows throughout the country. In February 1991, Rick Ulrich from Whoppers Taste Good replaced Matt Smith.  Ultraman was set to go back to Europe for another tour. John John replaced John Corcoran on bass for this leg.
Ultraman toured solo for the 1991 tour, playing shows in Holland, Belgium, Germany and Austria. They returned to America once again, but this time broke up. They played a final, sold-out show at legendary Mississippi Nights on December 30, 1991.
While formally broken up, Ultraman still played dozens of reunion shows throughout the Midwest. In 1999, the band officially re-formed, with the lineup of Tim Jamison on vocals, John John on bass, Tim O'Saben on guitar, Bob Fancher on guitar and Jason Simpson on drums. 
This incarnation of Ultraman continued to play shows in St. Louis while writing new songs. The band has always been one of St. Louis's most requested opening acts for touring punk and hardcore punk bands that came to play in the region.
By 2001, Rob Wagoner returned to the band, replacing Tim O'Saben.  This lineup would record the album "The Constant Weight of Zero," which was released in 2004.
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Bob Fancher, Guitar, vox
Gabe Usery, Drums
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