D.O.A. & Gob

D.O.A. is a hardcore punk band from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. They are often referred to as the "founders" of hardcore punk, along with Black Flag, Bad Brains, Teen Idles, and Minor Threat. Their second album Hardcore '81 was thought by many to have been the first actual reference to the second wave of the American punk sound as hardcore. Singer/guitarist Joey "Shithead" Keithley is the only founding member to have stayed in the band throughout its entire history. However, original bassist Randy Rampage has been active in the band in recent years and has played on two of the band's last three albums, although he is not in the current lineup. D.O.A. has often released music on Jello Biafra's Alternative Tentacles Records, and they have released an album with Jello Biafra titled Last Scream of the Missing Neighbors.

D.O.A. has always maintained an uncompromising anarchist populist political stance. The band is known for its outspoken political opinions and has a history of performing for many causes and benefits. Its slogan is "Talk minus Action equals Zero." The band has been active on many issues, including Anti-racism, anti-globalization, freedom of speech, and the environment.

Founder Joe Keithley now spends a great deal of time working with his record company Sudden Death Records which has branched off into many areas of music.

Gob

A punk revival quartet from Vancouver, Gob was formed in 1994 and issued their debut album, Too Late...No Friends, shortly thereafter. In addition to several split releases with other Canadian punk bands, the band also recorded the full-length How Far Shallow Takes You in 1998; it was reissued in the U.S. the following year. World According to Gob appeared in early 2001. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide

The Boids

Montreal's The Boids kick off the Celtic Rock party with their sweaty mess of punk, thrash and old-school hardcore.

Wett Stilettos

Snotty old-school punk rock.

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