is coming to South Florida in March. Fans of the long-running thrashy punk band from Canada may or may not be psyched to see them at the
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, but you can be sure that they will go.
For starters, the band has never played down here, ever. A show scheduled some eight years ago at the now-defunct Spanky's, on Clematis Street in West Palm Beach, was flooded out. In 2002, the band cancelled its scheduled show (with J Church) the day it was set to happen.
Second, they rule. The only drawback is that some of the smelly punks will have to ride their fixies a long ass way and won't be able to get group rates and sympathy comps like they do at Churchill's. The vegan, semi-anarchist, anti-G7, parecon promoting band's tickets can be bought in advance at Ticketmaster.