1. victoriaczerniawska:

    Gag @ Hard Luck Bar NDY 2013

    (via mattistrad)

     

  2. anticrap:

    AARON GOURE, just found out that he can sign himzelf out of high school

    (via carving)

     

  3. Disco Demolition Night

    7/12/1979 - Comiskey Park, Chicago, IL

    Disco Demolition Night was an ill-fated baseball promotion that took place on July 12, 1979, at Comiskey Park in ChicagoIllinois. At the climax of the event, a crate filled with disco records was blown up on the field between games of the twi-night doubleheader between the Chicago White Sox and the Detroit Tigers. Many of those in attendance had come to see the explosion rather than the games and rushed onto the field after the detonation. The playing field was damaged both by the explosion and by the rowdy fans to the point where the White Sox were required to forfeit the second game of the doubleheader to the Tigers.

     

  4. manic-exposure:

    manic exposure color blasts!

    BFG punk dungeon cooking station. scanned neg. 2013. 

     

  5. shadesoflaks:

    ICEAGE @ westgermany

    (via societysuckers)

     

  6. alexanderheir:

    christopherhansell:

    Sacred Bones Books Presents:

    Death Is Not The End: The Art of Alexander Heir

    http://sacredbonesrecords.com/releases/sbb001/

    164 pages of the work of acclaimed underground punk artist Alexander Heir, including 10 new works exclusively available in this release. Handmade at Brooklyn’s Circadian Press and housed in a deluxe 9.5 x 7.75-inch foil-pressed slipcase.

    Brooklyn artist Alexander Heir has been drawing strange, other-worldly pictures for years. Previously, these illustrations have only adorned 7-inch record jackets and Xeroxed flyers across the international punk underground, but now Sacred Bones Records is offering a new collection of the artist’s finest illustrations.

    For those who truly crave the transgressive and are unfulfilled by the commercially “confrontational” trends in current zines and indie publications, Heir’s work will connect immediately. Heir has been so prominently involved in designing, printing and producing for countless NYC and international artists that over the years his work has become one of the defining aesthetics in the contemporary underground punk scene. His work has graced the albums, singles and ephemera of highly regarded bands such as Hoax, Forward (Japan), The Mob (UK), Night- birds, Destruction Unit and Modern Life Is War amongst countless others.

    Similarly, his popular clothing line Death/Traitors has become a staple among punks, the hip-hop scene, the tattoo community and beyond. Members of notable acts Three Six Mafia, Fucked Up, Antwon and Odd Future have all been known to support the brand.

    Alexander Heir’s art has all the prominent elements of 50 years’ worth of subversive underground culture. Somewhere between Garbage Pail Kids and Tom of Finland, this is the kind of art that gets kids in trouble with their parents. Heir’s morbidity, which is blended with a sick humorous quality has a penchant for the bizarre, taboo, and a raw, physical compulsion has allowed him to achieve such delightfully confounding imagery. Referencing an eclectic cache of dark symbols in his unapologetically graphic style, he has created a stunning and recognizable collection of work.

    It’s so rare we have an opportunity to experience a collection of work that so fully breathes the history of obscure subversion. Death Is Not the End is a cause for celebration amongst misanthropes and sickos alike - we finally have a new master on our side.

    Death Is Not The End will see release on May 13th, 2014

    164 pages of art including ten unreleased, never-before-seen illustrations housed in a hardshell, foil-stamped slipcase. Limited to 500 copies. 

    The limited edition of 150 hand numbers copies will come signed by the author, with an iron-on patch, bookmark, wrap around sleeve, and will be wax sealed in typical Sacred Bones fashion.

    Endless thanks to all the bands, labels, and promoters that have asked me to do art for them, as well as Sacred Bones for making this all happen!

     


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  10. wizardxviolence:

    Recent Video Stills.

    (via societysuckers)

     

  11. mentalhygene:

    Angry Punk

    (via amipunkyet)

     

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  15. S.H.I.T

    (Source: franallen, via avoiding-the-police)