Punk Rock | Austin TX | December 5 @ Bull McCabe's -
MXMB V is going to be the biggest yet! The little fest is grown from house party to park show! More details on the FB event page~!
This will also be bad habit and the Corruptions CD release. 6-8 bands totall, will have full bill by end of the week.
Fight Plan is making our glorious return to the stage since our last show in May WITH OUR NEW GUITARIST! You don't want to miss this shit. We'll have The Shidiots in town from Omaha, Nebraska along with us. Buy some merch from them, they are on tour! I believe this will be The Dandy Bastards' very first show! Get ready for some dirty punk rock n roll from those dastards. (I'm trademarking that one -April) Kickin us off will be Bad Habit and the Corruptions!! FULL FOR ALL!
Sounds Like: The Bronx, Lagwagon Official-Page, BIGWIG
Fight Plan is the product of 4 awesome people and their love for loud music & booze.
Their goal: Make kick ass music and have a damn good time doing it.
They know they need to make the music that the city needs. The kind of genuine punk rock music that makes you want to slam a beer and punch st...See Full Bio
“Upstart Austin punk band Fight Plan’s new EP, Pacemaker, should function as an introduction to the group for most potential fans in the Austin area and beyond. Austin Nightlife enjoys the quartet’s combination of hard rock’s musicianship, punk’s feverish energy and throat-shredding vocals (courtesy of singer Andrew Clary) that can scream enough for death metal. The EP’s four songs zoom past in 10 1/2 minutes, so it’s a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it listening experience. The band’s thematic approach is obvious from their song titles. Opener “Fuck That” deftly flies in all the major aspects of Fight Plan’s sound – Clary’s vulture vocals, Rob Wildey’s searing guitar work and drummer April Schupmann and bassist Aaron Jauken creating a rhythm section that hits like cannons. The song is also surprisingly catchy, even with all the screams and distortion. Fight Plan play traditional punk music, but their approach to melody has more sophistication than this EP’s cartoon”