Black Flag

TV Week

‘Freaks and Geeks’ Perfectly Captured the Shift in Music at the Turn of the 70s

The cult show’s use of songs lent authenticity to its 1980 Midwestern setting.
Dan Ozzi
10.18.17
Interneting

Here's the Black Flag Fidget Spinner You Never Knew You Needed

You can also get Kendrick, Justin Bieber, Crass, and Discharge versions of the toy.
Lauren O'Neill
6.19.17
Deep Ass Questions

Black Flag’s 'Damaged' Is an Iconic Record, so Why Isn’t It More Influential?

Did the iconic band's 1981 debut album push hardcore forward or did its delayed release take a toll?
David Anthony
4.24.17
Noisey News

Forget Rent, Buy This Black Flag Shirt for $265!

You can also buy a Joy Division shirt for $225.
Annalise Domenighini
8.3.16
New music

Der Stab’s Nugget of Raging Early 80s Orange County Punk Has Been Released

Featuring Rikk Agnew of the Adolescents, these two tracks are important markers in the history of early Southern Californian punk.
Tim Scott
6.19.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch Henry Rollins Critique and Destroy Dr. Suess' 'Oh The Places You'll Go'

"Am I a pain in the ass? I'm complaining by the first page."
John Hill
6.18.16
Remembering Things

Remember That Time Radiohead Played a Surprise Show at Washington, DC's 9:30 Club?

Read two excerpts of the book celebrating the iconic club's 35th anniversary, featuring comments from Henry Rollins, Ian MacKaye, and more.
Noisey Staff
1.5.16
On The Road with...

The Rebirth and Deliverance of Corrosion of Conformity

Old punks never die, they just play a little slower.
Kim Kelly
11.23.15
Interviews

Dez Cadena of Black Flag, Misfits, and More on the Fight for His Life

The punk legend talks about his come up and his current battle with throat cancer.
Tony Rettman
9.3.15
we saw this

I Unknowingly Auditioned for Black Flag from a Craigslist Ad

That awkward moment when you realize the band you're auditioning for is actually the reformed Black Flag.
Jonathan Diener
7.20.15
Interviews

Part II: The Complete Oral History of Legendary Rock Doc Series 'The Decline of Western Civilization'

The second part of our oral history deals with the filming of the documentary, the chaos that ensued at those shows, and the sad demise of Germs vocalist, Darby Crash.
Tony Rettman
6.17.15
Interviews

Part I: The Complete Oral History of Legendary Rock-Doc Series "The Decline of Western Civilization"

We talked to the living Gods of L.A. punk about the making of this seminal series.
Tony Rettman
6.10.15
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