Celebrating their 40 year anniversary, Social Distortion kicked off their co-headlining tour with Flogging Molly in Dallas on Tuesday night. … More
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It’s hard to find a better double-bill than these two bands.
“All I know now is that I know nothing & that can be a very dangerous vice or a beautiful state of mind.”
Some fans may not be thrilled that this isn’t the original ATDI line-up. But, last night it didn’t matter.
Overall, the album sounds inspired. A simple quality that so many listeners want and so few artists possess.
Their incomparable and daring live performance reminds you of the whole reason you went out to see live music in the first place.
Le Butcherettes have produced another singular album that is every bit of everything you love about the band, but also challenges your expectations at the same time. If that excites you, then buy it.