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Physical tickets at: Replay Boardshop, Memento Mori Studios, Freewheelin' Records, The Foundation
+++ Not Yer Buddy Presents +++
D.O.A.'s unfarewell tour is making a stop in stAbby and with our pals Paddy and Mike (Bc/Dc & Circle the Wagons) enlisted in the line up we are super stoked to see the latest transformation of this seminal hardcore punk juggernaut ... featuring The Jolts and The INJECTORS, this bill is nothing short of amazing!
$12. advanced $15. at doors
19+ No Minors (ID Required)
*ticket info coming soon*
D.O.A., Canada’s most politically astute, controversial and always wildly entertaining band is back. The godfather of hardcore Joe Shithead Keithley, had announced his retirement back in 2012 to take a run at formal politics in his native British Columbia. That is out the window and D.O.A. is all set to come back with a vengeance. As Joe recently said “When I lost my nomination by five votes, I was pissed. But I soon realized that I had not forgotten how to write songs, how to sing and play guitar and how to kick ass up on stage! So I am ramping up D.O.A. again and we’re going to let our street politics tell the stories about what’s really happening!”
D.O.A., the Men of Action have a ballsy new lineup featuring the additions of Paddy Duddy on drums (Circle The Wagons, Rusty Nails) and Mike Hodsall on bass (Circle The Wagons) They are starting work on a new studio album (their 16th) that will be out March 2015 and are making plans to tour the world. Which will include Europe, North America, South America Japan and China (for the 3rd time!).
This fall/winter D.O.A. will the road on their True North Strong and Free tour that will support of their latest album Welcome To Chinatown, a 28 song live classic. The D.O.A. tour will take the band through Ontario and Quebec before heading back west for dates in Alberta and B.C. Fans around the world have always proclaimed for the last 35 years that D.O.A. is one of the greatest and one of the most exciting live bands ever, the Welcome to Chinatown album backs that up in a big way.