Anti-Flag premieres “When The Lights Go Out” music video, the fire still burns


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What the fuck is up with all these punk bands from the 90s rearing their heads this year to show that they’re still on the ball?? Propagandhi started 2009 off with the fantastically abrasive new album that is Supporting Caste (ps. they’re also playing at the Triple Rock in two weeks), Green Day is proving that they’re never going to go away with 21st Century Breakdown, Rancid is ready to deal out their first LP in 6 years on June 2nd, and Anti Flag continues the trend with their newest The People or the Gun on June 9th. It’s like these bands looked at all they happened since they slowed down and realized that it was finally time to use their elder knowledge and teach some people some lessons about how to play punk rock ‘n’ roll.

Really, though, I shouldn’t even be including Anti-Flag in this group; they’ve consistently been pumping out albums roughly every two years for more than a decade, and haven’t noticeably slowed down, to say the least. Last year when I saw their set at the Ripple Effect during the RNC (alongside such other diverse acts as Michael Franti, Dead Prez, .. and RATM..), it was obvious that they still have just as much passion for their cause as ever. As such, this video for “When the Lights Go Out” is a beautiful representation of them at this point in their career; never forget, Anti-Flag’s passionate fire for justice and prevailing against what holds you down is forever burning strong.

VIDEO: Anti-Flag, “When All the Lights Go Out”

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3 Responses to “Anti-Flag premieres “When The Lights Go Out” music video, the fire still burns”

  1. […] estratto è “When all the lights go out”, di cui potete vedere una premiere qui: https://mindinversion.wordpress.com/2009/05/27/anti-flag-premieres-when-the-lights-go-out-music-video…   Ecco la line up aggiornata ANTI-FLAG ALEXISONFIRE FOUR YEAR STRONG THE GHOST OF A THOUSAND […]

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