Murphy's Law Plays Old-Skool Punk

Jimmy Gestapo and his Murphy's Law mates took the Barbary into the way-back machine and ground out yet another thrashing show of hardcore tunes and lashing diatribes (language), to offer a couple of past examples.

Gestapo might be the sole remaining original member (a list of the band's lineups reads like a hardcore phonebook), but the group, first founded in 1982, remains one of NYC's seminal punk bands, even if their last studio record came out more than a decade ago.

Long-time fans might have been slightly in disbelief but the band can still bring it. As a special bonus, as far as we can tell, no neo-Nazis were present at the gig, beaten down or otherwise.

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