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FRIDAY AUGUST 11, 2006

COBRA NOIR (CHAINSAW SAFETY RECORDS, MONTREAL PUNX)
(http://cobranoir.org)

HAND OF GLORY ( KITCHENER WATERLOO SLUDGE METAL)
www.myspace.com/handofglorykw

BARF PIGEONS ( TORONTO PUNK)
at white orchid (812 DUNDAS STREET WEST)

5 dollars
COME AND DRINK

doors at 8 pm
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AUGUST 11, 2006
COBRA NOIR (CHAINSAW SAFETY RECORDS, MONTREAL PUNX)
(http://www.cobranoir.org)
a warm gun ( baltimore thrash, yellow dog records)
www.myspace.com/awarmgun
HAND OF GLORY ( KITCHENER WATERLOO SLUDGE METAL)
www.myspace.com/handofglorykw
BARF PIGEONS ( TORONTO PUNK)
at white orchid

5 dollars
COME AND DRINK

doors at 8 pm
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Cobra Noir is in town from Montreal this Sunday to play:
Sunday May 21, 2006.
The Degrassi House
780 Queen Street East, Toronto
All Ages
@ 3pm ( over early!)
6 dollars
Cobra Noir ( montreal, hardcore/punk ex black hand, ire)( Magic Bullet Records)
http://www.cobranoir.org/
http://www.abodeofthedead.com/

Action(toronto, punk, ) ( PunkCore Records)
http://actionpunks.com/
www.myspace.com/action
Gunnar Hansen ( Hamilton, hardcore/punk)
http://www.myspace.com/gunnarfuckinghansen
Black Spokes ( Toronto hardcore/punk)
www.myspace.com/notonyourteam

http://ca.maps.yahoo.com/maps_result?addr=780+Queen+Street+East&csz=toronto%2C+ontario&country=ca&new=1&name=&qty=





Then at night, they will be playing live on Equalizing-X-Distort from Studio 3. The band features folks from IRE, the BLACK HAND, and others. Tune in on Sunday at 10:30pm on 89.5 FM or on www.ciut.fm outside the broadcast range.

If you are planning on catching the band in person, please plan to get there for around 15 minutes ahead of time. CIUT is located at 91 St. George Street (at Harbord) right across the street from Robart’s Library in the heart of the University of Toronto. We are downstairs in the basement, which we glorify by calling Studio Three, but is really just an old stone room with a couple of mics that we run through the house and pump out from our broadcast board.

Equalizing-X-Distort
Sunday Nights 10:00pm til midnight
89.5 FM
91 St. George Street
Toronto, ON
M5S 2E8
Canada
www.ciut.fm
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TONIGHT! PLEASE COME, BRING YOUR FRIENDS.

Tuesday Apirl 11, 2006 @ the smiling buddha(961 College):
The Holy Mountain( From Florida, No idea Records, ex combatwoundedveteran
( http://myspace.com/theholymountain )

Concrete Tank (Toronto, http://myspace.com/concretetank )( Members of The Bayonettes, Saigon Distress Signal)
About to Snap ( London, Ontario http://myspace.com/abouttosnap )
Saigon Distress Signal ( http://myspace.com/saigonds ) (Record Release Show for their " darkness " lp on wounded paw records)
cost: 6 dollars.
time:doors at 7pm




and if you have never been to this venue:
http://ca.maps.yahoo.com/maps_result?addr=961+college+street&csz=toronto%2C+ontario&country=ca&new=1&name=&qty=
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Tuesday Apirl 11, 2006 @ the smiling buddha(961 College):
The Holy Mountain( From Florida, No idea Records, ex combatwoundedveteran
( http://myspace.com/theholymountain )

Concrete Tank (Toronto, http://myspace.com/concretetank )( Members of The Bayonettes, Saigon Distress Signal)
About to Snap ( London, Ontario http://myspace.com/abouttosnap )
Saigon Distress Signal ( http://myspace.com/saigonds ) (Record Release Show for their " darkness " lp on wounded paw records)
cost: 6 dollars.
time:doors at 7:30pm




and if you have never been to this venue:
http://ca.maps.yahoo.com/maps_result?addr=961+college+street&csz=toronto%2C+ontario&country=ca&new=1&name=&qty=

KNUCKLEHEAD - Ontario Tour Dates - March 2006

Ontario is indeed blessed to have Calgary's finest streetrock outfit KNUCKLEHEAD gracing us yet again with their presence this month....:

Tuesday March 21 @ Bovine Sex Club (Toronto)
Wednesday March 22 @ Merchant Ale House (St. Cath)
Thursday March 23 @ Underground (Hamilton) w/Non-Passive Resistance
Friday March 24 @ Shadow (Guelph)
Saturday March 25 @ Call The Office (London) w/ Ripcordz and Terminal Wallys
Sunday March 26 @ Kathedral (Toronto) w/ Ripcordz and a bunch of other kick ass bands

Knucklehead have been hard at it for about 11 years now and their latest CD "The New Blacklist" is out on Stumble Records...highly recommended...here's a couple of reviews....:

KNUCKLEHEAD / "The New Black List" CD
9 stars out of 10
Another incredible full length of their SLF meets BUSINESS style of punk rock. Now by 'another great release', I don't want you to think that I am skipping through this release. In fact, I have been listening to this Calgary based band for weeks on end. I can't stop listening to this disk. It is preventing me from listening to other great new releases that have come out. But I can't help it. KNUCKLEHEAD have written some incredible new songs to add to the "Cosmetic Youth" ep that they released about a year ago. So the three songs found in "Cosmetic Youth" are on here. But so are skads of new material that contain the celtic feel of the REAL MCKENZIES with the sing along nature of TENPOLE TUTOR's stuff. (Do you know who TENPOLE TUTOR is ? See the Great Rock n Roll Swindle for reference. Check for his recorded stuff starting with "Throwing the Baby Out with the Bath Water".) KNUCKLEHEAD continue to write anthemic sing along-ish street punk that has more grounding with the roots of punk than a RANCID record. They are as catchy as their Edmonton brethren WEDNESDAY NIGHT HEROES with all the back up choruses, but they play a slightly more mid tempo punk that is akin to the early days of punk like to SHAM 69 or COCKSPARRER. And given the pub feel to some of these songs I am surprised to hear lyrics about alcoholism like "Bill Jones' Curse" or "Born in the Big City". In fact, although the song "Born in the Big City" is not directly related to alcoholism the band is able to weave lyrical themes from one song to the next, which is part of the genius behind this release. And their song about homelessness is called "Shelters" and chokes me up everytime I hear it. The song just speaks volumes to the work being done by OCAP and makes you want to get involved. And the title track tells of the new McCarthyism behind the 'War on Terrorism' that is behind the fear mongering of the Bush Administration that pervades all of North American society. This is a release of ultra catchy songs, schooled on a mix of roots and contemporary punk. It will mark 2006 as one of the great Canadian releases. At some point I will be able to move on from this CD but right now I am enjoying the sound and KNUCKLEHEAD's insight. (Equalizing X Distort Zine/Radio Show)

KNUCKLEHEAD/"The New Black List"

Knucklehead have accomplished what most bands only hope to do: not only stay together a long while (11 years), but create their own sound within the very crowded and watered-down universe of punk rock music. Yeah, you can compare them to Rancid, Youth Brigade and Social Distortion, but their songs have hooks that are all their own, and damn if their vocalist doesn't crawl into your ear and buzz like a fly caught in a web until you're caught up in a shaking fit. This latest release is excellent proof that it's still possible to make a punk rock record with a conscience that not only doesn't sound like everything else, but also kicks ass.(Hour.ca)