GBH & Conflict

Supported by Riot Squad


Formed late 1979 GBH have been described as one of the forerunners of the UK82 sound and an influence on bands as diverse as Metallica, Queens of The Stone Age, Rancid, Slayer, Anthrax, Nirvana,and a host of younger punk bands. They have continually recorded albums and toured

worldwide since they started.currently writing songs for the follow up to 2010`s Perfume and Piss cd on Hellcat records.dates are being added to their touring schedule regularly.

Conflict have been cited by many as the world’s foremost Activist Anarchist punk band.

Conflict hold a unique and fascinating position of being hugely influential in the ANARCHIST MOVEMENT inspiring tens of thousands worldwide.Their calls to direct action have been met by ACTIVISTS

in great numbers throughout the years,Conflict remain active on all fronts to date.

THE ANIMAL LIBERATION FRONT.

THE A.L.F is closest to Conflicts heart.In fact Colin was an original member shorty after its creation.

ANTI POLITICAL

The stance taken is to dismiss all politics,rejecting any parties and any organisations that are linked.



Conflict releases have dominated the independent charts since the groups debut single- The house that man built was released in 1981.This reached No 1.Thereafter Conflict releases mostly followed suit shifting tens of thousands of units worldwide.

Conflict -The ungovernable force. This album is considered by most to be Conflicts coming of age,inspiring so many in so many ways globally

This entered the charts straight at No 1 and remained there for weeks on end,even holding off THE SMITHS – the queen is dead album.

MORRISSEY has since spoke if his frustration at having to be content with No 2.

THE UNGOVERNABLE FORCE.

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22 September , Saturday 19:00

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