D.O.A. w/ War On Women

Tue Aug 6 2024

8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Grog Shop

2785 Euclid Heights Boulevard Cleveland Heights, OH 44106

$15.00

All Ages

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D.O.A. with War On Women / Church&State / Attaxia LIVE at Grog Shop

Tuesday, August 6
Doors 7 p.m. | Show 8 p.m.
All Ages 
$15 advance / $18 day of show
+ $3 at door if under 21 

D.O.A

One of the longest-running institutions in Canadian punk rock, D.O.A. play tough, straightforward rock in a fast, loud, and hard-hitting style. While they have a pronounced sense of humor, they also have a strong progressive political stripe, and have been willing to decry war, economic injustice, corruption, and environmental issues in their music without compromising their rowdy image. Led by guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Joe Keithley -- also known to longtime fans by his stage name, Joey Shithead -- D.O.A. started out as a no-frills punk outfit on their early singles (collected on the album Bloodied But Unbowed: The Damage to Date 1978-1984), getting faster and louder on their second album, Hardcore '81. They incorporated hard rock and metal influences on 1985's Let's Wreck the Party and 1987's True (North) Strong and Free. After a brief breakup, D.O.A. moved back to their punk roots on albums like 1995's The Black Spot and 1998's Festival of Atheists, and they continued to play tough, topical music on 21st century releases like 2002's Win the Battle and 2020's Treason.

War On Women 
 

Baltimore’s War On Women were born screaming—at the world, at the status quo, in the face of oppression. Riff-fueled manifestos are nothing new for War On Women. The co-ed feminist punk troupe has been tackling injustice one song at a time since their 2010 inception. Storming out the gate with teeth gnashing and spitting venom, War On Women’s self-titled 2015 debut crossbred riot grrrl ferocity with the nimble aggression of thrash. Hailed for their crystalline jabs at societal ills, War On Women prove that hardcore can incite change that ripples far beyond the parameters of the stage.

D.O.A. w/ War On Women

  • D.O.A.

    D.O.A.

    Punk

    One of the longest-running institutions in Canadian punk rock, D.O.A. play tough, straightforward rock in a fast, loud, and hard-hitting style. While they have a pronounced sense of humor, they also have a strong progressive political stripe, and have been willing to decry war, economic injustice, corruption, and environmental issues in their music without compromising their rowdy image. Led by guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Joe Keithley -- also known to longtime fans by his stage name, Joey Shithead -- D.O.A. started out as a no-frills punk outfit on their early singles (collected on the album Bloodied But Unbowed: The Damage to Date 1978-1984), getting faster and louder on their second album, Hardcore '81. They incorporated hard rock and metal influences on 1985's Let's Wreck the Party and 1987's True (North) Strong and Free. After a brief breakup, D.O.A. moved back to their punk roots on albums like 1995's The Black Spot and 1998's Festival of Atheists, and they continued to play tough, topical music on 21st century releases like 2002's Win the Battle and 2020's Treason.
  • War On Women

    War On Women

    Punk

  • Church&State

    Church&State

    Punk Metal

  • Attaxia

    Attaxia

    Punk

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D.O.A. w/ War On Women

Tue Aug 6 2024 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Grog Shop Cleveland Heights OH
D.O.A. w/ War On Women

$15.00 All Ages

D.O.A. with War On Women / Church&State / Attaxia LIVE at Grog Shop

Tuesday, August 6
Doors 7 p.m. | Show 8 p.m.
All Ages 
$15 advance / $18 day of show
+ $3 at door if under 21 

D.O.A

One of the longest-running institutions in Canadian punk rock, D.O.A. play tough, straightforward rock in a fast, loud, and hard-hitting style. While they have a pronounced sense of humor, they also have a strong progressive political stripe, and have been willing to decry war, economic injustice, corruption, and environmental issues in their music without compromising their rowdy image. Led by guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Joe Keithley -- also known to longtime fans by his stage name, Joey Shithead -- D.O.A. started out as a no-frills punk outfit on their early singles (collected on the album Bloodied But Unbowed: The Damage to Date 1978-1984), getting faster and louder on their second album, Hardcore '81. They incorporated hard rock and metal influences on 1985's Let's Wreck the Party and 1987's True (North) Strong and Free. After a brief breakup, D.O.A. moved back to their punk roots on albums like 1995's The Black Spot and 1998's Festival of Atheists, and they continued to play tough, topical music on 21st century releases like 2002's Win the Battle and 2020's Treason.

War On Women 
 

Baltimore’s War On Women were born screaming—at the world, at the status quo, in the face of oppression. Riff-fueled manifestos are nothing new for War On Women. The co-ed feminist punk troupe has been tackling injustice one song at a time since their 2010 inception. Storming out the gate with teeth gnashing and spitting venom, War On Women’s self-titled 2015 debut crossbred riot grrrl ferocity with the nimble aggression of thrash. Hailed for their crystalline jabs at societal ills, War On Women prove that hardcore can incite change that ripples far beyond the parameters of the stage.

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All Ages
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