Aussie legends HARD-ONS are back with a brand new album.
So I Could Have Them Destroyed is the band's twelfth album and comes a full five years after its predecessor Peel Me An Egg.
Australia's most successful independent band, Hard-Ons formed at school in Punchbowl in Sydney's southwestern suburbs in 1981, releasing their debut album Smell My Finger five years later. They achieved international popularity in the late 80s as part of the skatepunk scene, releasing a split single with The Stupids and later recorded a cover of the AC/DC classic 'Let There Be Rock' with Henry Rollins. Earlier this year, they joined the revamped Rose Tattoo on the Still Never Too Loud tour.
The band are soon to be immortalised in a new documentary film from Jonathan J. Sequeira, the director of Descent Into The Maelstrom - The Radio Birdman Story. Find out more here.
With bassist Ray Ahn and guitarist Peter Black joined by drummer Murray Ruse in 2011, the new album sees the return of former singing drummer Keish de Silva as frontman.
So I Could Have Them Destroyed is out now through Boss Tuneage.
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