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Conflict
Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Friday 25th January 2019, £10.00
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The following agencies are currently selling tickets for Conflict at Brudenell Social Club:

  • Crash Records - SOLD OUT
    Conflict, £11.00
  • Jumbo Records - SOLD OUT
    CONFLICT, £11.00

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CONFLICT is simply the world's foremost Activist Anarchist punk band.

They hold a unique and fascinating position of being hugely influential in the anarchist movement, inspiring tens of thousands worldwide.

Formed in 1981, the band's original line up consisted of: Colin Jerwood (vocals), Francisco 'Paco' Carreno (drums), Big John (bass guitar), Steve (guitars), Pauline (vocals), Paul aka 'Nihilistic Nobody' (visuals). Their first release was the EP "The House That Man Built" on Crass Records. By the time they released their first album, It's Time to See Who's Who, on Corpus Christi Records, Pauline and Paul had left the band.

Conflict later set up its own Mortarhate Records label, which put out releases by other artists including Hagar the Womb, Icons of Filth, Lost Cherrees, The Apostles, Exitstance, Stalag 17, Admit You're Shit and Potential Threat.

In 1983, Steve Ignorant, who was at the time a member of the band Crass, guested on the band's pro-animal rights single "To A Nation of Animal Lovers". After the dissolution of Crass, Ignorant later became second vocalist for Conflict on a semi-permanent basis. This followed a 1986 gig in Brixton, London, when he had joined the band on stage for a few numbers.

The band has always been outspoken regarding issues such as anarchism, animal rights, the anti-war movement and in their support for the organisation Class War, and a number of their gigs during the 1980s were followed by riots and disturbances.

1986 LP The Ungovernable Force is considered by many in the punk rock community to be the band's most coherent and complete representation of their politics and aesthetic - it has become an enduring classic in anarchist punk music culture.

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