In the 1980s, all you needed to be a hardcore band was two chords, an attitude, and a drawing of Ronald Reagan with a Hitler mustache.
It's no New York, but Newark's alright (if you like eating at punk nostalgia traps before you fly).
This last strip, by TV on the Radio singer Tunde Adebimpe, ends the series with a major revelation about the Blobbies.
Finally, the definitive list of punk things.
It was directed by Max Moore, who has done similarly moody videos for Senses Fail, Braid and Hostage Calm, among many others.
It's an emo record in the vein of Title Fight, and thankfully never succumbs to the sort of clichés that often befall punk bands in 2015.
The Saddle Creek punk artist teamed up with the video group to make demented, seizure-inducing visuals for his song "Manufactured Crisis Control."
The buzzed-about gay dance-punk band sings about HIV and self-hatred, but that doesn't mean they don't know how to have a good time.
As the no-shits-given trio return, we dissect seven of their most unerring songs.
There were six or seven photographers present at the birth of punk, but there will only ever be one Godlis.
We talked about Dee Dee's drug-infused death threats and the Ramones' legacy.
Unlike Most Los Angeles-Based Photographers, they don't put makeup on babies.