Black Flag Tribute Show Celebrates Release Of ‘Family Men’ Limited-Edition 7”At The Magic Stick In Detroit, MI

Detroit, MI – January 17, 2012 – On Thursday, January 26th, Detroit Hardcore/Punk outfit – OLD GODS, featuring vocalist Jeff Tuttle (guitarist for The Dillinger Escape Plan), bassist Derek Swanson (Ex- Heads Will Roll), guitarist Randall Kupfer and drummer Tony Wolski (The Armed), will perform at The Magic Stick in midtown Detroit, Michigan in support of the Black Flag tribute 7” the band appear on.

In addition to OLD GODS, the bill features fellow Detroit-area bands HELLMOUTH, CHILD BITE and GOLDEN TORSO, all of which recorded their own rendition of a Black Flag song for the limited-edition release titled- Family Men.

“Every aspect of this release and show is DIY”, says Tuttle. “Each song has been performed, recorded and produced in Detroit by Detroit-area artists in an effort to further expand the growing art scene that has been developing in the city over the past few years.”

The 250 piece, limited-edition pressing of Family Men will not be available in stores or online. The only way to get your hands on one is at the show on January 26th.

Price of admission to the all-ages event is $10.00, which includes a copy of Family Men.

Advance ticket are available at the Garden Bowl box office (11am-2am), and at UHF (11am-8pm) w/ no service fees. Doors 8PM. For more info, visit: or

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Family Men Tracklist:

Side A
Old Gods – Depression (original version – Damaged, 1981)
Golden Torso – Thirsty & Miserable (original version – Damaged, 1981)

Side B
Hellmouth – Police Story (original version – Damaged, 1981)
Child Bite – My War (original version – My War, 1984)

OLD GODS, who released their debut, self-titled EP last year, is currently hard at work writing new music for what will be the bands first full-length album. Tuttle explains, “We have five songs completed so far with Derek and I sketching out the storyboard for the flow of the music which will have a cinematic spin to it. Stylistically, it will combine the fury of classic Hardcore/Punk with the epic nature and purpose of bands like Pink Floyd and the Who.”

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