The Brooklyn band takes baby steps outside of its skate punk parameters.
You want to look away, but you just can’t.
As told by Ian Mackaye, Henry Rollins, Bob Mould, and many others.
FLAG can no longer use the Black Flag logo.
This guitarist knows that it’s never too late to step out of your comfort zone.
A celebration of divisive music types.
It’s a long way to the top and a miserable tumble to rock bottom.
The professional skateboader replaced Ron Reyes late last year.
Blink-182, Weezer, Megadeth, Primus, Mastodon, Henry Rollins, Danzig, and more
Everyone makes mistakes, right? Right?
Snowed in? Here are 10 great reads for good rhythm.
A little perspective on why 2013 was a year for the history books.
Sometimes the title says it all.
Greg Ginn replaces his singer with a professional skateboarder.
Over 15 minutes of rare, quality footage from a recent show.
Terrible artwork be damned, Black Flag are back.
Legal squabbles be damned.
You’ll probably slam your head against the wall, more than once.
Judge said Ginn is not sole owner of band’s trademark.
See every single song included in the game.
Ten years later, Los Angeles’ best summer festival remains just as rowdy.
Black Flag vs. The State of Dissonance.
James Murphy doesn’t do summer like the rest of us.
Walter White isn’t the only Heisenberg.
Two Black Flag reunions battle over name, logo usage.
Three writers sift through hundreds of bands with their report and photos.
Here’s one argument towards the Black Flag vs. FLAG debate.
The group’s second new song following a 23-year gap.
The one featuring Keith Morris, Chuck Dukowski, and Bill Stevenson.
Back in Black Flag.
The Walkmen, Black Flag, Swans, Solange, Mac DeMarco, and more.
The pros, cons, and overall gist of the outfit’s fragmented reunion(s).
The reunion with the band’s 1979 lineup.