When the going gets tough, the tough turn to punk rock—which is why we’re having Anti Flag take over our airwaves every Sunday. Tune in at 8pm ET to hear the band talk activism, politics, and music memories.
The band discuss the 10th track from 20/20 VISION.
You Make Me Sick
Digesting the UK elections, diving deeper into 20/20 VISION and track 9 “You Make Me Sick”.
A Nation Sleeps
Justin and Chris #2 check in from London to discuss their visit to the Ramones Museum, “Unbreakable” visuals, and 20/20 VISION’s eighth track, “A Nation Sleeps”.
All four of us are BACK TOGETHER. We talk about the things we’re thankful for and go in depth on track 7 off of 20/20 Vision, “The Disease”.
This week Justin and Chris #2 discuss the end of the impeachment inquiry testimonies and track 6 off of 20/20 Vision, “Unbreakable”.
Don’t Let The Bastards Get You Down
This episode dives into track 5 from the upcoming album 20/20 VISION, and fittingly comes during the impeachment hearings, the unearthing of Stephen Miller’s racist emails, and the seemingly endless barrage of other bigoted POS’s.
The band discuss the 3rd track from their upcoming album, the title track “20/20 Vision”, live from the streets of Los Angeles.
It Went Off Like A Bomb
The band discuss their show in NYC, the story behind and making of track two off of 20/20 VISION “It Went Off Like A Bomb”.
HATE CONQUERS ALL
We discuss the new single, the direction of our new record 20/20 Vision and how it relates to today’s tumultuous political landscape.
Shitty Bands, They’re Just Like Us!
In this episode the band discuss how no one is immune to the cynicism that follows us all in 2019…
What’s Going On?
In this episode the band discuss the probability of Trump being a Russian asset, drop some new record tidbits that are EXCLUSIVE to the ANTIcast, and dig in on Ellen and her bff GWB.
We All Know Who You Are
If you’re like us you’ve been rocking Anti Flag’s new song “Christian Nationalist” all weekend. The band digs into the song on the latest episode of the ANTIcast. Hear about the meaning of the lyrics as they share their thoughts on religion and government.