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D.O.A., Millions of Dead Cops, The Ransom, Mr. Plow 

When: Fri., March 28, 9 p.m. 2014
Price: $20
There are only a handful of hardcore bands more influential than Vancouver, BC's D.O.A. Gestating in the fertile late-'70s North American punk scene, the band's legendary 1981 LP Hardcore '81 is a foreshadowing of the blueprint for what thousands of budding leftist punx became. Led by the only remaining original member, Joey Shithead, D.O.A. have existed in fits and starts for more than 35 years, and have endured numerous lineup changes over albums as disparate as the reggae-tinged 1982 EP War on 45 and the thrash-tastic 1990 LP Murder. In the past year, D.O.A. have played several shows on their elongated farewell tour; lucky for us, tonight they play alongside Portland's equally legendary Millions of Dead Cops. This is basically your chance to check out the Punk Rock Super Bowl. RYAN J. PRADO

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