Three great bands – Action Sedition, The Fallout and Mayday – are playing three shows together in Ontario and Rebel Time Records is pleased to have been able to play a part in putting the Fall Offensive 2013 tour together!
Rebel Time Records is pleased to be bringing Montreal’s ACTION SEDITION back to Ontario in October for a few shows. Just a great band…great music, great message, great people…the kind of band that Rebel Time Records can get behind 100%. They played such an inspirational set at Rebel Fest 3 this past April (some video below) that we just had to bring them back as soon as possible!
This also might be the time to announce that we plan to, in the somewhat near future, release a joint effort from ACTION SEDITION and SPANNER…stay tuned for more details…
BREAKING NEWS: We’re happy to announce that Mayday will be joining Action Sedition and The Fallout for the Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo and Hamiltons shows!!
We’re happy to announce that The Fallout will be joining Action Sedition on the Kitchener-Waterloo, Hamilton and Toronto dates!!
Here’s what’s what so far. We’ll be updating as info becomes available:
OTTAWA: Thursday, October 24th
TORONTO: Friday, October 25th at The Bovine Sex Club. Mayday, Action Sedition, The Fallout. Facebook Event Page
KITCHENER-WATERLOO: October 26th. Action Sedtion, Mayday, more.
HAMILTON: Sunday, October 27th at This Ain’t Hollywood (matinee show). Action Sedition, Mayday, The Fallout, Come Out Swinging, more.
Who is ACTION SEDITION, and what are they all about, you ask? Well, scroll down through this blog to read an interview we did with the band. Here’s a bit of what they had to say about themselves:
“We can say that we’re a lot influenced by what we call the far left, but also by the radical left politics. In the same lineage, we can see in our influence the redskins and anarcho-punk movements. In fact, we could summarize our band with the tag ”Rock Libertaire” (Anarcho-Rock). We have political positions which oppose every form of discrimination, may it be patriarchy, capitalism, or racism. Our texts also introduce our political fight and the social struggles all over the world. You can see that position through the shows we’ve played, which many of them are benefit concerts for political groups or community organizations, like the COBP (Regroupment Against Police Brutality), or events related to the students strike. We believe it is also important not only to talk about such subjects, but also to get involved. That’s why most of the band members get involved in different radical left militant groups.”
A couple of videos from Rebel Fest 3, just to whet your appetite!
Huge thanks for James for video-taping both nights of Rebel Fest 2013…we’ll be posting some of the footage here, and, of course, you can also find it all on Jame’s Youtube page…here is SPANNER doing Quiet Life and TWAT, both from the first night of Rebel Fest…