THE LOCUST 10” embroidered back patches are now available in our web store! www.threeoneg.com
Struggle was an Political Hardcore band from San Diego formed in 1990. As an angry & youthful band, their aggressive sound was heavily influenced by the likes of Downcast and Rorschach. The Anthology CD, “One Settler, One Bullet” includes the S/T 7″, the S/T 12″, the split EP with undertow. They broke up in 1993 and members went on to be in The Locust, Tarantula Hawk, Creepy Creeps, Swing Kids, Bread and Circuts, Yaphet Kotto, Baader Brains, All Leather, Crimson Curse, Holy Molar, Head Wound City, Retox, Unbroken, & Black heart Procession.
Sludge of yesterdays sorrow drips from the pale sky bleeding. With a knife I will carve out my skull for a world that has forgotten how to love. Silver moons float above insignificant to the world below. My brain has split into two condemned to this hell of money and death. A heaven of greed. Can you smell the flesh burning in the air, melting of their bones. Misery and despare.
ALL LEATHER “An Insufficient Apology” 7” single, limited to 500. Pick one up here: http://threeoneg.com/archive/vinyl/an-insufficient-apology
We are sorry to announce that the 2014 Australian tour has been cancelled. Here is more info, and please note that the cancellation has nothing to do with The Locust. Thank you for your understanding. - The Locust
We as the promoters cannot and will not be in a position to have The Locust tour Australia this coming February.
There will be an extension of this statement released soon offering further information. Though now it must be stated as promptly as we can, that tickets will be refunded at the point of purchase.
If tickets were purchased as Early Bird or Hard tickets, please check your email (prior to Friday) for refund procedures.
It is a disappointing, complex situation, that should not reflect upon the band; whom so desperately wanted to tour Australia and play for their many fans. Tickets were selling great! Venues have been amazing! The band and all crew / agents have been a pleasure to deal with. We hope the Locust arrive to Australia in the very near future.