By Bobby Hundreds

October 14, 2012

The fourth and final show of Revelation Records’ 25th Anniversary in New York City is tonight. I’m really hoping you didn’t miss the long-awaited Chain of Strength reunion this week:

But if you did, you still have the opportunity to partake in the experience by visiting The Hundreds New York’sRevelation Records pop-up shop, showcasing rare vinyl recordings, headwear, and our exclusive collaborative band merch with Rev bands Texas is the Reason, Youth of Today, Bold, and of course, Chain of Strength:

The other night, an irreverent Popeye from Farside belted out all the punk band’s hits via his acoustic guitar. Farside may be long disbanded, but the music is still sorely missed and loved, as evidenced by the full venue of hardcore kids singing along.

Mouthpiece started crankin’ that dial:

Chain of Strength:

and Sick of it All:

The Hundreds New York’s Rev 25 NYC pop-up shop, and all of our exclusive collaborative merch with the bands, are done after today. Hardcore, however, lasts FOREVER!

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Bobby Hundreds