Published Nov 14, 2011Vancouver punkers D.O.A. have been busy this year, between some re-releases, a history-chronicling book and news that they've started work on a new album, but the iconic outfit will add one more item, namely a new live disc, to their prolific output by the end of 2011.
Singer Joe Keithley's Sudden Death Records recently announced that it will be releasing a concert set called The Vagabond Sessions on November 22. The limited-edition, vinyl-only release contains a handful of cuts captured recently at the Oak Harbor, WA venue the Vagabond.
While the press release explains that D.O.A. treated the crowd to classics like "I Hate You," "To Hell 'n' Back," "Fuck You" and "Fucked Up Ronnie," the split also features tracks from "fast-rising punk band" Potbelly.
According to the press sheet, the fans ate it all up: "The kids were wild in this strange setting and it seemed protected by a force field, so their pagan rituals went undetected by the Oak Harbor police in this conservative Air Force town."
A full tracklisting has yet to pop up for The Vagabond Sessions, but you can check out a performance clip from the concert down below.