Pagan Babies were a mid to late 80's Philadelphia hardcore punk band that released their debut 7-inch in 1987 and an album in 1988. They broke up after that, though they reformed for shows occasionally throughout the decades. Last night, they released their first new song in over 30 years. It's called "Nazi is Through" and you can hear it below. Meanwhile, this Saturday, the band is playing the Alone in a Crowd reunion/benefit show, which is that band's first show in 30 years, and their second show ever. Terror, Maximum Penalty and others are playing as well.
by John Gentile
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