They are one of the most enduring and iconic Aussie punk bands to ever question authority.
And The Hard-Ons will be saying goodbye to 2019 with a massive free show at the Hamilton Station Hotel.
The band is currently riding high on the release of their 12th studio album So I Could Have Them Destroyed.
The album represents a bit of a milestone for the Sydney legends as it marks the return to the fold of original member Kesh de Silva joining Novocastrian-bred drummer Murray Ruse and founding members Ray Ahn and Peter ‘Blackie’ Black.
Clocking in at a short, sharp 30 minutes the album is an unrelenting slab of furiousness that manages to sound unlike any Hard-Ons release to date.
This is pigeon-hole busting punk-metal-powerpop of the highest order which is exactly what you can expect when they take to the Hamilton Station stage.
Oh and if that wasn’t enough, the bill will be rounded out by Newcastle’s very own Hack The Mainframe, The Grounds. Earl and The Torpedos and Sydney/Woolongong piano lead folk -punk collective Ess-Em.
Oh and best of all? It’s totally FREE!
Catch The Hard-Ons at the Hamilton Station Hotel on Tuesday 31 December.