Rollins Band

Rollins Band Rollins Band was an American rock group, led by singer and songwriter, Henry Rollins. They are best-known for the songs "Low Self Opinion" and "Liar", which both earned heavy airplay on MTV in the early 1990s. Critic Steve Huey describes their music as "uncompromising, intense, cathartic fusions of hard rock, funk, post-punk noise, and jazz experimentalism, with Rollins shouting angry, biting self-examinations and accusations over the grind." Rollins was the singer for Washington D.C.'s SOA (State of Alert) from 1980 to 1981. Afterwards, he sang with California-based hardcore punk legends Black Flag from August, 1981 to the group's dissolution in early 1986. Black Flag earned little mainstream attention, but through a demanding touring schedule, came to be regarded as one of the most important punk groups of the 1980s. Less than a year after Black Flag broke up, Rollins returned to music with guitarist Chris Haskett (a friend from Rollins' teen years in Washington D.C.), bass...



Albums:

A Rollins in the Wry A Rollins in the Wry
2001

Live at McCabe's Live at McCabe's
1990

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