No Class talks about hardcore, dilapidated house shows, and equal-opportunity hate

Building off My War-era Black Flag, Kansas City’s No Class plays excellent testo-aggressive throwback hardcore. The band released their debut, Keine Klasse, in November on Deranged Records. (It’s the Canadian label that was home to some of the early releases from Fucked Up). Now, the quartet is prepping for what is expected to be a whirlwind riot of a mini-tour in March. The Pitch recently sat down with frontman Neal Dyrkacz to chat about violence, words and hate.

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