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"It’s very exciting and we look forward to working with SBS."
“We are honoured and flattered."
After permanently returning to the fold in late 2015, original Hard-Ons member Keish de Silva now features in recorded form again with the release of the band's latest album, 'So I Could Have Them Destroyed'. Here, the band's bass player Ray Ahn reminisces on the band's history and de Silva's return.
"We could not be happier with the result."
Plus a new single.
"[Clowns have] clearly left their sloppy early days behind."
"De Silva jumps between the moshpit and stage, wooing the ladies upfront with his dancing ."
Hello again Keish!
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Black Flag's 'Damaged' is in the bag, and the Hard Ons are next