Laura Jane Grace
Against Me! wanted to produce a stripped down punk record that was powerful enough to turn heads. Mission accomplished. The animated video for “Black Me Out” is beautifully brutal.
For the first time, Laura Jane Grace, along with guitarist James Bowman, put some context behind each of their many and often personal tattoos.
Interview: Against Me! and Laura Jane Grace Face (and Rock) the World with ‘Transgender Dysphoria Blues’
While the emotional core powers ‘Transgender Dysphoria Blues’, what shouldn’t be lost in the conversation is that through Grace’s discoveries , Against Me! has produced arguably the best album of their career.
“I think it was ‘Pints of Guinness Make You Strong’ off our first record, recalled ‘Grace.’ It was in our first touring van, which was a Dodge Ram.”
Against Me! has returned to its punk-rocking ways with the release of the first single from the band’s forthcoming new full-length, ‘Transgender Dysphoria Blues.’
In May of 2012, Tom Gabel, lead singer of punk band Against Me!, shocked the music world by announcing that he was transgender and had started the process of becoming a woman, taking the name […]
The history of rock is all but defined by shocking moments, from Elvis Presley famously being filmed from the waist up on his first Ed Sullivan Show appearance in 1956 through the storied and sordid […]