In 1986, Canadian punk rock pioneers Propagandhi started crafting their own blend of (what was known at the time as) metal and skate punk and above all, telling it like it is. At the Harvest of Hope Fest in St. Augustine, FL back in March, we had the opportunity to talk to Chris Hannah, frontman and guitarist, about a list of topics from their new release to who he was interested in seeing play. With an unintentional soundtrack by Bridge & Tunnel, it’s a pretty cool candid conversation…pretty funny that he’s a Bad Brains fan considering that just over an hour after Bad Brains played, Propagandhi played “Haillie Sallasse, Up Your Ass” (listen on last.fm to see why that’s funny).
September 23, 2009
Chris Hannah of Propagandhi – Video Interview (Harvest of Hope Fest)
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