This is a list of anarcho-punk bands, including anarchist bands labelled as crust punk, D-beat, hardcore and folk punk.
Anarcho-punk artists list, with photos, ranked best to worst by votes.
Crass - Big A Little A, the B-Side to Nagasaki Nightmare single.
Crass helped popularize the anarcho-punk movement.
Punk rock has played fast and loose with anarchic rhetoric and imagery, at least since "Anarchy in the U.K." - maybe earlier still, if you count bands like the MC5 and England's Deviants - much of it appropriated outright from Dada and the Situationist International.
Anarcho-punk is a faction of the punk subculture that consists of bands, groups and individuals promoting anarchist politics. Although not all punks support anarchism, the ideology has played a significant role in the punk subculture, and punk has had a significant influence on the expression of contemporary anarchism.
"Subvert City" by Subhumans
Subhumans are an English anarcho-punk band that has been active since 1980.
After the farcical implosion of the Sex Pistols, punk rock had nowhere to go but deep underground, where it could lick its wounds and plan its next assault on the music industry.
When Johnny Rotten snarled "I wanna be...anarchy" on the Sex Pistols' debut single, it was more provocative theater than deeply held political belief. But a number of punk bands who followed took that credo to heart, railing not just against authority but the very idea of government (or, at least, its hypocrisies and abuses of power).
From the album It's Time to See Who's Who.
Conflict are yet another English anarcho-punk band from the '80s.