2nd April 2024 7:30 pm - 11:30 pm Ramsgate Music Hall - CT11 8NJ

Since 1980 Subhumans have been delivering their anarcho-punk energy round the planet, with a series of highly regarded albums and over 1200 gigs. Working as DIY as possible, their unique style of punk and socially conscious songs has remained as relevant and energised as 40 years ago.

Quite simply, Subhumans are legends of the scene, and they make their RMH debut on April 2nd!

“The Subhumans will remind you why people were knocked out by punk in the first place. They deliver short, sharp shocks of fury and anguish, but like the best of the breed, they’re angry in a funny way or funny in an angry way”NPR

The Subhumans are a DIY anarcho-punk 4-piece from Wiltshire who in the 80s were redefining the musical boundaries of punk rock with their numerous EPs and albums, including the classic ‘The Day the Country Died’, and ‘From the Cradle to the Grave’, [which included a 16-minute song of that name], blending hard and fast with curve-ball dynamics in the music, and a socio-political lyrical outlook that spurned the obvious and questioned everything.

Splitting in 86, they reformed in 98, and took up where they left off, incessantly touring with the original line-up. Two more albums have since been released, the latest being ‘Crisis Point’ [2019] on Pirates Press Records, who this year [2023] re-release their entire back catalogue. Their energies undiminished, they are a cracking live experience.

“The Subhumans significant back catalogue is all killer, no filler. Catchy tunes, neat solos, key changes, bass runs, neat drum patterns and fills, singalong choruses”Louder Than War

“It’s smart and it rips. It’s timely, timeless… hopefully a few of the younger generation will discover them too. SUB HUM ANS. Now more than ever”Punk News