It starts with low, pounding drums, like a march of the natives to the pyre of sin; a low-frequency voice crackles through muted guitars on the sights and sounds of hope; then, after a slight pause, all hell breaks loose. This is how a great punk album starts, friends. This week, Strike to Survive
celebrate the release of their new full-length Yesterday’s News with a tour kick-off show that’s sure to be even crazier than ever. Opening are the Vibrating Antennas, William Bonney, State Faults and the New Trust, and the first 50 people get a free silkscreened poster on Friday, July 5, at the Arlene Francis Center. 99 Sixth St., Santa Rosa. 8pm. $8. 707.528.3009.