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Watch Refused Cover Black Flag’s ‘My War’ and Fugazi’s ‘Bed for the Scraping’

Refused are close to releasing their long-awaited follow-up to 1998’s The Shape of Punk to Come, and to celebrate, the Swedish hardcore-punk outfit performed a secret show last night at the Los Angeles record shop Vacation Vinyl. During the set, which is the first in-store show the band’s done in about two decades, the guys took on two fiery covers: Black Flag’s “My War” (from the seminal punks’ 1984 album of the same name) and Fugazi’s “Bed for the Scraping” (from their 1995 effort, Red Medicine). Watch the fan-shot video below, and look out for Freedom when it drops on June 30 via Epitaph.

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Covering #BedforTheScraping by #fFugazi @refusedfreedom at @vacationvinyl #refused #vacationvinyl A video posted by FUCKYOUMIKE_ (@fuckyoumike_) on

just saw #refused cover fugazi and black flag at their tiny secret show, sup with you?

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