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· May · 26 Fri 8:00 pm at The Needle Vinyl Tavern
10524 Jasper Ave NW Edmonton, AB
Phone: (780) 756-9045

Tickets: $28.00 in advance (e-ticket fee incl. $1.50 venue fee)
($3.99 e-ticket fee)


The Needle Vinyl Tavern and Concertworks presents Age Of Quarrel 30 year Anniversary, featuring Cro-Mags & others at The Needle Vinyl Tavern (Edmonton)  on May 26, 2017



In the Year 2000, Cro-Mags have become an urban legend. Their story told and retold, twisted and warped until it is unrecognizable. But now to set the record straight, this is how it all be began. Before the Quarrel. Picture this, the year 1980, it's sunrise on NYC's lower ... Read more

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18+ No Minors // General Admission Standing // Seating Available on a First Come, First Serve Basis // Doors at 8:00 pm // No Refunds or Exchanges



The Age of Quarrel is the first album from the New York hardcore band Cro-Mags. It was released on Profile Records in September 1986 and subsequently re-released by Another Planet in 1994, along with their second album, 1989's Best Wishes, on the same disc. The video for "We Gotta Know" received airplay on MTV at the time (during their alternative/underground specialty show 120 Minutes and later on the heavy metal-hard rock show Headbangers Ball), and was one of the first-ever clips on MTV to feature slam dancing and crowd surfing.

Critical reception to The Age of Quarrel has been met with positive reviews and ratings. Vincent Jeffries of Allmusic awards it four-and-a-half out of five stars and claims that "the Cro-Mags helped define the East Coast hardcore movement with their now legendary debut, Age of Quarrel." He later states that "Age of Quarrel is loaded with hardcore classics like 'World Peace,' 'We Gotta Know,' and 'Street Justice.' On these cuts and throughout the record, Mayhew presents what were at the time cutting-edge post-Motörhead punk/metal riffs, and the entire group execute their roles with passion, dexterity, and extreme focus. It's practically impossible to understand or appreciate New York hardcore without first spending time listening to Age of Quarrel."

In 2005, The Age of Quarrel was ranked number 274 in Rock Hard magazine's book of The 500 Greatest Rock & Metal Albums of All Time.