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We stood at the crossroads. In my eyes, every direction was a dead end. The ashes of Anarchy Club were at our feet. I was done, burned out. But Adam insisted on keeping the fire alive, even as it flickered and faded. And for this, I am eternally grateful.

After three long years of creative block, I picked up a guitar for the first time in ages and played… and played. I started writing songs again. LOTS of songs. Enough that we got ourselves a drummer and a rehearsal space. And played. And played. And that brings us to now.

The past is the past, and we learn from it. For me, Anarchy Club had run its course, creatively. I’d found an urgency in the embers that remained, drawing me back to the rock with a newfound passion and energy. While you will hear whispers of the past in this, know that this is something new. Something different. Something HEAVY.

And with that, please allow us to introduce you to the new hotness, The 27 Club.

– K.




  1. So this is Like Anarchy Club Legacy or something? We know some bands take a Hiatus and shit, but why changing the name? You could just rebuild it’s Kingdom from the same King, don’t you?

    BTW, Love you guys and loved the New Stuff! KEEP ‘EM COMING!!!!

    • Happy to hear you like the new songs!!! And thanks for being the first to reach out with feedback. Hope this gives a better understanding.

      As I said in the post, I was burnt out on AC. it lasted for 15 amazing years, but it was time to move on. As opposed to being just Adam and I in the studio being lab rats (we never even had a formal rehearsal space), The 27 Club is a full, active band. Where Anarchy Club would disappear for years at a time, we plan on playing out heavily come spring/summer, and regularly releasing new music every few months. And while you may hear similarities on the surface, as The 27 Club releases more music, you’ll see it’s coming from a different place, in a very good way. Besides, who knows? We might feel compelled to re-record some Anarchy Club stuff, or play it out live from time to time 😉

      At the end of the day, I just felt I needed to wipe the slate clean and start over with a fresh perspective, and no past baggage or expectations. And thankfully, Adam agreed to stay part of the team. And I couldn’t ask for a better partner in crime.

      Thanks for the support. Stick around. The ride is only just beginning…

      – K.

        • suprememustache
        • Posted November 19, 2019 at 5:32 pm
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        I’M CRYING FR!!

        Ok then, you made it understandable!

        I interpreted as you wanted to unbind from it’s Body and coming as a parallel “Brother” (as I risk saying) sharing the same soul, but with the same creativity energy from 15 years back and a brand new point to flow.

        I’m too excited and anxious for the new music, I can’t even think right.

        Thanks for the fast response! I’ll always stick around my Favorite Band. Love You Guys.

  2. Holly shit, my year is now complete. First Tool’s new album and now this. Thanks guys, 3 y isnt a long time, never rush art!

  3. Glad to hear that Adam’s still a part of the group, man. I love the homage paid to the musicians unfortunate enough to join the 27 Club, too. The new tunes sound great, and the prospect of regular tours and releases has me hyped. Can’t wait to hear the new and some of the old if I can catch one of your shows. Life in the Underground is still one of my favourite albums. Rock on!

  4. Love the new sound and great to hear that you and Adam are still playing together. I’ve listened to you guys for years and while it’s sad this is the end of Anarchy Club I’m excited to see what the future holds with The 27 Club. Bring on the rock!

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