Tracks 1. Mean Genes
2. Miss Scarlett
3. Game Over
4. Worse Than Death
5. Leave Me Out
8. Small Victory
9. Not What It’s Worth
10. I’m Sorry Babe
11. What Do I Know
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A staple of the Canadian music scene for close to a decade, The Anti-Queens are an ultra hard-working, punked up rock n' roll quartet made up of super high-powered women poised to take over the world. They've become infamous in their hometown of Toronto for their insanely high-energy, take-no-prisoner live performances influenced by The Blackhearts, The Runaways, L7 and the Distillers.
They have toured the US extensively, played all over Canada including some critically acclaimed sets at NXNE, Indie Week, 77 MTL, Canadian Music Week, Pouzza Fest, Beau’s Oktoberfest and a bunch more. They've shared the stage with awesome bands like Against Me!, MXPX, Michael Graves, Bad Religion, Die Mannequin, and the Planet Smashers.
The band has previously self-released two stellar EPs (Grow Up/Stay Young and Start Running) and are now gearing up for their killer full-length debut on Stomp Records!
The new album is insanely good. Like really fucking good. Joyously rebellious, unapologetically irreverent and rammed with instantly classic punk rock ‘n’ roll anthems, this first long-player is set to make its mark on the on the face of music.
For fans of: Joan Jett, L7, Hole, The Distillers, Bikini Kill, War On Women, Against Me, Bad Cop/Bad Cop
"the band brought the energy and rallied the assemblage with thirty minutes of blistering garage punk fit for any early ’90s college basement show.” - Razorcake
"Their performances are fast, loud and intense and if you haven’t seen them, you’re in for a treat!’ - The Reviews Are In
"Their high energy and fun performance is not to be missed!" - Canadian Beats
"One of my favorite revelations was the Anti-Queens, a 4 piece all girl band from Toronto. They were a throwback to the golden days of pop punk, reminding me of fellow Canadians Liveonrelease. I always appreciate a band who you can tell is really having fun on stage." - Montreal Rocks