They're older now, but in many ways not much has changed.
Over three decades this band of misfits have won the hearts of punk rock fans the world over. From being personally requested to open shows for the likes of the Ramones and Red Hot Chili Peppers to inciting riots on stages through Europe, Hard-Ons are one of our biggest punk rock exports.
They initially dealt in breakneck pop-punk, with Blackie, Keish and Ray channelling The Beach Boys and Motörhead in equal parts. Over the years a significant dose of psychedelic rock and sludge metal has crept into their sound, making them brutal and sweet in almost equal measure.