More on this story, by writer Steven Blush for PAPER Magazine, right here.

A CBGB Festival concert at Webster Hall was cut short when Harley Flanagan, a founding member of New York hardcore legends Cro-Mags, and who is no longer in the band, snuck backstage and stabbed and bit two of the band's current members.

We live in a strange world where one man, high on only marijuana, tries to eat another man's face—and another, a disgruntled musician, wields a hunting knife and bites another man's cheek. I blame Zombie Walks, and all the current zombie fetishsizing. It's gross. There, I said it. Fuck a zombie.

Also, in less violent news—did you know this documentary, one hour 30 minutes, exists online? The Day the Country Died - A History of Anarcho Punk:

The story of the anarcho punk movement, told by some of the most influential performers including: Penny Rimbaud (Crass), Colin Jerwood (Conflict), Colin & Kevin (Flux of Pink Indians) Dick Lucas (Subhumans), Zillah Minx (Rubella Ballet), Gary Buckley (Dirt), Steve Lake (Zounds), Mark Wallis (Liberty), Gee Vaucher (Crass), Dave Hyndman (Hit Parade), Rob Millar (Amebix), Rodney Relax (Alternative), Stringy & Snout (Erratics) and Gerard Evans (Flowers in the Dustbin).