Photographer Glen E. Friedman, best known for chronicling formative years of American hardcore, skateboarding, and hiphop, has a new book out soon: Link to "Fugazi: Keep Your Eyes Open."
Fugazi fans, make ready thy drool rags, because it includes never-before-published photographs of the band from back in the day -- including the shot above.
"The book comes out September 3rd, which is 20 years to the day of Fugazi's first show," Mr. Friedman tells BoingBoing.
"Anyone who orders the book from now until the end of July will recieve it postage paid and shipped within 2 weeks (that's at your door as much as a month before the official release)."
(spotted first on Sean Bonner's blog)
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