Front Row: Drive A

Front Row: Drive A

Los Angeles rockers peel in to the Attic Club in Kettering

Drive A

Drive A

With tours supporting everyone from the Used to Alkaline Trio and HIM in their rearview mirror, radical Los Angeles punk quartet Drive A are revving up their engines for a headlining run they’re calling the “Let’s Get Wrecked” tour that brings them to the Attic Club in Kettering on December 2. In 2009, Drive A released Loss of Desire, a high-octane punk rock record that was produced by the band along with Dennis Hill and Matt Sorum of Guns ‘N Roses and Velvet Revolver. In April 2011, the band returned with their sophomore effort, The World In Shambles, which dropped via Dead Conflict Records. The World in Shambles nods to rebellious forefathers like Green Day and The Clash, and earlier this month their Glee and Jersey Shore spoofing video for the album’s namesake single premiered on MTV Buzzworthy. Joining Drive A during their Friday, December 2 stop in Kettering are Chicago’s the Frantic. Tickets are on sale in advance of the show at www.theatticclub.com and will be $12 at the door, which opens at 7 p.m.

— Tim Anderl

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