Missoula’s FIREBALLS OF FREEDOM are out to dispel the notion that Montana is populated solely by mountain men, militias and nature-loving movie stars. The Fireballs prove there’s punk rock in them thar hills. Sure, they’re isolated up there, but that only makes their sound more unique— raw and powerful, with a ferocity that skips a couple of generations back to the Motor City and then leaps somewhere else entirely. You can hear some MC5, some AC/DC, maybe some Black Flag in the guitar freakouts, but it’s hard to pin down exactly where that noise is coming from.

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