NECROS circa 1981 at the Infamous MUDD CLUB in Downtown NYC. they were from Maumee, Ohio and were one of THE defining bands from the Mid-west with Negative Approach (who also played this show along with The Meatmen), Die Kreuzen, the Effigies, Zero Boys and a few others you should look up. This is the two page spread they earned in my original MY RULES photozine , Barry Hensler the singer also wrote one of the ingenuous editorials in the back, along side H.R., Biafra, Dukowski, Morris, Barile, MacKaye and Tim Kerr (for Biscuit of the Big Boys)... Cory Rusk on Bass here, ran Touch and Go records, Todd the drummer was the best skater in the group and Andy the guitarist was a great guy from what i remember. They were really good friends with the MISFITS and they were one of the early hardcore groups to use the artwork of Brian “PUSHEAD” Schroeder, way before Metallica and Aerosmith 😈 anyway i was always partial to the song “IQ32” #Punk #Ohio #Midwest #Hardcore #TouchandGo #IQ32 #Necros notice the Beastie Boys sticker on Barry’s ankle! I remember one time i went with them out to Glenn Danzig’s house in Lodi NJ and we watched the movie THE BROOD (on a TV Set off of VHS tape) in Glenn’s basement cave (probably still his parents house at the time, pretty sure) I’m not into horror at all, but if there was ever a crew to watch a horror movie with i’d say seeing it with Glenn and the Necros was one for the story book.