Thanks to filmmaker Julien Temple, fans can relive the Clash's '77 New Year's Day gig at England's Roxy Theatre.
The mere mention of Christmas evokes such vivid imagery that it's risky referencing it in a non-Christmas song.
While Penny Rimbaud never became a household name, drumming for British punk band Crass cemented his status as a punk icon.
Scientists have named a new species of deep-sea snails A. strummeri, a name that was picked in honor of the Clash’s Joe Strummer.
On their 1981 triple album, 'Sandinista!,' the Clash covered even more ground than they had on their groundbreaking 'London Calling' the year before.
As far as band slogans go, the Clash had to have the best one ever.
Even though they're about an era or so apart, the Clash and Primal Scream share a bond based on rebellion, attitude and an adventurous musical spirit.
This news really doesn't surprise us, since we've always considered the Clash one of the most studied and smartest rock bands to ever walk the planet.
Bruce Springsteen sure has good taste in cover songs.
The Clash: The Last Gang in Town from Fred Armisen
Fred Armisen knows his punk rock, and before getting into comedy, he played drums for the Chicago group Trenchmouth. Last season on 'SNL,' he debuted a character called Ian Rubbish, a U.K. punk lifer with a fondness for Margaret Thatcher, and he reprises the role in a new Funny or Die video featuring Mick Jones and Paul Simonon of the Clash.