For 26 years, Dead Schembechlers has been harnessing the power of punk rock to rip That State Up North and champion the Buckeyes. Most years, the night before the infamous Ohio State-Michigan rivalry, singer Bo Biafra, guitarist Bo Thunders, bassist Bo Vicious and drummer Bo Scabies host a Hate Michigan Rally. This year Ace of Cups has the honor of hosting the comically malevolent foursome.

For 26 years, Dead Schembechlers has been harnessing the power of punk rock to rip That State Up North and champion the Buckeyes. Most years, the night before the infamous Ohio State-Michigan rivalry, singer Bo Biafra, guitarist Bo Thunders, bassist Bo Vicious and drummer Bo Scabies host a Hate Michigan Rally. It's been held everywhere from Little Brother's to Newport Music Hall, and this year Ace of Cups has the honor of hosting the comically malevolent foursome whose blood runs more scarlet than yours.

Dressed as revered Buckeye coach Woody Hayes, this band of Bos relishes any chance to spread rumors about the "International Wolverine Conspiracy," which Biafra claims is run by Ann Coulter, a UM Law School grad. You'll likely hear a mix of deep cuts ("Bomb Ann Arbor Now," "You Lost to Appalachian State") and newer songs ("Harbaugh to Hell").

Amid calls for a wall to be built at the Ohio/Michigan border, Biafra and his crew are also releasing a coloring book called "Scarlet Submarine." In it, maize and blue Weenies take over Buckeyeland, after which the O-Where Man escapes in a sub and enlists Dead Schembechlers to help take back the territory.

As purposefully gimmicky as the whole thing is, you could make the case that this Michigan-hating crewis one of the most well-known punk-rock bands to come out of Columbus. One fan favorite, "Chad Henne is a Joke," has amassedmore than 435,000 YouTube views. (Safe bet)