Anarchy reigned supreme in the city over the weekend as an annual punk festival returned for the eighth time.
Punktoberfest took place at Beat Generator Live! in North Lindsay Street over Friday and Saturday and had a distinctly international feel to it.
Among the acts were Doc Rotten from the USA, IL Complesso from Italy and a return for Germany’s Garden Gang.
The weekend kicked off on Friday with The Signal, from Inverness, while Dundee favourites The Eddies, Rotten Apples and Delinquents also performed.
Surgery Without Research, based in England, made their debut in Scotland, while festival regulars Potential Victims, Panic Attak and Sunday Punk Club returned alongside many more.
This year’s headliners were Birmingham’s Drongos From Europe and Slaughter II, featuring members of 1970s band Slaughter And The Dogs. For the first time, the gigs were recorded and will be released as a charity album next year to raise money for Angus Cat Rescue.
A Punktoberfest spokesman said: “This was the eighth year of Punktoberfest and quite possibly had its strongest line-up we’ve had to date.”