Interest: punk

Rock Cellar Magazine
February 24, 2021
The Offspring Debut ‘Let The Bad Times Roll’ from New Album Out 4/16 (Pre-Order)

Southern California punk/rock vets The Offspring will get back after it on April 16 with Let The Bad Times Roll, a new album and the band’s tenth overall (and first...

Rock Cellar Magazine
January 15, 2021
AFI Premieres Two New Songs Ahead of 2021 Album: Stream ‘Twisted Tongues’ & ‘Escape from Los Angeles’

Veteran punk/alt band AFI (A Fire Inside) has returned, sharing a pair of new songs on Friday. It’s the band’s first bit of new music since 2018’s The Missing Man...

Rock Cellar Magazine
December 29, 2020
A Continuity Question Regarding a Cro-Mags Shirt in ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Led to Some Intense Online Debate

Making a movie is hard work — let alone making a movie as anticipated as Wonder Woman 1984, which premiered in theaters and on HBO Max on Christmas Day. For...

Rock Cellar Magazine
December 11, 2020
Less Than Jake: Ska/Punk Vets’ New Album ‘Silver Linings’ Out Now, Live Stream Concert Tonight 12/11

Gainesville, Florida’s own Less Than Jake returned on Friday with a new album titled Silver Linings. It’s the veteran ska-punk band‘s ninth studio album to date, and comes with the...

Rock Cellar Magazine
November 20, 2020
Less Than Jake: Ska/Punk Vets Releasing New Album ‘Silver Linings’ & Playing Live Stream Gig 12/11

Gainesville, Florida‘s own Less Than Jake will release a new album titled Silver Linings on Dec. 11. It’ll be the ska/punk band’s ninth studio album to date and the follow-up...

Rock Cellar Magazine
August 7, 2020
Blink-182 Shares Furious, Aggressive (and Relatable) High-Energy Punk Anthem ‘Quarantine’ (Listen)

Blink-182 has had about enough of the COVID-19 pandemic and its stranglehold over what we all consider ‘normal life.’ On Friday, the band premiered a new single, “Quarantine,” and it’s...

Rock Cellar Magazine
August 5, 2020
The Go-Go’s: L.A. Punk-Rockers Turned ‘America’s Sweethearts’ Dish On Their New Documentary and Transcendent History

In so many ways, The Go-Go’s owned the 1980s. Born out of the Los Angeles punk scene, the band quickly became “America’s Sweethearts,” as guitarist Charlotte Caffey recalls to Rock...

Rock Cellar Magazine
April 28, 2020
Out Now: Stream ‘Blvds. of Splendor’ from Cherie Currie, a New Album Featuring Billy Corgan, Slash, Juliette Lewis, Matt Sorum and More

Today, Cherie Currie releases a new album, Blvds. of Splendor. The album, released via Joan Jett’s Blackhearts Records, is a new release from Currie, formerly of the Runaways — though...

Rock Cellar Magazine
April 27, 2020
Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day Tackles ‘War Stories’ by the Starjets for #NoFunMondays (Listen)

One of the best aspects of #NoFunMondays, the new series of videos from Green Day front man Billie Joe Armstrong that finds him covering his favorite songs and artists as...

Rock Cellar Magazine
April 21, 2020
Celebrate Iggy Pop’s 73rd Birthday By Recalling His Guest Spot on ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’

Iggy Pop. It’s a name that exudes the very essence of what it means to be “punk rock,” and today the man born as James Newell Osterberg Jr. celebrates his...