Thrice’s New Song ‘Only Us’ Is Unlike Anything They’ve Done Before — Listen

Thrice’s New Song ‘Only Us’ Is Unlike Anything They’ve Done Before — Listen

Orange County’s Thrice have always been a band willing to try new things. Despite starting out a more or less conventional punk/”screamo” ensemble, their sound has shifted genres, blending styles as the years went along. They’ve dabbled in electronic ephemera with their Alchemy Index records along the way to settling in with a distinct, recognizable […]

Watch the Interrupters’ Music Video for ‘She’s Kerosene’ — New Tim Armstrong-Produced Album Out 6/29

Watch the Interrupters’ Music Video for ‘She’s Kerosene’ — New Tim Armstrong-Produced Album Out 6/29

Los Angeles-based aka/punk band the Interrupters are gearing up to release a new album — and on June 29, Fight the Good Fight will be released via Hellcat Records. The band has especially close ties with Tim Armstrong, who owns Hellcat Records and has worked with them extensively throughout their career. The Rancid front man […]

Back to the Beach Festival: 311, Sublime with Rome, Fishbone, Mighty Mighty Bosstones and More Set for April in Southern California

Back to the Beach Festival: 311, Sublime with Rome, Fishbone, Mighty Mighty Bosstones and More Set for April in Southern California

Southern California, sunny weather and ska-punk go hand in hand, so it’s with that in mind that the Back to the Beach Festival from Blink-182’s Travis Barker and producer/musician John Feldmann is sure to be a hit this spring. On April 28 and 29, a handful of bands will convene at Huntington State Beach for the […]

Sum 41 Announces ‘Does This Look Infected?’ 15th Anniversary Tour for 2018

Sum 41 Announces ‘Does This Look Infected?’ 15th Anniversary Tour for 2018

In 2002, Canadian pop/punk/metal youngsters Sum 41 released their second full-length studio album, Does This Look Infected? The LP, coming on the heels of their 2001 debut All Killer, No Filler, pushed the band’s profile even higher thanks to singles like “Still Waiting” and “The Hell Song.” This summer, the band will celebrate that record’s […]

Story of the Year on Their Own Terms: Dan Marsala and Ryan Phillips Talk ‘Wolves,’ Creative Freedom, and Touring with Linkin Park in 2004

Story of the Year on Their Own Terms: Dan Marsala and Ryan Phillips Talk ‘Wolves,’ Creative Freedom, and Touring with Linkin Park in 2004

In 2003, St. Louis-based alt/punk band Story of the Year went national thanks to their breakout album, Page Avenue, and its single “Until the Day I Die.” Their profile elevated, they shined on the Warped Tour and became stalwarts in the early 2000s scene. After releasing three albums since that 2003 breakout, the band took […]

Green Day Premiere Slick Animated Video for Youthful Anthem ‘Too Dumb to Die’ – Watch

Green Day Premiere Slick Animated Video for Youthful Anthem ‘Too Dumb to Die’ – Watch

Themes of youthful confusion and directionless are prevalent throughout much of Green Day‘s music over the course of their lengthy, versatile career, so it’s no surprise that it again comes up on their 2016 record Revolution Radio. The band is currently out on the road playing stadiums across North America, entertaining fans with marathon two-hour-plus […]

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