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 […]

The Used Premiere Music Video for Catchy New Single ‘Over and Over Again’; New Album ‘The Canyon’ Out 10/27

The Used Premiere Music Video for Catchy New Single ‘Over and Over Again’; New Album ‘The Canyon’ Out 10/27

A big band in the early 2000s’ punk/Warped Tour scene was The Used, and though their mainstream popularity has waned in the 15+ years since their 2002 debut self-titled album, they’ve remained as active as ever. That hard work will continue again on October 27, when the band releases The Canyon, a new studio album […]

Q&A with Corbett Redford, Director of New Music Doc ‘Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk’ (Executive Produced by Green Day)

Q&A with Corbett Redford, Director of New Music Doc ‘Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk’ (Executive Produced by Green Day)

Narrated by Iggy Pop and co-executive produced by Green Day, Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk is director/co-writer Corbett Redford’s two hour and 37 minute compendium of the Punk Rock scene centered around a freewheeling club located at 924 Gilman Street in Berkeley, California. Since 1986, Gilman has been an epicenter of […]

Goldfinger Returns with ‘The Knife’ – Stream the Ska/Punks Heroes’ New Album

Goldfinger Returns with ‘The Knife’ – Stream the Ska/Punks Heroes’ New Album

On Friday, Goldfinger released a new studio album titled The Knife. The long-running ska/punk band helmed by vocalist/guitarist (and full-time music producer) John Feldmann has a new look this time around, though. Joining Feldmann for the record are drummer Travis Barker (of Blink-182), guitarist Phil Sneed (of Story of the Year) and bassist/vocalist Mike Herrera […]

Sheer Mag’s Debut LP ‘Need To Feel Your Love’ is Here, and it’s Quite an Interesting Listen (Stream)

Sheer Mag’s Debut LP ‘Need To Feel Your Love’ is Here, and it’s Quite an Interesting Listen (Stream)

Philadelphia-based band Sheer Mag turned many heads over the past year or so with their various EPs and live performances, their hard work earning spots at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival and a slot on Late Night with Seth Meyers, among other engagements. On July 14, the band’s first full-length album, Need To […]

Armstrongs – ft. Billie Joe of Green Day, Tim of Rancid and Others – Premiere New Song ‘If There Was Ever a Time’

Armstrongs – ft. Billie Joe of Green Day, Tim of Rancid and Others – Premiere New Song ‘If There Was Ever a Time’

When it comes to Bay Area punk icons, you can’t do much better than this. On Friday, a new song emerged from Armstrongs – a supergroup featuring Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day, Tim Armstrong of Rancid, Billie Joe’s son Joey Armstrong and Rey Armstrong. Titled “If There Was Ever a Time,” the song was […]

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