Punk rock's most treasured usual suspects, Masked Intruder, have returned to steal our hearts, and wallets, with their sugary fun new record "III." APTV used this month's production budget to help the Intruders make bail and, in return, they visited our office, where they were closely monitored and put On The Spot.

In this APTV Exclusive, find out which punk song they didn't write but have claimed as their own, the ins and outs of B&E and why prison is the last place they'd want to record a live album. The band talk Ryan Gosling, Cher, "Masked Introducer" and more–and it's all absolutely hilarious.

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Masked Intruder recently dropped their most latest LP III, which is available now via Pure Noise Records. Prior to its debut, the band released “No Case,” “Please Come Back To Me” and “All Of My Love” as singles.

III marks the band’s debut with Pure Noise Records, boasting production credits featuring Less Than Jake’s Roger Lima of and the All-American Rejects’ Mike Kennerty.

Through lyrics detailing petty crimes and heartbreak, Intruder Blue says he hopes fans can apply the stories to their own lives.

“Our songs aren’t just about the feelings and situations that they describe, but they’re supposed to hopefully help other people think about and reflect about their own situations,” he says.

They are currently on the road with the Interrupters. Remaining dates can be seen below and tickets can be found here.


04/01 – St. Louis. MO @ Delmar Hall
04/02 – Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Hall
04/03 – Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theater
04/05 – Denver, CO @ The Ogden Theatre
04/06 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot