The Interrupters have shared a new track, "Anything Was Better." The release is the second single from their forthcoming album, In The Wild.
The 14-track record will drop Aug. 5 via Hellcat/Epitaph Records.
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"Anything Was Better" is a triumphant song dedicated to growth and gratit
The Interrupters have announced a new album, titled In The Wild. The record is set for release Aug. 5 via Hellcat/Epitaph Records.
They've also released the lead single, “In The Mirror,” with an accompanying music video.
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Aimee Interrupter spoke about the inspiration behind the song in a press release. “I fell into so
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Rancid has launched streams of their entire catalogue on their new website in conjunction with their twentieth anniversary--it includes all of their studio albums as well as the B Sides And C Sides compilation.
Check it out here.
In conjunction with their twentieth anniversary as a band, Rancid has released a new montage set to "Out Of Control," a track from their 2003 LP Indestructible.
Check it out below. The band will be releasing their eighth full-length later this year
Hellcat Records will be reissuing legendary ska-punk outfit Operation Ivy's debut EP Hectic on vinyl Apr. 17. A pre-order has been launched here.
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The second Hellcat release from Civet is a raging dose of rockin’ punk that will appeal to Social Distortion and Joan Jett fans alike. Frontwoman Liza Graves roars like Jett with a migraine, and her three bandmates—guitarist Suzy Homewrecker, bassist Jacqui Valentine and drummer Roxie Darling—keep the music driving forward with plenty of pick slides, Bad Religion-esque backi