Nik Bruzzese

Man Overboard redesign their “Defend Pop Punk” shirt in support of BLM
Man Overboard redesign their “Defend Pop Punk” shirt in support of BLM
Man Overboard have just released a shirt that's very similar to their iconic "Defend Pop Punk" merch. But, the text emblazoned across the front reads "Defund The Police." The rifle that is front and center, is snapped in half.  All proceeds from the shirt will be donated to Black Lives Matter in an effort to eliminate racial injustices and police brutality.  R...
Man Overboard’s Nik Bruzzese didn’t think anyone would hear Casa Loma
Man Overboard’s Nik Bruzzese didn’t think anyone would hear Casa Loma
It’s been said that the best art comes from tragedy. Certainly, that notion holds true in the touching solo project from Nik Bruzzese of pop-punk darlings Man Overboard. Casa Loma’s upcoming first album, This Is Coping, gives fans a different taste of Bruzzese’s talent coupled with a deeply personal peek into his life. You could say...
Man Overboard’s Nik Bruzzese, the Early November’s Ace Enders debut original Christmas song—watch
Man Overboard’s Nik Bruzzese, the Early November’s Ace Enders debut original Christmas song—watch
Man Overboard's Nik Bruzzese and the Early November's Ace Enders have teamed up to produce, engineer and perform a new Christmas song in their recording studio in Hammonton, New Jersey called The Lumberyard. Watch the video of "Jacob Marley" below, and find out more about that beautiful studio here. Read more: Man ... Read More ... Read More ...
“We had a pretty rough year” —Man Overboard get serious for the future
“We had a pretty rough year” —Man Overboard get serious for the future
New Jersey pop-punks MAN OVERBOARD are about to release a new five-song EP, Passing Ends, on October 28 via their own label, Lost Tape Collective. Next year, they'll release album number four via Rise Records, already a work in progress. Brian Kraus caught up with singer/guitarist Zac Eisenstein, singer/bassist Nik Bruzzese and guitarist Justin Collier at their headquarters to talk about the new E