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NOFX’s Fat Mike streams first song from ‘Home Street Home’ musical
NOFX’s Fat Mike streams first song from ‘Home Street Home’ musical
Last month, NOFX's Fat Mike announce that a new punk-rock musical concept album, titled Home Street Home, will be released on February 10, 2015 through Fat Wreck Chords, in advance of a theatrical production. The first track from the impending effort has been made available for streaming online, which you can do so below. Fat Mike kicked the crap ... Read More ...
Various Artists – The Songs Of Tony Sly: A Tribute
Various Artists – The Songs Of Tony Sly: A Tribute
Various Artists The Songs Of Tony Sly: A Tribute When No Use For A Name frontman Tony Sly suddenly passed away last summer, a generation of skate punks weaned on early Warped Tour lineups and cheapo comps mourned his loss. Thus, this tribute was born, including Rise Against, NOFX and more, with selections ranging from NUFAN’s 1995 classic ¡Leche Con Carne! to more ob...
Gaslight Anthem, Rise Against, Frank Turner, more contributing to Tony Sly tribute album
Fat Wreck Chords has begun to roll out information on their much-rumored tribute album for No Use For A Name frontman Tony Sly , who suddenly passed away last year. The compilation will include covers from Bad Religion, Lagwagon, Dropkick Murphys, Rise Against, NOFX, Frank Turner, Pennywise, the Gaslight Anthem, Bouncing Souls, Teenage Bottlerocket "and about 20 more," according to Fat's
NXNE confirms Bad Religion, Of Montreal, Ceremony, Rival Schools, Good Riddance
NXNE confirms Bad Religion, Of Montreal, Ceremony, Rival Schools, Good Riddance
Several bands have been announced for this year's NXNE conference, happening June 11-17 in Toronto. Check out the full list below. Bad Religion, Raekwon & Ghostface Killah, Matthew Good, Of Montreal, No Use For A Name, Purity Ring, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Death Grips, The Men, Bleached, Good Riddance, METZ, Ceremony, Plants & Animals, The Death Set, The Sadies & Andre Williams, O
Under The Covers: No Use For A Name vs. Skankin’ Pickle
Under The Covers: No Use For A Name vs. Skankin’ Pickle
You think it’s hard to write an original song? Try finding a cover song that hasn’t been done before—it’s harder than you think. That’s why we bring you Under The Covers: Each week, we’ll pit two bands who have covered the same source material against one another, and it’s up to you to decide who comes out on top. SOURCE MATERIAL: The Vapors' “Turning Japa ...