The Interrupters released a deluxe edition of In The Wild. The release includes covers of Bad Religion’s “Sorrow” and Joe Strummer’s “Get Down Moses.”
Punk is a genre full of people who are always yelling, but over the past 30 years, Anti-Flag might have been yelling the most. It’s frequently between songs onstage, about the sorry state of the world — wars for oil, police brutality, a system rigged against its people. Truth is, Anti-Flag have had plenty of […]
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Ska has a rich history, and the Interrupters are leading the charge for the new gen. The band open up about their most personal album yet, In The Wild.
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Check out The Latest — for all the essential new music, tickets and livestreams you need right now. MUNA are our June cover stars With their self-titled third album imminent — their first since signing to Phoebe Bridgers’ Saddest Factory Records — it’s a whole new era for MUNA. In fact, the trio are proving […]
Check out The Latest — for all the essential new music, tickets and livestreams you need right now. Neck Deep return Neck Deep are back with their first new music in two years, “STFU.” In the single, the quartet fall back on their pop-punk roots while capturing the dread that often accompanies online culture. The […]
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. Read more: Motionless In White, the Interrupters and 7 other things you need to check out this week “Anything Was Better” is […]
Check out The Latest — for all the essential new music, tickets and livestreams you need right now. Poppy’s Veeps livestream is a must-see If you haven’t seen Poppy on her Never Find My Place tour, now’s your chance. Veeps is bringing the artist into your home May 26 with a one-night-only livestream recorded at […]
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. Read more: Flogging Molly and the Interrupters announce co-headlining summer tour Aimee Interrupter spoke about the inspiration behind the song […]
Flogging Molly and the Interrupters have announced a co-headlining summer tour. Tiger Army and the Skints are set to support on all dates. The run kicks off June 7 in Indiana and hits multiple U.S. cities before concluding Sept. 21 in California. Read more: Incubus announce tour featuring Sublime With Rome and the Aquadolls Flogging […]
“We’re the Interrupters! We’re from Los Angeles, California!” the young guitarist announces over a fanfare, as the camera pulls back and reveals a four-piece band, plus a singer, and a crush of throbbing humanity in a tiny space. “And this first song is a protest song, but it’s also a unity song. Because there’s no […]
Fall Out Boy have announced they will not be performing at the Boston and New York shows on the Hella Mega tour. The band cite a member of their staff testing positive for COVID-19 as the primary reason for cancellation. However, they assure fans that all members of the tour are vaccinated. Read more: Weezer […]
Green Day announced a surprise show ahead of their long-awaited Hella Mega tour. The concert will be held at Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma. While the Hella Mega tour will feature performances in some of the largest stadiums pop-punk music has ever seen, the surprise show is being held in a more intimate 1,800 capacity […]
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