In a recent interview, NOFX frontman Fat Mike offered details about the long-awaited sequel to Backstage Passport, a series documenting the band’s life on the road. When asked what was in the works, Mike said:
“We have Backstage Passport 2, which is coming out. We’re working on a deal with Netflix, which should be very cool, exclusive Netflix content. We had Backstage Passport 1, where we went to countries no one ever goes to, snorting ketamine and ecstasy in Singapore, which you’re not supposed to do, Israel, Russia, Indonesia, Philippines. We got in a lot of trouble and made no money. It was a disaster, but it was a lot of fun. This one is more about South America and making up all the shows that got canceled in the riots and also about me being — I’m not gonna say a drug addict, ’cause when I’m off tour I don’t do drugs, but an excessive drug user, and you get to see me at my worst. It was probably the worst night of my life as far as behavior, it was in Monterey, Mexico. It was all on film.”
NOFX’s latest full-length album Self Entitled was released in 2012 through Fat Wreck Chords. They released the EP Stoke Extinguisher that same year.
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