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Fat Mike hints at Bad Religion and NOFX tour next year

In a recent interview with The Inertia, Fat Mike talked about the Punk in Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival, co-headlined by Bad Religion and his band NOFX.

When asked if there were any bands he wanted on the bill that couldn’t participate in the festival, Mike hinted at NOFX and Bad Religion doing an 18-date tour next year. He said, “I just talked to the Bad Religion guys an hour ago and we’re going to do 18 shows together next year because Tacoma this year was so fun. And Boise.”

It’s been almost a full year since NOFX released their latest album First Ditch Effort, which was their first in four years, following 2012’s Self Entitled. Bad Religion have been promising a new album for a while, which will be their first since 2013’s True North, and is expected to come out next year.



Dayglo Abortions and Starving Wolves kick off US tour today

Canadian punk veterans Dayglo Abortions  and street-punk infused hardcore outfit Starving Wolves are kicking of a US based tour today (October 5th) and you can check out the dates and locations in the poster above.



You Vandal (Pop-Punk) announce tour dates for November

Gainesville pop-punks You Vandal have announced tour dates for this November in support of their upcoming album “I Just Want To Go Back To Hell”. You can check the dates out below. The tour will take the band up and down the East Coast with stops in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Brookyln, and more. Last week the band released a teaser track titled “Collapse” which you can listen to here.

“I Just Want To Go Back To Hell” is due out on November 17th via Jumpstart Records.



The Split Seconds announce October shows

Washington DC pop punks The Split Seconds have announced some October shows they will be playing including a stop at Nowhere Fest in New York, and FEST in Gainesville.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

The Split Seconds last released Center Of Attention in March via Altercation Records.



Mephiskapheles, Hub City Stompers and 45 Adapters announce shows

Ska heavyweights Mephiskapheles and the Hub City Stompers have joined forces to give us a weekend of ska bliss. October 27th and 28th will represent the 6th annual Devils Night Danse. This years event will mark the 20th anniversary of the Mephiskapheles release “Maximum Perversion” which they will play in full.  Joining the two heavyweights for the weekend will be the 45 Adapters.

In case you forgot how awesome “Maximum Perversion” is you can check out a beauty video of them performing “Break Your Ankle Punk” here



Joe McMahon (Smoke Or Fire) announces mainland Europe tour dates

Joe McMahon has detailed a mainland European tour with his full band, The Dockineers. The Smoke or Fire man is to perform tracks from his solo album “Another Life”. The support for the tour will be Scotland’s folk-punk singer songwriter Billy Liar.

Full details of the October tour, which takes in Switzerland, Germany and Austria, are below.



Apologies, I Have None announce UK tour with Kamikaze Girls

Pretty exciting times ahead for all our UK friends. Apologies, I Have None are heading out on a run of UK dates together with class act Kamikaze Girls. A full list of tour dates can be found below.

Apologies, I Have None released their sophomore album Pharmacie in 2016 via Holy Roar Records.



Circa Survive release “The Amulet” and announce tour with Thrice

Circa Survive have released “The Amulet”, their 6th full length album, via Hopeless Records. You can check out the first track “Lustration” below.

The band has also announced a tour with Thrice, you can find the dates beneath the track.



Good Throb (Punk) to play one off show in London

Good Throb are bloody brilliant. I only came across them earlier this year and was gutted to find they were not really active anymore due to various members moving abroad. One of the first songs I came across was “The Queen Sucks Nazi Cock” and I crossed my fingers and hoped the band would be as good as the name of that song! Luckily they were! They play pissed off punk but every now and then you will find yourself chuckling to some of the lyrics. I find them totally refreshing and unique.

Well the band are playing a one off show in London at the Static Shock Weekend on November 11th. The line up is excellent including another favourite of mine, Limp Wrist, who are also there for a one off.

If you have never heard of them before then you can check out “Fuck Off” which was released in 2014 below.



PUP announces more show dates

Kick ass Canadian punk act, PUP, have announced some European tour dates for Spain and France, you can check them out below.

PUP last released “The Dream Is Over” in 2016 off Side One Dummy Records.



Natterers (Punk) announce Germany/Belgium shows

If you live in Germany or Belgium then you are in for a treat my friends! One of the UK’s finest bands, Natterers, have announced some shows for this November, kicking off in Antwerp on the 8th. You can check out the list of dates below.

Natterers released “Toxic Care” this June and it is, in my opinion, one of the best releases of the year so far. If you haven’t listened to it yet then hurry up and give it a listen here.



Knuckle Puck announce tour of Australia and Japan

Chicago-based pop-punks Knuckle Puck have announced they will be headed out on a tour across Australia and Japan, starting on January 9th, 2018 in Melbourne. You can find the tour poster, dates, and locations below.

Joining Knuckle Puck in Australia will be UK pop-punk group ROAM. Both bands are set to release new albums before the tour on October 13th, with Knuckle Puck’s Shapeshifter via Rise Records and ROAM’s Great Heights & Nosedives via Hopeless Records.



The original Misfits lineup add Dec 28th show in Las Vegas


Miss last year’s Riot Fest reunion of The Misfits? Miss out on a ticket to their sold-out LA Forum show? Get ready.

After selling out the LA Forum in under 60 seconds, The Misfits have added a second show in Las Vegas, at the MGM Grand. As if seeing one of the most legendary and influential punk rock/hardcore bands of all time wasn’t rad enough, Alkaline Trio and FEAR are on the bill too.

Tickets go on sale here at 10am on Friday, September 29th. Safe to say, they won’t last long. Grab them while you can, and enjoy. I caught them at Chicago last year, and I was blown away.



D.O.A. announce fall tour dates!


Canada’s greatest export since thick-cut sliced ham is back: D.O.A. is hitting the road this fall! The band has announced a stretch of Canadian dates as part of their “Fight Back” tour.

The hardcore veterans last released Hard Rain Falling back in 2015 through their own Sudden Death Records, and have an untitled LP due out in June of 2018.

Here’s the confirmed dates!

Thursday September 28th – The Garage, Duncan, BC – all ages
Friday September 29th – The Waverley, Cumberland, BC
Saturday September 30th – The Wildwood, Powell River, BC
Tuesday October 10th – Beer Exchange, Windsor, ON
Wednesday October 11th – The Boathouse, Kitchener, ON
Thursday October 12th – Moustache Club, Oshawa, ON
Friday October 13th – Call the Office, London, ON
Saturday October 14th – The Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto, ON
Sunday October 15th – This Ain’t Hollywood, Hamilton, ON
Monday October 16th – The Geekery, Niagara Falls, ON
Tuesday October 17th – The Mansion, Kingston. ON
Wednesday October 18th – Le Petit Campus, Montreal QC
Thursday October 19th – Le Murdoch, Sherbrooke, QC
Friday October 20th – The 27 Club, Ottawa, ON
Saturday October 21st – L’anti Bar, Quebec, QC



Bad Breeding (UK Punk) announce UK tour dates

British punk rockers Bad Breeding have announced some October UK tour dates.

You can check out all the dates and locations for that tour below.

Bad Breeding last released Divide in April of 2017 via La Vida Es un Mus.