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Goldfinger stream new album “The Knife”

Goldfinger‘s new album The Knife was released today, July 21st, through Rise Records. The album is streaming is available to stream on Spotify. Head over here to give the record a listen.

The Knife is Goldfinger’s first LP in nearly a decade, following 2008’s Hello Destiny. The band will be touring in support of the record this summer. See if they’re playing near you below.



Goldfinger stream new song “Tijuana Sunrise” from upcoming album “The Knife”

California ska-punk veterans Goldfinger have premiered another song from their upcoming album The Knife. The track’s called “Tijuana Sunrise”, and you can check it out below.

The Knife is set to release on July 21 through Rise Records. It will be the band’s first LP in nearly a decade, following 2008’s Hello Destiny.



Goldfinger announce first new album in nine years, stream new track ‘Put The Knife Away’

Wowzers! Los Angeles (ska) punk legends Goldfinger just announced their first new album in nine years. ‘The Knife’ will be out July 21 via Rise Records and you can start pre-ordering right here, right now.

The album news went accompanied by a brand new track called ‘Put The Knife Away‘. Head down below to check it out.



DS Photo Gallery & Show Review: Musink Fest 2017 – Day Two (Costa Mesa, CA 3/18)

Travis Barker with Goldfinger

In sharp contrast to Day One’s lineup, Day Two of the SoCal tattoo convention and music festival saw an influx of emo fans who came in droves to see post-hardcore acts like The Used, Story of the Year, Glassjaw and Hell or Highwater. The drunk, overweight, geezer punks that had filled the fairgrounds the prior afternoon were now replaced with young, well coifed, (better smelling) punks of all sorts. Also included in the ‘Emo Day’ lineup was veteran ska punks Goldfinger who definitely helped to cut the angst a little. Check out all of this and more as Anarchopunk continues his coverage of Musink Fest 2017, below!



Goldfinger begin working on first album in 9 years

As of late, California ska-punk veterans Goldfinger are in the studio working on their first album in years. No further more information has been revealed, but Nick Hexum from 311 revealed on Instagram that he is doing guest vocals on the new record.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the Goldfinger record come to light. The band has not released a full-length studio album since Hello Destiny in 2008.



Travis Barker teases new music from Goldfinger, Blink 182 and Transplants

Travis Barker recently appeared on KROQ’s Kevin & Bean Show to talk about this year’s edition of his annual music and tattoo festival Musink. During the interview, Barker mentions he and John Feldmann recently began recording a new Goldfinger album, Blink 182 have recorded 13 new songs for a deluxe edition of California, and a Transplants covers album is on the way.

Check out the full interview below, and stay tuned for more info on these releases.



Blink-182 working on new album with John Feldmann

As of late, Blink-182 have been in the studio recording their long-awaited new album, which is expected to be released later this year. Not many details have been given, but Mark Hoppus recently posted a picture of the band on Twitter with John Feldmann from Goldfinger, which indicates that he’s the producer of the new album. Hoppus writes:

“In the studio for 14 hours today and drank so much coffee I’ll never sleep again.”

Blink’s new record will be their first with new guitarist/vocalist, Alkaline Trio‘s Matt Skiba, who joined the band following their not-so-amicable split with Tom DeLonge.



Goldfinger’s Darrin Pfeiffer joins Sum 41

Goldfinger drummer Darrin Pfeiffer recently revealed he is now drumming for Sum 41, posting a few pictures on his Facebook page with the caption, “Sum 41 rehearsals, day 1. Sounding killer!!”

It’s not clear whether Pfeiffer has joined the band full-time, or just for the recording of their new album, but we’ll keep you posted as more details come to light.

Sum 41 launched a crowdfunding campaign to support the release of a follow-up to 2011’s Screaming Bloody Murder last month. July also saw the band reuniting with original guitarist Dave “Brownsound” Baksh at the APMAs.



Goldfinger announce vinyl reissue of “Hang-Ups”

California ska-punk veterans Goldfinger have announced they are reissuing their 1997 album Hang-Ups on limited edition black and colored vinyl via SRC Vinyl. The reissue is due out on July 14th, and pre-orders are available here.

Other than one new song back in 2013, Goldfinger has not released a full-length studio album since Hello Destiny in 2008. The band has been promising a new album; we’ll keep you posted as more details on it come to light.



Goldfinger announce UK tour with Survay Says!

California ska-punk veterans Goldfinger have announced they will be touring the UK with New Jersey’s Survay Says! this May. You can check out the full tour itinerary below.

Goldfinger’s latest album Hello Destiny was released in 2008. Frontman John Feldmann announced the band was planning to release a new record back in 2012, but so far the only new material to surface was a single titled “Am I Deaf.”



Goldfinger’s self-titled album to be released on vinyl for the first time

Goldfinger will finally be putting their 1996 self-titled debut album on vinyl, the expected release date is January 27, 2015.

The record will be pressed on limited edition black and colored vinyl and is available for pre-order here.



Goldfinger drops off Slam Dunk line up

Bad news UK ska punk fans. It seems as if Goldfinger has dropped off both the Slam Dunk Festival and the Slam Dunk Ska Punk Tour due to an unnamed member needing a minor surgery. The Slam Dunk Fest promoters released a statement regarding the line up change:

“It is with deep regret we have to announce the withdrawal from the festival by our old friends Goldfinger. One of the members has had to have some routine minor surgery and the recovery process has taken a little longer than expected. This has made travel and performing impossible so they had no choice but to pull out of the festival and the tour around it.

We are sure you will agree Goldfinger cannot be simply replaced, so the festival bill we be reworked and another band will be added where appropriate. We will announce this shortly.

As for the tour… the shows will be replaced by Zebrahead headline shows, with the exception of Norwich which unfortunately has been cancelled. Existing ticket holders should contact their ticket provider for details of getting a partial refund and still going to the show or getting a full refund.

We are as bummed about this as you guys, but stick with us for an update in the near future!

– Ben & Jd”

The rest of the line up remains unchanged as of now. In case you want to see who else is playing both the festival and the tour, you can check here and here respectively.



Slam Dunk Ska Punk Tour announced (Goldfinger, Fandangle, Zebrahead)

Slam Dunk Festival has just announced the Slam Dunk Ska Punk Tour, a short run of dates leading up to the festival in the UK in May. The tour will feature Goldfinger, Zebrahead, and Fandangle, and you can check out the dates and locations below.

Slam Dunk Festival will announce the rest of their official festival lineup in the coming weeks. Check back soon and we’ll keep you updated.



Punk Icon Spotlight: John Feldmann (Goldfinger Vocalist, Record Producer)

In our new “Punk Icon” series we are going to be celebrating some of the brilliant musical minds that have helped shape punk rock as we know it.  Today we’re kicking things off with a closer look at the life and times of rabid vegetarian, super producer and Goldfinger frontman John Feldmann.

There is a whole lot more to John than Goldfinger.  Get to know him a little better below.



Video: Goldfinger’s John Feldmann plays new song “3 Wishes” for The Sing Me a Story Foundation

Goldfinger frontman John Feldmann recently decided to show his soft side, teaming up with The Sing Me a Story Foundation to write and record a new song called “3 Wishes.” Here’s a little background on the foundation and Feldmann’s song:

The Sing Me a Story Foundation combines the imaginations of children in hospitals, children’s homes, vulnerable youth organizations and hospices with the talents of songwriters to create stories and songs that bring joy to all those involved. John Feldmann of Goldfinger stopped by the bus and created an original song from a story and performed it live on The Lennon Bus.

You can watch a video of John playing “3 Wishes” acoustically on the Lennon (yes, John Lennon) Bus below.

Goldfinger’s announced plans to release a new album, their first since 2008’s “Hello Destiny,” back in 2012. Obviously, a new album wasn’t released… The band has, however, released a new song called “A I Deaf” and you can check out right here.