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No Fun At All stream another new track, “The Humdrum Way”, ahead of LP

Swedish skate punk legends No Fun At All  continue to tease out tracks from new album, “Grit”, which comes out this Friday (April 13th) via Bird Attack Records. The latest track to surface is “The Humdrum Way”, which you can have a listen to below.

Vinyl orders are up now on the Bird Attack Bandcamp

No Fun At All premiere song “Runner’s High”

Swedish punk band No Fun At All have released a new single titled “Runner’s High”. The track comes off their upcoming full length titled “Grit” which is due out April 13 via Bird Attack Records.

You can check out the new track below.

No Fun At All’s last release came last year titled “Lowrider”.

No Fun At All stream second track from upcoming album “Grit”

Swedish skate punk legends No Fun At All  release a new album, “Grit”, on April 13th via Bird Attack Records. Following recent single “Spirit“, the band are streaming another advance track, “Forth”. You can have a listen to it below.

Album pre-order packages are up now.

No Fun At All announce new album “Grit”

Swedish skate punk legends No Fun At All have announced that they are to release a new album, “Grit”, on April 13th via Bird Attack Records. To mark the announcement, the band have released a video for one of the tracks from the album, “Spirit”. You can watch it below. Pre-orders and track listing info are up on Bandcamp.

The album is the first since 2008’s “Low Rider”.

No Fun At All in the studio

Swedish skate punk legends No Fun At All have announced that they are in the studio, recording a new full length. In a Facebook post, they said “Stoked to let you know we’re heading to Soundlab Studios tomorrow to record our next album!”

The album will be the follow up to 2008’s “Low Rider”, the band’s first album following their reformation. They originally split in 2001.

No Fun At All announce new members, upcoming album

Swedish skate punk act No Fun At All have made a few announcements that should make fans of the band pretty excited.  The band is heading into the studio to record a new album that should see release in the spring of 2018.  The band also announced that they are recording this album with two new members!.  You can check out a statement from the band below.

Bad Religion to play one-off show in Spain in September

Right after the Summer Nationals tour with The Offspring and Pennywise, Bad Religion will be playing what appears to be a one-off show on September 20th at Faan Fest (Recinto festivo La Ería) in Oviedo, Spain. Also playing are Supersuckers, No Fun at All, Imperial State Electric, Desakato and Acid Mess.

For more information, visit Faan Fest’s official website.

Bad Religion last released Christmas Songs on October 29th, 2013 via Epitaph Records. They recently announced plans to begin working on a new album this year.

Blast From The Past: No Fun At All live @ Bizarre Festival 2000 (full set)

Here’s a little Blast From The Past for your Friday… It’s a video of Swedish skate punk act No Fun At All‘s full set at Bizarre Festival from 13 years ago!


No Fun At All cancel appearence at Millencolin Festival, break up

Swedish skate punk act No Fun At All have canceled their appear at the two day Millencolin Festival. In addition, they have decided to call it quits once and for all. Here’s the message from the festival’s website:

We have a new band confirmed for the festival and it’s a killer band for sure! On monday the 23rd we’ll let you know what band we are talking about – keep your eyes and ears open and make sure to get your ticket to this “once in a lifetime party”! At the same time we have sad news for you – No Fun At All have broken up once and for all. They decided to through in the towel after over 20 years as band. This means they will not perform at the festival as planned. We are very sorry for this and we wanna wish all the members in NFAA the best of luck with any future plans they might have.

No Fun At All last released “Low Rider” in 2008 via 26F Records

Millencolin celebrates 20 year with two-day festival

2012 marks the 20 years anniversary of Swedish soft-core band Millencolin and to celebrate this the band recently announced a 2-day festival in their hometown of Örebro. The festival, set for June 8-9, will feature other Swedish punk veterans such as The Hives and No Fun At All.  More info can be found here.

Millencolin are currently working on a new album which would be a follow-up to 2008’s “Machine 15″ released via Epitaph Records.

Tour: No Fun At All announce 20th anniversary Spanish tour w/ Atlas Losing Grip

Swedish skate punk act No Fun At All have announced they will be heading out on a quick tour in Spain, in honor of their 20th anniversary, w/ fellow Swedish skate punkers Atlas Losing Grip.

Check out a full list of dates and locations for the tour here.

No Fun At All last released “Low Rider” in 2008 via 26F Records, and Atlas Losing Grip last released a self-titled 7-inch, which you can stream here, in November.

Why did they choose the name No Fun At All?

Ever wonder where some bands come up with their band names? Well, we do, and we’re sick of sitting around scratching our heads about it. We’re hitting the streets (aka. “Internet”) to find the origins behind some of the more bizarre, intriguing or just plain random band names in the scene. Every Wednesday we’ll be pulling the curtain back on a different band and this week it’s Swedish skatepunkers No Fun At All.

According to some deep, deep research by our crack team of punk rock detectives (or two minutes I spent on Google), the band chose their name by combining the title of the tongue-in-cheek Sex Pistols cover of The Stooges classic song No Fun and the band name for New York hardcore veterans Sick Of It All.

Check out last week’s Band Name Origin story: Alkaline Trio

The Flatliners and No Fun At All are heading to Australia

fat28Hey Australians, The Flatliners and No Fun At All are heading your way to play a handful of shows together in March of 2010.

Check out the Dying Scene Shows page for dates and locations.