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Buck-O-Nine release new music video for “Don’t Be Afraid”

San Diego ska veterans Buck-O-Nine have released a new video for their song “Don’t Be Afraid”. The video features a lot of skulls and bones, and it comes off the Cleopatra Records Halloween Compilation.

You can check out the rad new video below.

The new song is the first new music from Buck-O-Nine since 2007’s Sustain. 



Cleopatra Records releases Halloween comp (new songs by Buck-O-Nine, Implants & more)

Cleopatra Records just released a new compilation titled Punk Rock Halloween – Loud, Fast & Scary. It features 27 Halloween-themed songs from the likes of Buck-O-Nine, Implants, Guttermouth, Reel Big Fish, and many others.

You can give the comp a listen below, and buy it on bandcamp.



Dying Scene Radio Special Edition – It’s Not Dead Fest

In this Special Edition of the new and improved Dying Scene Radio, the boys get out of the city and head out to sweltering San Bernardino, CA for the second annual It’s Not Dead Fest. We told the new hosts that if they came back empty handed, we’d cut their funding and whaddaya know?!? It worked!  Not only did they miraculously pull off an interview with the stalwarts of ska, Buck O Nine, they also managed to somehow dupe canadian pop punk phenoms The Flatliners into talking to them! So congrats, gentlemen! For your herculean efforts your existing budget of $0 will remain in place in perpetuity. Now, get back to work! And you dear listener, enjoy the fruits of their labor! Interviews, a fantastic playlist featuring some of the many incredible acts to play the festival and much, much more, below!



Rancid, Dropkick Murphys, Buck-O-Nine & more to play It’s Not Dead Fest 2

The first round of bands playing the 2nd edition of It’s Not Dead Fest has been revealed. The lineup for the California punk festival currently features Rancid, Dropkick Murphys, Buck-O-Nine, Good Riddance, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Mad Caddies, and more.

Check out the full list of bands included in the first announcement below.

It’s Not Dead Fest 2 is set take place on Saturday, August 26th at the Glen Helen Festival Grounds in San Bernardino, CA. Tickets will be available through the festival website starting Monday, March 20th at 9am PDT.



Voodoo Glow Skulls announces West Coast tour with Buck-O-Nine and The Porkers

Skacore legends Voodoo Glow Skulls have announced a run of West Coast tour dates with Buck-O-Nine and Australian ska-punk band The Porkers.

The tour begins in the new year, and travels up and down the West Coast of the US, covering California, Nevada, Seattle, and Portland.

You can have a look at all the tour dates and locations below.

Voodoo Glow Skulls’ latest album “Break the Spell” was released through Smelvis Records in 2012.



Voodoo Glow Skulls announce west coast summer tour dates

SoCal ska-core veterans Voodoo Glow Skulls will be playing shows on the west coast all summer long, a few of which will also feature the legendary Buck O Nine! Info on the dates and locations can be found below.

Voodoo Glow Skulls’ latest full-length Break The Spell was released in 2012 through Smelvis Records. They have since re-released 1994’s Who Is, This Is? on Asian Man Records and are reportedly working on a new record.



Buck O Nine are back and working on a new album

In a recent interview done on Punks In Vegas, Jon Pebsworth, lead singer of San Diego ska act Buck-O-Nine, revealed that after a near 4 year hiatus the band is once again working on new material.

Pebsworth says:

“Actually yeah, we’re going to start working on some songs in the next month or so. It’s hard sometimes for us because everyone is older and a lot of the guys are married and have kids and stuff and now our bass player lives south of Lake Tahoe in like Yosemite or something, way up there. And I live in LA, and the rest of the guys all still live in San Diego and are super spread out in San Diego County. So for all 7 of us to be in the same room together with our instruments in a proper rehearsal studio, or a proper garage or somewhere to practice, it makes the songwriting process pretty hard. But over this past weekend when we had our little road trip and played a couple shows we had some time to talk about it in the van and we came up with a plan that kind of involved the internet but kind of doesn’t. We thought we might try to do it a little unorthodox and I think we came up with a pretty good little strategy. But yeah, we should have something new recorded and done hopefully by the end of the year sometime or the first part of next year.”

Buck O Nine released their last album, “Sustain,” in 2007 on Asian Man Records.