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Moonraker announce full North American tour

Southern California melodic punk trio Moonraker has announced a full tour of the US and parts of Canada that’ll keep them busy for most of the next six weeks or so. The jaunt kicks off this Saturday (1/21/17) in Albuquerque and runs through February 26th in Phoenix, but it reaches as far as British Columbia, Massachusetts and Georgia in the process. Check out the full rundown below.

Moonraker’s latest release, their full-length debut “Fail Better,” was released back in October on Felony Records.



Stream new Moonraker (punk) LP “Fail Better” & read interview with drummer David Green

Out of sunny Southern California (Santa Clarita to be exact), the melodic punk trio Moonraker is making waves and catching attention in the punk community. The band has released a hefty catalogue of music, all leading up to this Friday (10/14/16), which marks the release date of their highly anticipated debut LP “Fail Better”, being put out through Felony Records. The new record is a follow up to their “String Theory” EP, released in 2014.

I was able to catch up with drummer and founding member David Green about the new LP, the band, and all the bullshit that life throws your way from time to time.

Check out the full interview and stream “Fail Better” in its entirety below.



Free Music: Unemployed 7″ (split with Moonraker, Not Half Bad, Thirty Helens, The Filthy Radicals)

The fine folks at Synicalist Records are giving you the chance to get your grubby little hands on some free music, with the new Unemployed 7″. Listen and/or download the release for free/name your price below.

The split features tracks from Texas punks Not Half Bad, Santa Clarita punk act Moonraker, Thirty Helens, and The Filthy Radicals.

If physical copies are more your thing, you can order the split on vinyl right here.



Synicalist Records release four way 7″ split “Unemployed”

London, Ontario based Synicalist Records recently released a four way split 7″ called Unemployed.  It features Moonraker, Not Half Bad, Thirty Helens, and The Filthy Radicals.

Give it a listen below.

Unemployed was released on October 7th, 2016.



Moonraker streaming new song “Wax Bath” off upcoming album “Fail Better”

Santa Clarita punk act, Moonraker, have announced that they will release their debut full-length album, “Fail Better,” on Oct. 14, 2016 through Felony Records.

They are streaming a new song called “Wax Bath” off the album here.

“Fail Better” will serve as a follow-up to their “String Theory” EP, which was released on April 29, 2014. You can pre-order the record here.



Moonraker announces Midwest tour

Southern California based punk band Moonraker recently announced they will be heading out on a 3 week midwest tour beginning in March.  Check out the dates and locations below.

The band is currently working on new music for a full length release sometime later in the year. Moonraker last released their EP “String Theory” in 2014.



Moonraker (punk) stream new EP “String Theory”

Southern California punk act Moonraker will be releasing their new EP “String Theory” on April 29th but you don’t have to wait until then to hear it!  Check out the band’s upcoming tour dates and stream that bad boy in its entirety below.



Moonraker streaming new song “Post-Crisis Origins” off upcoming EP “String Theory”

Southern California punk act Moonraker is getting ready to self-release their new EP “String Theory” in two weeks on April 29th.

The guys have just made a new song from the EP, available to stream. It s entitled “Post-Crisis Origins” and can be heard below.

The band will be commemorating the release with a month long US tour beginning in May. You can view a complete list of tour dates and locations below.



Free Album Download: Moonraker (punk) – “New Ways to Die”

Southern California punk act Moonraker have just released their new EP “New Ways To Die” and you can stream it right here.  If you dig it, it’s up for free download as well.

Moonraker will be on full US tour all summer long as well as playing Pouzza Fest in Montreal this month.



Free Music: Moonraker (punk) – “Bleeding” and “X-Rays” from upcoming EP “New Ways To Die”

Southern California punk act Moonraker are streaming two new songs (“Bleeding” and bside “X-Rays”) off there upcoming release “New Ways to Die” which will be out May 3, 2013.  Give them a listen here and if you dig ’em you can download both tunes for free.

Moonraker will be out most of the summer on a full US tour with some Canadian dates to play Pouzza Fest.



The Bogarts get their stuff stolen; need your help

We had hoped that bands getting their vans broken into and their shit stolen was so 2012. Apparently, the trend continues…

The victims this time are Thousand Oaks, California’s The Bogarts. While in Fresno (go figure) for the first night of their current West Coast tour with Moonraker, The Bogarts had the driver’s window of their van smashed and some of their shit stolen. Among the lost items are a laptop, GPS, iPod, and all of vocalist/guitarist Nick Waite’s clothes.

The band are asking people to donate by buying music via their bandcamp page in order to offset some of their losses. Click here to help out.

The Bogarts released their latest full-length, “Nothing To Call Our Own,” last year.



The Bogarts and Moonraker announce January 2013 tour dates

Thousand Oaks, CA, punks The Bogarts are teaming up with fellow California punks Moonraker for a brief West Coast tour kick off just after New Year’s. Click here for the rundown.

The Bogarts released their latest full-length, “Nothing To Call Our Own,” earlier this year. Here’s our review. Moonraker, meanwhile, released an EP entitled “Pathetic Little Arsenal” earlier this year. Check it out here.



Free Album Download: Moonraker (punk)-“Pathetic Little Arsenal”

California punks Moonraker have recently released their EP “Pathetic Little Aresnal”. The band has put release up for free stream/ download right here. If you like Dear Landlord and The Mezingers, you should definitely check the EP out, because it’s pretty good.