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M.O.D. stream new song “You’re a Fucking Dick”

Crossover legends M.O.D. are streaming another song from their upcoming album Busted, Broke & American; this time it’s “You’re a Fucking Dick”, and you can check it out below.

Busted, Broke & American is due for release on July 7th via Megaforce Records, and will be M.O.D.’s first studio album since 2007’s Red, White & Screwed. The band has stated that the album known by some as the Chinese Democracy of crossover thrash, due to repeated delays – will be their last one.



M.O.D. stream new song “Busted, Broke & American”

Crossover legends M.O.D. are streaming their first song in ten years, titled “Busted, Broke & American”. It’s the title track from the band’s upcoming album, and you can check it out below.

Busted, Broke & American is due for release on July 7th via Megaforce Records, and will be M.O.D.’s first studio album since 2007’s Red, White & Screwed. The band has stated that the album known by some as the Chinese Democracy of crossover thrash, due to repeated delays – will be their last one.



M.O.D. to release “Busted, Broke & American” in July

Crossover legends M.O.D. recently announced on their Facebook page that their long-awaited new album Busted, Broke & American will be released on July 7th via Megaforce Records.

No further more information on Busted, Broke & American is available at this time, but it will be M.O.D.’s first studio album since 2007’s Red, White & Screwed, and the band has stated that it will be their final album.

In case you don’t feel like waiting four more months, you can check out M.O.D.’s music video for “Busted, Broke & American”, which the band released last January.



Music Video: M.O.D. – “Busted Broke & American”

Crossover legends M.O.D. have released a music video for their brand new song “Busted, Broke & American”, the title track from their upcoming album, due in March via Megaforce Records. You can check it out below.

Busted, Broke & American will be M.O.D.’s first studio album since 2007’s Red, White & Screwed, and the band recently announced that it will be their final record.



M.O.D. continue working on new album, Billy Milano birthday bash show announced

As you may recall, crossover legends M.O.D. called it quits last May, but months later, it was announced that they were still together and in the process of finishing their long-awaited new album Busted, Broke and American. Well, the band recently posted an update on their Facebook page, saying that they are tracking bass, followed by guitar and vocal parts for the new album.

In addition to a new album, the band announced a birthday bash celebration of their lead singer Billy Milano, which will take place on June 5th at Bull McCabe’s Irish Pub in Austin, Texas, and more information about the event can be found here.

When Busted, Broke and American will be released is unknown, but we’ll keep you posted as more details on it come to light. The band’s last studio album, Red, White & Screwed, was released in 2007. Back in 2014, they posted a free download of their first song in seven years titled “Hermano”.



Billy Milano talks about new M.O.D. album “Busted, Broke and American”

Crossover legends M.O.D. have posted a five-minute video of frontman Billy Milano talking about the band’s long-awaited new album Busted, Broke and American, which is tentatively due for release in January 2016. You can watch the video below.

M.O.D., who had supposedly called it quits last May, last released Red, White & Screwed in 2007. A year ago, they posted a free download of their first song in seven years titled “Hermano”.



S.O.D. announce 30th anniversary reissue of “Speak English or Die”

Although it was recently announced that there were no plans for a reunion, crossover legends S.O.D. ― the crossover supergroup featuring Billy Milano (M.O.D.), Nuclear Assault bassist Danny Lilker and his former bandmates in Anthrax Scott Ian and Charlie Benante ― will release a 30th anniversary edition of their iconic debut album Speak English or Die on November 27th through Megaforce Records. The reissue will include the original album and the demo recordings from the pre-S.O.D. project Crab Society North.

Released in 1985, both Speak English or Die and the S.O.D. project were conceived after Scott Ian and Charlie Benante’s main band Anthrax finished recording their second album Spreading the Disease, which was released that same year. It was Ian who drew the face of the band’s iconic character Sargent D.



Dan Lilker and Billy Milano comment on S.O.D. reunion rumors

Despite rumors from last July, Nuclear Assault bassist Dan Lilker revealed to Horns Up that there are no plans to reunite S.O.D. ― the crossover supergroup featuring himself, Billy Milano (M.O.D.) and his former bandmates in Anthrax Scott Ian and Charlie Benante ― for a 30th anniversary celebration of their iconic debut album Speak English or Die. He explains:

“I know there’s gonna be a reissue, but him talking about a live show is all a little premature, let’s say. It’s gonna be the 30th anniversary of ‘Speak English or Die’, so there’s gonna be yet another reissue. I say it with a slight air of cynicism. And, yeah, it’ll be cool. Billy might have made it seem like, but he didn’t consult anybody else that played in S.O.D. He just kind of announced something, and we went, ‘Huh?’ That’s what happened.”

Asked if he would do the S.O.D. reunion show if everyone else agreed to it, Lilker replied: “Yeah. I don’t have any differences with anybody. It was never me. I would do it as long as I didn’t have any other previous plans on that day. If anything else I have already confirmed is confirmed, I wouldn’t do it, but if they say, ‘Hey, what are you doing July blah blah blah this year,’ I’d go, ‘Okay. Fine.'”

Billy Milano also commented on the reunion situation, telling Blabbermouth.net“all the members of SOD were contacted via email to contribute to a 30 year anniversary edition package by Missi from MEGAFORCE who is one of the honest people still in this dying industry. She also mentioned in her e-mail that it would be fun to have a show to celebrate it. To my surprise everyone including myself replied that fun sounds like fun. I went to NYC to visit family and friends and was asked to be interviewd on Jimmy Gestapos Radio show. His buddy Mike is the co host of the show and owns the NYHC black and Blue festival. They asked if I woulkd be interested in playing with SOD. It was the same day I met with Missi from megaforce. I said yes. We announced it giving plenty of time for Charlie and Scott to make it happen. I also went to NY to collect the money Scott and Charlie owe me for covering songs I own publishing on. (HEY JOHN BUSH I HEARD THEY DIDNT PAY YOU EITHER! I TRIED TO WARN YOU BUT HEY I’M THE BAD GUY) IT didnt happen so in my mind I called the shows off 3 days later. I also had the shows based as a benefit, I wanted to help a couple of Dog rescue groups I follow on facebook. Second chance rescue in ny and a Tonkers rescue group. This way the band didnt have a reunion for money and it actually helps someone and adds to the good karma of the music scene. Charlie Benante said why does it have to be a benefit we can make a lot of money. Ok, so at this point SOD is done, they are trying to talk to me via friends and booking agents and the answer is NO!!!! MOD is finishing a record. I have a new group Billy Be Dammed and I love my life in Austin Texas. and as far as me being right wing, no shit! The days and INSANITY of political correctness is coming to a head… Enjoy the Chaos and Get a gun, Go Mueria! VOTE TRUMP!”



Random Cover Song: M.O.D. – “Surfin’ U.S.A.” (The Beach Boys)

Cover songs are like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re going to get. We here at Dying Scene love hearing punk bands do their own take on other band’s songs. Sometimes they pull off amazing interpretations of old classics, sometimes they’re not much more than humble tributes to a fellow artist, and other times they’re just downright laughable renditions of otherwise great songs. Good or bad. Intriguing or mundane.  We’ll let you be the judge.

Today’s cover comes from M.O.D. and their cover of The Beach Boys classic “Surfin’ U.S.A.”. The original version of the song first appeared on The Beach Boys’ 1963 album Surfin’ U.S.A., and M.O.D.’s version is taken from their 1988 EP Surfin’ M.O.D..

You can listen to both versions of the song below.



M.O.D. apparently still together, continue working on new album

Crossover legends M.O.D. called it quits last May, but it seems that the band is still together as they are still working on their long-awaited new album Busted, Broke and American. The band writes:

“Ok folks. Here is an update on the MOD record busted broke and american. I just recieved the hard drive in the mail finally this week. Before i can tell you what my plwns are i have to open it and listen to all the individual tracks. Very happy to be working on this record locally. I have several plans to deliver a great record. It might come down to recording everything from scratch or maybe not. I will know more and keep you up to date with the progress. Time to get’er done.”

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the new M.O.D. record come to light. The band’s last studio album, Red, White & Screwed, was released in 2007. Last year, they posted a free download of their first song in seven years titled “Hermano”.



S.O.D. reunion in the works?

Horns Up Rocks is reporting that crossover thrash icons S.O.D. ― the supergroup featuring Billy Milano (M.O.D.) and three current/former Anthrax members Scott Ian, Charlie Benante and Danny Lilker (also a member of Nuclear Assault) ― will reunite for a 30th anniversary celebration at next year’s Black N Blue Bowl in New York City.

There doesn’t seem to be much more information regarding the reunion, but Horns Up Rock revealed that BNB Takeover radio show on East Village Radio played a new S.O.D. song, implying that new material is in the works.



M.O.D. call it quits

Crossover thrash legends M.O.D. have announced that they have split up for the third time in their career, and cancelled their plans to tour later this year. The reason they are splitting up is because frontman Billy Milano chose not to release any M.O.D. albums or take the band on tour again in order to concentrate on his private life. The band explains:

“As true and dedicated musicians that we are, MOD was one of our huge inspirations and by a lucky shot, we got in the band. For any great, good reason that a light shined our way…that was MOD. We apologize to the fans, to everyone who’s been waiting on us on the road. Billy has denied MOD and without MOD, we can’t go on. We wish Billy our gratitude for all the great times we’ve spent with the band. We look further down the road for bigger and better things. We wish Billy the best. 
Signed, The Band…”

M.O.D. previously broke up in 1997 and again in 2008. Their last studio album, Red, White & Screwed, was released in 2007, and nearly a year ago, they released a new song for free called “Hermano”.



M.O.D. to begin recording new album next week

Crossover thrash legends M.O.D. have announced that they will enter the studio next week to begin recording their long-awaited new album Busted, Broke and American, which will be their first since 2007’s Red, White & Screwed, and is expected to be released later this year. The band writes:

“Just finished our very last rehearsel. Onward towards our 10th album “Busted, Broke and American”. Entering the studio next week! Be fkn ready you knuckleheads.”

M.O.D. is currently embarking on the “New Record of Destruction” tour, which includes only West Coast shows.



M.O.D. announce “New Record of Destruction” tour

Crossover thrash legends M.O.D. have announced they will embark on the “New Record of Destruction” tour in April and May, which includes only shows in the West Coast. The dates and locations can be found below.

M.O.D.’s last studio album, Red, White & Screwed, was released in 2007, and they will enter the studio next month to begin recording a new album, which is expected to be released later this year.



M.O.D. begin countdown to new album

Crossover thrash legends M.O.D. have posted a countdown clock of days, hours, minutes and seconds until they announce the details of their long-awaited new album, which will likely be their final one, and is scheduled to be recorded next month at a studio in Oakland with producer Juan Urteaga.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the new M.O.D. record come to light. The band’s last studio album, Red, White & Screwed, was released in 2007. Last June, M.O.D. posted a free download of their first song in seven years titled “Hermano”.