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Chicago pop punks The Mizzerables stream new release

The Mizzerables have released “No Sleeves” via bandcamp. You can name your own price for the three new tracks and check out the stream below.

I can never get enough Illinois pop punk, especially when it’s free.



The Mizzerables stream new album, “As I Am”

Chicago punks The Mizzerables released their second full-length album, As I Am, on March 1st, and you can give it a listen below.  The 12-track album falls heavily on the punk side of pop punk, and it is the band’s first release since 2013’s Every Last Stitch, which was also released on Whoa! Records.  If you like what you hear, you can buy yourself a copy here.

The Mizzerables aren’t going to take very long to savor their new album, as they already have a 4-song EP in the works.  These songs are the first the band has written since Pete Mittler (Methadones, Naked Raygun, The Bomb, Bollweevils) joined the band.  Joe Mizzi has said about the new songs, “The new EP grew out of us having a lot of fun when Pete joined the band. Things fell into place right away. I say the word Fuck a lot, so my Mom won’t listen to it.”

The Mizzerables will open for ska-punk mainstays Less Than Jake at the Double Door in Chicago tonight.



The Mizzerables announce new album “As I Am”

At long last, Chicago punks The Mizzerables have unveiled release details for their new album As I Am. The twelve-song release is due to hit the streets March 1st on digital and CD formats, with a targeted vinyl release date of August 1st.

Pre-orders are available right here, and they include immediate downloads of the title track and another song titled “Drinkin’ Brews and Singin’ The Blues.” Both songs can be heard below.

As I Am will be The Mizzerables’ second full-length album, serving as a follow-up to 2013’s Every Last Stitch on Whoa! Records.



The Mizzerables offer free download of new single, premiere music video

Chicago punks The Mizzerables announced they would be releasing a new album titled As I Am early last month. Today, the band put out the record’s title track as a 2-song single, and released a music video for the song.

You can check out the 2 tracks and music video below, and download the single on their Bandcamp page.

No official release date has been set for the new record, but we’ll keep you posted as more details come to light. The Mizzerables released their debut full-length Every Last Stitch in July of 2013 through Whoa! Records.



The Mizzerables (punk) announce dates for tour and tease album release

Chicago punks The Mizzerables have a string of tour dates coming up, and all you midwestern punks should check them out.  Get the full list of dates below.

The band is also hard at work on a new album called As I Am.  Although the release date has not been announced yet, we will let you know as soon as it is.  Stay tuned for the first single, which will debut on October 20th.

 

As I Am will be released via Whoa! Records.  It is the band’s first album since 2013’s Every Last Stitch.



The Mizzerables announce new album ‘As I Am’

The Mizzerables have released a brief Instagram video to announce a brand new full length, As I Am. You can check out the video here.

No other details have been made available yet, but we’ll keep you posted.

The Mizzerables released their debut full-length, Every Last Stitch, on July 23rd, 2013 through Whoa! Records.



Underground Communique releases free comp (featuring The Mizzerables, Awkward Age, and more)

Underground Communique Records have released a name-your-price compilation titled No Stress. The album features new tracks by bands such as The Mizzerables, Awkward Age, Barons, and more. You can stream it below, or buy/download it here.



The Mizzerables stream cover of Buddy Holly’s “Rave On”

Chicago punks The Mizzerables have released the latest installment in their “Undercover” series! The band has covered “Rave On” by Buddy Holly. Check it out below.

The Mizzerables released their debut full-length “Every Last Stitch” on July 23rd, 2013 through Whoa! Records. Be sure to head over to the Mizzerables’s Bandcamp to check out some of the previous installments in the “Undercover” series.



The Mizzerables begin recording new album

According to a recent update posted on their official website, Chicago punks The Mizzerables have begun recording a new full-length album to serve as a follow-up to 2013’s Every Last Stitch. Here’s an excerpt from the update:

“This isn’t a total mystery, I’ve been sharing some updates on Facebook and Twitter, but since we are now at the point where we have the material written, and are now working out the final details for recording, I feel it’s appropriate to make it official for those in the know. We will be recording a follow up to last year’s Every Last Stitch over the coming months. We will be getting together tomorrow evening to hash out the final details. Recording may take place at a few different locations depending on the resources we have at hand. Our goal with this album, as with the last, is to get as high quality of a recording as we can with the limited resources we have. We will also be talking tomorrow about doing a fund raising campaign for the album, which will help us with recording costs, mastering, marketing, pressing, and all of the other high expenses that go along with making an album. There are a number of sites out there that provide this service to bands, and choosing which one to use will likely be the most difficult piece of that equation.

About the album, it is currently untitled, but it will be about 10-13 songs that we have written over the past 6-9 months. I’ve said from the start of this band that I did not want us to stick to a formula for what we do, and I look forward to this album being another step in that direction. While we have generally been considered some form of a punk band (punk rock, pop-punk, post-punk… do any of those even mean anything anymore?), and that will always be somewhere in the roots of what we do, this album will see us stepping out into new territory. Our goal is to have all tracking of the album completed by late June to early July. For those that participate in the fundraising campaign, that should put the album in your hands around late August if everything goes to plan, with a broad release date sometime this fall depending on if we will be doing the full release ourselves or with a partner.”

We’ll be sure to keep you all posted as more details on The Mizzerables’ new record come to light!

For the time being, I highly recommend you head over to Bandcamp and check out their debut full-length Every Last Stitch. It’s free to download but it wouldn’t hurt to kick a few bucks the band’s way.



The Mizzerables stream cover of The Talking Heads’ “Wild Wild Life” (feat. John Kay from Koffin Kats)

Chicago punks The Mizzerables have released the latest installment in their “Undercover” series! This time, they’re joined by Koffin Kats guitarist John Kay in covering “Wild Wild Life” by The Talking Heads.

Give it a listen below and be sure to head over to their Bandcamp to check out some of the previous installments in the “Undercover” series.

The Mizzerables released their debut full-length Every Last Stitch on July 23rd, 2013 through Whoa! Records.



The Mizzerables release music video for their song “One More Day”

Chicago punk act The Mizzerables have released a music video for their song “One More Day.” The track is off their most recent album “Every Last Stitch”, released July 23rd, 2013 through Whoa! Records.

Check out the video below.



The Mizzerables stream cover of “Wrecking Ball”

Chicago punk act The Mizzerables have just posted the next cover song installment of their “Mizzerables Undercover Series.” This time, they are covering “Wrecking Ball” by, yes, Miley Cyrus. Check it out below.

The Mizzerables last released “Every Last Stitch” on July 23rd via Whoa! Records.



The Mizzerables stream cover of “Still Uneasy”

Chicago punks The Mizzerables have released a cover of “Still Uneasy” originally from Pegboy. Check it out below.

The Mizzerables last released “Every Last Stitch” on July 23rd via Whoa! Records.



The Mizzerables stream cover of “(I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone”

Chicago punks The Mizzerables have released a cover of “(I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone” written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart and made popular by The Monkees. Influential DC punk band Minor Threat had recorded their own version of the song and this track was originally released on a Minor Threat tribute album. The song is now being included as part of the group’s “Mizzerables Undercover Series” and you can stream it below.



The Mizzerables stream new cover of “Cash on the Barrelhead”

Chicago punk act The Mizzerables have just posted the next cover song installment of their “Mizzerables Undercover Series.” This week the band brings you “Cash on the Barrelhead” originally from the Louvin Brothers.

Check it out below!

The Mizzerables last released “Every Last Stitch” on July 23rd via Whoa! Records.