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Teenage Bottlerocket streaming new covers album and 7″

Wyoming pop-punks Teenage Bottlerocket have made their new covers album and 7″ available to stream. You can listen to Stealing the Covers and Goin’ Back to Wyo below.

Both releases came out on July 14th through Fat Wreck Chords. The band will be touring Europe, Australia, and Hawaii in the coming months.



OC45 announces 2017 summer tour dates

Boston punks OC45 will be touring the U.S. and Canada in August and September, and you can find all the dates and places in the tour poster below.

We already told you about OC45’s September dates with Teenage Bottlerocket and MakeWar, but before that, they will hit venues through the Midwest and Pacific Northwest, including a few dates with Seattle’s Burn Burn Burn.

OC45’s most recent release was this year’s Happy Accidents, which came out in January.  You can find their discography here.



Teenage Bottlerocket add European, Australian & Hawaiian dates to tour

Wyoming pop-punks Teenage Bottlerocket have added a ton of dates to their 2017 tour itinerary. In addition to their previously announced east coast shows with OC45, the band will also be touring Europe, Australia, and Hawaii in the coming months.

See if they’re stopping in a town near you by checking out the tour dates below.

Teenage Bottlerocket will be releasing a covers album, fittingly titled Stealing the Covers, on July 14th through Fat Wreck Chords. They’ll be putting out a new 7″ on that date as well.



Teenage Bottlerocket release video for cover “Why the Big Pause”

Wyoming native pop punks Teenage Bottlerocket have just released a brand spanking new video for their cover of The Punchlines “Why the Big Pause.”

The track will be on their anticipated album “Stealing the Covers” which will hit the streets on July 14th via Fat Wreck Chords. 

Check it out below.



Teenage Bottlerocket announce fall dates with OC45

Teenage Bottlerocket have announced a run of east coast tour dates this fall, with Boston punks OC45 providing support. Check out the dates after the jump.



Teenage Bottlerocket announce new 7″

Wyoming pop-punks Teenage Bottlerocket have announced a new 7″ to coincide with their covers album. It’s called Goin’ Back to Wyo, and it features two brand new, original TBR songs.

Like Stealing the Covers, the 7″ will release on July 14th through Fat Wreck Chords. Pre-orders for both releases went up today and are available here and here, respectively.



Teenage Bottlerocket premiere track from upcoming covers album

Wyoming pop-punks Teenage Bottlerocket are streaming a track from their upcoming album Stealing the Covers. It’s a cover of fellow Laramie, WY band Sprocket Nova’s song “Robocop is a Halfbreed Sellout”. Check it out below.

Stealing the Covers is set to release on July 14th through Fat Wreck Chords. TBR last released Tales from Wyoming in 2015 on Rise Records.



Face To Face, The Vandals & more playing Punk Rock Bowling Denver

Punk Rock Bowling organizers have announced the annual punk festival will be returning to Denver in 2017. Bands featured in the first lineup announcement include Face To Face, The Vandals, Lawrence Arms, Street Dogs, and Teenage Bottlerocket, among others.

The 2017 edition of PRB Denver is set to take place June 2nd and 3rd at Summit Music Hall and Marquis Theater. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 14th. Head over here for more info.



Teenage Bottlerocket announce new covers album “Stealing the Covers”

Wyoming pop-punks Teenage Bottlerocket have announced they will be releasing a new covers album titled Stealing the Covers on July 14th through Fat Wreck Chords.

Instead of taking the typical approach to a covers record and covering classics by bands like Bad Religion, TBR decided to put their spin on tracks by lesser-known bands like The Mugwumps, The Scutches, and Varsity Weirdos.

Watch the band’s announcement below for more info.

Teenage Bottlerocket last released Tales from Wyoming in 2015 on Rise Records.



Teenage Bottlerocket recording new album

According to a recent post on their Instagram page, Wyoming pop-punk veterans Teenage Bottlerocket have returned to the Blasting Room and are recording a new album. All we currently know about the record is that it’s slated to release this summer through Fat Wreck Chords.

Teenage Bottlerocket last released Tales from Wyoming in 2015 on Rise Records. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the band’s new album come to light.



Video: The Mr. T Experience perform “She’s Not A Flower” live

The Mr. T Experience stopped by The Rock Room recently to play a few songs. Check out the video from their performance of “She’s Not A Flower” below.

The band also recently announced a short co-headlining tour with Teenage Bottlerocket. Check out the dates/locations for that below the video.

The Mr. T Experience last released a rarities collection, MTX Shards Volume 1, in late 2016.



RTTB Records release tribute to Brandon Carlisle and Teenage Bottlerocket

European based “Ramones-core” label RTTB Records have released a tribute album for the late Brandon Carlisle and Teenage Bottlerocket.

The album features 61 tracks by almost as many bands, and you can give it a listen below.



Ray Carlisle (Teenage Bottlerocket) performs acoustic version of “They Call Me Steve”

Teenage Bottlerocket recently stopped by the Ratio Beerworks taproom in Denver, and singer/guitarist Ray Carlisle was kind enough to share a great drinking story about his late twin brother, Brandon. Ray also played an acoustic set, including the TBR song, “They Call Me Steve.” Watch the video below.

Teenage Bottlerocket last released their album, Tales From Wyoming, in March 2015 via Rise Records. Ray, under the moniker Ray Rocket, released his debut solo album Do You Wanna Go To Tijuana? back in April, also through Rise Records.



RTTB Records announce tribute to Brandon Carlisle and Teenage Bottlerocket

European based “Ramones-core” label RTTB Records have announced that they will be releasing a tribute album for the late Brandon Carlisle and Teenage Bottlerocket.  The tribute is set to be released in December 2016.  To give you an idea of what to expect, the label is currently streaming some snippets of the already recorded songs, which you can check out below.



Bad Religion, Ignite, Teenage Bottlerocket, NOFX and many other bands to play next year’s Ruhrpott Rodeo festival

July’s 10 months away, but the lineup for next year’s Ruhrpott Rodeo festival has already been announced. The fest will take place in Hünxe, Germany from July 21-23, 2017.

Bad ReligionIgnite, Descendents, NOFXUseless ID, Teenage Bottlerocket, Lagwagon and many more bands will be playing the festival.

For more details on next year’s Ruhrpott Rodeo, head over to the festival’s official website.