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Dead To Me recording new music

According to recent activity on their social media pages, San Francisco punks Dead To Me are in the studio recording new music.

A picture of what looks like the inside of Motor Studios was posted on the band’s official Facebook page earlier this week, but all the caption said was “Party.” Guitarist Ken Yamazaki posted the same picture on his Twitter page, with the caption “Recording is fun.”

As you may recall, the band announced plans for a new album titled American Son of Cholo back in 2014. However, they haven’t confirmed that’s what they’re currently recording. Stay tuned as more info becomes available.

Dead To Me’s last record Moscow Penny Ante was released in 2011 on Fat Wreck Chords.

The Dwarves embark on European tour

Punk legends The Dwarves are embarking on a European tour, which kicked off tonight in Madrid, Spain. Check out the dates and locations below to see if there’s a show near you.

The band last released an EP titled Gentleman Blag in November, 2014 through Fat Wreck Chords. Their latest full-length album The Dwarves Invented Rock & Roll came out in August of the same year on Recess Records.

Fat Wreck announces Punk Rock Holiday comp ft. unreleased songs by NOFX, Strung Out, etc.

The good people at Fat Wreck Chords have announced they will be releasing a special, limited edition compilation for this year’s Punk Rock Holiday. The comp titled Fat Wreck Holiday 2016 will feature previously unreleased songs by NOFX, Strung Out, and Swingin’ Utters.

It will be limited to 200 flexi disc copies, which will only be available to purchase at Punk Rock Holiday. So unless you plan on making the trek to Slovenia this August, you’re pretty much SOL.

For more info on the 2016 edition of Punk Rock Holiday, head over to the festival’s official website.

Get Dead stream new album “Honesty Lives Elsewhere” in its entirety

San Francisco punks Get Dead have made their new album Honestly Lives Elsewhere available to stream in its entirety. You can give the record a listen below.

Honesty Lives Elsewhere releases this Friday, July 29th on Fat Wreck Chords. It will be Get Dead’s first full-length since 2013′s Bad News.

Useless ID release music video for “We Don’t Want the Airwaves”

Israeli punks Useless ID have released a music video for their song “We Don’t Want the Airwaves,” and you can check it out below.

The band’s latest album State is Burning was released on July 1st through Fat Wreck Chords.

Less Than Jake announce more “Losing Streak” & “Hello Rockview” shows

Back in March, Less Than Jake embarked on a short tour playing their classic albums Losing Streak and Hello Rockview in their entirety every night. If that tour didn’t stop in your city, we may have some good news for you. The Gainesville ska-punk veterans just announced a few more full-album shows for these records!

The newly announced shows will take place in Boston, Virginia Beach, and Long Island. The first two stops will see the band playing both albums front-to-back over the course of 2 nights. Long Island will be limited to one show, at which they will play Losing Streak.

More info and links to grab tickets can be found below.

Less Than Jake’s latest album See The Light was released in 2013 on Fat Wreck Chords.

Bad Cop/Bad Cop announce Midwest tour

Los Angeles pop-punks Bad Cop/Bad Cop have announced they will be playing a handful of shows in the Midwest this September. The tour kicks off at the Triple Rock Social Club in Minneapolis on the 9th, and wraps up at Chicago’s Riot Fest on the 16th.

Check out the dates and locations below to see if they’re stopping near you.

Bad Cop/Bad Cop’s debut album Not Sorry came out in June, 2015 through Fat Wreck Chords. They have since released a split 7″ with Barb Wire Dolls.

NOFX announce new album “First Ditch Effort,” stream single “Six Years on Dope”

California punk legends NOFX have announced their new album First Ditch Effort will be released this October 7th through Fat Wreck Chords. Additionally, they are streaming a new track from the record titled “Six Years on Dope.”

You can give the song a listen and check out the album’s tracklist below.

First Ditch Effort will be NOFX’s first full-length release in 4 years, serving as a follow-up to 2012′s Self Entitled.

Mad Caddies announce European tour dates

California ska-punk veterans Mad Caddies have announced they will be touring Europe in August. See if they’re stopping near you below.

The band recently began working on a new album. Their last full-length Dirty Rice was released in 2014 on Fat Wreck Chords.

New Music: Get Dead stream “Dyin’ Is Thirsty Work” from upcoming full-length, “Honesty Lives Elsewhere”

San Francisco punks Get Dead have released another new track from their forthcoming album, Honesty Lives Elsewhere. It’s called “Dyin’ Is Thirsty Work,” and you can check it out here.

Honesty Lives Elsewhere is set for release one week from today (July 29th) via Fat Wreck Chords. The album serves as a followup to Get Dead’s 2014 EP, Bygones. The band’s previous full-length release was their 2013 Fat Wreck debut, Bad News.

First public screenings announced for Fat Wreck Chords documentary “A Fat Wreck”

The first round of public screenings for the Fat Wreck Chords documentary produced by [open-ended] films has been announced!

Currently, A Fat Wreck is set to show in 15 theaters across the US and in other parts of the world over the next 3 months.

Check out the screening dates/locations below, and get your tickets here. If you’d like to stay updated as more screenings are announced, join the film’s mailing list.

toyGuitar announce “Move Like a Ghost” EP

San Francisco’s toyGuitar have announced they will be releasing a new EP titled Move Like a Ghost on September 2nd through Fat Wreck Chords.

Like their 2015 debut album In This Mess, the EP was recorded with Chris Dugan (Green Day, The Phenomenauts, etc.) at JingleTown Recording in Oakland, CA.

Check out the EP’s cover art and tracklist below, and stay tuned for more details.

Frenzal Rhomb celebrating 25th anniversary with ‘best of’ album & ‘by request’ tour

Coming up on their 25th anniversary, Australian punk veterans Frenzal Rhomb have announced they’ll be celebrating the special occasion with a career-spanning ‘best of’ album titled We Lived Like Kings (We Did Anything We Wanted).

The record’s tracklist (seen below) features 35 fan-favorites like “Never Had So Much Fun,” “Punch in the Face,” and “You Are Not My Friend,” fully remastered by Bill Stevenson. It will be available on CD & digital on August 19th, and as a double LP on September 30th.

In support of the record’s release, Frenzal Rhomb will be touring Australia, but they’re putting a special twist on these shows. Instead of playing the same set every night of the tour, the band will let fans choose the songs they play. All of the dates and locations can be seen below.

Head over here to pre-order We Lived Like Kings (We Did Anything We Wanted).

Get Dead announce European tour dates

San Francisco punks Get Dead have announced a bunch more tour dates on top of what’s already shaping up as a busy year. Following their upcoming tours of Japan and the US’ west coast, the quintet will embark on a three-week European tour.

Check out their full tour rundown below.

Get Dead’s upcoming album Honesty Lives Elsewhere is due out on July 29th via Fat Wreck Chords. The band’s previous full-length release was their 2013 Fat Wreck debut Bad News.

Frenzal Rhomb & Useless ID announce Japanese shows

Frenzal Rhomb and Useless ID have announced they’ll be playing 3 shows in Japan this October. More info on when and where they’ll be stopping can be found below.

The Rhomb’s latest album Smoko At The Pet Food Factory was released in 2011 on Fat Wreck Chords. Useless ID’s new record State Is Burning came out on July 1st through the same label.