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Rancid release music video for three new songs off “Honor Is All We Know”

Posted by Midwest Punk on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 7:07 AM (PST)

Now that we know all the details there are to know about Rancid‘s new upcoming album, Honor Is All We Know, how about we actually hear some of the music? Check out not one, not two, but three full songs from the new album below.

The video features the songs “Collision Course,” the title track, “Honor Is All We Know,” and “Evil’s My Friend.” It also features some guest vocals by Skinhead Rob and guest keyboards from Kevin Bivona of The Interrupters.

Once again, Honor Is All We Know is due out October 27th, and preorders are now up here.

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Over the past few days, Rancid have slowly released all of the remaining details about their new album, Honor Is All We Know. Today, we’re finally learning the album’s expected release date, which is October 27th. Check out the other details here.

They’ve also started taking preorders for the album, including multiple colors of vinyl, as well as CD and cassette versions, and extras that include a t-shirt, signed screenprinted poster, buttons, stickers, and even a skate deck. Vinyl orders will also come with a 7-inch, including two songs not on the album. Choose your option and place your order here.

Over the weekend, the band released the official cover art and tracklist for the album, which was produced by Bad Religion guitarist and Epitaph Records founder Brett Gurewitz. Rancid’s last full-length release was Let The Dominoes Fall, which came out in 2009.

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Yesterday, California punk veterans Rancid revealed the cover art for their highly-anticipated upcoming album Honor Is All We Know.  Now they have unveiled the record’s tracklist and it surprisingly doesn’t include 2012′s “Fuck You,” which was previously branded as the album’s lead single.

You can check out the full tracklist for Honor Is All We Know below.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on Honor Is All We Know come to light. The album was produced by Bad Religion guitarist and Epitaph Records founder Brett Gurewitz, and it serves as a follow-up to 2009′s Let the Dominoes Fall.

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Rancid reveal cover art for upcoming album “Honor Is All We Know”

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 12:05 PM (PST)

California punk veterans Rancid have revealed the cover art for their long-awaited new album Honor Is All We Know, which still has no set release date.  You can check it out below.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on Honor Is All We Know come to light. The album was produced by Bad Religion guitarist and Epitaph Records founder Brett Gurewitz, and it serves as a follow-up to 2009′s Let the Dominoes Fall.

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California ska-punks Left Alone have released another teaser video for their upcoming album Harbor Area, and you can check it out below.

Harbor Area is set to be released on September 23rd through Hellcat Records and Smelvis Records. It will serve as a follow-up to the band’s 2013 EP Hate The Day.

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California ska-punk veterans Left Alone have announced their new album Harbor Area will be released on September 23rd through Hellcat Records and Smelvis Records.

You can check out a teaser video featuring a clip of new song below, and get your pre-orders in over here.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on Harbor Area come to light. Left Alone last released an EP titled Hate The Day in early 2013, and they will be appearing on the upcoming Rancid tribute album Hooligans United.

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More bands added to tracklist for Rancid tribute album

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at 3:57 PM (PST)

More bands have been added to the upcoming Rancid tribute album Hooligans United, which will see Street Dogs, Mustard Plug, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Left Alone, and many others covering songs from throughout the legendary California punk act’s long career.

You can check out the 43-song tribute’s full tracklist below.

Hellcat Records and Smelvis Records haven’t announced an official release date for Hooligans United, but we’ll be sure to keep you posted as more details come to light.

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The Interrupters now have a full-length album out, and a couple of the band members recently talked about the album, and a lot of other stuff, with the Jackknife podcast. Listen to the whole interview below.

Aimee and Kevin talk in depth about various topics, including working closely with Rancid‘s Tim Armstrong, the influence of Bob Marley, how they became a band, and the important role family plays in their music.

The Interrupters self-titled debut album is out today (August 5th) on Hellcat Records (and in this editor’s opinion, it’s simply fantastic).

They’re headed out on tour this fall with Less Than Jake and Big D & The Kids Table. Check out the dates/locations here.

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The Interrupters stream self-titled debut album

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Monday, July 28, 2014 at 12:31 PM (PST)

Earlier today The Interrupters premiered a new song from their upcoming self-titled debut album. Now they’re streaming the entire record, and you can give it a listen below.

The album was produced by Tim Armstrong of Rancid, and it’s set to be released on August 5th through Hellcat Records.

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The Interrupters stream new song “Take Back The Power”

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Monday, July 28, 2014 at 10:13 AM (PST)

SoCal ska punks The Interrupters are streaming a new song entitled “Take Back The Power,” which will be appearing on their upcoming self-titled debut album. You can give the track a listen below.

The band’s debut album was produced by Tim Armstrong of Rancid, and it’s set to be released on August 5th through Hellcat Records.

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English punk veterans GBH will be spending September touring North America, playing 1981′s Leather, Bristles, Studs and Acne front-to-back! Details on when and where they’ll be stopping can be found below.

GBH’s latest full-length album Perfume and Piss was released back in 2010 through Hellcat Records.

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SoCal ska punks The Interrupters have released a music video for their song “A Friend Like Me”, which will be featured on the band’s upcoming self-titled debut LP.

The album was produced by Tim Armstrong, and will hit stores on August 5th through Hellcat Records.

You can check the video out below.

The band will be touring around the Western part of the US at the end of this month and through August; you can check out a list of tour dates and locations below.

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So this is pretty rad.  Rancid front man Tim Armstrong did an improvised and pretty cool acoustic set at the Music 4 Cancer booth during this year’s Amnesia Rockfest.  Apparently he just randomly walked across the street outside the Rockfest perimeter and jammed out a handful of classics with a little help from The Interrupters.

Check out the fan-filmed video below.

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SoCal ska punks The Interrupters have released a music video for their song “Family,” featuring a cameo appearance from Rancid guitarist/vocalist Tim Armstrong who has guest vocals on the track.

You can check the video out below.

The Interrupters’ self-titled album, which was produced by Mr. Armstrong, is set to be released on August 5th through Hellcat Records.

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Happy (belated) 20th anniversary to Rancid’s “Let’s Go”!

Posted by ChrisDude on Monday, June 23, 2014 at 7:11 PM (PST)

This past Saturday marked 20 years since Rancid released their second studio album Let’s Go, which broke the band into the punk rock mainstream. To commemorate this anniversary, Stereogum wrote a lengthy column about Let’s Go, which focuses on the making album and its success as well as the band’s history. Here’s an excerpt from the article:

“With Let’s Go, intentionally or not, Rancid banged together a blueprint for American gutter-punk life, knocking out 23 songs in 44 minutes, most of them about living punk life in economically stratified America, its liner notes stuffed with thank-yous to random regional punk bands and reproduced punk-show fliers. And in the wake of Green Day and the Offspring taking off out of nowhere during the summer of 1994, Rancid suddenly emerged as the grittier, realer cousin of those two bands — albeit the grittier, realer cousin who still wrote catchy-enough songs to get on the radio. The black-and-white video for “Salvation,” which Armstrong directed himself, went into light MTV rotation, and the album eventually went gold. This being the era of the major-label bidding war, Rancid naturally became the subject of their own, but they fended off all advances and stayed with Epitaph — at least until the moment that the ’90s pop-punk boom had died down completely and it made no sense for them to sign, at which point they promptly signed. They were perma-drunk scuzzballs who remade themselves as patron saints of lost causes, and they somehow stumbled into something like stardom in the ’90s, a time when stories like that happened with shocking regularity.”

Let’s Go was originally released on June 21, 1994 on Epitaph, the same era when Green Day and The Offspring brought punk rock back into the mainstream with their respective albums Dookie and Smash. The album peaked position at #2 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart and #97 on the Billboard 200, and spawned one of their famous hits “Salvation”. Let’s Go was certified gold by the RIAA six years after its release.

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