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Sharp/Shock announce new album “Youth Club”

CA punks Sharp/Shock have just announced their new album “Youth Club.” The three piece will be releasing the album on May 25, but between now and then you can catch them on tour with Against Me! and Chris Farren.

Make sure you put your pre order in here.

Check out the “Youth Club” track list and tour dates below.

Sharp/Shock (punk) release music video for “Troublemaker”

California’s Sharp/Shock have released a music video for their song “Troublemaker.”

You can check it out below.

“Troublemaker” comes from the bands’ latest album Unlearn Everything, which was released on June 10th, 2016 via Heart & Skull Records.

Dylan Flynn puts bass to good use for charity

Dylan Flynn and Dan Andriano of Alkaline Trio.

For most of us, punk rock is a refuge when things get tough, both for those who listen and maybe even more so for those who play. But what happens when tragedy strikes, and playing music cannot be a part of your life anymore?  Read on below to learn more about Dylan Flynn’s story.

Sharp/Shock (punk) stream new album “Unlearn Everything”

California’s Sharp/Shock are proud to stream their new album Unlearn Everything, which you can check out here.

Unlearn Everything was released via Heart & Skull Records  (started by Blink 182 and Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba) June 10th and if you haven’t yet, check out their music video to the single “Away From the Man” below.

Alkaline Trio will play all 8 records in 4 nights

Alkaline Trio  fans, this is a big one.  The band has announced that they will once again play all 8 of their albums over the course of 4 nights (if my math is right, that means they’ll do 2 albums per night), then they’ll do it 7 more times.  That’s a total of 4 nights spent in 8 lucky cities.  The Past Live Tour will kick off in the spring of 2015, and you can find all the dates below.

Some of you may have already caught the first round of All 8 shows, which happened this past October in Brooklyn, L.A., and Chicago.

Derek Grant (Alkaline Trio) details upcoming solo album “Breakdown”

Alkaline Trio drummer Derek Grant has started a rock solo side-project and has recently released some details about his debut solo album, Breakdown. Slated for release on January 20, 2015 via Red Scare Industries, the album will feature eight emotionally-charged tracks of the multi-instrumental artist’s creation. It is available for pre-order here.

On the album, Grant commented:

Breakdown just seemed appropriate for what I was going through at the time. My relationship had fallen apart and I was dealing with it in some very unhealthy ways. The upside was I started writing lyrics for the first time in nearly a decade.

Aside from his work with Alkaline Trio since 2001, Grant has also played in The Vandals and The Suicide Machines. has even filled in on guitar for Face To Face and The Gaslight Anthem.

Live Video: Alkaline Trio perform ‘Crimson’ and ‘Good Mourning’ in Chicago

As you may be aware, Alkaline Trio has been spending the better part of this month playing some discography shows around LA, Chicago, and Brooklyn (and if you hadn’t heard, you can read more about that here). On Sunday, October 19 at Metro Chicago, they streamed their performance of their albums Crimson and Good Mourning. If you weren’t lucky enough to catch it live- we’ve got you covered. You can now watch a video of the entire set below.

Alkaline Trio released Good Mourning on May 13, 2003 and Crimson on May 23, 2005, both through Vagrant Records.

Alkaline Trio to play all 8 albums over 4 nights in 3 cities.

Alkaline Trio fans, rejoice!  The band has announced plans to play all 8 of their albums over 4 nights in 3 different cities.  This will be happening in October and will take place in Los Angeles, Chicago, and Brooklyn.

Check out the dates and locations below.

Alkaline Trio last released My Shame Is True last year via Epitaph Records.

Mike Felumlee (ex-Alkaline Trio, Smoking Popes) streaming new split

Mike Felumlee, formerly of Alkaline Trio and Smoking Popes, has a new split on the way with P.K. Workman. You can stream the whole thing over here.

The split drops tomorrow on Broken Heart Records.


Alkaline Trio and New Found Glory added to Skate and Surf 2014 lineup

Alkaline Trio and New Found Glory have been added to the lineup for Skate and Surf 2014, which already featured previously announced bands like Knuckle Puck, Pianos Become The TeethLike Moths To Flames, and many others.

The 2014 edition of the long-running festival is set to take place on the 17th and 18th of May in Asbury Park, New Jersey. You can check out the full lineup and get your tickets right here.

Blast From The Past: Alkaline Trio live footage from 1997

Here’s some pretty awesome Blast from the Past footage. Asian Man Records has just shared some footage from an Alkaline Trio performance from 1997. The video was taken by a fan named Carlo who had this to say:

I filmed this in high school at a local church outside Chicago. This was very early footage. They didn’t have a CD out yet, you could only buy a tape. Their merch was screen printed resale shirts.

Check it out below, so you can get all nostalgic and what not.

Tour announcement: Alkaline Trio/Bayside

Alkaline Trio are heading overseas next spring, and they’re taking Bayside with them.

The bands have announced a list of tour dates in the UK and Europe next April and May. Get a full list of the dates and locations here.

Alkaline Trio have less than two weeks left on their current US tour with New Found Glory and H2O.

As we found out earlier this morning, Bayside have a new album coming out in February. You can read more details on that right here.

They also have a few east-coast concerts scheduled in December with Man Overboard and Modern Baseball.

Alkaline Trio stream cover of No Use For A Name’s “Straight From The Jacket”

The gents in Alkaline Trio are streaming a cover of No Use For A Name‘s “Straight From The Jacket,” which will be appearing on “The Songs Of Tony Sly: A Tribute.” Here’s what frontman Matt Skiba had to say about the track and being included on the tribute album:

“Being a part of this tribute is an absolute honor. Tony was a beautiful human and an extremely talented songwriter. I first heard ‘Straight from the Jacket’ on a No Use for a Name record I bought as a kid and it has always been one of my favorite songs. To be able to cover this song in particular is very special for me and my band. We wanted to record the song in a different style than the original without taking away from its brilliance. We can only hope that Tony would approve.”

You can stream Alkaline Trio’s cover of “Straight From The Jacket” right here.

Fat Wreck Chords will be releasing “The Songs Of Tony Sly: A Tribute,” which will also feature No Use and Tony Sly covers from NOFX, Bad Religion, Strung Out, Rise Against, Pennywise, Lagwagon, and many others, on October 29th. Pre-orders are available here.

Matt Skiba & Heather Gabel to hold art exhibition

Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio, and long time merch designer Heather Gabel, have teamed up to put together an art exhibition  entitled Disappear Hear. 

The show will be running October 4th – 25th at Johalla Projects in Chicago.

You can check out some pieces, and get some more information by clicking here.

Music Video: Alkaline Trio – “I Wanna Be A Warhol” live

Last week, Alkaline Trio performed a small, exclusive show for 50 invited fans.

The result is a little live video for the band’s song, “I Wanna Be A Warhol”.

The track appears on the band’s most recent album, “My Shame Is True” which was released in April through Heart and Skull / Epitaph.

Check it out here.

You can also view a little acoustic version of “I Wanna Be A Warhol” here.