The Briggs working on new full-length, new single being released next week

Los Angeles punk rockers The Briggs will be releasing a new single for a song called “Panic” on May 1st.  The tune is just the first bit of new material from the band after their hiatus.  According to this interview with Joey Briggs, the band is back together working on a full-length album and planning a European tour.

The group also recorded songs for upcoming tribute albums for both Rancid and The Adolescents.  Looks like they’ll be doing “Who Wouldn’t Thought” for Rancid and “Kids Of The Black Hole” for The Adolescents.  We’re still tracking down details for the tribute albums but you can hear clips of each song in the video.

The Briggs released their last album, Come All You Madmen, in 2008 on SideOneDummy Records. Also, you should check out our Dying Scene Sessions with Joey Briggs.

May 20 House of Blues Anaheim


Jun 30 Popocafepetl (Joey solo) Praha, CZECH REPUBLIC

Jul 2 SGA (Joey Solo) Arese, Milano, ITALY

Jul 7 Dogzstar (Joey Solo) Istanbul, Beyoğlu, TURKEY

Jul 17 Cortina Bob (Joey Solo) Berlin, GERMANY

Jul 18 Bei Chez Heinz (Joey Solo) Hannover, GERMANY

Jul 19 Hafenklang (Joey Solo) Hamburg, GERMANY

Jul 20 La Miroiterie (Joey Solo) Paris, FRANCE

Jul 22 Maya Mexican Bar (Joey Solo) Bonn, GERMANY

Jul 24 Baracke (Joey Solo) Münster, Nordrhein-, GERMANY – 7:00 PM

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