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Sublime With Rome accuse Linkin Park of calling the cops on them for the use of marijuana

Rap metal icons Linkin Park have been accused of calling the cops on Sublime With Rome for the use of marijuana on the day both bands performed at last weekend’s KFMA Day festival. In regards to this incident, Sublime With Rome frontman and guitarist Rome Ramirez tweeted the following message:

“Linkin Park called the cops on us and said that they were allergic to pot. Cops came and took all our weed while we on stage. Bitch shit.”

Sublime With Rome are currently working on a new album for a 2015 release. Not only will it be their first album since 2011’s Yours Truly, but their first without drummer Bud Gaugh, who left the band back in December 2011.



Rome Ramirez comments on possibility of Sublime With Rome reunion with Bud Gaugh

During a recent interviewSublime With Rome frontman Rome Ramirez was asked if drummer Bud Gaugh (who left back in December 2011) is out of the band for good. He replied:

“It’s not so much that he’s not coming back. Both parties are happy with where we are at. Never is a very strong word, so, I’ll never say never-to quote the wonderful Justin Bieber. I will say that we are really happy where we are at in the band with Josh Freese. Bud is in a kid’s band right now sort of like The Wiggles and I think he’s really stoked on that, we tour a lot, and he can be home more; so we are all happy just doing our own separate thing.”

Bud Gaugh has since been replaced by Josh Freese (The Vandals, Devo, Guns N’ Roses, A Perfect Circle, touring member of Nine Inch Nails, and session musician for The OffspringSocial DistortionSuicidal Tendencies, etc.). Sublime With Rome is currently working on a new album for a 2015 release.



Interview: Rome Ramirez talks new Sublime With Rome and solo material, roots and more

Hey reggae-punk fans, we were able to pin down Rome of Sublime With Rome for a quick Q&A that you’ll probably want to check out.  We were able to get some answers as to what we can expect on his upcoming debut solo full-length, when we can expect a new Sublime With Rome album and a whole lot more.

Check out the interview below.



Rome releases music video for single “Terrorista”

Rome of Sublime With Rome is working on a solo career and has released a music video for new single “Terrorista”, which you can check out below.

Rome recently told Rapid City Journal that Sublime with Rome’s next album won’t be released until 2015. You can read his full statement here.



No new Sublime With Rome album until 2015

Yes, 2015 is still far away, but Sublime With Rome singer and guitarist Rome Ramirez has recently told Rapid City Journal that the band’s next album won’t be released until then. He explains:

“We have a studio rig with us on this tour and a designated room where we’re going to be doing pre-production for an album we plan on dropping at the top of 2015.”

Then he continued, “It’s kind of the starting stages. This tour, ironically, is going to really be the start of us all getting in a room together and writing an album from scratch. I’m excited to put these ideas into actual songs and have them recorded this summer.”

Sublime With Rome last released Yours Truly in July 2011 on Fueled By Ramen. Drummer Bud Gaugh left the band five months after its release, and was replaced by Josh Freese (The Vandals, Devo, Guns N’ Roses, A Perfect Circle, touring member of Nine Inch Nails, and session musician of The OffspringSocial DistortionSuicidal Tendencies, etc.).



Sublime With Rome to tour Europe in November

After they go on tour with Pennywise or Descendents (or both), Sublime With Rome will be embarking on a short tour of Europe in November. Support acts, on selected dates, include Rise AgainstParkway Drive, Enter Shikari and Billy Talent. All the dates can be found here.

Sublime With Rome recently announced that they are expected to begin work on a new album towards the end of this year. They last released Yours Truly in July 2011 on Fueled By Ramen, which would be their only release with drummer Bud Gaugh, who left the band five months after its release.



Rome Ramirez (Sublime with Rome) performs acoustic version of “You Better Listen”

Sublime With Rome frontman and guitarist Rome Ramirez performs an acoustic version of the band’s song, “You Better Listen”.

In the video, Ramirez explains that this was “the first song he ever wrote with Sublime”, and describes what it was like to be in front of one of his favorite childhood bands.

Check it out here.

The band recently announced that they will be working on a new album before years’ end. Sublime With Rome last released Yours Truly in July 2011 on Fueled By Ramen. Drummer Bud Gaugh left the band five months after its release, and was replaced by Josh Freese (The Vandals, Devo, Guns N’ Roses, A Perfect Circle, touring member of Nine Inch Nails, and session musician of The OffspringSocial DistortionSuicidal Tendencies, etc.).



The Wonder Years, Flogging Molly, Sublime With Rome & more added to Warped Tour UK lineup

More bands, including The Wonder Years, Flogging Molly, Sublime With Rome, Chiodos, and The Maine, have been added to the lineup for the 2013 edition of Warped Tour UK, which will be taking place on November 17th and 18th at Alexandra Place in London.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on Warped Tour UK surface. For now, you can purchase your tickets for it right here.



Sublime With Rome to begin recording new album by the end of this year

Sublime With Rome frontman and guitarist Rome Ramirez has apparently told Inland Empire Weekly that the band is going to start recording a new album by the end of the year. While he did not give any information about the record, Rome commented on both the band’s future and new music:

“We plan on taking the band as far as we can take it. We will always, always, always retain the roots of the band, play their classic music and stay within the vein on new songs, but we will also challenge ourselves as artists to grow.”

Sublime With Rome last released Yours Truly in July 2011 on Fueled By Ramen. Drummer Bud Gaugh left the band five months after its release, and was replaced by Josh Freese (The Vandals, Devo, Guns N’ Roses, A Perfect Circle, touring member of Nine Inch Nails, and session musician of The OffspringSocial DistortionSuicidal Tendencies, etc.).



Sublime w/ Rome announce tour dates with Pennywise, Descendents

Wow, talk about a great lineup. Sublime w/ Rome have announced their summer tour dates, most of which feature Pennywise or Descendents (or both). Click here to check out the date and location listings.

Sublime With Rome last released Yours Truly in 2011 on Fueled By Ramen. The band has reportedly been working on a second album.



The Offspring to headline final night of Ink-N-Iron Festival

Long Beach’s annual tattoo and music convention, Ink-N-Iron has announced that Orange County natives, The Offspring, will headline Sunday night of the festival.

Ink-N-Iron runs June 7 – 9 this year and boasts a lineup including Iggy and the Stooges, Sublime with Rome, The Dwarves and a ton of other equally punk rock bands.

The best part about it? It all goes down on the Queen Mary, aka A GIANT BOAT. Try not to get seasick.



Sublime With Rome announce South American tour dates with The Dirty Heads

Sublime With Rome have announced that they are going to tour South America again in March, this time with The Dirty Heads supporting them. All the dates can be found here.

Sublime With Rome last released Yours Truly in 2011 on Fueled By Ramen. The band has reportedly been working on a second album. The Dirty Heads’ latest album, Cabin by the Sea, came out last June on Five Seven Music Records.



Music Video: Rome – “Seasons”

Rome Ramirez, of Sublime With Rome, has released a music video for his song “Seasons”.  You can watch the video here.

The song comes off from his debut EP Dedication, which was released June 12th on Fueled By Ramen. Rome has mentioned that he has hopes to record a follow up LP sometime in the next year.



Sublime With Rome frontman to hit the road again (solo) in November

Sublime With Rome frontman Rome Ramirez is heading back on the road this fall.  He’ll be making stops in the Pacific West, the Midwest, and the East Coast.  For full tour dates, click on this link.

Rome released his debut EP Dedication back in June, via Fueled By Ramen Records.  Just recently, we brought you Rome’s solo acoustic cover of Sublime’s “Badfish”.  You can check out his take on the song right here.



Video: Rome Ramirez (Sublime With Rome) performs solo acoustic cover of “Badfish”

Sublime With Rome recently wrapped up a month-long, cross-country US tour with a few dates in the great State of Florida.

Frontman Rome Ramirez stopped by South Florida radio station Gater 98.7 and played a few acoustic tracks. Click here to watch his performance of the classic Sublime track “Badfish,” as well as “Oz Of Love” and “Dedication” from Rome’s solo EP.

Sublime With Rome released “Yours Truly” last year via Fueled By Ramen.