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Live Video: Good Riddance perform “Letters Home” in Montreal

Santa Cruz punk legends Good Riddance played a show in Montreal, Quebec back on October 1st at the Corona Theatre. The folks over at RAW CUT Media filmed part of the set, and have put it on YouTube for everyone to enjoy. Check out their performance of the track “Letters Home” below.

Good Riddance’s new album Peace In Our Time was released on April 21st of last year through Fat Wreck Chords. Our review of the record can be read here.

Good Riddance announce France shows with Blowfuse

Santa Cruz punk veterans Good Riddance have announced a string of shows in France this coming June with Spain’s Blowfuse. It does not look like much right now, however, the band has stated that more dates are to come.

Check out the currently dates/locations below,and stay tuned as more shows are announced.

Good Riddance released Peace in Our Time, their first album in 9 years, last April through Fat Wreck Chords.

The Offspring to play two shows in Italy with Pennywise and Good Riddance

In the middle of their recently announced spring/summer tour, O.C. punk veterans The Offspring will play two shows in Italy with Good Riddance and their former labelmates Pennywise. Together they will play at the Market Sound Arena in Milan on June 13 and the Fiera Arena in Rimini the day after. Tickets for both shows go on sale this Wednesday, February 10th at 12PM CET at

A new Offspring album, which will be their first since 2012’s Days Go By, is expected to be released later this year. Pennywise will release the compilation album Nineteen Eighty Eight on May 20th through Hardline Entertainment. Good Riddance released Peace in Our Time, their first album in 9 years, last April through Fat Wreck Chords.

Good Riddance announces Spanish tour dates with Satanic Surfers & Blowfuse

Santa Cruz punk veterans Good Riddance have announced they will be playing a short run of shows in Spain this June. The band will be joined by iconic Swedish skate-punk act Satanic Surfers and Spain’s Blowfuse.

All of the dates and locations can be found below.

Good Riddance’s is still touring in support of their new album Peace In Our Time, which released last April on Fat Wreck Chords. The Surfers’ last LP Taste the Poison released in 2005 through Bad Taste Records, and Blowfuse’s Couch dropped in 2014 on Morning Wood Records.

DS Staff Picks – Bob’s Top 12 Albums of 2015

As far as I’m concerned it isn’t a DYING SCENE, and 2015 helps rest my case. You can find my 12 favorite albums, in no particular order, below.

Live: Good Riddance performing “Weight of the World” and “Running On Fumes” in Montreal

Santa Cruz punk legends Good Riddance played a show in Montreal, Quebec back on October 1st at the Corona Theatre on one of their recent tours. The folks over at RAW CUT Media filmed a couple of their songs and have put it on YouTube for everyone to enjoy. The videos capture the band playing “Weight of the World”, which was released on the group’s second full-length called A Comprehensive Guide to Moderne Rebellion, and “Running On Fumes”, which was released on their latest full-length called Peace in Our Time”. Check out both videos below.

The band’s new album Peace In Our Time was released on April 21st through Fat Wreck Chords. Our review of the record can be read here.

DS Photo Gallery: Fat Wrecked For 25 Years: SF Day Two – NOFX, Lagwagon, No Use & Friends, Good Riddance, Tilt, Darius Koski, Dead To Me, Flatliners, Masked Intruder, Uke Hunt

After day one of Fat Wreck Chords‘ 25th anniversary celebration in San Francisco, I hightailed it home to get changed and proper for the screening of the “A Fat Wreck” documentary at the Roxie Theatre (review coming soon). Meanwhile, back at Thee Parkside, a full-fledged after party was underway with all the bands and VIPs of the weekend. By the time the movie got out I was so wiped from a day of shooting, drinking, and dancing, that I went home and prepared my gear for day two.

Day two’s opening act was just as well-thought out as day one’s. Uke Hunt began the day with lighthearted strums on the ukulele, a little saw violin, and maracas, and various other fun instruments. The local ‘supergroup’ is always a crowd favorite, and despite it being before 1 in the afternoon, the turnout was great. I always love what Spike and co. come up with, the banter and humor, as well as the random songs they cover to fan’s delight.

Better get stretching though, because the in-your-face pop punk quartet Masked Intruder was next to the stage. I always post up by Intruder Green because I’m certain to get some wild jump shots, and this performance was no different. I was pleased and surprised to see Officer Bradford actually get down during the set…skanking on stage before jumping into the pit and causing a raucous. Fans joined in and before you knew it there was a huge circle pit! Before some fans had even finished their first beer.

The crowd was able to catch their breath when The Flatliners began to play. I have been a fan of these guys for awhile, and I am usually pretty damn impressed by these guys, but for some reason this set just fell short. However, Erin Burkett was a huge fan and even found her way to the photo pit to snag some shots of the Canadians ripping it up. It could also be, that I was hungry and thirsty and spent the majority of their set finding refreshments. Sorry Chris!

That is in contrast to local heroes Dead To Me, which was one of my favorite sets of the day. There was this excitement and beautiful energy that surrounded the guys that made it really a treat to see. And to be able to see Jack Dalrymple perform three times in two days, priceless!

There was definite anticipation over the entire weekend for Tilt to perform. To my knowledge, this is the first time the band has played reunited since 2001. Everyone was super excited to see what Cinder and co. would bring to the stage and they did not disappoint. I’ve always been a sucker for female-fronted punk bands, they just bring a unique and different sound that is so refreshing in the male-dominated arena of punk rock. I don’t know if Cindy thought I was trying to shoot up her skirt (which I wasn’t!), but she ended up giving me and fans alike a little show.

At this point the sun is in all its blaring glory, beating down on the dehydrated punks like a ton of bricks. Just in time for Good Riddance to start playing and get us all a sweaty mess. I was able to do much more dancing during day two, and Good Riddance. is one of those bands that gets the legs moving.

At some point I wandered into Thee Parkside just as Darius Koski (of Swingin’ Utters/Filthy Thieving Bastards) was beginning his acoustic set. It was the proper break I very much needed away from the sun. He plays a great blend of rock, blues, country, and soul with such passion – such a talented musician.

Back outside for a little memorial set with members of No Use For A Name, Old Man Markley, NOFX, and many more gracing the stage to pay tribute to Tony Sly and all the beautiful music he made.

Lagwagon is the natural progression after No Use and before NOFX, and Joey Cape once again showed the world why Lagwagon has been around for 20+ years. Simply put – they rock. Great stage presence, amazing guitar riffs, thoughtful lyrics, stinging vocals…the band has it all. I believe during a crowd surfing session, this is where my leg got injured, as I wasn’t able to walk right after that. Well deserved injury during a great set by one of my favorite bands.

With no further ado, the final act of the weekend….NOFX. The band has this glitter in their eyes, like pure joy when they take to the stage, and it is definitely felt by the fans. Thankfully, day two Fat Mike decided to wear shorts instead of a kilt, so no ball shots.

Have a look at photos from all of the day’s performance below, and stay tuned for a review of “A Fat Wreck” in the following days.

***Big thanks to Vanessa, Jason, Amanda, Audrey, all the staff at Thee Parkside, and everyone else that made this weekend an incredible celebration of being wrecked for 25 years!***

Good Riddance announce shows in New Zealand & Australia

Before touring North America with Off With Their Heads this fall, Santa Cruz punk veterans Good Riddance will be playing a handful of shows in New Zealand and Australia next month. More info on the newly announced tour dates can be found below.

The band’s new album Peace In Our Time was released on April 21st through Fat Wreck Chords. Our review of the record can be read here.

Good Riddance announce North American tour dates with Off With Their Heads

Get ready North America, because Good Riddance is trekking around the continent this Fall on their first headlining tour in support of Peace in Our Time, their incredible new record. They’ll be joined on the entire tour by Off With Their Heads and you can view the dates below.

Peace In Our Time was released on April 21st through Fat Wreck Chords.

Good Riddance, Strung Out, Snuff & more added to Fat Wrecked For 25 Years’ Japanese show

Back in April, it was announced Fat Wreck Chords would be putting on an epic show all the way in Japan to celebrate their 25th anniversary. The only bands on the lineup were NOFX and Lagwagon, but the label has just added a ton of great bands to fill out the bill, including Good Riddance, Strung Out, Snuff, Masked Intruder, Swingin’ Utters, and more.

The full lineup for the show which is set to take place on November 23rd at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan, can be seen below. Tickets are available here.

If you really wanna see a lineup this awesome but you aren’t able to travel to Japan, you’re in luck because a lot of these bands (and some more) will also be playing the North American tour and the 2-day blowout in San Francisco celebrating of Fat Wreck’s 25th anniversary.

Video: Cinderblock (Tilt) joins Good Riddance on stage for “Credit To His Gender”

Frontwoman Cinderblock for Oakland, California punk act Tilt recently joined Good Riddance on stage to provide guest vocals for “A Credit To His Gender.”

You can watch the video below.

Good Riddance released Peace In Our Time April 21st through Fat Wreck Chords.

Bad Religion, Good Riddance, The Toy Dolls & more to play Gasteiz Calling festival

Listen up (and get Google translate ready), Spanish punk fans! The lineup for the first edition of Gasteiz Calling, a new punk festival set to take place on September 5th Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain, has been announced.

Among the 9 bands playing are Bad Religion, Good Riddance, The Toy Dolls, Jello Biafra & The Guantanamo School of Medicine, The Casualties, and Blowfuse.

If you live in Spain (or would like to make a trip there) and this sounds awesome to you, head over here to grab your tickets. And if you want some more info on Gasteiz Calling, head over to festival’s official website.

10 Punk Songs to Get You Through Your Week (curated by DS writer Rob Lanterman)

Ever wonder what the folks who run Dying Scene have been listening to lately? We’re going to pretend you said “yes” to that question and feature a curated playlist from a different DS editor each week with the intent of exposing you to some new kickass punk bands. This week we’re featuring Dying Scene feature writer, Rob Lanterman.

Check out what makes him tick in his playlist below!

Fat Wreck Chords to release “Greetings from Punk Rock Bowling” 10-inch

The fine folks at Fat Wreck Chords have announced they will be releasing a special 10-inch compilation in honor of this year’s edition of Punk Rock Bowling. The record which features 12 tracks from the likes of Good Riddance, Strung Out, Lagwagon, NOFX, and many other Fat favorites will be available exclusively at the Vegas punk fest.

Check out the tracklist below, and stop by the label’s booth at PRB 2015 this weekend to pick up a copy of your own on ‘Put It All On Black’, ‘Bowling Pin’, ‘Craps Table’, ‘Rollin’ Dice’, or ‘Golden Nugget Pool Party’ colored vinyl.

DS Show Review & Photo Gallery: Good Riddance, A Wilhelm Scream, & Bad Cop/Bad Cop at the Troubadour (West Hollywood, 4-16-15)

As many of you are aware, Good Riddance just released their first album in 9 years, titled Peace In Our Time. Over the next couple of months, the band has a string of record release shows on the West Coast and I was fortunate enough to catch the Los Angeles date at the Troubadour.

Seeing Good Riddance at their record release show already makes for an exciting evening, but add amazing opening acts to the bill and you have an unforgettable night. For this first set of record release shows, A Wilhelm Scream and Bad Cop/Bad Cop opened the show, along with Spanish Love Songs on the LA date.

I arrived right as Spanish Love Songs finished up their set, but I liked what I heard. The excitement was palpable as the sold out crowd started to fill up the venue. Up next was one of my new favorite bands, Bad Cop/Bad Cop. They ripped through their set, showcasing some of the new songs off their upcoming debut full length, Not Sorry (out June 16th on Fat Wreck – mark your calendars!). If these songs are any indication, I can already guarantee you that Not Sorry will be on my “best of 2015” list at the end of the year.

Next up was A Wilhelm Scream. I felt like this was a “full circle” moment – I first saw them play my college over 10 years ago, and now I was seeing them on stage at the Troubadour. This band knows how to put on a live show. They brought tons of energy to the stage and the crowd went wild. I was lucky enough to snap a few photos before ducking out of the front of the crowd as people pumped their fists in the air and cheered.

Finally, it was time for the main event. Good Riddance took the stage to power through a 20+ song set, including crowd favorites (such as “United Cigar,” “Weight Of The World,” and “Fertile Fields”) and new tracks off of Peace In Our Time. This new album, out on Fat Wreck, is also a contender for my “best of 2015” list. Even though it’s been 9 years since the last album, some things never change – the band is still as political, powerful, and engaging as always. The sold out crowd was grinning from ear to ear as they sang along with every word. Good Riddance is an amazing band to see live; each song is played with such precision and passion and they inject an energy into the audience. If you have a chance to catch one of their upcoming shows, make sure to get your tickets early and get there to check out the opening acts. As far as the music, here’s to hoping we don’t have to wait until 9 years for the next GR album!

Check out the full gallery from the show below.