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Propagandhi to release charity t-shirt to benefit the LGBT2SQ community, pre-orders available

Canadian punk legends Propagandhi will release a charity t-shirt to benefit the LGBT2SQ community.

All proceeds from this shirt will go to the Rainbow Resource Centre, an organization dedicated to helping the LGBT2SQ community in Winnipeg. This limited shirt is only available for a short time, so don’t delay! The men’s tee is printed on a recycled cotton, union-made, American-made shirt. The women’s tee is printed on an organic cotton, American-made shirt. This item is a pre-order item with an intended release date of July 22nd, 2016. Your order will ship on or before this date, but due to plant delivery times, this date may change. If you’d like other items to deliver sooner, please make two separate orders

You can order the shirt here. Propagandhi’s latest album Failed States was released in 2012 through Epitaph Records. They have been working on a new record for the past year or so.

Initial lineup for Fest 15 announced (Propagandhi, Less Than Jake, OWTH and more)

Well well well…one of the more anticipated news days of the spring is finally upon us, and it’s a damn good one!

The initial lineup for the 15th installment of annual Gainesville-based gathering of the punks known as Fest has been announced!

Today’s announcement revealed the likes of Propagandhi, Less Than Jake, Off With Their Heads, Tim Barry, Braid, The Flatliners, A Wilhelm Scream, Samiam, Small Brown Bike, PEARS, toyGuitar, AJJ, and a crapload more. Check out the full, up-to-the-minute lineup here, and stay tuned for more details, slated to be announced on May 13th.

Fest 15 takes place October 28-30 in, you guessed it, Gainesville, Florida.

The Fat Wreck Documentary has a trailer!

[open-ended] films has just released the trailer for A Fat Wreck, the documentary on the twenty-five year history of Fat Mike’s record company Fat Wreck Chords. The trailer includes interviews with the likes of Against Me‘s Laura Jane Grace, Scorpios’ John Snodgrass, and Propaghandi‘s Todd Kowalski. Beyond interviews and never-before-seen footage, it also seems like the documentary will be chock-full of puppetry re-en-actions, courtesy of Jennie Coterall, from Bad Cop/Bad Cop.

Check out the trailer below.

Big D and the Kids Table stream cover of Propagandhi’s “Ska Sucks”

Seemingly out of nowhere, Boston ska-punk veterans Big D and the Kids Table have released a cover of “Ska Sucks” by Propagandhi.

You can give their take on the classic track a listen below.

“Ska Sucks” originally appeared on Propagandhi’s 1993 debut album How to Clean Everything. No word yet on whether Big D will include this cover of the song on an upcoming record.

Edit: This cover actually appears on A Fat Comp: A Fan-Made Tribute to Fat Wreck Chords, which is free to download on Bandcamp.

The Ultimate Punk Rock Valentine’s Day Playlist

We all know that Valentine’s Day isn’t a real holiday. It’s nothing more than a dastardly ploy concocted by advertising conglomerates to separate you from your hard earned money, all cleverly wrapped in pink and red heart shaped boxes of chocolate. However, there’s no reason we can’t use their fabricated, financial booby trap as a good excuse to acknowledge and show appreciation for those we love. Doing that doesn’t cost a dime! Now, the hard part. Outside of Emo, the Punk genre isn’t known to produce a ton of great odes to love. So how will you ever be able to convey your feelings using your preferred music format without racking your brain, trying to remember “that artist, that released that one random love song that one time, on that album about 10 years ago”? Don’t fret! We’ve compiled the most comprehensive list of punk rock love songs for you to woo the love of your life with. Because we’re a bunch of cynical, sarcastic assholes without a romantic bone in our bodies, we’ve decided to exclude the more traditional love songs, which means no Emo bands allowed (I’m certain that over half our readers just cheered, silently in their heads). We’ve included songs from almost every other genre for every type of relationship though. Who knows, perhaps you’ll use one of the songs on our list and end up finding the perfect someone. It’s highly doubtful, but possible. You’ll never know unless you check out our Ultimate Punk Rock Valentine’s Day Playlist, in no particular order below!


After the Fall announce North American tour dates

This February, After the Fall will be playing a few shows around Canada with Propagandhi and the Northwestern United States with Dead Bars. You can check out the tour dates and locations below.

The band’s new album Dedication was released on May 12, 2015 through Bridge Nine Records. The album is a tribute to founding member Brian J. Peters, who passed away in 2013.

Propagandhi play new song live

Progressive hardcore legends Propagandhi delighted fans in Winnipeg, Canada earlier this month with the performance of a new song. The track “Laughing Stock” is the first new material to feature guitarist Sulynn Hago and followers of the band will be pleased to hear that the offering remains faithful to the bands now signature sound. Whilst there has been no official announcement with regards to a time-frame for a new record, the unveiling of new tracks live is certainly a positive omen that the wait is nearly over.

A video from the Winnipeg show can be viewed below.

Propagandhi announce new guitarist

Canadian punk legends Propagandhi have announced guitarist Sulynn Hago (from Feral Babies, New Bruises, and Ink & Sweat) as the replacement for David “Space Beaver” Guillas, who left the band last summer. On joining Propagandhi, Sulynn writes:

“Hey everyone! I’m Sulynn. I’ll be responsible for adding long hair head banging and stage left guitar riffage at Propagandhi shows from here on out. I’m from Tampa, Florida where I spend my days drinking lots of coffee, nerding out on the guitar for hours, running my own business teaching guitar, and squeezing in sweaty yoga sessions when I can. I feel beyond stoked to get to play with a group of guys who have influenced my playing and taste for a very long time. It’s gonna be a rad time, and I hope to get to share the experience with you all. Let’s rage!”

Propagandhi’s latest album Failed States was released in 2012 through Epitaph Records. They have been working on a new record for the past year or so.

Propagandhi cover The Rebel Spell’s “I Am A Rifle”

Propagandhi have recorded and released a cover of The Rebel Spell‘s “I Am A Rifle” and you can check it out below. The track was recorded in honor of the passing of  Todd “Serious” Jenkins of The Rebel Spell. War on Women contributed back up vocals to the song.

The band’s latest album Failed States was released in 2012 through Epitaph Records. They have been working on a new record for the past year or so.

“A Fat Wreck” launches 2nd indiegogo campaign, announces test screening in San Francisco

The fine folks over at [open-ended] films have launched a second Indiegogo campaign to fund the finishing touches on their punk documentary “A Fat Wreck.” Check out the new pitch video below and donate to the cause here.

A test screening of the film has been announced for Sat, August 22nd at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco. The screening is a private event but funder passes can be obtained via a perk in the new Indiegogo campaign.

Propagandhi announce June tour dates

Propagandhi have announced a handful of shows they’ll be playing next month following the 2015 edition of Montebello, Quebec’s Amnesia Rockfest. All of the dates and locations can be found below.

The band’s latest album Failed States was released in 2012 through Epitaph Records. They have been working on a new record for the past year or so.

Propagandhi still actively writing new songs for next album

Back in July of 2014, we let you all know Propagandhi were working on some new songs for their next full-length album. Yesterday, the band revealed via Facebook that, seven months down the line, they’re still actively working on music for the album. Five days a week, to be precise:

“We’ve been practicing 5 days a week working on new tunes and they are going great! We’ve had a few of our best jams ever in the last couple weeks, if all continues as planned this next record is going to be a really good ‘ern!”

If they keep going at their current pace, I’m assuming we’ll have a new 69-track follow up to their 2012 Epitaph debut Failed States within the next week or so. But I’ll wait ’til the band makes an official announcement before jumping to conclusions.

Propagandhi announce TX/FL tour dates

Propagandhi have announced a handful of what I guess we’ll call “tour dates” coming up just in time for the holiday season. Their jaunt starts in Austin, Texas, on December 27th and includes a total of seven dates in either Texas or Florida. All dates are with RVIVR and War On Women. Check out the rundown below.

Propagandhi’s last album, “Failed States,” was released back in 2012 via Epitaph Records. They’re presently working on new material.

Interview: Chris Hannah (Propagandhi) on the best G7 Welcoming Committee releases…and the one that got away

Winnipeg-based G7 Welcoming Committe Records has long been a bastion for all-things politically-charged punk rock. Label head Chris Hannah (most likely better known for his “day job” as vocalist/guitarist for Propagandhi) recently gave a Canadian TV station a pretty extensive interview on the label’s philosophy and history. It includes a list of his favorite releases from the G7 catalog as well as some insight on an album he hoped to release but never got the chance to.

Pretty good read – check it out here.

Propagandhi working on new songs

Canadian punk veterans Propagandhi have begun working on new songs, according to a recent update posted on their Facebook page:

The finely-tuned and prolific Propagandhi riff machine is now zipping along full tilt on new tunes!

The band last released the 20th anniversary edition of How To Clean Everything last summer through Fat Wreck Chords. Their latest full-length album Failed States was released in September, 2012 via Epitaph Records.