Entitled “This Means War,” the album will be available for pre-order starting tomorrow (Thursday, July 17th). Check out your order options right here. Digital release is slated for July 29th.
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Wednesday, July 16, 2014 at 4:44 PM (PST) by jaystone
Tuesday, July 1, 2014 at 11:56 AM (PST) by The Torchbearer
“Perry Boys” comes from the band’s upcoming album This Means War, which will be released later this year on Oi! The Boat Records. The Old Firm Casuals last released a 7-inch entitled Never Say Die in January.
Monday, June 30, 2014 at 5:19 PM (PST) by jaystone
I’ve long considered The Business to be one of those bands that I should have seen when I had the chance. I recall being probably 17 when I heard “Smash The Discos” for the first time and feeling like I had already missed the boat. Along with bands like Cock Sparrer and Cockney Rejects and Sham 69, The Business represented such a specific moment in time that, as the years went on, seemed appealing and yet more and more distant.
However, 35 years after their debut (and mine, coincidentally), Micky Fitz and the boys are still at it. However, “the boys” have changed several times over the decades, creating, on paper at least, the impression that The Business circa 2014 were little more than a nostalgia act; Willy Mays playing for the Mets in 1973. Brett Favre playing for the Vikings in 2010. You get the idea. And yet, the band’s 2010 Sailor’s Grave Records release Doing The Business had more than a few bright spots, and their 2014 7-inch “Back In The Day” is one of the highlights of this year in street punk.
I can assure you that the 2014 edition of The Business is anything but a nostalgia act. Alongside high-octane Orlando punks The Attack, the UK four-piece rolled into Church of Boston on an early summer Wednesday evening. Local support came from the Beantown Boozehounds (whom, you might imagine, are a Boston band who fancy themselves a stiff beverage or twelve) and Salita, the new project featuring Kicked In The Head’s Gary Hedrick on vocals. The latter put on one of the more stellar “local opener” gigs that I’ve witnessed in quite some time. If only the sparse Wednesday night crowd had made its way to the front of the venue for any of the first three bands, we could have had ourselves a small but rowdy show for the ages.
Head below to see our photo gallery, featuring each of the night’s four bands.
Monday, June 16, 2014 at 1:31 PM (PST) by milhouse
One of the most memorable moments of the Punk Rock Bowling weekend was being able to see Cock Sparrer in a much more intimate environment than normal – the energy of a small show versus a festival setting is truly night and day.
Our good friends at Pirates Press Records set us up with entry to the ‘surprise’ show, and the performance was incredible. Being surrounded by good friends and familiar faces as one of the most talented and enduring punk acts took the stage was probably the best ‘midway point’ to the weekend that anyone could ask for.
Cock Sparrer had just headlined the PRB main stage the night before, but if you talk to any fan they’ll tell you they could see ’em seven nights in a row and never tire. I have never left a Sparrer show disappointed; bruised, bloodied, shirtless, and limping – but never disappointed.
The set began (in frequent typical fashion) with “Riot Squad” – the sirens indicate shit is about to kick off. Staying hard the band followed with “Watch Your Back” before “Working”, “Sussed”, “Teenage Heart”, and “What’s It Like To Be Old”. The band really hit the mark with the songs they played – covering most of my favorites including “AU” and “Argy Bargy”. Many songs were repeated, and the band finished the night with the almost obligatory encore of “England Belongs to Me” and “We’re Coming Back”.
Thanks again to Eric (PPR) and Brian (BCS) for thinking of me!
Tuesday, June 10, 2014 at 5:02 PM (PST) by bob9746
According to a recent post on their Facebook page, Rancid guitarist/vocalist Lars Frederiksen and the rest of the guys in The Old Firm Casuals are planning on releasing a new, 13-song album sometime within the next few months.
Nothing else has been announced as of yet but we’ll keep you all in the loop as more details on the record come to light. Hopefully this doesn’t have an impact on the release of that new Rancid album we’ve been waiting for.
Friday, May 30, 2014 at 8:34 AM (PST) by bob9746
Rancid guitarist/vocalist Lars Frederiksen’s side project The Old Firm Casuals will be heading out on a two-week European tour this summer. Details on when and where they’ll be stopping can be found below.
The Old Firm Casuals last released a 7-inch entitled Never Say Die in January through Oi! The Boat Records, who also released the band’s double LP For the Love It All on April 27th, 2013.
Monday, May 12, 2014 at 12:22 PM (PST) by Gina Skidz
You may not have heard of Oxley’s Midnight Runners, but you have sure as hell heard of their lineup: Lars Fredricksen (Rancid, Old Firm Casuals) has teamed up with Mike from The Fatskins, and Jeff and Dave from 90 Proof and Boot Party. The Phoenix-based oi! band is set to release their debut EP, We Are Legion, on Oi! The Boat Records this May.
You can check out a brief preview of what’s to come below.
Friday, May 9, 2014 at 11:46 AM (PST) by Lauren Mills
Canadian oi! band The Prowlers are streaming a new song entitled “Voisin de la Terreur”
You can check it out below.
The song will appear on their upcoming split with the Angelic Upstarts, which is due out on May 30, 2014 through Insurgence Records.
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at 3:17 PM (PST) by Drea
Detroit Oi! band Bad Assets and reggae punks 1592 are streaming their “This is City” split.
You can give it a listen below.
“This is City” is slated for a May 10th release.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at 1:31 PM (PST) by josh hannon
Japanese street punk band, Anger Flares are streaming the track “Fighting for Survival” from their upcoming debut CD entitled “On The Street Again”, which is being released on record store day via Oi! the Boat Records.
You can listen to it below.
To preorder the album or check out a few more tracks go here.
Monday, March 31, 2014 at 7:08 AM (PST) by Hopeless Romantic
You can listen to a new song called “Punks and Skins” through their new promo video below.
We’ll keep you posted as more details come to light. Oldfashioned Ideas’ last full length release was 2012’s Promises Mean Nothing, out via Switchlight Records.
Thursday, March 13, 2014 at 6:31 AM (PST) by Ramones999138
Los Angeles Oi! band, Rile 9 Collective are streaming their debut 7-inch “To Walk In Truth.” Rile 9 Collective’s influences include bands such as Cock Sparrer, Sham 69, and Evil Conduct, so if you dig bands of that nature, then this 7-inch is right up your alley. You can stream and/or purchase the 7-inch below.
Rile 9 Collective released To Walk In Truth on March 5th through Chapter Eleven Records.
Monday, February 17, 2014 at 7:01 AM (PST) by Kat Espinoza
Canadian oi! band The Prowlers are streaming “Oi! Against Racial Prejudice” (originally by The Street Troopers) off of their upcoming album On The Run.
You can listen to the track below.
On The Run is set for a late-April release date. The Prowlers last released the Hate Us EP in August, 2012 on Insurgence Records.
Wednesday, February 5, 2014 at 7:12 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Congratulations to London oi! veterans Booze and Glory, whose new album “As Bold As Brass” won last week’s Cover Art Battle, which featured new releases from The Lawrence Arms, The Bruce Lee Band, and The Gaslight Anthem, with a whopping 62% of the vote!
Congrats again to Booze and Glory! You can check out the band’s new music video for “Only Fools Get Caught” below. If you like what you hear, make sure to head over to Interpunk and pick up a copy of “As Bold As Brass.”
Tuesday, February 4, 2014 at 1:45 PM (PST) by milhouse
Atlanta, GA based Oi! band Drink and Destroy Crew (DDC) has just made their new EP available to stream in its entirety.
“Fists of Fury” was just released, and you can listen to all eight tracks here.
DDC will be having their record release party on February 19th in their hometown, with support from Hudson Falcons and Magoo’s Heros.