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Unwritten Law (punk, San Diego) hit the road with Pennywise

San Diego’s Unwritten Law will be on a tour of the US with Pennywise this autumn. You can check out the full list of dates below.

Unwritten Law’s latest release was an acoustic collection of tracks, aptly titled “Acoustic”, released via Cyber Tracks in spring 2016.

The Ataris stream new EP in its entirety, announce tour dates

Southern California pop punk veterans The Ataris are streaming their brand new EP October in This Railroad, which was released yesterday, in its entirety. You check that out below, along with the dates for their upcoming U.S. tour, which will feature some support from Unwritten Law and The Maxies.

The Ataris are reportedly still working on their long-awaited new album The Graveyard of the Atlantic, which will be their first since 2007’s Welcome the Night. It is not known when it will be released, but we’ll keep you posted as more details come to light.

Pennywise to play entire “About Time” album on U.S. tour with Strung Out, Unwritten Law and Runaway Kids

California punk icons Pennywise have announced they will embark on a U.S. tour with Strung Out, Unwritten Law and Runaway Kids this fall, where they will perform their classic 1995 album About Time in its entirety.

The tour won’t be the first time that Pennywise played the About Time album live in its entirety; as you may recall, they played that album (along with their 1991 self-titled debut and 1993 follow-up Unknown Road) its entirety last March in Hollywood, and again a month ago in both San Diego and the East Coast as part of the “Three Albums, Three Nights” shows. The tour’s dates and locations can be seen in the poster above.

Pennywise released a compilation album Nineteen Eighty Eight on May 20, 2016 through Hardline Entertainment. Frontman Jim Lindberg recently announced that a new album is in the works.

Unwritten Law release music video for “Celebration”

SoCal rockers Unwritten Law have released a brand new music video for their song “Celebration.” This track is the first off of their latest album Acoustic and is a rendition of “The Celebration Song”, which appeared of their 2005 album Here’s To The Mourning. You can check out the video in all of its spacey-cosmic glory below.

Acoustic is scheduled for release on April 1st through Cyber Tracks, however, fans can listen to the full thing via KROQ right now. It is the band’s follow-up to their 2011 full-length Swan.

Unwritten Law streaming new album, ‘Acoustic,’ in its entirety

Seminal SoCal rock/alt group Unwritten Law tomorrow will release their first album in five years, but you can listen to it a day early right over on KROQ’s website.

The album, titled Acoustic, features 13 new recordings of Unwritten Law songs, along with two brand new tracks. It’s due out tomorrow (April 1st) on Cyber Tracks Records. You can pre-order it on CD, digital, or vinyl (which apparently comes with a sea monkey egg?) right here.

Acoustic is Unwritten Law’s first album since their 2011 release, Swan.

Pickles interviews Unwritten Law, Paul Levesque/LightSpeedGo co-hosts along with Chris Fox | Episode 43 – Dying Scene Radio

This week on Dying Scene RadioBobby Pickles ventures to Fort Pierce, Florida to interview SoCal rockers Unwritten Law about their brand new record, Acoustic (which drops April 1st via El Hefe’s Cyber Tracks), prior to their stop at The Inlet – a kickass venue right on the beach! It’s also a pleasant surprise to find homegrown Floridumb talent in local openers, Church Girls – whose grimey orgy anthems and interesting stage presence, leave this serious-minded music journalist thirsting for another dash of whiskey-spit. Paul Lavesque (last name unpronounceable), bassist/vocalist for Arizona skate punks LightSpeedGo, joins Chris Fox (Vampirates/Voted Best Band) and I (Mr. Pickles) “in-studio” (this past Easter Sunday) to spin the latest punk, exchange war stories, and swear.

Special commentary from Canadian skate punk act Belvedere, Huntington Beach punk rock 3-piece Butcher Hounds, Finnish/Spanish/New Zealand punk band Deposit Man,  Toronto melodic punk rockers Last Imprint, Portland, Oregon’s punk ‘n roll act The Devil’s Troubadours, Grand Rapids pop-punk band The Lippies, Brooklyn-based four-piece The So So Glos, Alberta’s Trashed Ambulance (former members of Chimp Change), and Brazilian skate punk act Tripwire.

LightSpeedGo – Get Away
PEARS – Green Star
The Menzingers – Dirty Old Town
Last Imprint – Constrain Our Choices
Trashed Ambulance – Blurry Thoughts
Church Girls – Highfive
Ray Rocket – Pet Sematary
Despite Everything – Joke’s On Us
Stadium Way – Misplaced Rage (feat. Kevin Bivona)
Hesitation Wounds – New Abuse
The Lippies – Garbage Man
Tender Defender – f.e.f.e.
The Devil’s Troubadours – Filthy Punks
Flogging Molly – The Hand of John L. Sullivan
Iggy Pop – Gardenia
Interview w/ Unwritten Law
Unwritten Law – Belongs to You
The So So Glos – Missionary
Nerf Herder – The Girl Who Listened to Rush
Belvedere – Hairline
Deposit Man – Tyranny
Paul Baribeau – Ten Things
Butcher Hounds – Take A Bite
The Word Alive – Trapped
Tripwire HC – Consequences
Scream Theatre (Nick Ameen) – The Answer Lies Within

Hear all the incessant blathering, latest new music and headlines, below.

Unwritten Law stream “Oblivion” from upcoming acoustic album

California’s Unwritten Law has put out another song from their upcoming acoustic album. You can check the track, “Oblivion” over at Substream. “Acoustic” gets its release on April 1st, through Cyber Tracks Records.

You can see the full tracklist and their upcoming tour dates below.

Unwritten Law, Fenix TX, Teen Agers & more to play free SXSW showcase

Smartpunk and El Hefe’s Cyber Tracks have announced they will be putting on a free show at this year’s edition of SXSW in Austin, Texas.

Bands playing the showcase, which will take place on March 18th at Des Moines Embassy, include Unwritten Law, Fenix TX, Teen Agers, Protagonist, and many others.

More info on the Smartpunk Showcase can be found below.

Scott Russo of Unwritten Law undergoes surgery

Cyber Tracks (a label owned by NOFX guitarist El Hefe and his wife Jen Abeyta) announced earlier today that Unwritten Law frontman Scott Russo underwent surgery for undisclosed reasons. The label writes:

“Today our Cyber Tracks family is asking for your prayers, love, and support as Scott Russo (Unwritten Law) is undergoing surgery this afternoon. While we are not authorized to go into detail at this time, we are asking the Unwritten Law community to band together in support of Scott. We will keep you updated as the day goes on. Scott and the band thank you in advance for the well wishes, and send their love in return.”

Dying Scene wishes Scott a speedy recovery, and all the best to his family, friends, and Unwritten Law.

Unwritten Law will release an acoustic album, simply titled Acoustic, on April 1st through Cyber Tracks. An album with all-new material — the follow-up to 2011’s Swan — is also in the works; no title or release date has been set, but we’ll keep you posted as more details on it come to light.

Unwritten Law streaming “Celebration” off upcoming “Acoustic” album

SoCal rockers Unwritten Law recently announced plans for the release of an acoustic album coming up on April 1st. The album will include 2 new songs and acoustic renditions of various fan favorites, in addition to a cover of John Legend’s “Heartbreaker”.

Today, the band is streaming “Celebration” here, which originally appeared on the band’s 2005 album “Here’s To The Mourning”.

You can check out a full track-list for this upcoming release below. The band will also be embarking on a U.S tour this spring with Fenix TX, see all the dates and locations here.

“Acoustic” will be released through Cyber Tracks and will follow-up the band’s 2011 album Swan.

Unwritten Law announce new album “Acoustic”

SoCal rockers Unwritten Law have announced that they will be releasing an acoustic album on April 1st, 2016. The album will include 2 new songs and acoustic renditions of various fan favourites. They will re-record songs from the albums Unwritten Law, Elva, Here’s To The Mourning, Swan, and, The Hit List to make up this new 13-track album. This will also include a cover of John Legend’s “Heartbreaker”. You can check out a full track-list for this upcoming release below. The band will also be embarking on a U.S tour this spring with Fenix TX, see all the dates and locations below.

Acoustic will be released through Cyber Tracks and will follow-up the band’s 2011 album Swan. 

Unwritten Law sign to Cyber Tracks, promise new music

SoCal rock/alt mainstays Unwritten Law are the newest band to sign to Cyber Tracks, the label run by NOFX guitarist El Hefe and his wife Jen Abeyta.

Along with the signing, the band announced plans to release new music, in the form of an acoustic album, sometime in 2016. Hear what the band, and the Cyber Tracks co-owners have to say about the new partnership below.

The last new music from Unwritten Law was their 2011 album, Swan. The band are currently touring Australia, and will be back on the road in the US in March. Check out those dates below.

DS Photo Gallery & Show Review: Unwritten Law and Ten Foot Pole in Hollywood (6/5/15)

DyingScene was thrilled to be at the first show of the new “Love Is The Law” tour featuring Unwritten Law and Ten Foot Pole. The tour kicked off in Hollywood, CA at the House of Blues on June 5th, 2015. Southern California mainstays Unwritten Law headlined this show with support from the legendary Ten Foot Pole as the Friday night crowd danced and sang along on the Sunset Strip.

Ten Foot Pole reappeared in the LA scene last December when they headlined the Cyber Tracks Christmas Show at The Roxy. It is great seeing these guys hit the stage again, and they powered through their energetic set at the HOB with fan favorites like “Hammering Out The Details” and “The Getaway.” You can always count on these guys to run around the stage, jump along with the music (which makes for some pretty great photography), and wear some interesting…shorts. With smiles on their faces, you can tell that these guys are happy to be on stage and playing for the audience. If you are planning on catching this tour, make sure to get there in time to see TFP!

Chances are, if you live in Southern California, you have seen Unwritten Law live at some point in your life. These guys are extremely hard working and play local shows regularly. It’s great seeing them put together a full tour and hopefully you will get to check them out in a city closer to you. The band, led by Scott Russo, kept the party going with the staples of their setlist, including “California Sky,” “Shoulda Known Better,” “Up All Night,” “Cailin,” and my personal favorite, “She Says.” It was a great way to spend a Friday night and a great way to kick off this tour!

Check out the full gallery from the show below!

Unwritten Law announce “Love Is The Law” tour, will release acoustic album this coming fall

Big news for all the Unwritten Law fans. The band has just announced details on their upcoming “Love Is The Law” tour this coming June. The tour will feature support from Ten Foot Pole. Check the dates out below.

In addition to the tour, the band will be releasing an acoustic album this fall. The album will consist of fan favorites from the band’s previous six albums. No official release date has been announced yet, so keep checking back for more details. Unwritten Law last released “Swan” in 2011.

Scott Russo and Wade Youman trash stage after Unwritten Law’s set gets cut short

According to recent reports, some bad shit happened during Unwritten Law‘s set on the final night of the Hits & Pits tour at Capitol & Amps in Perth, Australia on Sunday, May 18th.

40 minutes into the band’s set, the venue told them it was time to wrap things up because, according to Capitol booking agent Jeff Haley, “liquor licensing laws strictly prohibit any noise after midnight.” Despite this, the band continued to play and promptly had the power cut on them.

And that’s when tempers (and drums) began to fly, with founding members Scott Russo and Wade Youman smashing the venue’s backline drums and The Casualties drummer Mark Eggers’ cymbals. Don’t believe me? Watch the video below.

It’s also worth noting that the band was apparently being a bunch of dicks throughout most of the tour. One of the many people to comment on the aforementioned video of Scott and Wade smashing up drums that didn’t belong to them stated:

“UL were contracted for 45 minute sets as the subheadliner for the tour (Strung Out headlining) but at the first show in Brisbane they demanded an 80 minute set, went on stage late and went over their 80 minutes. Strung Out refused to headline anymore after that.”