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More bands announced for London’s ‘Polite Riot Festival’ (Satanic Surfers, The Adolescents, CHASER, Darko, etc)

Polite Festival which takes place at the New Cross Inn in South London has announced some more bands for 2019. So far, 12 bands have been announced. Satanic Surfers, The Adolescents, CHASER, Darko & In Evil Hour are joined by For I Am, LineOut, City Mouse, WACO, Werecats, Fastfade, Müg, Snap Out, SKIV, Our Lives In Cinema, RxR and The Aversions. The New Cross Inn has become the centre of the punk scene in London and continues to host many leading bands.

The festival will take place June 28th-30th, tickets are available here.

The Adolescents are streaming unreleased track “Mama Madonna & Me”

Tony from The Adolescents

The Adolescents, who released their new album, “Cropduster”, last month via Concrete Jungle Records, have teamed up with New Noise Magazine to offer unreleased album sessions recording “Mamma Madonna & Me” via flexidisc with this month’s issue.

You can have a listen to the track right here.

The Adolescents announce new album, stream new song

The Adolescents have announced that they will be releasing their new album, Cropduster, on July 20th via Concrete Jungle Records.

The band is also streaming the first song from the album.  You can listen to “Queen of Denial” below.

The Adolescents last released Manifest Destiny in 2016 also through Concrete Jungle Records.

Bloodstains Hardcore Festival 2018 announce bands

Bloodstains Hardcore Festival is back! 2017 was an absolute blast so I’m glad to see its happening again this year! The festival will be held at one of the best d.i.y punk venues in the UK: Temple of Boom in Leeds. The first wave of bands announcements have been released and it looks like it’s set to be another great line up! Bands include The Wierdos, Adolescents, Vicious Circle, Raw Power, The Stupids, Clowns, Rat Cage, Rats In The Wall, Natterers and a lot more!

You can get more information and buy tickets here.

DS Photo Gallery: Strung Out, Street Dogs, The Adolescents and The Alarm represent the old school at Warped Tour (Hartford, CT)

Much has been made of the backseat that traditional punk rock took for quite a while at the annual Vans Warped Tour. Over the last handful of years, however, those old-school punk rock vibes have been slowly returning, albeit on a bit of a smaller scale. While bands like Attila and I Prevail and Beartooth seem to represent the lion’s share of the sounds emanating from most of the 2017 edition of the Warped Tour’s seven stages, there is a distinct presence of bands from what I guess we’d call an older school of more straight-forward street punk and hardcore and rock and roll bands. Hatebreed, Sick Of It All, Valient Thorr, Municipal Waste, Anti-Flag and GWAR have all been drawing fairly sizable crowds night-in and night out in recent days. Dying Scene took in the Hartford stop on the Vans Warped Tour last weekend, and caught a couple of our favorite throwback heavyweights.

Boston working-class heroes Street Dogs played a late-afternoon set on the Skullcandy stage, set on one of the outdoor parking lot areas at Hartford’s Xfinity Theater. If you’re a veteran of Warped Tours in the late 90s – early 00s, you’re no doubt familiar the concept at the outdoor stages; bands alternate playing on what are basically oversized trailers placed side by side, resulting in a constant barrage of roughly twenty-five minute sets. That means you’re not going to hear an awful lot deep cuts, although Street Dogs, themselves veterans of three prior Warped Tours, do an admirable job of keeping things interesting. The set on this particular day kicked off with personal favorite of mine “In Defense Of Dorchester” and threw fan favorites like “Back To The World,” “Punk Rock And Roll,” and “Not Without A Purpose” into the mix. Frontman Mike McColgan spent at least half the set on the barricade, interacting personally with a lot of the band’s notoriously die-hard, blue collar fans. The “new lineup” consisting of longtime bassist Johnny Rioux and more recent adds Lenny Lashley and Matt Pruitt on guitar and Pete Sosa on drums) have actually been plugging away for four years now, and have finally got some new music due out before long. That’s a good thing, as the band’s trademark rallying cries are much needed in times like these.

LA punk veterans Strung Out played an early afternoon set on one of the two side-by-side stages inside the venue’s amphitheater. I will say that when the Warped Tour venues started to change a bunch of years ago and started to center, at least in this part of the country, around amphitheater settings, I and others were more than a little skeptical. But I’ll tell you what – it’s actually pretty cool having the stage split in half and allowing large crowds to stay out of the heat and/or other imposing weather elements. Like with Street Dogs, it’s tough for a band like Strung Out to adequately represent their catalog in a twenty-five minute set, but songs like “Too Close To See” from 1998’s seminal album Twisted By Design and “The Animal and the Machine” from their latest album, 2015’s Transmission.Alpha.Delta do a pretty adequate job. Frontman Jason Cruz remains one of the defining voices in the genre, and guitarists Jake Kiley and Rob Ramos continue to shred blistering, metal-infused riffs over lock-tight rhythm section Jordan Burns (drums) and Chris Aiken (bass), and no member off the quintet stays in one place for very long, making for a tightly packed, high energy set.

Representing the even older school on one of the amphitheater stages for back-to-back sets were The Alarm and the legendary Adolescents. The former, if you’re not familiar, are a seminal early-80s new wave band from Wales who have been plugging away in some form of another ever since. The brainchild of Mike Peters (also co-founder of the Love Hope Strength Foundation, which you should be familiar with), The Alarm played to a modest crowd that consisted, as you might imagine, of older fans who were very well aware of the band’s legacy, singing along with every word to tracks like “Sixty Eight Guns.” The Adolescents, who themselves are veterans of their fair share of Warped Tours since reforming fifteen-or-so years ago, played one of those sets that the other bands took notice of. Unarguably one of the coolest parts of Warped Tour is watching the camaraderie amongst the bands on the bill, and members of Street Dogs, Strung Out and Bad Cop/Bad Cop were among those present around the stage as living legends Tony Reflex and Steve Soto and the gang (Dan Root and Ian Taylor on guitar, Dave Cambra on drums) went to work. Again a case where members have changed but the core have remained just as steady as ever. Let’s face it: Tony Reflex/Cadena/Adolescent and Steve Soto are legends for a reason (and not only because their self-titled debut has been a desert island album since before most of our readers were born!).

Check out our full photo gallery below.


The Adolescents embark on European tour in support of new album “Manifest Destiny”

The Adolescents are gearing up to embark on a six week European tour in support of their upcoming album “Manifest Destiny” which will be released this Friday, July 8th through Concrete Jungle Records.

The tour kicks off this Thursday, July 7th in Madrid, Spain and will cover parts of Spain, France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Belgium, Holland, and Great Britain, performing at many of the large festivals taking place over the summer.

Have a look at the complete list of tour dates and locations below.

The Adolescents stream new song “Jacob’s Ladder”

The Adolescents have just dropped a new song for ya’ll to check out called “Jacob’s Ladder”, which you can hear below.

“Jacob’s Ladder” will be featured on the band’s newest album coming out July 8th, Manifest Destiny via Concrete Jungle Records.

The Adolescents tease details of new album

SoCal punk legends  The Adolescents are gearing up to release a new album, which is due to drop on July 8th on Concrete Jungle Records.  The album will be produced by Paul Miner (Death by Stereo, H2O, Atreyu), and will feature the tracks “Nightcrawler,” “Catfish,” and “Ratcather.”  We’ll keep you posted with more details as they come out.

The ADolescent’s most recent effort was a 4-song split with Russia’s Svetlanas, which came out on Altercation Records last year.  Their last studio album was 2014’s La Vendetta.

Punk Rock Karaoke to play shows in L.A. next month

Punk Rock Karaoke will be playing two shows at the Viper Room in L.A. next month. The lineup for these shows will include former Bad Religion and Circle Jerks guitarist Greg Hetson, The Dickies guitarist Stan Lee, D.I. bassist Eddie Tatar, Steve Soto of The Adolescents on both bass and guitar, and Goldfinger and current Sum 41 drummer Darrin Pfeiffer.

The dates and supporting acts for the two shows at the Viper Room can be seen in the poster above, and you can purchase tickets on the venue’s official website.

DS Photo Gallery: Bad Religion (Day One), Adolescents, 5 Days Dirty SF

This past 420 holiday weekend, San Francisco was one lucky city. It wasn’t just because of the vast dispensaries, or Hippie Hill, or the Haight district that filled with tourists, stoners, and locals alike that bright Monday one week ago. No, San Francisco was lucky because we got two, back-to-back nights of one of the most influential punk bands of all time – Bad Religion. The professor and company were doing a little experiment and were set to play tracks pre-2000 (songs from the 20th century) one night, and songs from the 21st century the following night. The turnout, the energy, and the set list were definitely more popular on day one – which is completely understood.

5 Days Dirty was the first of the three bands to play night one, and their ripping guitars and heavy percussion were epic…if only there were more people to see it. The vocals and bridges seemed like a perfect fit to start the night. The band just recently released their new album, “50 Year Storm”, which you can sample here.

The Adolescents and Bad Religion playing together is like peas and carrots, peanut butter and jelly. It just goes together. The band is aging, but showing no signs of slowing down, as Tony and crew had the crowd going nuts. Of course the obligatory “Amoeba”, “I Hate Children”, and “Wrecking Crew” were greeted with thrashful delight. It’s always great seeing these guys keep up the energy.

“Spirit Shine” as an opener? I don’t think anyone saw that coming as Bad Religion took to the stage. There was no time for contemplation as the group went right into “Recipe For Hate”, followed by “We’re Only Gonna Die” and “Stranger Than Fiction”. It was literally my teenage playlist as “1000 More Fools”, “You Are The Gov’t”, “Suffer”, “The Gray Race”, and so many more absolute favorites inebriated the sold-out crowd. You can see the entire set list below.

Big thanks to Epitaph and Justine from Goldenvoice for helping along the way.

Have a look at all the night’s photos below, and stay tuned for Day Two of Bad Religion later this afternoon.

Pennywise, The Bouncing Souls, The Adolescents & more to play Ink-N-Iron 2015

The lineup for the 2015 of Ink-N-Iron has been revealed and it’s not too shabby! Bands on the bill include Pennywise, The Bouncing Souls, The Adolescents, Big D and the Kids Table, The Aggrolites, The Dickies, and many more. Check out the full list below.

Ink-N-Iron 2015 will take place from June 12th-14th in Long Beach, California. Head over here for more info and ticket options.

The Adolescents and Svetlanas announce “Hot War” split, stream one track from each band

On January 13th Altercation Records will be releasing a split 7-inch featuring 2 brand new tracks each from O.C. punk legends The Adolescents and Soviet punk act Svetlanas.

To give you a taste of what you’re in store from you can stream one new track from each band.  Check out The Adolescents’ “Fukushima Lemon Twist” and Svetlanas’ “Tales From The Alpha Brigade” below.

You can purchase the album on Amazon.

Live Video: D.I. covering The Adolescents’ “Kids of the Black Hole” in 1984

Blank TV has posted a video clip of D.I. performing a cover version of the Adolescents classic “Kids of the Black Hole”. The video, which can be watched below, was shot in 1984 in Buena Park, California for public access TV show Media Blitz.

D.I. last released the United We Slam EP in 2012. Their last full-length studio album, On the Western Front, was released in 2007 on Suburban Noize Records.

Nekromantix, The Adolescents, Ten Foot Pole and more to play “Not-So-Silent-Night” show

The line-up for this year installment of the Not-So-Silent-Night show has been announced and among the confirmed bands there is : Nekromantix, The Adolescents, Ten Foot Pole, Masked Intruder, Left Alone and a bunch more.

12 bands are set to play on 2 different stages during the show, which will take place on December 19th at the Yucca Tap Room in Tempe, Arizona.

More informations and tickets can be found here.

Live Video: Descendents joined by Tony Adolescent for cover of The Adolescents’ “No Way”

During the encore at their performance at the Fox Theater in Pomona, California last weekend, the Descendents were joined on stage by The Adolescents‘ lead singer Tony Adolescent to sing their cover version of “No Way”, originally taken from the Adolescents’ iconic 1981 self-titled debut album. You can watch the performance below.

The Descendents recently announced that they have begun recording their long-awaited new album, which is due for release next year, and will be the band’s first studio album since 2004’s Cool to Be You.