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Mike Herrera posts cover of ‘1985’

Mike Herrera, frontman of MxPx, has shared an updated version of the song ‘1985’ ahead of some shows with Bowling For Soup. The song written and recorded by SR-71, was made famous by Bowling For Soup in their 2004 cover. You can hear Mike’s version on his facebook page.



MxPx cover NOFX song ‘Franco Un-American’

Mike Herrera has being having fun releasing covers this year, either with MxPx or as a solo project. The most recent one came out this week and is an updated version of the NOFX 2003 song ‘Franco Un-American’. The lyrics have been updated and reflect the world in 2019.

Have a listen below.



Mike Herrera (MxPx) records new version of ‘Don’t Walk Away’

Mike Herrera, frontman of MxPx, has shared a new version of the song ‘Don’t Walk Away’. The original version of the song first appeared on the 2003 studio album ‘Before Everything and After’. Mike and his wife Holli were recently featured on the tv show ‘Fixer Upper’ where work was done on their home in Texas. A plaque was installed in the kitchen with the lyrics to this song, this can be seen at the beginning of the video.

Check out the video for the new, stripped back version below.



Punk In Drublic Craft Beer and Music Festival announces Portland Date

Fat Mike’s Punk In Drublic Festival recently announced it’s first 2019 US date will take place in Portland, OR on July 12th at Portland Meadows.

The festival will feature NOFX playing The Decline in its entirety with Baz’s Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as Bad Religion, MXPX, Anti-Flag, The Last Gang, and Mean Jeans.

You can get all the details here



Mike Herrera (MxPx) releases video for “Lights Out”

Mike Herrera, frontman of MxPx, has released a video for solo track “Lights Out”. As yet there is no news of an album, but DS will keep you posted…

Have a watch below.



MxPx put out ‘remix’ of Heard That Sound featuring Five Iron Frenzy

Ahead of their show together last weekend in Chicago, MxPx put out a version of ‘Heard That Sound’ featuring Five Iron Frenzy. Despite being labelled as a remix of the song, this is actually a live recording from a gig in 2015. The brass section of Five Iron Frenzy joined the legendary punks on stage to play the main riff for the song. If you have not heard this before, it is still well worth a listen and you can hear the entire set which serves as MxPx’s second live album ‘Left Coast Live‘ which was released in 2017.

Check out the ‘remix’ of Heard That Sound below.



Mike Herrera (MxPx) shares acoustic cover of Millencolin’s “No Cigar”

Mike Herrera, frontman of MxPx, has shared an acoustic cover of Millencolin‘s classic ‘No Cigar’. This is ahead of Mike heading to Australia to tour with Millencolin next month. Goldfinger will be opening for the entire run. That’s right, Mike has been playing bass with Goldfinger as well for a few years now.

If you haven’t yet, be sure listen to Millencolin’s excellent new album ‘SOS’. Mike’s cover along with the Millencolin/Goldfinger dates Down Under can be found below.



MxPx cover The Ataris classic ‘San Dimas High School Football Rules’

MxPx have released a cover of The Ataris trademark song ‘San Dimas High School Football Rules’.

“After 17 years of marriage, I found out that this my wife’s favourite song, so we had some fun,” says MxPx frontman Mike Herrera.

This version is great fun, with Mike enunciating some of the words slightly differently and they drop the chugging guitar for the first part of the second verse mixing it up a bit.

Check out the video below.



Have a listen to MxPx’s “Punk Rawk Christmas”

In case you missed it, MxPx released a festive, six song EP a few days back. If you’re bored of listening to Bad Religion’s Xmas album, now you have another band you love to feel festive with.

Have a listen to Punk Rock Christmas on Spotify now.



Stream new MxPx Christmas song featuring guest vocals from Tsunami Bomb singer

Last week MxPx put out another  holiday single called ‘December’. This straight forward pop punk number is a welcome addition to the band’s growing collection of Christmas songs. Guest vocals are provided by Emily Whitehurst (Tsunami Bomb) and Pierre Bouvier (Simple Plan, who is also the most recent guest on Mike Herrera’s podcast).

Check out the video for the song below. The song is part of a re-release of ‘Punk Rawk Christmas’ (available on all streaming sites).

2018 has been a busy year for MxPx in terms of releasing music. They put out a self-titled full length, their first in over six years, during the summer to critical acclaim. This was followed up a few months later with the EP ‘Best Life’.



Album Review: MXPX – “MXPX”

Defining a full-length studio album as one comprised of mostly, if not entirely, new and original material, here are some bands who have NOT yet released ten proper full-length studio albums: Descendents, Lagwagon, blink-182, The Offspring, Less Than Jake, Strung Out, Rancid. (Bands that have? NOFX, Bad Religion, Pennywise, Green Day, Screeching Weasel, The Ramones…) Longevity does not necessarily go hand-in-hand with greatness, but, still, you gotta be doing something right to make it to ten full-lengths. And now MxPx has joined the club.



MxPx are streaming their new Self-Titled album

Bremerton pop-punk legends MxPx are streaming their new Self-Titled album. In case you missed it, last week the Bremerton punks released a video of themselves playing the new album in its entirety, and I must say it’s pretty spectacular.

You can give the new album a listen below.

This is the first new full length from MxPx since the 2012 release of Plans Within Plans. Without a doubt go give this one a listen, like most things in life MxPx has aged like a fine wine and you won’t want to miss this vintage.



MxPX stream performance of new album

In case you weren’t aware of it, Bremerton-WA pop-punk trio MxPx are releasing a new album. The self-titled LP will be their 12th full-length album.

The band recently posted a video on their YouTube channel and performed the entire album. You can watch the video below.

Their last full-length release was the 2012 album Plans Within Plans.



MxPx release video for new track “Rolling Strong”

Following recent video “Let’s Ride“, MxPx have released another video for “Rolling Strong”. Both tracks are from their upcoming, eponymously titled full length. The album was crowdfunded (with the campaign still ongoing) and various merch packages are now up ahead of this month’s release.

Have a watch of the video below.



MxPx release video for new track “Let’s Ride”

MxPx have released a video for “Let’s Ride”, a track from their upcoming, eponymously titled full length. The album was crowdfunded (with the campaign still ongoing) and various merch packages are now up ahead of this month’s release.

You can have a watch of the video below.