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Much The Same streaming new album “Everything Is Fine”

Chicago skate-punk stalwarts Much The Same are streaming their highly anticipated new album Everything Is Fine. Released July 26th through this Dying Scenesters favorite Canadian record label Thousand Islands Records. The highly anticipated album does not disappoint as Much The Same delivers the crisp, high-tempo music we’ve come to love.

Check out the new album below.

This is the first new music from Much The Same since 2006’s Survive. If you’re into skate-punk do yourself a favor and check this gem out.



Much The Same reveal new single, “You Used to Have a Garden”

The second single off Much The Same‘s highly anticipated new album, Everything Is Fine, “You Used to Have a Garden” has been released on all the major digital platforms as well as a YouTube lyric video. The bittersweet song is about bassist Frank’s dad and how he used to have a garden that made things seem okay during troubled times.

You can watch the lyric video for “You Used to Have a Garden” below.  The album is due out July 26th.



Much the Same Are Back! Here’s the First Single “Snakes in the Grass” From Forthcoming Album “Everything is Fine”

Chicago skate punk legends Much The Same are back with a new album. It’s called Everything is Fine and to get you lot in the mood for it, the band have put out a video for lead single “Snakes in the Grass”.

Everything Is Fine will feature nine brand new tracks and if “Snakes in the Grass” is anything to go by, it’ll be a belter. The record is due to be released on 26 July 2019 in partnership with Lockjaw Records in the UK & Europe, Thousand Islands Records in Canada, and Pee Records in Australia.

Check out “Snakes in the Grass” below and if you like it be sure to pre-order your copy here. The LP of Everything is Fine is available in two funky colour variations and the band also have the 2006 classic Survive on vinyl for the first time ever.



Much The Same (Skate Punk, Chicago) announce new album “Everything Is Fine”

Chicago skate punk act Much The Same have announced they will be releasing their new album, Everything Is Fine, sometime this summer via Thousand Islands Records (North America), Pee Records (Australia), and Lockjaw Records (Europe).  We will keep you updated with any other news regarding the new album as it comes out.

Much The Same last released a cover of Lagwagon’s “Making Friends” in January 2019.  Before that was Survive all the way back in 2006.



Much The Same working on third album

Much The Same have confirmed that they are working on their third album at the moment. The band posted on Facebook to say the following: “If you haven’t put together what Dan and Jevin are doing in LA, I guess we’d like to announce that Much the Same has finally begun recording our third record! Ironically, today is 4 years since the day we first announced we were reuniting to record new material. We’ve had quite the ride since then, but it’s all starting to come together. We’ll do our best to keep everyone updated as the recording process moves along. We are all extremely excited for everyone to hear our new songs so stay tuned for more info about an upcoming release!

Dying Scene will keep you posted on events…



Dan from Much The Same (skate punk, Chicago) diagnosed with cancer

Dan O’Gorman, guitarist and vocalist for beloved skate punk band Much The Same has been diagnosed with Stage 3 cancer. According to a Facebook status from the band, he will be starting chemotherapy in September and will be undergoing surgery at a later, unspecified date. Whilst words from the Much The Same camp are ones of optimism, such medical procedures do not come cheap and donations towards the cost of Dan’s care are being accepted via a dedicated GoFundMe page. Below is an excerpt from the band’s statement on the matter: 

 

The salary of a high school teacher / punk rocker isn’t terribly helpful in situations like this… Thanks in advance for supporting Dan in whatever way you’re able. Please let him know you’re rooting for him.

 

Naturally, Dan will be unable to make the South American tour dates scheduled with Face to Face this October, and as such Much The Same have recruited John Feliciano to fill in on guitar duties. In addition to this tour, Much The Same have been making good progress towards a new album, largely penned by Dan himself. They hope to continue to work on this as and when Dan’s health allows his further contributions.

 



Much The Same play new song “Haunted” live, tease plans for new album

Someone who saw Much The Same at Off Limits Fest in Mexico City was nice enough to post a video of the Chicago skate punks playing a new song titled “Haunted.” Check it out below.

In a recent post on their Facebook page, the band said they hope to release a new full-length album in 2017. It’s been a decade since their last record Survive came out on Nitro Records.



Much The Same release video for “Stitches”

Much The Same has put out a video for their song “Stitches” recorded at Groezrock 2016. You can check it out below.

Much The Same’s last release was “Survive” in 2006.



Groezrock adds The Falcon, Much The Same & more to 2016 lineup

Long-running Belgian punk festival Groezrock has added 18 more bands to its 2016 lineup. Among those included in the announcement are The Falcon, Much The Same, The Bennies, Teen Agers, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, and many more.

The full list of bands added in this latest announcement can be seen below.

Tickets for the year’s installment of Groezrock, which takes place on the 29th and 30th of April in Meerhout, Belgium, are available here. Previously announced bands playing the festival include RancidDillinger FourSum 41Dag Nasty, and Me First And The Gimme Gimmes.



Much The Same announce reunion

After being on hiatus since 2007, Much The Same have just announced their reunion! The band posted the following message on their Facebook page:

Much The Same is officially back in action! Since Jevin lives in California now we have recruited our old friend and Break The Silence drummer Mike Ford to join us, and the two practices we’ve had went very well. We won’t be touring again, but will play around the Chicago area from time to time. We’ll be announcing a show soon so keep an eye out for the news. Excited to play for you again!

No official dates have been announced, but we’ll keep you posted as they are. Much The Same last released “Survive” in 2006 via Nitro Records.



Much The Same streams cover of Lagwagon’s “Making Friends”

Despite breaking up seven years ago, Much The Same have surprised punks everywhere by contributing a cover of Lagwagon’s classic tune “Making Friends” to the upcoming A Fat Wreck documentary soundtrack. You can stream it below.

Told mostly from the fans’ perspective; A Fat Wreck tells the story of Fat Wreck Chords’ impact on the current music landscape and how it has shaped the sound and the scene.

Much The Same broke up in 2007, a year after releasing their Nitro Records debut, “Survive”. They reunited for one farewell performance in Chicago in 2011.



Much The Same, Mikey Erg, and more to contribute to “A Fat Wreck” compilation

The “A Fat Wreck” documentary has revealed a tracklist of confirmed contributions to their upcoming compilation so far. It features contributions from Much The Same, Mikey Erg, The Shell Corporation and more.

You can check it out below

We’ll keep you updated as more artists are confirmed. Told mostly from the fans’ perspective; it tells the story of Fat Wreck Chords’ impact on the current music landscape and how it has shaped the sound and the scene.



Much The Same offer free download of debut EP “Caught Off Guard”

Chicago melodic skate punk act, Much The Same, are offering a free download of their 2001 debut EP “Caught Off Guard.”

You can snag it here.

The band released their second full-length album “Survive” in 2006 on Nitro Records. They broke up a year later.



Much The Same posts entry in memory of Tony Sly, perform cover of “Part Two”

Vocalist Gunner McGrath of the Chicago melodic skate punk act, Much The Same, performed a cover of  No Use For A Name, in memory of Tony Sly.

You can watch the performance here.

You can read a blog entry from the band about NUFAN here. Much The Same started in 1999 and announced their breakup in 2007.



Pre-orders up for Much The Same tribute album

Japanese label Torch Of Hope Records has finally put up the pre-order for their Much The Same tribute album which includes the final list of contributors and track list.

You can check out a teaser of all of the songs on it here.

The album will feature covers by Counterpunch, Jet Market, Adrenalized, Bedtime for Charlie, The Down And Outs and more. Much The Same started in 1999 and announced their breakup in 2007.