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Snuff streaming new song “Hey Boff”off upcoming album

Punk vets Snuff are streaming the second new track off their upcoming album There’s A Lot Of It About. “Hey Boff” is a catchy, fast-paced, 90’s punk masterpiece. As a huge fan of 90’s punk I am really amped for some new Snuff. Due out September 20th on Fat Wreck Chords, don’t sleep on this one, it promises to be an album of the year candidate.

Check out the new song below.

Snuff’s last release was 5-4-3-2-1-Perhaps? was released back in 2013.

SNUFF to release new album “There’s A Lot Of It About” on Fat Wreck Chords, stream new track

Over a year in the works,Fat Wreck Chords can finally announce that the new SNUFF album, There’s a Lot of it About, will be released on September 20th! Head below to listen to a brand new song. “Dippy Egg” races with catchy hooks, horns, and non-stop melodies that exemplify just why they’ve survived for over 30 years.

Head here to pre-order your copy today! Tally ho. Tally ho? Yes, tally fucking ho. SNUFF is back, and we couldn’t be more excited about it!

Snuff’s latest album 5-4-3-2-1-Perhaps? was released on January 8th, 2013 through Fat Wreck Chords.

Manchester Punk Festival (UK) Drops Final 2019 “Pay-What-You-Want” Compilation

The ever-hardworking Manchester Punk Festival has been gearing up for this year’s edition in typical fashion with a slew of compilations featuring acts performing. The eclectic track list of the final instalment, released today, spans just about every sub-genre of punk rock you can think of and is guaranteed to fire you up for the UK’s finest celebration of underground music and culture later this month.

Comprising Manchester Punk Festival, Vol. 23 are tunes from Harijan, Snuff, 88 Fingers Louie, The Arteries, Ancst, After the Fall, Sonic Boom Six, Frankie Stubbs, Throwing Stuff, F. Emasculata, Werecats, Speed Dinosaurs, Fights And Fires, Skin of Tears, Folk’s Worst Nightmare, Harker, Catch-it Kebabs, James Hull, Roger Harvey, James Choice & the Bad Decisions, and Boom Boom Racoon.

As always, the compilation is free to stream below. However, you’re encouraged to buy a copy for a price of your choosing to help support the festival.

There are still tickets available for Manchester Punk Festival 2019. You can pick them up and find all the necessary information about the event here.

Manchester Punk Festival is a three day music festival held in Manchester city centre in the north of the UK. The 2019 edition takes place over the weekend of the 19-21st of April.

SBÄM Fest (Austria) announces first wave of bands: Snuff, Mest, Authority Zero, I Against I, Spanish Love Songs, etc

Whether you’re still basking in the afterglow of this year’s summer festival season, or lamenting the fact that it came and went before you had a chance to plan for it, it’s apparently already time to start gearing up for next year. As you start compiling your options here’s a festival that should absolutely be on your radar. SBÄM Fest is a three day shebang hosted in Wels, Austria from May 1st through the 3rd.

45 bands will be playing across 2 stages, and the festival has just announced it’s first wave: Snuff, Mest, Authority Zero, I Against I, Spanish Love Songs, Antillectual, The Human Project, Dead Neck, Slimboy, You Know, and Antimanifest. I don’t know about you, but I’m already sold.

Get more info and purchase tickets before they sell out on the fest’s official website.

Snuff announce U.K. tour with Bad Cop/Bad Cop and Spoilers

To celebrate 30 years of being a band, UK punk veterans, Snuff, have announced U.K. tour dates with with Bad Cop/Bad Cop and Spoilers.

You can check out the tour dates and locations below.

Snuff’s latest album 5-4-3-2-1-Perhaps? was released on January 8th, 2013 through Fat Wreck Chords. The record was their first full-length release in a decade, serving as a follow-up to 2003′s Disposable Income. Bad Cop/Bad Cop’s new album “Not Sorry” was released on June 16th through Fat Wreck Chords. Our review can be read here. Spoilers debut ‘mini-LP’, Stay Afloat is out now via Brassneck Records and Boss Tuneage. Pick up a copy on CD and/or vinyl here or here.

Bad Religion to tour Europe with Snuff, The Broadway Killers and The Interrupters

California punk icons Bad Religion have announced a two month-long European tour that begins in next month, with support from Snuff, The Broadway Killers and The Interrupters. The dates and locations are below.

Bad Religion will enter the studio around this fall to begin work on a new album, which will be their first since 2013’s True North, and their first with Mike Dimkich, who replaced longtime guitarist Greg Hetson last year.

Good Riddance, Strung Out, Snuff & more added to Fat Wrecked For 25 Years’ Japanese show

Back in April, it was announced Fat Wreck Chords would be putting on an epic show all the way in Japan to celebrate their 25th anniversary. The only bands on the lineup were NOFX and Lagwagon, but the label has just added a ton of great bands to fill out the bill, including Good Riddance, Strung Out, Snuff, Masked Intruder, Swingin’ Utters, and more.

The full lineup for the show which is set to take place on November 23rd at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan, can be seen below. Tickets are available here.

If you really wanna see a lineup this awesome but you aren’t able to travel to Japan, you’re in luck because a lot of these bands (and some more) will also be playing the North American tour and the 2-day blowout in San Francisco celebrating of Fat Wreck’s 25th anniversary.

Bad Religion announce more European shows, UK tour with Snuff

California punk icons Bad Religion have announced a UK tour with Snuff, which will take place in August, and will be the follow-up to their upcoming U.S. tour Battle of the Centuries, which begins next week. Before and after they hit the UK, they will play some shows in Europe. The dates and locations are below.

Bad Religion recently announced that they will enter the studio around this fall to begin work on a new album, which will be their first since 2013’s True North, and their first with Mike Dimkich, who replaced longtime guitarist Greg Hetson last year.

Snuff to play three UK shows in September

UK punk veterans Snuff will be playing a short stint of shows in the UK this September. Details on when and where they’ll be stopping can be found below.

Snuff’s latest album 5-4-3-2-1-Perhaps? was released on January 8th, 2013 through Fat Wreck Chords. The record was their first full-length release in a decade, serving as a follow-up to 2003’s Disposable Income.

Bad Religion, The Hives, Snuff to play next year’s Punkspring Festival

Punk rock legends Bad Religion are on the bill for next year’s edition of Japan’s Punkspring Festival, which will be stopping in Tokyo on March 29th and in Osaka on March 30th. Also playing are The Hives, Coldrain (Tokyo only), The Fratellis, Sim, 10-Feet (Osaka only) and Snuff.

Tickets for Punkspring 2014 are available for purchase here. Hopefully you can speak Japanese!

Video: Fun interview between Fat Mike and Snuff’s Duncan Redmonds at New Years Heave 2012

The fellas at RawCutMedia did a random but fun interview with Fat Mike and Snuff singer/drummer Duncan Redmon at New Years Heave in Montreal.  Good for a laugh or two.

Watch it here.

Free Download: Snuff – “EFL”

If you head on over to the Fat Wreck Chords site, you can download “EFL,” which is off of the new Snuff record “5-4-3-2-1-Perhaps?” Note: you’ll need to right click and save link as to actually download it.

The album dropped January 8 via Fat Wreck Chords. Check out our review of it here.

Album Review: Snuff – “5-4-3-2-1-Perhaps?”

With Snuff having been on hiatus for the better part of a decade, it is easy to forget the sound they forged so well. By the time Snuff were hitting arguably their peak form in the 1990’s, punk had been successfully reborn under an American light. There were a few great bands whose carbon copies were everywhere, but Snuff were always the only thing they could be, themselves. Whether it was the ridiculously named songs, or the tremendously catchy trombone and Hammond organ infused punk, they were unique.

When I initially heard that Snuff were releasing a new album of brand new material I was surprised. There had been the occasional Japanese tour here, and the odd NOFX support slot there, but it seemed that these likely lads had called it a day. So to have the brand new Snuff album ‘5-4-3-2-1-Perhaps?’ to listen to, is frankly, a moment worth savoring.

Ten seconds into the opening track ‘In The Stocks’, the glorious sound of Lee Murphy’s Hammond acts as a sonic reminder to those salad days, but with it comes the sound of a band who seem to have little interest in looking back. The track with its hand clap welcome and energetic pace is a glimpse into an impressive new arsenal of songs.

This form continues with follow up tracks: ‘From Underneath The Ice’ and ‘There Goes Walzinblack’. Both are well worked, with the former managing to sound both ‘Classic’ and ‘Fresh’ at the same time, and the latter a prime example of a perfectly executed pop song.

It seems, with all their time off, Snuff have built up a little anger. ‘Mumbo Jumbo’ is a snarling beast of a song. Simply put, it’s a two minute blast that is as enjoyable as it is frantic. ‘I Blame The Parents’ is similar, another brief burst of anger that brings ‘Snuff’ screaming into the 21st Century.

That’s not to say that the Snuff of old have all but disappeared, far from it. ‘Mary Poppins’ is likely not to be a track you will appreciate immediately, like the majority of the album it will grow on you until you find yourself singing every word in a cockney accent.

Also of note, is the excellent drunken lullaby ‘EFL’. A song for drunken imbibers everywhere, this is a rousing tale of excess we can all lift a glass to.

The organ fuelled ‘All Good Things’ brings the album to a close with aplomb. Not only have ‘Snuff’ seemingly out of the blue released a new album, it is arguably up there with their finest work. As it should be, it’s over all too quickly.

For those who don’t have ‘Snuff’ in their lives yet, you could do a lot worse than buying this album, and thereafter consuming their back catalogue. For those that do, you already know. Snuff are back, ‘snuff said.

Full Album Stream: Snuff – “5-4-3-2-1-Perhaps”

Today marks the release of UK punk vets, Snuff‘s, newest album, “5-4-3-2-1-Perhaps”, through Fat Wreck Chords.

In honor of this glorious moment, the band has made the entire album available to stream.

Check it out.

Snuff last released “Disposable Income” in 2003 on 10past12 Records.

Video: NOFX New Year’s Heave show in Montréal, December 31, 2012.

Man, my New Year’s Eve was lame.  If you’re like me you’re wishing you spent it at the NOFX New Year’s Heave show in Montreal.  For those of us who weren’t there here’s a video of what we missed.

NOFX released their last album, “Self Entitled” in September via Fat Wreck Chords.