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Bad Religion announce new drummer

Bad Religion guitarist Brian Baker has reportedly confirmed that the iconic California punk band has added Jamie Miller from …And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead and Snot as the replacement for Brooks Wackerman.

For those who don’t know, Wackerman parted ways with BR last fall to join Avenged Sevenfold. Miller will make his live debut with Bad Religion next month in South America.

Bad Religion last released the holiday EP Christmas Songs in 2013. The band is expected to begin work on a new album later this year, which will be their first since 2013’s True North.



The Bastard Sons announce U.K. tour with Snot (California punks)

York, England’s harder-than-rock quintet The Bastard Sons have been tapped to support California hardcore punks Snot on their first-ever tour of the U.K.

The Bastard Sons’ latest EP, Roads, was released on Kaiju Records last year.  You can check out a video for the track “O Brothel Where Art Thou?” below.



Snot to play entire “Get Some” album on U.S. tour

Recently reunited seminal Santa Barbara metal/hardcore punk band Snot will embark on a U.S. tour this fall, where they will perform their 1997 album Get Some in its entirety. Supporting acts include He Is Legend, Thira and Lydia Can’t Breathe. The dates and locations are below.

Snot, who lasted for only one album, broke up after the death of their original singer Lynn Strait in 1998. They reunited ten years later, with former Divine Heresy singer Tommy “Vext” Cummings taking Strait’s place, before parting ways once again. Snot reunited again last February.



Live Video: Snot playing their first show in five years

Seminal Santa Barbara metal/hardcore punk band Snot reunited once again for at least one performance last Tuesday (February 11th) at the Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California. Proceeds from this show, which was the band’s first in five years, were going to SFG12, which offers uniquely curtailed financial and spiritual assistance programs to artists in, or seeking, recovery.

Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be seen below.

Snot, who lasted for only one album, broke up after the death of their original singer Lynn Strait in 1998. They reunited ten years later, with former Divine Heresy singer Tommy “Vext” Cummings taking Strait’s place, before parting ways once again.