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Chaos Delivery Machine (Pennywise, 98 Mute) release music video – “Nevermind”

California punk group Chaos Delivery Machine (featuring members of Pennywise and 98 Mute) have a new video out for their song “Nevermind”. Watch it below.

The track is off the band’s latest full-length album, Burn Motherfucker Burn, which came out last week (July 10th) on Hardline Entertainment. Grab a copy here.



Fletcher Dragge and Justin Thirsk discuss “shit-pipes”, Pringles cans and the new Chaos Delivery Machine record, guest host Dying Scene Radio

This week on Dying Scene RadioBob Noxious and Bobby Pickles are joined in-studio by guest hosts, Fletcher Dragge (of Pennywise fame) and Justin Thirsk, two-thirds of the Hermosa Beach trio known as Chaos Delivery Machine! They’re trying to wake people up to the insane realities of the world through their freshly released cacophony record entitled – BURN MOTHERF#CKER, BURN – produced by Fletcher himself via Hardline Entertainment. An enemy will stab you in the back, but a true friend will stab you in the front, repeatedly – which Fletcher and Justin (a couple longtime pals who have enough stories and insights to fill a podcast program of their own) make abundantly clear by the diatribe they exchange. The Bobs also speak with Olga and Diste of the female-fronted “Russian” hardcore punk band, SVETLANAS, whose latest record, Naked Horse Rider, was produced by Dwarves frontman Blag Dahlia. Catch them out on the Warped Tour this summer! Episode 23’s recurring theme: unconventional Pringles can applications.

Hear the cacophony of brotherly ball-busting below.



New Video Premiere: “Of Mice And Men” by Chaos Delivery Machine

Hermosa Beach, CA punk trio Chaos Delivery Machine (featuring members of Pennywise and 98 Mute) has premiered a new video for their track “Of Mice And Men” (eat your heart out, Steinbeck!) off their highly anticipated upcoming sophomore album BURN MOTHERFUCKER, BURN, which is set to release next Friday, July 10th via Hardline Entertainment.

Check it out below.



Podcast: Dying Scene Radio ep. #7 (special guests: Justin Thirsk of Chaos Delivery Machine and Bill Manspeaker of Green Jellÿ)

This week on Dying Scene Radio, the Bobs forgo the traditional format (no BAND SPOTLIGHT) in lieu of conducting two key interviews with Justin Thirsk of Chaos Delivery Machine and Bill Manspeaker of Green Jellÿ, respectively. Per usual, the two compare notes about the weather (Bob thrives in a sub-tropical paradise while Bobby survives yet another week of frozen, mucky hell), Bobby’s girlfriend breaks up with him because of, among other things, the podcast, then Bob insists that his co-host settle for a “nice, vegan chick” instead of a “punk rock girl”, and Bob voices his displeasure with Bobby’s constant weekly updates about Blink 182.

Regarding the Bobs’ interview with Justin Thirsk, Bob begins with an apology for giving bad information the week prior about Justin’s brother, Jason, who was the original bass player of Pennywise and the author of their iconic anthem, Bro Hymn. Justin takes the Bobs on a trip down memory lane about his former band 98 Mute and explains the origins of his new recording project, Chaos Delivery Machine.

Bob compares Korean food to a Japanese band celebrating 20 years together, then mentions Burger King when another veteran punk rock band becomes the topic of conversation (Bob obviously needs to eat better before the show). Bob goes on to explain “Crossover” to Bobby, then finishes his thought by comparing punk and metal music to Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.

Bob invites Bobby to visit Florida for his birthday, then tries to convince him to move back to the Sunshine State, insisting that all New Yorkers are “mean and nasty” – recalling his time frequenting the state as a youth and being punched in the face for an off-color remark. Bobby refuses to give up the other reasons why his girlfriend dumped him.

The Bobs both agree that they have “Type A” personalities, then the two “A-holes” connect with Green Jellÿ founder and frontman, Bill Manspeaker, in an online video chat. In true form, Bill shares the link with his fans who proceed to flood the chat room like circus freaks aiming to impress their ringleader – the almighty Cowgod himself. The Bobs attempt to reign in some of Bill’s adoring fans but bedlam ensues (the FULL INTERVIEW can be found on youtube).

This week’s episode is sponsored by FAT ENZO.

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THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Stabbed In Back – Dasvadaniya
Western Addiction – Clatter & Hiss
Torches To Triggers – Clay Minds
The Flatliners – Fangs
Justin Thirsk Interview Part 1
Chaos Delivery Machine – The New Testament
Anchor – Losing Faith
Taj Motel Trio – Burn It Down
Skankshot – One For The Squatters
Burning Heads – Pop A Pill
Migre Le Tigre – Waves Of Change
Justin Thirsk Interview Part 2
98 Mute – M.A.D.
Dearly Divided – ‘89
Cancer Bats – True Zero
Caskitt – Friday Night Lightweights
Bill Manspeaker Interview (Pt 1)
Green Jellÿ – Electric Harley House Of Love
Bill Manspeaker Interview (Pt 2)
Green Jellÿ – The Bear Song
Bill Manspeaker Interview (Pt 3)
Green Jellÿ – Three Little Pigs

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Chaos Delivery Machine (members of Pennywise and 98 Mute) stream new song “Where The Sidewalk Ends”

Chaos Delivery Machine, featuring Fletcher Dragge of Pennywise and 98 Mute bandmates Justin Thirsk and Jason Page, are streaming a brand new track off their upcoming album “Burn Motherfucker, Burn.”  Give “Where The Sidewalk Ends” below.

“Burn Motherfucker, Burn” is slated for release on May 5th through Hardline Entertainment and serves as the band’s sophomore release behind “Manifesto” released in 2008 on Felony Records.

Pre-order “Burn Motherfucker, Burn” right here.



Chaos Delivery Machine details “Burn Motherfucker, Burn”

Chaos Delivery Machine, featuring Fletcher Dragge of Pennywise have announced their sophomore effort Burn Motherfucker, Burn.

You can check out the track listening below.

The album is slated for a May 5th release.