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Friday, January 25, 2019 at 1:41 AM (PST) by forrestcook
Punk Rock Bowling just published their weekend itinerary. Each day is spread evenly with legendary punk acts and fast, loud newcomers sure to keep you up all night until you’re begging for sweet continental relief. Who’s up for mimosas? Ticket sales here and club show fliers below.
Wednesday, December 26, 2018 at 3:12 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Oi!!!! Here’s some facts, Jack: 2018 is (almost) over. I didn’t manage to shoot as many shows this year. I moved from my home in Los Angeles to the Mile High City of Denver, Colorado. I got a new kitten. I bought a new car. I started a new job. Now, here’s some stats, Jill (I didn’t want anyone to feel left out): Despite all of that, I still shot well over one hundred sets from about twenty-five different shows/festivals. Moral of the story: I’m fucking tired.
Check out a gallery of some of my favorite pictures from 2018, below!
Thursday, December 20, 2018 at 10:16 PM (PST) by liathdavis
And now, for the announcement that, probably mostly I, but also you all have been waiting for! Camp Anarchy has announced that they’ll be playing host to The Offspring, Rancid, and NOFX and more. The three day festival will take place just outside of Columbus, OH at Legend Valley. Dodgeball, S’mores, craft beers (and yes, they do offer drinking passes so let’s get it on!) and other fun and games over all three days will be offered with day and weekend passes for admission (camping admission separate).
Make sure to check out all the deets here!
Monday, November 26, 2018 at 7:50 PM (PST) by jaystone
We’re six months out from the 2019 installment of Punk Rock Bowling, so you know what that means…it’s lineup announcement time!
As you can see from the epic poster above, the festival, now in its 21st year, takes place in Las Vegas next Memorial Day weekend (May 24 – 27th). The lineup is as strong as ever, with headline performances from Rancid, Descendents and The Specials and it seems to me that it’s a deeper lineup this year with a heavier nod toward the classics than the early announcements of the last couple of years. There also don’t seem to be many – if any – repeats from last year at first glance, meaning it’ll be a totally new experience with a seemingly endless run of bands young and old, big and small (shoutout to my pals in Street Dogs and Louise Distras for getting the call to go back and for local buds Radiator Rattlers for getting their first crack at the PRB goodness). Head here for full ticket info, and start saving your pennies!
Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 12:55 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Festival Season is starting to slow down as Winter approaches, but there’s still quite a few lingering around for the next few weeks before it goes completely silent! Scallywag Fest, although a newcomer to the arena, is one of the better festival! Not only do you get some incredible music like Mad Caddies, The Interrupters, Bad Religion and Rancid, you also get to enjoy a few hours of free craft beer tasting! Free beer and punk rock? sign us up! We sent senior staffer, Anarchopunk out the opening day in his new hometown of Denver and he actually stayed sober enough to get some pretty rad shots! If you’re in the path of this one (check out the complete list of dates and stops here), we’d highly recommend getting your lazy ass off of the couch and going. Enjoy the full photo gallery of the opening day, below!
Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at 2:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Mira!! Mira!!! Los culeros are back with another installment of Dying Scene Radio! In this episode (number TEN?!?!) AP meets up with Denver based melodic hardcore stalwarts, Allout Helter to talk about their ten year anniversary celebration, the growing punk scene in The Mile High City and of course 80’s one-hit-wonders A-Ha. Not only that, the guys will also bring you all of the news you were probably too lazy to read and play some rad tunes from emerging artists that you were probably too lazy to discover! They do all the work for you! So, turn up the volume, kick back and stream Episode 10 of Dying Scene Radio, below!
Rancid’s most recent release was the 2017 LP Trouble Maker and the last Murphy’s Law release was the 2005 LP Covered.
Thursday, August 2, 2018 at 2:08 PM (PST) by otter272
Sunday, April 15, 2018 at 11:44 AM (PST) by Chris Ramone
New York hardcore legends Madball have announced that their new album For the Cause will be released on June 15th via Nuclear Blast. The record was produced by Tim Armstrong from Rancid, who also guests on the album, along with Body Count‘s Ice-T and Psycho Realm’s Sick Jacken.
Bandleader Freddy Cricien comments:
“We are beyond excited to finally drop ‘For The Cause’!! To say we’re happy with the end result is an understatement! This record accurately defines the current state of our band… our sound, our state of mind, our ambitions, our flaws, and our attitude!
Tim and us go way back, he’s an old friend and super talented guy… across the board! A legend in his own right. He invited us to come record with him and it all fell into place very organically. He’s respected our band from day one and was excited to be a part of this. We’re honored to have him on board.
It’s truly an honor to have Ice-T on our record! I grew up on his music from his early hip hop stuff till now. He’s an iconic figure but also a ‘class ac’, you don’t always get both at once. Ice has a great respect for NYHC and Madball, means the world. This was meant to happen…. real recognizes real.”
The record will be Madball’s first one since 2014’s Hardcore Lives.
Monday, March 26, 2018 at 12:06 PM (PST) by rick delaney
Nofx’s Fat Mike has announced the first edition of a new music festival. The event is called Camp Punk in Drublic and will be a three day celebration of punk rock, craft beer, and general debauchery. It will be held on the first weekend of June, from the Friday through until Sunday in Legend Valley, Thornville, OH.
Comprising the line up will be many Fat Wreck favourites plus a few other legendary punk rock bands. These will include: Nofx, Rancid, Goldfinger, Pennywise, Lagwagon, The Bouncing Souls, Face to Face, and many more. There will also be various other attractions such as flea markets, funfairs, and camp fire stories from the likes of Jello Biafra, Eric Melvin, and Mike himself.
Fat Mike had the following to say about his new venture:
“The thing about camping is that really nothing can go wrong, because everything is already wrong. Punk rockers don’t really know how to camp. They know how to wear hoodies, drink, and lean on each other…
“…Let me be clear: A rabbi, a priest and a few thousand punk rockers go camping in Ohio…Sorry, no punchline. But there will be 17 great bands, 2 mediocre bands, and 5,000 kegs of beer. What could possibly go wrong?”
If you’re interested in attending the first Camp Punk in Drublic, head over to the official website to check out all the details.
Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 9:17 AM (PST) by Goldfinger
Canada pull out the canned beers and get ready to eat poutine three times a day. Rockfest has announced the lineup for this the thirteenth edition of the festival and it’s pretty stout. Highlighting this years lineup: Rancid, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Weezer, Lagwagon, Streetlight Manifesto and so many more it’d be an exercise in futility to list them all. If your unfamiliar with Rockfest go, now, order tickets. Two-hundred thousand punks and metal heads descend on the small picturesque town of Montebello, Québec. If you’re a fan of punk, ska or just music in general Rockfest offers an amazing experience.
For more information on the festival check out the Rockfest website here.
Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at 4:41 PM (PST) by steve_kingston
Rancid singer/guitarist Tim Armstrong will be joining the large ensemble cast for underground writer/director Michael Cuenca’s “I’ll Be Around”. Armstrong wil be playing ‘Drew’, a bouncer for the principle music venue featured in the film.
The film follows a group of bands, fans, hopefuls, struggling creatives and wanderers who are connected through a series of events over the course of a day at a small post-punk music festival. It’s based on Cuenca’s own experiences as a musician as well as his journey as a guerrilla filmmaker.
Directed by Michael Cuenca, the film is being independently produced via a Seed & Spark campaign and it is sponsored by The Film Collaborative, the first non-profit committed to distribution, education, and facilitation of independent film.
It is not the first time Tim has tried his hand at acting, he made a guest appearance in an episode of The X-Files last year.
Friday, August 25, 2017 at 3:34 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Friday, July 14, 2017 at 11:20 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
“If There Was Ever A Time” will also be appearing in the upcoming documentary Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk.