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The Bomb (members of Naked Raygun, The Methadones, etc.) stream new song “Silent Fall”

Chicago punk super-group The Bomb (ft. Naked Raygun frontman Jeff Pezzati, Methadones drummer Mike Soucy, Pete Mittler (who has played bass for both of those bands) and Jeff Dean of All Eyes West) will be putting out a new 12″ EP titled The Axis of Awesome on March 17th through No Idea Records.

To tide you over til then, they’ve made one of the new songs available to stream! Here’s what drummer Mike Soucy had to say about “Silent Fall,” which can be heard down below:

“I wrote the lyrics about a shirt that I accidentally left at a bar in Blue Island. The title is a play on the words Island and Fall. The show was in October so go figure… I used words to describe the shirt that might also be appropriate when describing a girl. I didn’t want people reading them to think I lost a shirt. Who writes a song about a shirt?? I wanted them to think I lost the love of my life on an Island. And the word Fall made it sound more dramatic, I thought. The chorus even sounded more desperate and I purposefully used the word “us” to give a more personal touch to the shirt that I no longer had in my life. It also was the first song I ever did most of the vocal melodies for. Pezzatti changed the lyrics around a bit so it’s not quite the same. The idea is still there, though. It’s a simple tale of a man who lost the coolest shirt he’d ever had.”

Pre-orders for The Axis of Awesome are available on No Idea’s webstore. The first pressing of is limited to 325 copies on coke bottle clear vinyl with a special screen-printed B-side.

Red Scare 10th Anniversary Weekend announces first wave of bands (Falcon, Lillingtons, Methadones, Brokedowns)

Red Scare Industries has announced the “Red Scare 10th Anniversary Weekend” taking place on October 25th at Metro in Chicago.  The first of MANY MORE BANDS to be announced are: The Falcon, The Lillingtons, The Methadones, and The Brokedowns. There will be other events surrounding this main show, so stay tuned for details. The story is here:

Snag your tickets here.

The Enders cover “Ammunition” by The Methadones

The Enders just released a cover of The Methadones’ “Ammunition” and you can check it out below.

The Ender’s last album The Ruins of Ambition was released in 2012 on Unrepentant Records.


Remixed Methadones album “Not Economically Viable” now streaming

The remixed, remastered version of “Not Economically Viable” is now available to stream. The record was the third in The Methadones catalog, and the first to feature the line-up the band would finish their career with. It was remixed by Matt Allison of Atlas Studios (The Lawrence Arms, Dead to Me, Alkaline Trio), and remastered by Bill Henderson at Azimuth Mastering. Check it out here.

Originally released by Thick Records, expect this remaster December 20th from Underground Communique Records.

New Music: Solidarity Recordings release free 30-track sampler

And now one for the S&M fans among us (sports and music, sicko – get your mind out of the gutter). In honor of Major League Baseball’s Opening Day, San Jose-based Solidarity Recordings will release a 30-track sampler (30 MLB teams – 30 tracks…get it?) on their website beginning tomorrow (March 31). The best part about it? It’s free! Head here to get yourself one.

The sampler features some pretty awesome cover art, and contains tracks by all of your favorite Solidarity acts (and a few others): The Methadones, Joyce Manor, Aspiga, Fifteen, The Mighty Fine, and many, many more. Click here for the full track list.

Details on The Methadones’ final release

Chicago’s The Methadones had a good run. They decided to call it a day earlier this year and are putting out a last studio release, The Methadones, to pull together some loose ends. The album (artwork pictured –<<– there) is comprised of 5 new tracks, tracks from the out-of-print split with The Copyrights, and tracks from 2 out-of-print 7″ releases from last year. Check out the full track listing here.

The band played their final show on November 13 in Chicago. The self-titled album is available through Asian Man Records..

The Methadones announce last show ever

Having thrown in the towel earlier this year, The Methadones have announced plans for their last show ever.  The show will take place this weekend on Saturday, Novermber 13th at Reggies’s Rock Club in Chicago. The Methadones’ last stand will also feature support from The Soviettes, The Copyrights and The Jetty Boys.  You can find out the details and RSVP to the show here.

The band’s last album, This Won’t Hurt, was released on Red Scare in 2007 and have plans to release a B-Sides collection on November 16th via Asian Man Records.

Methadones announce release date and cover art for final album

That right there <= is the cover art for the final release from Chicago’s Methadones.  The album is self-titled and contain 5 brand new studio tracks along with out of print songs from their split with the Copyrights and 4 songs from two out of print 7″s from last year.

The album will be released on November 16th via Asian Man Records.

Methadones final release details

Here it is! Asian Man Records released some info on the Methadones final release. If you didn’t already know, the Methadones broke up a couple months ago. Well, their final release will be surfacing, featuring five new tracks and a handful of songs from a 7″ and their split with The Copyrights.

Check out the list of songs here.

The Methadones last album, This Won’t Hurt, was released on Red Scare in 2007.

The Methadones calling it quits, releasing final album

Chicago’s The Methadones have decided to end their tenure as a band. While there’s been no formal press release yet, frontman Dan Schafer recently dropped the news in an Insubordination Fest promotional interview. After almost 10 years together, the band has “run its course,” according to Schafer.

The band will be playing Insubordination Fest and a few more shows before the end of the year. They’ll also be releasing a compilation of B-sides, out-takes, and 5 new songs.

The band’s last album, This Won’t Hurt, was released on Red Scare in 2007. Make sure to catch them in their final shows – we’ll post the details as soon as we hear anything.

The Methadones working on new material

the-methadonesThings have been pretty quiet from The Methadones camp lately but that’s about to change because the band is currently working on new material.  The fellas hope to jump into the studio this spring to record five new songs and re-record one old one previously only available on a comp.  The band also mentioned they might try to make a video and head out on tour later in the year.

The Methadones released their last full-length, This Won’t Hurt, on Red Scare in 2007.