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Schedule released for San Diego’s Awesome Fest X

Awesome Fest has released it’s full three-day schedule.

Between September 2nd and 4th, nearly 70 bands bands will take over San Diego for the 10th annual Awesome Fest. Musical acts include The Arrivals, Red City Radio, Toys That Kill, Toy Guitar, and Bad Cop/Bad Cop.

Check out the full line up and schedule below.



Little Dave Merriman (The Arrivals) streams two songs from new solo release “Odd Bird”

Little Dave Merriman of Chicago punk act The Arrivals is streaming two tracks from his new solo album Odd Bird, which was released on December 2nd through Hewhocorrupts Inc.

You can check out “Fat Bird” below, and give “Take Me In And Let Me Go” a listen over here. After you’ve done that, head over to the label’s Bandcamp page to pick up a digital or physical (cassette) copy of the album.



Recess Records releases free sampler comp “Viva La Silent Era!” (Toys That Kill, The Dwarves & more)

The fine folks at Recess Records have released a free sampler comp, featuring bad-ass songs from Toys That Kill, The Dwarves, Future Virgins, The Arrivals, and many others.

You can give “Viva La Silent Era!” a listen below and download it for free from the label’s Bandcamp.



Music Video: The Arrivals – “Frontline”

Chicago punk outfit The Arrivals have posted the music video for their song “Frontline.”

You can check it out here.

The song appears on their latest album “Volatile Molotov” which was released in 2010 Recess Records.



The Arteries stream new song “Kings of Shit” off upcoming split 7-inch w/ The Arrivals

UK Punk rockers, The Arteries, are streaming a new song, “Kings of Shit,” off their upcoming split 7-inch w/ The Arrivals.

Check it out here.

The band’s split 7-inch w/ The Arrivals is slated to release early next month via All In Vinyl.



Video: New episode of JBTV features Fake Problems, The Arrivals, Dropkick Murphys, Thursday, and Less Than Jake

The newest installment of JBTV was released today, and it features interviews with Fake Problems, The Arrivals, Dropkick Murphys, and Thursday – as well as performances by The Arrivals and Fake Problems, and a some 1993 footage of Less Than Jake playing Automatic. Check it out here.



The Arrivals announce more tour dates with Toys That Kill

Chicago punk outfit The Arrivals have announced tour dates with labelmates Toys That Kill. This is not the first time that these two bands have come together for a tour- in fact, the end of last year saw both bands hitting the road together. Certain shows will also see appearances from bands such as Marked Man, The Soviettes, This is My Fist, the Spits, and High Tention Wires.

The tour is in support of The Arrivals’ latest album, “Volatile Molotov,” which was released last year on Recess Records. you can check out the new tour dates here.



The Arrivals announce tour with Toys That Kill

Chicago punks The Arrivals have announced a tour with Toys That Kill that will see them lead up to The Fest 9.

The tour will begin October 22nd and will be interrupted by the 3 The Fest dates, only to start up again November 2nd for a few more shows. Check the full dates here.

The band’s new album Volatile Molotov is the follow-up to 2007’s Marvels of Industry.



New Music: “Two Years” from upcoming The Arrivals album “Volatile Moltov”

Chicago punkers The Arrivals have posted another track from their upcoming full-length the track Two Years is now up on the band’s MySpace page. The album, titled Volatile Moltov, will hit the streets on October 5 through Recess Records.

We previously announced the album’s cover art (it’s right <– there) and track listing here.  The album is the band’s follow-up to 2007’s Marvels of Industry. The boys just wrapped a tour and will have a few more dates in support of the new release before playing Fest 9 in Gainesville. Get the dirt on upcoming shows here.



The Arrivals detail upcoming album “Volatile Molotov”, stream new track “Frontline”

Chicago punk band The Arrivals have announced the tracklisting and album artwork for their upcoming Recess Records release Volatile Molotov. The album artwork can be seen <=there= and the tracklisting here.

The band is also streaming the track Frontline, which you can hear right here. If this song is any indication, this album is going to be a must-hear. The track is Street Dogs-esque so if you’re into Street Dogs, definitely give these guys a listen. The album drops October 5th



Music Video – The Arrivals – “Drill Baby Drill”

The Arrivals have posted a music video for their song, Drill Baby Drill. The song is from the band’s Sister Series 7″ and the footage for the video is from the BP oil spill.  It’s depressing as hell to watch but you can catch it here.

The band released their last full-length, Marvels Of Industry, on Recess Records in 2007.