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D.R.I. to play two Hawaiian shows in February

Crossover thrash icons D.R.I. have announced its first shows of next year’s world tour, which will kick off with two shows at the Anna O’Brien’s club in Honolulu on February 7th and 8th, making it the first the first time since 2011 that the band has performed in Hawaii.

According to their official website, D.R.I. will tour also South America with Arizona thrashers Sacred Reich in March, followed a month later by a tour of Australia; dates are currently to be announced for the time being.

D.R.I. last released the EP But Wait…There’s More! in 2016 via Beer City Records. They have reportedly been working on a new full-length studio album, which will be their first since 1995’s Full Speed Ahead.



D.R.I. announce fall and winter U.S. tour dates

Crossover thrash icons D.R.I. have announced a three-month long U.S. tour, which begins in September and includes stops around the Great Lakes, West Coast and Gulf Coast areas of the continent. All the dates are below.

D.R.I. last released the EP But Wait…There’s More! in 2016 via Beer City Records. They have reportedly been working on a new full-length studio album, which will be their first since 1995’s Full Speed Ahead.



D.R.I. Announce US Gulf Coast Winter Tour

The legendary crossover thrashers in D.R.I. have announced that they will be hitting the road this November and December. The band will visit a total of fourteen cities along the US Gulf Coast to round out 2018. You can check out all the dates below.

The previous musical release from D.R.I. was the 2015 record, But Wait… There’s More!, which was released on Beer City Skateboards and Records.



D.R.I. announce extensive 2018 tour

Punk legends D.R.I. have announced their 2018 touring plans and there isn’t many places they aren’t going to visit.

Check out the very full list of dates below.



MDC stream new album “Mein Trumpf”

Legendary political punk band MDC have released a full stream of their newest album, Mein Trumpf. The record marks the band’s first in 13 years and is a classic throwback to the band’s early days, with all of the same politics that we know and love. It is 7 tracks of fast ear-splitting punk.

You can stream the full thing below.

Mein Trumpf will be released via Primordial Records and serves as a follow-up to the group’s 2004 album, Magnus Dominus Corpus. 



D.R.I. to tour South America in April

Crossover icons D.R.I. have announced they will be touring South America in April. The dates and locations for the tour can be found below.

The tour will see D.R.I. continue promoting their latest EP But Wait…There’s More!, which was released in June of last year through Beer City Records, and was the band’s first set of new material since their last full-length Full Speed Ahead, which was released in 1995.



D.R.I. announce fall U.S. tour

Crossover icons D.R.I. have announced a full-scale U.S. tour, which will take place from September to December. The dates and locations for the tour can be found below.

The tour will see D.R.I. continue promoting their latest EP But Wait…There’s More!, which was released in June of last year through Beer City Records, and was the band’s first set of new material since their last full-length Full Speed Ahead, which was released in 1995.



MDC and The Antidon’ts stream split EP

Iconic hardcore act MDC (Millions of Dead Cops, or in this case Millions of Delusional Citizens) and Florida punk trio The Antidon’ts are currently streaming a split EP. You can listen to it below.

The split EP was released on April 1st through Swamp Cabbage Records.



D.R.I. announce 2017 world tour

Crossover icons D.R.I. will spend most of this spring and summer touring around the world in support of their latest EP But Wait…There’s More!. The tour will kick off on March 25th in Puerto Rico and wrap up in Denver on September 9th; according to the band’s official website, more dates, as well as a fall tour, are to be announced.

The dates and locations for the spring/summer tour can be found below.

But Wait…There’s More! was released last June through Beer City Records, and was the band’s first set of new material since their last full-length Full Speed Ahead, which was released in 1995.



D.R.I. announce Canadian and Northwestern tour dates

Crossover icons D.R.I. have announced a tour of Canada and the West Coast, which will take place in April and May. The dates and locations are below.

D.R.I. last released the EP But Wait…There’s More! this past June through Beer City Records. The EP marks the band’s first set of new material since 1995’s Full Speed Ahead.



D.R.I. announce tour in support of “But Wait…There’s More!”

Crossover icons D.R.I. have announced a six-month long U.S. tour that will kick off next week in Pennsylvania and wrap up in Florida in December. The dates and locations are below.

The tour comes in anticipation of D.R.I.’s upcoming EP But Wait…There’s More!, which is due for release this Friday (June 10th) through Beer City Records. The EP marks the band’s first set of new material since 1995’s Full Speed Ahead.

According to their website, D.R.I. will tour Australia in February of next year, and more U.S. dates will be announced.



D.R.I. announce new EP “But Wait…There’s More!”

Crossover icons D.R.I. have announced that they will release their much-anticipated new EP But Wait… There’s More! on June 11th through Beer City Records. It will include three brand new tracks, plus re-recordings of their classic tunes “Mad Man” and “Couch Slouch”, both taken from their 1985 album Dealing With It!.

You can check out the EP’s track listing below, and pre-orders are available here.

D.R.I.’s last studio album to date, Full Speed Ahead, was released in 1995.



MDC to tour the U.S. next month

Iconic hardcore act MDC (also known as Millions of Dead Cops, Millions of Damn Christians, Metal Devil Cokes and many other names) have announced a U.S. tour that will kick off next month. The dates and locations are below.

MDC last released a Millennium Edition reissue of their 1982 classic self-titled debut album in 2014. Rumor has it that the band has been working on a new album, which will be their first since 2004’s Magnus Dominus Corpus. We’ll keep you posted as more details on new music from MDC come to light.



Kurt Brecht talks about new D.R.I. EP

D.R.I. frontman Kurt Brecht was recently interviewed by Phoenix New Times, where he talked about the band’s long-awaited new EP, which be their first set of all-new material since 1995. Asked why the band hasn’t released any new material in more than two decades, Brecht responded:

“We’d taken a good amount of time off. And when we came back together, we had many offers to play, so we started doing that and have just been busy trying to make a living playing and touring. Bands like us make most of our money touring and selling merchandise at live shows.”

The Phoenix New Times article also reveals that D.R.I. have been finalizing the artwork and liner notes of their new EP, which the band hopes will be released soon. Brecht explains, “Just a handful of songs to test the waters. We haven’t put out anything new in so long, so we wanted to see how much interest there really is in it.”

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the new EP, which is currently untitled, come to light. D.R.I.’s most recent studio album, Full Speed Ahead, was released in 1995.



D.R.I. announce winter tour dates

Crossover icons D.R.I. have announced what appears to be the first batch of dates for their upcoming U.S. winter tour, which will kick off in February. This tour ― which currently includes only shows in Arizona, New Mexico and Texas ― comes in anticipation of the band’s long-awaited new EP, which is expected to arrive early next year. The dates and locations are below.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the new EP, which is currently untitled, come to light. D.R.I.’s most recent studio album, Full Speed Ahead, was released in 1995.