The band released their first new songs in 15 years recently.
Monday, January 7, 2019 at 2:47 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
The band released their first new songs in 15 years recently.
Whatever they’re cooking up, it will be the first new music since their “Stealing The Covers” album was released in March, 2017.
We’ll keep you posted as more details are announced.
Tuesday, October 30, 2018 at 8:58 PM (PST) by jaystone
Dorchester, Massachusetts, native Bryan McPherson has spent the better part of the last couple decades touring the country and producing solo music that brilliantly melds traditional folk-influenced storytelling with an aggressive, punk rock playing style and work ethic. After moving to California and touring relentlessly across the country and back over the course of the last couple of years in support of his last full-length, 2015’s stellar – and criminally underrated – Wedgewood, McPherson returned home to his native Massachusetts to woodshed material for a new album.
When he got here and saw first-hand the devastating impact that the opioid epidemic of the last several years has had on his hometown, McPherson changed his mind. He decided to go back into his own personal archive to rework old tracks that never really saw the light of day commercially. Many of the songs were written when McPherson himself was in the throes of his own issues with substance use. Now sober for years, McPherson retooled the old material, approaching it from a person with an extra decade-and-a-half of lived experience. The result is Kings Corner, named after the Dorchester street corner that McPherson and his friends used to hang out on (and, coincidentally, a solid fly ball from my own old apartment).
McPherson has launched a Kickstarter campaign to help Kings Corner see the light of day. Head here to check out the unique pledge options!
Saturday, October 13, 2018 at 11:20 AM (PST) by Johnny X
If you’ve found yourself jonesin’ for some new NOFX jams then Fat Mike has some good news for you. He recently posted a video on Instagram of him laying down a new bass track in the studio accompanied with the following comment:
Didn’t have a lot of shows this year, so I wrote 55 NOFX songs. I just wrote number 56 tonite. Wanna hear it? It goes like this…
We’ll of course keep you posted when details start becoming official.
The new album will be the first since 2016’s First Ditch Effort, released via Fat Wreck Chords.
The Offspring have been in the studio on and off for the last five years working on a new album with producer Bob Rock. This time, the band (who had just finished touring North America with 311) posted a picture from the studio via Facebook, with the caption reading, “Back to work.”
Whether or not this update means they are still working on the follow-up to 2012’s Days Go By remains to be seen. Guitarist Noodles recently stated that they might release two albums next year.
Thursday, August 30, 2018 at 5:15 PM (PST) by Chris Ramone
Bad Religion bassist Jay Bentley apparently revealed to the Croatian website Muzika that the band will enter the studio in October to start recording their long-awaited new album for a spring 2019 release.
Jay also stated in the same interview that the band’s recently-released new song “The Kids Are Alt-Right” and that the new album will sound different than that song. Translated by Dying Scene, Jay said, “This is probably different from what I’ve ever heard of this collective. I mean, we only recorded two songs, one that everyone heard and one that does not sound like it.”
The tunes will be the latest from the band since their 2016 full-length effort Honesty Lives Elsewhere released via Fat Wreck Chords.
Monday, July 23, 2018 at 9:47 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Legendary skate punk three piece Cigar appear to be making good on their earlier promise of new tunes. The band recently posted a video to their Instagram account of them jamming through some previously unheard material.
Cigar went their separate ways in 2006 leaving fans desperate for more. Their only recorded full-length to date is the 1999 release Speed is Relative – an album that has since become essential listening for the skate punk scene.
You can check out the teaser video of Cigar’s new music over at their Instagram page. We can’t bloody wait for the whole album!
Gainesville, Florida punk rockers Against Me! have finished their newest album! According a recent tweet by vocalist/guitarist Laura Jane Grace, recording, mixing, mastering and album art are completed.
No title, release date or other details have been released. This new album will be the follow- up to their 2016 LP Shape Shift With Me
Ten Foot Pole have confirmed (via Twitter) that they are recording a new album at the moment. They simply stated that they have “finished recording lead vocals for new album with legendary producer Ryan Greene” and the tweet points out they haven’t decided on a title yet.
The album will be the follow up to last year’s “Setlist”, but will be the first fully new album since 2004 “Subliminable Messages”.
California punks OFF! appear to be recording some new music. Guitarist Dimitri Coats said in a tweet:
“14 songs and counting @OFFOfficial.” We’ll be sure to keep you updated as the band releases more information on new music.
OFF! last released Wasted Years in 2014 via Vice Records.
As reported by Ultimate-Guitar.com, The Offspring are apparently still in the studio with producer Bob Rock, tracking down at least one song for their long-awaited new album. Guitarist Noodles wrote this statement via Instagram:
“People want to hear new songs. Our newest record has gotten better reviews than we’ve gotten in over 10 years.”
Of course the “newest record” Mike is referring to is their most recent studio album First Ditch Effort, which was released in October 2016 via Fat Wreck Chords. We’ll keep you posted as more details on new music from NOFX come to light. They released one new song last March “There’s No ‘Too Soon’ If Time Is Relative“.
Wednesday, May 2, 2018 at 3:27 PM (PST) by Johnny X
Southern California punk act Chaser are one of the bands that inspired me to start the shitty website you’re reading this story on, which is why I’m especially excited to announce that they’re gearing up to release a new album titled “Sound The Sirens” this summer.
To prove it the band have released a bit of a teaser video that features the fellas discussing the recording process among other odds and ends, but most interestingly, it features a snippet of one of the new tunes. It’s rad and you can check it out for yourself below.
“Sound The Sirens” will be the band’s first new album since 2011’s “Action” EP released via Felony Records.
Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at 10:26 PM (PST) by Chris Ramone
The Offspring guitarist Noodles revealed in a recent interview with Q103’s Candace that the band is not only in the process of finishing their long-awaited new album, but will likely debut a new song when they go on tour this summer with 311. Here’s what he had to say:
“The record is almost done — legitimately almost done. I think we have 10 songs done and a couple of more we’re working… just writing lyrics for. And then we might do one or two more on top of that.”
As for when fans can expect to see the release of the record, Noodles said: “It looks like it’s gonna be fall. We were hoping to have it out this summer. I was recently informed it looks more like fall now.”
And lastly, he said that fans may get a chance to hear a new Offspring track during the band’s live shows this summer, “We’ve got one of the new songs already ready to go. It’s one of the upbeat ones. The working title is ‘Ripping’. So it kind of gives you an idea of what the song is about. And I think that we’ll be playing that over the summer.”
You can listen to the interview below.
The new record will be The Offspring’s first one since 2012’s Days Go By.
The Longest Hall have a song called "Punch A Nazi In The Face". That should be enough for you to give them a try, but I'll expand. The song starts with a driving tom beat that's more punk than you, references the intro to Fuck Tha Police, then drops a 'BLEH' over a riff that makes you want to start a NYHC style pit in your kitchen. All within the first 21 seconds. Hailing from Florida, the band consists of 3 brothers who clearly grew up loving ALL the music. Genres bleed into one another and you can almost see an excitable trio of men going 'oh wait, what if we did this next' in each song. Usually 'this' is another breakdown to get you moshing. Imagine drunkenly stumbling between the practice studios of A Day To Remember, Anti-Flag, All That Remains and Agnostic Front and you're halfway to understanding the sound these guys have put together. Except sometimes they go full metal. There's a lot going on! Check out their debut album here.