Today, we release The Songs of Tony Sly: A Tribute, a 26-track covers album compiled to celebrate the life and music of the late No Use For A Name frontman Tony Sly, who passed away on July 31st, 2012. The compilation showcases a diverse menagerie of artists offering their unique interpretations of Tony’s songs such as Rise Against, Bad Religion, Alkaline Trio, Yellowcard, Snuff and Karina Denike to name a few. Below, listen to Strung Out’s riffy take on the NUFAN classic “Soulmate” and NOFX turn Tony’s solo song “The Shortest Pier” into a prototypical NOFX-style punk song. Read a new review or two and order your copy today. Profits from the sale of the compilation will go towards the Tony Sly Memorial Fund, established to assist Tony’s wife Brigitte and their daughters, Fiona and Keira.
PEARS’ show in SLC tonight is canceled! Salt Lakers, hit them up on FB and have them play your basement!
NOFX regresa a Perú ! Lea una entrevista con Fat Mike.
Joey Cape sure talks a lot. Luckily it’s in interesting interviews like this one.
To celebrate 30 years of being a band (wow!), our favorite UK punk veterans Snuff have announced a UK anniversary tour with Bad Cop/Bad Cop.
The Flatliners are about to hit Japan and Australia. Interviewers take note: singer Chris Cresswell reveals the worst interview questions. Chris also answers some good questions about the Flats and solo stuff, and some Australian questions.
Almost as rare as a new Dillinger Four album is a new Dillinger Four interview. And this Noisey piece is well worth your time.
Night Birds’ Mutiny At Muscle Beach is unstoppable!
Can you smell what The Rock is cookin’?! Masked Intruder are playing Wrestlepalooza
Jaded in Chicago has an interview with Paddy from Dillinger Four. Get snowed in!