Two for TUESDAY! First up: Anti-Flag’s career-spanning collection—A Document of Dissent: 1993-2013—is out today! Comprised of 26 tracks, culled from nine full-length albums and spanning six labels, it is THE essential Anti-Flag release. Curious to hear a track? Well, today Esquire is presenting the re-mastered classic, “Underground Network,” and you can hear it here! After you’ve listened, check out a new interview with bassist Chris #2, view their tour dates and order your copy today!
Up next we have the brand new 7" from the boys of the heartland, The Copyrights! It’s pop-punk at its finest; with instant hooks and catchy melodies, No Knocks is a must have. Don’t believe us? Well, watch the video for the title track and then grab your copy of wax here. Don’t forget to catch them on tour as they’ll be tearing up the States all summer!
Masked Intruder and The Copyrights are hitting the road this fall. Substream has a teaser!
Jason from Western Addiction and former Fat employee picks his top 11 Fat releases for Team Rock!
Fat Mike discusses celebrating 25 Years of Fat Wreck Chords with Diffuser Magazine!
We’re loving this acoustic version of Lagwagon’s “Obsolete Absolute” that Joey Cape just released!
Hey San Francisco! Catch Spike from the Gimme Gimmes and Uke-Hunt live on The Kinda Late Show with Broke-Ass Stuart before Stuart becomes the Broke-Ass Mayor of San Francisco!