No Use for a Name, a cornerstone band of Fat Wreck Chords, needs no introduction. Back in 2007, we compiled All the Best Songs, a collection of tunes commemorating the band’s illustrious career up to that point. Since that time, of course, the band came to an end after the tragic passing of their singer and songwriter, Tony Sly, but not before releasing what would be their final album, the resurgent and critically acclaimed The Feel Good Record of the Year. So in order to fully encapsulate the band’s career on FAT, All the Best Songs has been thoughtfully updated to include tracks from that 2008 album. With brand new artwork and massive photo collages, All the Best Songs is now the definitive NUFAN collection. Additionally, All the Best Songs will be getting its vinyl debut, so be sure to check back as we’ll announce the pre-order soon! If you missed our FAT 25 SF bash, check out this video of the amazing set from No Use and Friends.
Our “Fat Tuesday” series concludes tomorrow night when Strung Out makes their late night TV debut on NBC’s Last Call With Carson Daly! Tune in at 1:35AM (12:35C)!
Alright. What is the deal here? Did we not pay these people off enough? What’s with all these 4.5 outta 5 and 9.5 outta 10?! We want the other half a star, goddammit! But seriously, we are thrilled folks are digging the new Night Birds album, Mutiny at Muscle Beach, as much as we do. Night Birds kick off a string of record release shows today in Chicago, supporting Dillinger Four no less. And if you happen spot these dudes in an airport this weekend, buy them a drink! They’ll be touring off and on the rest of the year, including FEST 14! Head over to Spotify or Bandcamp to listen to the album then order your copy today! Check out what vocalist Brain Gorsegner had to say about their latest effort below:
Punk rock is still alive and well in 2015, and we’re excited to be a part of it. We hope you get some decent mileage out of this little platter and you feel it was worth your hard earned dough. We started off wondering if we could make a third album at all, but I believe the end result to be our best output yet and I’m really proud of the time and effort we put into it. Thanks for checking it out and we hope ya dig it. We are going to be all over the map over the course of the next 12 months so come out to a show and say hi!
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football soccer team is raving about a New Jersey-based hardcore surf-punk band and their new record, not ironically calling them “the greatest punk band that you have possibly never heard of.” We’ve either entered into some sort of twilight zone or Night Birds and Mutiny at Muscle Beach really are just that fucking great. So we’re super stoked to finally be able to share the new album with the entire universe, courtesy of Impose! The album is a full on assault of the senses, an experience that demands to be followed by the visceral experience of a Night Birds live show. Lucky for all of you, Night Birds head out with Dillinger Four this weekend for the first round of record release shows and will be properly supporting the record for the rest of 2015 and all throughout 2016. Vocalist Brian Gorsegner explains, “We’re basically just gonna try to destroy ourselves in the next 12 months,” he concludes. “This is what we do for fun and to keep sane and mentally balanced. It’s the only thing we really know how to do. If somehow punk rock finds a way to be 1994 again and make us money, that’s cool, but if we expected that stuff to happen, we’d stop playing in bands 10 years ago. It’s a nice balance of trying to keep myself sane doing what I’ve done since I was 14 and not letting my baby starve to death.” If you haven’t checked out their latest video of “Mutiny at Muscle Beach” do yourself a favor and watch their blood run dry. Then, grab a copy of their new full-length today!
It’s official, Lagwagon is goin’ south next year! Their long-awaited return to South America will commence on February 26, 2016 in Brazil. Check out the full tour schedule, including where to grab tickets, right here! Read what Joey Cape had to say about returning to South America below!
“Very excited that Lagwagon is coming back to South America in late February, early March. We’ll be touring with the bands Belvedere and Mute. We’re coming to Chile, Argentina, Peru, Brazil and for the first time, Columbia. Come hang out with us!”
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!