We are so damn excited about these releases that I am stumped on how to announce it. This news post is simply too daunting to attempt. How do you whip up a concise news post describing the career of Lagwagon? You don’t. You employ the man himself, Joey Cape, to run down the complexities of assembling a decade’s worth of LAGWAGON material. Check out the video below! And to celebrate these reissues, LAGWAGON will be playing a special one-off show in San Francisco on December 17th, with special guests joining the band on stage. More details soon!
Cobra Skulls new full length, Agitations comes out on Sept 27th. Listen to and download a brand new track titled “Solastalgia” premiered by Rolling Stone Magazine by clicking HERE!
Old Man Markley release Party Shack today! The title track is quintessential OLD MAN MARKLEY in both name and content. Lightning fast banjo, violin, and guitars play off sweet harmonies about drunken revelry, perfectly summing up an OMM live performance. The b-side is an interpretation of the One Man Army classic “The Holidays”, buy it digitally, and on vinyl. We have the title track available on our media player, check it out, or head over to our sound cloud. Peta has just posted a new interview and contest to win Party Shack, check it out here. To keep the party going if you will, we are happy to announce an upcoming “New Years Heave” show with NOFX, Lagwagon, OMM and a special guest at the House of Blues in Las Vegas. Check the details here. Tickets will be on sale Sept 23rd.
The Fest, held each year in Gainesville, FL is celebrating its 10th year! To mark the occasion, we’re making a limited edition one time pressing of 1,000 10”s featuring the 10 Fat bands playing Fest 10 on 10 different colors (100 of each), for $10. Once these 10”s are gone, that’s it. This is a Fest only item! All the Fat bands performing will have a limited amount at their merch booth (Cobra Skulls, Smoke or Fire, Dead To Me, Banner Pilot, Teenage Bottlerocket, None More Black, Paint It Black, The Flatliners, Old Man Markley and Dillinger Four). Additionally, for the first time ever, we’ll have a table set up at the flea market. The Flea market is held at the Holiday Inn where you check in, and we’ll be there on Friday only. Check the awesome cover art below designed by Richard Minino of Black Axe/Horsebites design.
Cobra Skulls: Oct. 28th 9:10pm @ 8 Seconds
Banner Pilot: Oct. 28th 10pm @ 8 Seconds
Smoke or Fire: Oct. 29th 5:40pm @ The Florida Theater of Gainesville
Dead to Me: Oct. 29th 6:40pm @ The Florida Theater of Gainesville
None More Black: Oct. 30th 7:30pm @ The Florida Theater of Gainesville
Paint it Black: Oct. 29th 8:30pm @ The Florida Theater of Gainesville
Dillinger Four: Oct. 29th 10:30pm @ The Florida Theater of Gainesville
Old Man Markley: Oct. 30th 5:50pm @ Double Down Live
The Flatliners: Oct. 30th 5pm @ The Florida Theater of Gainesville
Teenage Bottlerocket: Oct. 30th 8pm @ The Florida Theater of Gainesville
Me First and the Gimme Gimmes Sing In Japanese is out today! The six song EP is available on CD, 12” vinyl and digitally, get it here. Check out their Japanese tour dates below and read a brand new review of their EP here! Lastly, we’re offering “Hero” as a free download! You’re welcome, oh wait: Doitashimashite!
09/14/11 Tokyo, Japan at Shibuya O-West
09/15/11 Nagoya, Japan at Club Quattro
09/16/11 Osaka , Japan at Muse
09/18/11 Yokohama, Japan at Yokohama Stadium w/ Hi Standard
Head over to New Noise Magazine for Western Addiction’s second European tour journal!
Check out all the new Get Dead tour dates!
Watch Bad Cop/Bad Cop perform unplugged over at Punks In Vegas!
Less Than Jake are heading out on the second leg of their tour with Reel Big Fish this May and June!
Lagwagon was just added to the NOFX shows in United Kingdom with Alkaline Trio playing too. Making it one of the best tours of the year!
New review of Western Addiction’s I’m Not the Man That I Thought I’d Be on Dying Scene.
Check out Jason Hall from Western Addiction’s European tour journal with The Flatliners and Lagwagon.
Read another stellar review for Strung Out over at New Noise Mag.