Originally the B-side of their Fat Club 7", the band describes “Lost Motel” as “the most popular song we’ve never had on an album, and it always gets a ton of requests at shows.” It was recorded in 2000, originally released in 2001, and is on Strung Out’s Live In A Dive record. Download it for free right here!
Strung Out, Prototypes and Painkillers, out on LP/CD, March 31st.
In other exciting news, *NOFX*’s Coaster track listing is online! Check it out here:
1. We Called It America
2. The Quitter
3. First Call
4. My Orphan Year
5. Blasphemy (The Victimless Crime)
6. Creeping Out Sara
7. Eddie, Bruce and Paul
8. Best God In Show
9. Suits and Ladders
10. The Agony of Victory
11. I Am an Alcoholic
12. One Million Coasters
Five bucks if you can guess the main plot line of “Eddie, Bruce and Paul”…
That’s right, NOFX have your coffee table in mind this spring with the release of their 12th full length studio record, Coaster. Not only will Coaster protect your favorite end table from that offending gin and juice cocktail, but music will also be included! That means 12 brand new songs to sip that drink to.
Don’t miss NOFX in Japan and Europe this Spring with their little buddies The Flatliners. Check out all the dates and get your tickets here.
NOFX: Backstage Passport will be out on DVD March 17th, but you can get a sneak peak right now:
We are stoked to be releasing Bullet Treatment’s lastest project. The brainchild of musician/guitarist Chuck Dietrich, Bullet Treatment is an unconventional hardcore act that functions as a revolving door of punk rock stalwarts and stars. Each release features different musicians from a wide range of bands coming together to write, record and occasionally perform powerful, driving, classically inspired punk rock.
Here’s a word from Chuck, BT mastermind:
The main goal of the punk rock juggernaut that is Bullet Treatment is to play real hardcore punk rock—the kind that would make greats like the Circle Jerks, Minor Threat, and Bad Brains proud. Every project has different people involved, and members in past projects have included guys and gals from Suicidal Tendencies, Insted, The Bronx, Civet, The Voids, Dee Dee Ramone’s Band, The Icarus Line, etc. For the most part, we fly by the seats of our pants, often recording without ever meeting each other. For this 7", every song will be exactly the same instrumentally, while each singer will write and perform their own individual vocal track without hearing any of the other recordings. Featured vocalists are Johnny from the Swingin’ Utters, Russ from Only Crime, Thomas of Strike Anywhere, Tim from Rise Against, Stza from Star Fucking Hipsters and Chris #2 of Anti-Flag. The record is called Designated Vol. I, and will be available on vinyl 7" with a limited color pressing and for digital download.
Look for a springtime release date and more info on Bullet Treatment back here soon!
That’s right, we just stole another great band from another small label. Identical twins Ray and Brandon Carlisle started Bottlerocket in 2001, recruited Kody from The Lillingtons, Fatty’s favorite band, and put a couple of records out with our pals at Red Scare Industries. Known for their fast and fun live shows and small town charm, TBR caught our eye, and then won our hearts.
Photo: Brian Kelleher
But don’t take our word for it, read it and weep, people!
The Distractions EP features three brand new original songs and three classic covers originally penned by Billy Bragg, Bruce Springsteen, and Joe Strummer. We are also extending the sale on The Loved Ones back catalog (Keep Your Heart, Build & Burn) through the end of the day today, so get all three amazing records on CD right now! Vinyl for Distractions will be available soon, so check back!
Miss D4th of July? Head here to check out some photos from the weekend!
We just got word that Smoke or Fire is playing in Chicago! You lucky dogs!
Less Than Jake did an acoustic live session. Watch one of the video’s now!
Check out a new interview with Erin Burkett, co-owner of Fat, on 25 Years of Fat Wreck Chords!
Here’s a Spanish interview with Good Riddance in We Live In Hell magazine. Vámonos!
Bad Cop/Bad Cop’s Not Sorry is killing it!