MySpace is currently premiering a video from NOFX titled âEverything in Moderation (Especially Moderation).â The song comes from their latest release The Longest EP and the video was slapped together by our friend Jeff Penalty who helped make Backstage Passport. Check it out here!
When I hear someone say ânewgrassâ Iâm usually thinking itâs got something to do with a dealer getting a new connection or a dumb thing about resurfacing an outfield, but for the kids in Old Man Markley itâs more of a way of life. Nine punks playing together since 2007 with a penchant for old timey porch type shit and red white and blue acoustic guitars? Violins? Girls in the band? A fucking homemade washtub bass??? Thatâs right folks, we heard their album and had to have them. On October 26th, weâll release a two song 7â titled For Better, For Worse and you can hear the title track by clicking here! Hell, we are giving it away for free, so download it right now and get stoked for their full length which comes out early 2011. Take a gander at their tour dates in September/October by going here.
And now, a word from Joey of OMM:
The night was moist. It was a Tuesday. We all sat patiently at Mark Stern of Youth Brigadeâs house (name drop #1), glaring at a cell phone. It rang. Fat Mike (name drop #2) was on the other end. He said he wanted to put out the studio record we had already recorded (with Joby Ford from the Bronx, name drop #3) but not released yet. We said cool. We decided to wait until January to release the album and a 7â in October. Itâs a lot easier to start with 7â and work up to 12â. âFor Better, For Worseâ would be the A-side and we thought a punk cover would be good for the b-side of the 7â. Screeching Weaselâs âThe Science of Mythâ was something we had fiddled around with, pun intended, and FM was down. We worked out an OMM arrangement and knocked out the song in a 17 hour day (with Jason La Rocca from the Briggs, name drop #4). The rest is future history.
The Bouncing Souls, Cobra Skulls and Old Man Markley will be joining NOFX on their first southeastern tour in more than three years. You can check out the dates below. Additionally, theyâve just announced theyâll be heading to Australia & New Zealand in December. Take a peek at what Fat Mike had to say about it here!
NOFX tour dates here
We are thrilled to work with Banner Pilot on the re-release of Resignation Day out Sept 14th! Jacques Wait (Soviettes, Off With Their Heads, Dear Landlord) remixed and remastered the 12 original tracks and added two bonus songs that are out of print. Originally released on Go Kart records you can get it digitally through them on Sept 14th and weâll be doing the CD and vinyl. Click here to check their tour dates. You can Preorder the CD, limited color vinyl and black vinyl right now.
While youâre at it, pick up a copy of Me First and the Gimme Gimmes
Have A Ball on limited color vinyl. Weâve never pressed this on color vinyl so grab it while supplies last! Additionally, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes will join fellow Fat Wreck Chord artists Teenage Bottlerocket and the Cobra Skulls for an East Coast tour starting in Boston, MA on October 21st and performing at CMJ and The Fest! Check the dates here as itâs going to be a riot!
I was going to be funny and write a really long drawn out boring news post to commemorate release day for NOFXâs The Longest EP. Get it? Eh, Iâm tired and fuck, Fat Mike says it better anyway so take a look at what he wrote below. In the meantime, hereâs the gist; The Longest EP is a collection of 30 EP tracks from 1987 to 2009, plus rarities, out of print stuff and previously unreleased outtakes and it comes out today, hurray! You can listen to a full album stream compliments of AOL/Spinner by clicking here! Dan Sites, who designed the cover art for The Longest Line lent his talents to The Longest EP artwork, check it out here! You can order this release digitally, CD or on vinyl by going here.
We have a new CD that just came out called âThe Longest EPâ, but I am suggesting to not buy it. Instead you should go to a store and buy each individual EP. The Longest Line, Never Trust a Hippy, Cokie the Clown, Dinosaurs Will Die, The PMRC can suck on this, Regaining Unconciousness, and the many compilations that some of the songs can be found on. You should be able to buy all of them for a mere 38 bucks. Well worth it. Never mind about the two unreleased songs or the super hard to find S/M airlines 7 inch. Those songs arenât very good anyway. Once again, donât buy the Longest EP for $10 through Fat Wreck Chords or Interpunk. Take the $38 dollar option. Thank you, NOFX
Want to enter a NOFX contest? Course you do. Click here to visit Interpunk.
NOFX are on tour in Europe! Click here to view their dates.
Though this air guitar madness has nothing to do with The Longest EP, you will thank us later.
Read a review of The Longest EP here
NONE MORE BLACK are set to release their third full length titled ICONS on October 26th recorded by Philadelphiaâs own, Will Yip. This is the first release with new drummer Richard Minino and you can check out their live performance at our CMJ showcase on October 23rd in Brooklyn, NY. Details here! Weâve just received the cover art for this release and you can take a peek below- we are STOKED! Paul Romano has designed all the NMB covers but some of you may be more familiar with his work on Mastodon records. Check out more from Paul Romano by visiting his website.
Los Angeles! If you can breathe your brown air well enough tomorrow, get over and see Dead To Me!
San Diego Punk (yeah, you know the guy) got Mean Jeans drunk and interviewed them.
Hey American West! Bad Cop/Bad Cop is ready to rock for you over the next week!
Leftover Crack is ready to rock Canada this week!
New interview with Direct Hit frontman Nick Woods.
How do you say “Party” in Swedish? We’re guessing this interview Mean Jeans has the answer.
CJ Ramone talks about why 1989 “should have been the end of the century” in a new Rolling Stone piece.
Strung Out, Mad Caddies and CJ Ramone have all been added to Stemweder Open Air in Germany!