As purported by various news sites and off and on by the band themselves, we have finally gotten word from None More Black that they are nearing completion of their next full length titled Icons! Philadelphiaâs Will Yip is at the helm recording Icons and you can read a full account by visiting their studio blog right here! Stay tuned for additional details as weâll have a release date and cover art soon.
Other fall releases include new full lengths from Swinginâ Utters, Pour Habit and Smoke or Fire, plus EPâs from The Flatliners and Cobra Skulls! Get stoked and be on the lookout for our CMJ showcase announcement.
Take a peek at The Real McKenzies performing âChipâ off their highly anticipated acoustic album titled Shine Not Burn out June 22nd! The vinyl for this is limited to 1,000 (300 color, 700 black) Pre-order is available for this release and the Swinginâ Utters 7â titled Brand New Lungs by clicking here. Weâve pressed this 7â in two different colors, one you can grab from our mail order, the other will be available exclusively at the Swingin Uttersâ shows. Check their tour dates here.
The MAD CADDIES are set to release their retrospective titled Consentual Selections on July 22nd! With 5 studio albums, an EP, and 1 live record under their belts, they were unsure of how to collect their best songs and decided to call upon their fans to vote for their picks. The result is 22 fan favorite hits and to sweeten the pot, the band has included two new tracks. This release will be available on CD, digitally and on double vinyl with a limited pressing of 1,000! In addition, the packaging and booklet boast a track by track commentary written by the Mad Caddies and over 150 photos. Don’t worry folks, this is just a wee thank you from the lads themselves as they aren’t calling it quits! They are currently recording a new album and have tour plans set for this year. Stay tuned for details!
3: No Hope
4: Drinking For 11
5: Mary Melody
6: State Of Mind
7: Falling Down
8: Just One More
9: The Bell Tower
11: Days Away
13: Road Rash
14: Whatcha Gonna Do
15: All American Badass
17: The Gentleman
18: Last Breath
20: Tired Bones
21: Preppie Girl
22: Weird Beard
23: Save Us
24: Why Must I Wait
“Suckers!”. See video below:
Check out TMZâs stellar reporting on the incident by going here!
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GOOD RIDDANCE, the legendary pioneers of melodic hardcore, are set to release Capricorn One on July 6th. In between putting out many acclaimed full-length albums, GOOD RIDDANCE kept themselves busy releasing a bevy of material via 7" singles. Capricorn One is a comprehensive collection of all these singles, as well as 6 previously unreleased tracks and other rarities. All the songs on the album have been digitally remastered by Jason Livermore of Blasting Room (Rise Against, Descendents, NOFX) fame. To complete the package, Capricorn One features a track by track commentary written by singer Russ Rankin. Here’s a little taste of what he penned regarding the album as a whole:
Throughout the history of Good Riddance there have been numerous songs which, for whatever reason, we weren’t able to include on our primary releases. Many of these tunes were frequently played live and most of them are still some of our own personal favorites.
Now that we are finished we felt it would be cool for our fans to be able to check out these hidden or obscurely released snapshots of our band during the apex of it’s existence. We hope they bring back fond memories for our fans and that, even if just for a moment, they can be transported back to a different time and place.
Check out this photo gallery on DyingScene from ‘Fat Wrecked For 25 Years’ in Hollywood!
Mad Caddies add a couple shows in the Fall!
Are you ready? Less Than Jake 4th Annual Wake And Bake Weekend is this weekend!
Check out some photos and a write up from our 25th Anniversary party in San Francisco on Buffablog!
CJ Ramone is heading to California!
Here’s a write up and photo gallery from Fat Wrecked For 25 Years in San Francisco!
Watch this Lagwagon interview on Wheelers Weekend Jams!
New Orleans punks PEARS are featured in their local weekly’s music section.