Dream team Tony Sly and Joey Cape are returning to the road, this time tackling Australia and Canada. The tour kicks off in Perth, Austraila on May 19th and wraps up in Quebec City, Canada on June 13th. Check the dates out below!
05/19/10 Perth, Australia Amplifier w/ Joey Cape
05/20/10 Adelaide, Australia Fowlers Live w/ Joey Cape
05/21/10 Hobart, Australia The Brisbane Hotel w/ Joey Cape
05/22/10 Melbourne, Australia Corner Hotel w/ Joey Cape
05/23/10 Wollongong, Australia Uni Bar w/ Joey Cape
05/26/10 Sydney, Australia Annandale Hotel w/ Joey Cape
05/27/10 New Castle, Australia Cambridge Hotel w/ Joey Cape
05/28/10 Caloundra, Australia Kings Beach Tavern w/ Joey Cape
05/29/10 Brisbane, Australia The Zoo w/ Joey Cape
06/02/10 Wellington, New Zealand Bar Bodega w/ Joey Cape
06/03/10 Auckland, New Zealand Thirsty Dog w/ Joey Cape
06/09/10 London, ON Canada Call The Office w/ Joey Cape
06/10/10 Toronto, ON Canada El Mocambo w/ Joey Cape
06/11/10 Ottawa, ON Canada Mavericks w/ Joey Cape
06/12/10 Montreal, Canada Foufounes Electriques w/ Joey Cape
06/13/10 Quebec City, Canada Le Cercle w/ Joey Cape
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07/15/10 Salt Lake City, UT Kilby Court w/ Banner Pilot
07/16/10 San Francisco, CA Bottom of the Hill w/ Banner Pilot, Complaints
07/17/10 West Hollywood, CA Troubadour w/ Banner Pilot
07/18/10 San Diego, CA Casbah w/ Banner Pilot
07/19/10 Mesa, AZ The Underground w/ Banner Pilot, Look Out Look
07/20/10 El Paso, TX The Hideaway Lounge w/ Banner Pilot, The Slicks
07/21/10 Austin, TX Emo’s w/ Banner Pilot
07/23/10 Oklahoma City, OK The Conservatory w/ Banner Pilot
We’re stoked: Cobra Skulls have an urgent political message and are one of the hottest bands in the punk scene. And with a name like Cobra Skulls, their music has to be extra good, right?!? Originally from Reno, they released a couple great LPs with Red Scare and have been playing clubs and basements in North America and Europe over the past couple years. Their dynamic sound takes influences from all sorts of bands: classic punk like Misfits and Clash mixed with newer stuff akin to Against Me! and Bad Religion. Whether it’s leftist anthems or punky love songs, Cobra Skulls craft the hits for the pit. These guys are busy in 2010 as they will be on tour from March through June and already have upcoming shows with Dead To Me, Strike Anywhere, Flatliners, and some dates on Warped Tour. We welcome these sexy serpents to the Fat family and hope to bring you a new record from them soon.
04/16/10 Greenville, SC at The Handlebar w/ Against Me!
04/17/10 Richmond, VA at Ally Katz w/ Against Me!
04/18/10 Charlottesville, VA at Jefferson Theater w/ Against Me!
04/20/10 Newport, KY at The Historic Southgate House w/ Against Me!
04/21/10 Louisville, KY at Headliners Music Hall w/ Against Me!
04/22/10 Ann Arbor, MI at Blind Pig w/ Against Me!
04/23/10 Toledo, OH at Headliners w/ Against Me!
04/24/10 Buffalo, NY at The Town Ballroom w/ Against Me!
04/25/10 South Burlington, VT at Higher Ground w/ Against Me!
04/26/10 New Haven, CT at Toad’s Place w/ Against Me!
04/28/10 Portland, ME at Port City Music Hall w/ Against Me!
04/29/10 Asbury Park, NJ at Stone Pony w/ Against Me!
04/30/10 Farmingdale, NY at The Crazy Donkey w/ Against Me!
05/02/10 Pittsburgh, PA at Diesel w/ Against Me!
05/10/10 Lubbock, TX at Jake’s w/ Against Me!
05/11/10 San Antonio, TX at Scout Bar w/ Against Me!
An MP3 of The Flatliners song âCarry The Bannerâ is available for download on our site. The track is one of 12 songs featured on the new record, Cavalcade, in stores and online April 13th. Click here to pre-order Cavalcade and here to visit the band’s MySpace page.
Check out The Flatliners tour dates beginning on March 31st with The Cobra Skulls and Broadway Calls by going here!
Take a peek below at what Chris from The Flatliners had to say about the track:
Back in the Great Depression, responsible, successful men became vagrants. Everyone was cast out like an economic-turned-social eclipse. When these people without homes or any sentiments of hope couldn’t find a safe place to sleep at night during these trivial times, their only option left was to “carry the banner.” This meant they’d risk sleeping on the streets while trying to avoid being locked up for vagrant charges or worse, being killed.
We’re lucky enough to live in a time where the world is a bit more stable than it was back then, but people need to remember we’re not too far off from where we were back then. What we do with our lives – play music and travel the world – we basically live like homeless buskers for 8 months out of the year. Our new album Cavalcade was partly inspired by reading about those dire times during the Great Depression and realizing just how many parallels there are in these times we live in today. And our new song “Carry The Banner” fully embodies the theme of positivity in uncertain times. Negativity is overrated.
NOFX reflect on 20 years of Punk In Drublic in this Alternative Press piece!
Less Than Jake get interviewed by a fan, read it here!
Old Man Markley have a few more dates before hitting the Capay Tomato Festival! Don’t throw tomato’s at them!
Watch a new interview with Spike Slawson from UKE-HUNT here!
GOOD RIDDANCE just added a couple of California dates! GET THERE!!!
Head here to bid on some cool stuff we donated to the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless at Riot Fest.
The Flatliners are on tour! Don’t miss them.
Less Than Jake’s latest release, Do The Math gets a stellar review!
Here’s a rad interview where Masked Intruder critique other masked cultural icons!