Words cannot describe the pain we had to endure to get our online store back up and running. Actually, the words cocksuckingmotherfuckinggoddamsonsabitches kinda sum it up. But we’re over that, k? Feel free to order away, and you can now order with PayPal, so get rad on that thing. We’re starting the new store off right, and you can now buy The Loved Ones new record, Keep Your Heart. You get a free TLO sticker with your order too. Hot damn, what a comeback!
Their new EP, Never Trust A Hippy, is coming March 14th and we got some cover art and a tracklisting for you to check out. 2 of these 6 songs will be appearing later on their full length, Wolves In Wolves’ Clothing, which is coming out April 18th. To set the record straight regarding the upcoming Wolves album, it’s 18 songs, about 35 minutes, there are NOT any hip-hop beats, nor is it influenced by Cream or whatever. Members of the NOFX 7" Club might recognize a few songs, but they are different versions. Check back often to get the...
TLA’s new record Oh! Calcutta! comes out March 7th and those nerds will be setting down their latest manuscripts to join NOFX on tour. The Great American Novel can wait, doodz. In an even crazier move, starting February 9th they will be streaming a new song from Oh! Calcutta! each day on their MySpace page. That gives all of you enough time to learn the new record for the big tour. Brilliant!
Sweden’s Randy has long been a big favorite of ours at the Fat office, and now we get to put their next record out! Originally our pals at Epitaph were supposed to release it, but we knew we had to get our hands on this Randy record somehow, so we orchestrated a trade. Fat had to give them a couple of our scratch bowlers for next year’s tournament, two cases of Zima, and all rights to future Goober Patrol releases. In exchange we get Jeff Abarta at third base, Fletcher’s home number, and of course, Randy’s new LP, Randy The...
If our site hasn’t crashed yet it will now! Yep, we got a video from the brand new Lagwagon record Resolve. It’s for the song “Heartbreaking Music” The video was made by these guys that I personally think should call themselves “The Minnesota Twins”, but that’s neither here nor there. The video is an obvious tribute to the late Derrick Plourde, and the guys really did a terrific job on it. Mosy over to the MEDIA section and peep the vid.