From Pennywise to Ronald Mcdonald, theatrical metallers The Injester discuss the creepiness of five famous clowns.
Set to return after the festival’s biggest year yet, Slam Dunk Festival confirmed it’s latest headliner and ten more acts including a couple of surprise names.
We came, we saw, we moshed, we noshed. ‘77 Montreal is a damn good time. Put it on your calendar for 2020. Here are eight things we learned at this year’s festival.
The Huntington State Beach-based Surf City Blitz was such a smashing hit that not only will it be back in 2019, but so will we. Food, motorcycles, fun, and tons of punk… here’s a list of our TOP 8 highlights, not to mention killer galleries, of each day’s sights and sounds.
The Surf City Blitz festival has been announced which will bring together some of the greatest punk rock bands in the history of SoCal punk together for one massive show.
Sabroso Craft Beer, Taco & Music Festival have unveiled their list of stops for 2018. Between April 7th and May 13th, the festival will bring quality food, music, and entertainment to seven western US cities.
The band performance times and stage designations have been announced for the sixth annual Monster Energy Carolina Rebellion –…
Zach Blair, guitarist with Chicago punks Rise Against sits down and talks to PureGrainAudio about success, recording with Bill Stevenson, and much more.
Southern California punk legends Pennywise will release their eleventh studio album, Yesterdays, on July 15 via Epitaph Records. Jim Lindberg is back as the front man, and Yesterdays includes songs written by deceased bassist, Jason Thirsk. Listen to the first cut from the album “Violence Never Ending” in a video reel of classic Pennywise footage just below.
LA punk label BYO Records is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year with the release of Let Them Know: The Story of Youth Brigade and BYO Records. The release includes a 31-track compilation of songs from the extensive BYO catalog, performed by NoFX, Bouncing Souls, Pennywise, Nothington, Leatherface and many more. Also included is a documentary on BYO and Youth Brigade’s involvement in the early LA punk scene, directed by Jeff Alulis (Do You Remember? 15 Years of the Bouncing Souls, NOFX Backstage Passport).