Across the six stages, we’ve picked out six bands you need to check out if you’re heading to Leeds or Hatfield for Slam Dunk this weekend.
Eleven studio albums in and The Mighty Mighty BossToneS are still demonstrating that they know how to deliver a…
To celebrate vocalist Aimee Interrupters birthday, The Interrupters, The Skints and Buster Shuffle put on a party and a half in Manchester. Check out the photos here.
Things got ska-licious at Rebel Nightclub, when The Interrupters, Skinny Lister, and Sharp Shock rolled through Toronto for an extremely entertaining, all-ages affair.
Despite the mixed feelings about the result of the previous evening’s federal election, punk/ska band The Interrupters (Epitaph/Hellcat Records) gave everyone at Edmonton’s Union Hall a much needed musical release.
From Rob Zombie to an ever-improving festival experience there were plenty of reasons that Download 2019 rocked hard despite the weather and you can check out our thoughts and photos from Day One here.
On Sunday, May 13th, The Last Gang, Mad Caddies, The Interrupters, Bad Religion, and of course, NOFX performed at Punk In Drublic Fest in Philadelphia!
On Saturday night SWMRS played The Opera House in Toronto, along with The Interrupters, and it was a punk bonanza!
Los Angeles-based ska-punk band The Interrupters have released a stream of their new song “On A Turntable” from the sophomore album, Say It Out Loud, out via Hellcat Records.
Hellcat Records The Interrupters have posted a new track from their upcoming album online. Check out “By My Side” from Say It Out Loud here…
The Interrupters have shared their self-titled debut album online via YouTube – listen now just below! The ska-punk band’s self-titled debut The Interrupters is out August 5 on Hellcat Records and was produced by Rancid’s Tim Armstrong. Tim Armstrong also shares his famous vocals on the track “Family”.