What is a Paltrocast? – In July 2018, New York-based writer and editor Darren Paltrowitz launched the Paltrocast in partnership with PureGrainAudio (now V13 Media). This…
Released originally as a 7″ record via Nitro Records in October 1999, AFI’s classic All Hallow’s E.P. will be reissued next week as a limited edition, 20th anniversary 10″ picture disc via Craft Recordings. Sounding as fresh and urgent as ever, if this sweaty little slab doesn’t crush your rib cage completely, you might need to consider calling an EMT.
Although The Offspring continue to enjoy massive success, Smash (Epitaph) still stands tall after 25 years as arguably the band’s quintessential set — a self-contained “Best Of” collection.
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.
UK pop-punkers Eat Defeat participate in our latest Stereo Six, where they list five albums (and one unpredictable curveball album) that have influenced their music, including their newest Bearded Punk Records release, I Think We’ll Be Ok.
It was kind of fitting that 311, The Offspring, and Gym Class Heroes were in town on their “Never Ending Summer Tour” last week as it was a sweltering 30+ degrees at the Budweiser Stage.
We had a spicy little chat with The Offspring front man, Dexter Holland, about his popular hot sauce brand, Gringo Bandito!
Like the Offspring’s catalog, the three signature flavors of Gringo Bandito Hot Suace pack a wallop with a heavy undercurrent topped with notes that are surprisingly pure and light.
Long-since considered punk rock icons, The Damned guitarist Captain Sensible spoke with us about their new Tony Visconti-produced album, Evil Spirits, smashing stuff, The Offspring, CBGBs & much more.
Day two of Rock On the Range 2017 started off with more weather delays courtesy of a second storm cell looming over Ohio.
Prizing: TWO (2) lucky grand prize winners will each take home a fully signed copy of The Offspring’s latest album
Deadline: July 26, 2012
The Offspring returned to the airwaves today (Friday, April 27) with the premiere of the brand new single “Days Go By” on Los Angeles’ KROQ Kevin and Bean show. The song is now available to stream via an Instagram-powered interactive photo calendar at Offspring.com. A digital single will be available at all digital retailers at midnight tonight and a Rock Prodigy in-app download is set for release at the same time. “Days Go By” is also the name of the band’s new studio album, produced by Bob Rock and available June 26 (Columbia Records).