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Early this morning, the Menzingers van was burglarized. The band had just wrapped up a short run of headlining dates last night and were in North Carolina when the robbery occurred. Thankfully tour manager Scott Bell was able to briefly apprehend the individual in the midst of the crime. While nothing was stolen due to Bell's involvement the suspect was able to escape after a brief encounter.
Sadly this is not the first time the band has faced a break in as they have had not one but two in the past. We have a quote from guitarist/vocalist Tom May below.
Late last night, Teenage Bottlerocket's van was robbed outside of Savannah, GA. The band, currently on tour with PEARS, were staying overnight after a show in Fayetteville, NC with a show planned in Gainesville, FL the next night. Guitarist/vocalist Ray Carlisle stated:
Teenage Bottlerocket’s most recent album, Tales From Wyoming, was released yesterday. In a bit of goodwill, several bands, most notably Crash and Attack and Old Man Markley, condemned the break-in and offered to help get TBR back on their feet. The status of their show at Loosey’s in Gainesville, FL with PEARS is unknown at this time.
Adam E. here with four new reviews. Today on the way to work I was rear-ended by a fellow commuter. He told me that it was the fault of his GPS, which presumably told him to accelerate while everyone else was stopped. I know you're all concerned, but worry not, I'm unhurt.
Today's reviews are:
Posted by johng on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 at 5:30 PM (EDT)
This summer there will be a tour of four diverse acts. Say Anything is taking Modern Baseball, Cymbals Eat Guitars and Hard Girls on a month-long trip. You can see the dates below.
Mischief Brew have released a track from their upcoming LP, This is Not For Children. The track is called "No Candlesticks" and you can hear it below. The new album is out on Alternative Tentacles Records on May 23, 2015.
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If you checked out our recent interview with Beach Slang, you might be curious to hear more about the band which has it's roots in pop-punk outfit Weston and recently signed to Polyvinyl Records.
Our friends at Noisey spoke to the band.
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NOFX is going back down to Brazil in December. NOFX released Backstage Passport Soundtrack in 2014.
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Stabbed in Back are streaming their new album for Dying Scene Records. The record is titled Dasvidaniya and is due out March 31, 2015.
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Refused has announced a tour that will begin after their appearance Punk Rock Bowling in May. The band will be doing a run of US club shows before their appearance at Amnesia Rockfest in Quebec. You can see the dates after the jump.
The band is reportedly working a new album, tentatively scheduled for a late 2015 release. It will be the first new music from the reunited band since 1998's The Shape of Punk to Come .
Posted by aubin on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 at 1:30 PM (EDT)
Agnostic Front are streaming their new album. The record is titled The American Dream Died and is due out April 4, 2015. We recently spoke to frontman Roger Miret about the album and the band's three and a half decade career.
You can click Read More for the album.
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