The band released Reckoning earlier this month.
“ROTTING OUT broke up last Sunday. Thanks to anyone whoever cared. It was a great ride and a privilege. Don’t ask why. Thank you everyone.”
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Rotting Out have broken up. The band stated, quite simply:
Posted by johng on Monday, March 30, 2015 at 11:00 AM (EDT)
On Friday night, Off with Their Heads' show ended early with frontman Ryan Young leaving the stage mid-set. At this time, there doesn't appear to be footage of what happened, just a lot of contrasting stories. Generally, it seems that beer cans and bottles were thrown at Young. After Young was hit, he spit on the audience member claiming responsibility for throwing a bottle and then ended the show. You can read his statement after the jump.
Posted by johng on Monday, March 30, 2015 at 10:10 AM (EDT)
Teenage Bottlerocket are now streaming their new album. The record is titled Tales From Wyoming and is due out March 31, 2015. You can hear the album below.
Posted on Monday, March 30, 2015 at 9:00 AM (EDT)
Some of the new releases out this week.
You can find the full list of releases this week (and album covers) right here
Everyone does things they regret. We regret trying to record this episode of the Punknews Podcast over shitty hotel wifi. John Gentile, Adam White and Mark Little try and maintain some semblance of professionalism as we chat about The Dwarves being hacked, Menzingers videos, the new record from War On Women, and Bad Religion hitting the road with OFF!.
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This is John G bringing you the last reviews update of the week. I'm hitting up the Trenton punk rock swapmeet this week. Generally, record conventions, especially "swap meet" style record conventions, are where you find some of the coolest, most rare records. (Though, in my experience, you always find the insane, super-duper rare records in places you'd never expect to find them). What's the rarest record you found at a flea market/swap meet/record convention?
Today's reviews are:
Posted by adam on Friday, March 27, 2015 at 6:00 PM (EDT)
Punknews.org's Best Midwestern podcast, focusing on the music of the U.S. Midwest, is back this week with a new episode. The show is hosted by long time Punknews contributor Greg Simpson and former Punknews editor, current editor-in-chief of Substream magazine and owner of Youth Conspiracy Records, Scott Heisel. In this episode...
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Shitty Weekend is going on a Midwest tour this summer. The tour starts June 19 and runs for 11 days. The band has announced cities, but no venues. You can see the cities the band intends to play below. The band released Shit Week in 2014.
Thrash it up! D.R.I. is headed over to Europe in July. The band has stated that while they haven't released a full album in almost 20 years, they are currently finishing a new release. You can see the dates below.
GWAR's Gwar-B-Q, their annual festival/cookout has been announced. This year's GWAR-B-Q celebrates 30 years of the band and will take place Saturday, August 15th at Hadad's Lake. You can see a commercial for the GWAR-B-Q below.
Contributed by an Anonymous Source. Posted by johng on Friday, March 27, 2015 at 1:00 PM (EDT)
Rodney Anonymous of The Dead Milkmen has appeared in an episode of Welcome to Anhedonoia. The show has been called a "punk rock puppet show" and Rodney appears as the spokesperson for College University.
The show follows Jef Connectorkit who is "The son of a human mother and ruthless, monster tycoon father Jef doesn't feel at home anywhere, including his own house where Scram, Artie and Harry, his unhinged monster roommates are usually about to burn it to the ground." You can see the video below. The Dead Milkmen released Pretty Music for Pretty People in 2014.
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