Jawbreaker will be reissuing their classic album, 24 Hour Revenge Therapy in 1994, on vinyl. The LP is slated to be released on October 14, 2014, and will include alternate takes and outtakes.
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On this episode of the Punknews Podcast, John Gentile, Chris Barrett and Mark Little cover a range of topics, but none with more of that patented Gentile overexcitement than the Dwarves. The group also chats about the new Rise Against video, Pussy Riot's suit against the Russian government, War On Women signing to Bridge Nine, the Shirts for a Cure robbery, the West Memphis 3 scam, and both the Misfits and Jello Biafra playing the Gwar-B-Q.
This episode features music from Earworms, Askultura and Funeral Cone.
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Circa Survive have signed with Sumerian Records. The label will kick things off with a deluxe edition of the group's last album, Violent Waves, on September 9, 2014. This disc was originally released by the band with no record label or traditional distribution.
The e-release will also feature a full-length DVD of the group's performance from The Shrine in Los Angeles this past December. You can click Read More for a trailer.
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Masked Intruder has announced that they will be touring the midwest with Foxy Shazam in November. Masked Intruder will tour to support their latest release M.I.
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Coliseum have posted a video for their song, "Detached." The video was directed by Joe Watson.
The track is off the deluxe reissue of their 2004 debut, Coliseum. The reissue is due out August 19, 2014. You can find a stream of the whole album here.
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Bay Area hip hop collective The Coup will host "The Coup's Shadowbox." Frontman Boots Riley describes the event, "The whole place will be transformed and surrounded by mural art that John-Paul Bail has made. There will be three stages and other separate rooms. Sometimes people will perform at once. And then there will be large projections. There will be certain interactive parts and some things are definitely like narrative theater pieces within the space, too."
The event will take place on August 16 at the Yerba Buena Arts Center. More information can be found here. The Coup released Sorry to Bother You in 2012.
AJ Davila y Terror Amor, the group featuring AJ Davila of Davila 666, has released a new song. The track is called "Vamonos Lejos."
Meanwhile, the group is about to release Terror Amor out via Nacional Records next week on vinyl. Alternate formats of the LP are expected to be released through Burger Records later this year.
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Jimmy Eat World are going on an Australian tour in November. The tour is in support of the tenth anniversary of Futures.
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New York punk rocker Silke Berlinn has recorded a song with Don Bolles of the Germs. The pair covered "Happiness is a warm gun," originally by the Beatles.
Also, earlier, Berlinn posted the previously announced cover of Adam and the Ants' "Deutsche Girls" which features Bolles, Jack Grisham, Paul Roessler, and Rikk Agnew.
You can click Read More for both songs.
Continuing with the 1994 review theme, 20 years after Smash, The Offspring are returning to the record like never before, playing it from start to finish - and bringing along a handful of iconic bands of the era (and beyond) with them on tour.
Punknews interviewer Jason Epstein got a chance to meet with Dexter Holland before the sold out show in NYC and talk about trade secrets from the band's old "home videos," the members of Pennywise, AFI and T.S.O.L. who sang backup vocals on "Pretty Fly" and what Gringo Bandito isn't good on.
Adam E. back to continue the journey through 1994. As we continue the history lesson, let's remember that 1994 was also a fascinating year in sports. It was the year in which figure skater Nancy Kerrigan was attacked by associates of her on-ice rival Tonya Harding. It was also the year that the United States hosted the World Cup, which was won by Brazil. Also in 1994, baseball went on strike, canceling the World Series for the first time since 1904.
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Managing EditorAdam White
Contributing EditorsKira Wisniewski Brittany Strummer Armando Olivas John Flynn Chris Moran John Gentile
Copy EditorAdam Eisenberg Britt Reiser
Podcast ProducerNariman Shariat
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