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12/12/2018

Interviews: Drew Thomson chats about Single Mothers and his recent solo EP 'Stay'
 
This May musician Drew Thomson, the frontman of London, Ontario's Single Mothers, released a new EP as The Drew Thomson Foundation on Dine Alone Records, featuring a style quite unlike the caustic punk he's known for. It was followed up later this year by Through A Wall, a surprise new Single Mothers LP that features some of that band's hardest-hitting material to date. Writer Graham Isador met up with Drew in Toronto to discuss the dichotomy between the two projects.

12/11/2018

New Review Update: New Reviews for December 11, 2018
 
'90s week is firing on all cylinders now! Today's reviews are: Dillinger Four - Midwestern Songs Of The AmericasAlkaline Trio - GoddamnitChixdiggit! - Born on the First of JulyTori Amos - From the Choirgirl HotelBetter Than a Thousand - Value DrivenYou can check out any of our reviews right here. 

12/11/2018

Music: American Football to release third full-length, release track
 
American Football have announced their new album American Football (LP3). It is due out on March 22, 2019 via Polyvinyl Records. The band also released a new track from the record called "Silhouettes." You can see the album details and listen to the track below.

12/11/2018

Meat Puppets' original lineup to release new LP
 
Meat Puppets Curt Kirkwood and Cris Kirkwood have reunited with original drummer Derrick Bostrom. That means the orignal band has reunited, and this lineup is releasing their first new music in 24 years. It's called Dusty Notes, and is out March 8 via Megaforce. Hear "Warranty," the first single from that album, below.

12/11/2018

Rivers Cuomo, Father John Misty to play benefit for victims of Cali wildfires
 
Rivers Cuomo (Weezer) has been included in the lineup for a benefit concert to raise money for Southern California Disaster Relief Fund, a charity established by the United Way to provide assistance to low-income persons and families affected by the recent spate of wildfires throughout the state. Other acts include Father John Misty, HAIM, comedian Tim Heidecker, and more. The show is December 18 at the Theatre at the Ace Hotel in LS.

12/11/2018

Tsunami Bomb to play West Coast this Winter
 
Tsunami Bomb have announced some winter west coast dates. They last released Lullaby for the End of the World [Digital Single], earlier this year. See the dates below.

12/11/2018

Tours: Fiddlehead (UK)
 
Boston rock band Fiddlehead is playing two shows in the UK at the end of this month. The band will be playing to support the release of Springtime and Blind. See below to view the dates.

12/11/2018

Cannibal Corpse guitarist arrested for burglary, assaulting police while his house blows up
 
On Monday night, Cannibal Corpse guitarist Pat O?Brien was arrested in Florida. He is alleged to have broken into a home, pushed a woman in the house down, ignored orders from the family to leave, and then moved into the backyard. Allegedly, Police found him hiding in the backyard with a knife when he charged at the police with the knife. He was incapacitated via Taser. Meanwhile, at just about that same time, police and firemen received a report that a home was on fire. The home was determined to be O'Brien's later, and to complicate matters, the fire was setting off explosive ammunition inside the home. The fire was stopped but the house was significantly damaged. Police and fire officials have not yet determined the cause of the fire. O'Brien is charged with burglary of an occupied dwelling with assault and aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer. A Hillsborough County judge set bond at $50,000 Tuesday morning and O'Brien is required to complete a drug test before he's able to bond out of jail. Read the local report here.

12/11/2018

Festivals & Events: Cock Sparrer, The Damned, MC50 to play Muddy Roots Fest
 
The line up for the 2019 Muddy Roots Music Festival. The list of bands playing the events includes Cock Sparrer, The Damned, MC50, OFF!, The Soul Rebels with The GZA, Orange Goblin, Fishbone, The Adicts, and more. Other bands will be announced soon. The festival is scheduled for August 30, 2019 - September 1, 2019 in Cookeville, TN.

12/11/2018

Tours: Slayer/Lamb Of God/Amon Amarth/Cannibal Corpse (North America)
 
Slayer have announced a North American tour with Lamb Of God, Amon Amarth, and Cannibal Corpse that is scheduled for May. The band last released Repentless in 2015. You can see the list of shows below.

12/11/2018

Festivals & Events: Suicidal Tendencies, Limp Bizkit to play Musink Festival 2019
 
The initial line up for the 2019 Musink Festival has been announced. The list of bands playing the event includes Suicidal Tendencies, Limp Bizkit, Hatebreed, Travis Barker, Fear, Dead Kennedys, Sick Of It All, TSOL, Bleeding Through, Anti-Flag, Ho99o9, Voodoo Glow Skulls, and All Hail The Yeti. The full line up will be announced next month. Musink is scheduled for March 8, 2019 - March 10, 2019 at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, CA.

12/11/2018

Sonic Reducer: 1998!
 
Today, we continue our recurring series, "Sonic Reducer." In the series, Punknews writers compress a band, genre, theme, or time period into a playlist that would fit on a single CD. Along with the playlist, you'll get either an overview of the topic, such as a band introduction, or a story about how the music in the playlist moved or changed the writer. This series is intended to be educational, giving you the listener an overview of a certain scene, as well as rockin'. Today, Punknews writer Eric Rosso looks back at 1998, a year where the underground and mainstream overlapped and a man could proudly walk down the street while wearing bondage pants, Ray Bans, and a backwards cap without feeling ashamed. Check out Eric's analysis below.

12/10/2018

New Review Update: New Reviews for December 10, 2018
 
It's '90s week at Punknews! Today's reviews are: Rancid - Life Won't WaitCatch 22 - Keasbey NightsBane - Holding This MomentBarenaked ladies - StuntHome Grown - Act Your AgeYou can check out any of our reviews right here. Photo by: Jay Blakesberg

12/10/2018

Ramoms and Dad Brains stream new EP
 
The all mom Ramones tribute band Ramoms and all dad band Dad Brains recently released a holiday themed split 7-inch. It's out now via Pirate's Press and you can hear all four tracks below, right now.

12/10/2018

Tau Cross finish recording third album
 
Tau Cross has finished recording their third album, They stated "It's with much enthusiasm that we can report our 9 days in the studio has been absolutely amazing! 12 songs in the bag and now heading for final mix down. Adam Tucker at Signaturetone Recording brought us to the level we could've never imagined, much love to him! The experience of being together, writing, and recording as a whole has been the missing link for all of us. It was quite difficult having to say goodbye and go on our separate journeys afterwards, but this experience has only brought us closer and look forward to the final outcome of what we've created. Cheers - Tau Cross"The album is now off to mixing and is expected to be released in 2019. This is the first Tau Cross album to have tracks recorded with all the musicians in the same studio at the same time.

 
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