Less Than Jake have officially returned to Fat Wreck Chords and are now signed with the label. The band's new full-length record will be released sometime in the Fall. Some new US tour dates with Pentimento and Hostage Calm can also be found in the replies.
This Tuesday, Philadelphia punkers, Paint It Black, will release their new Surrender 7"/Digital EP on Fat Wreck Chords. Check out one-fourth of the action early with track #1, "Sacred", streaming exclusively on the band's AP.net Profile.
NOFX will release their next live effort, They've Actually Gotten Worse Live, on CD and colored vinyl November 20th courtesy of Fat Wreck Chords.
1. Intro/Glass War
2. You're Wrong
3. Franco Un-American
4. Scavenger Type
5. What's the Matter with Parents Today?
6. The Longest Line
7. Happy Birthday, You're Not Special
8. Eat the Meek
9. Murder the Government
10. Monosylabic Girl
11. I'm Telling Tim
12. See Her Pee
13. Can't Get the Stink Out
14. Instant Crassic
15. I Wanna Be an Alcoholic
16. Fuck The Kids
18. What Now My Love
19. Lori Meyers
20. We March to the Beat of an Indifferent Drum
21. I, Melvin
22. Green Corn
23. Whoops I OD'd ... read more
NOFX will issue their second live effort, They've Actually Gotten Worse Live, on November 20th courtesy of Fat Wreck Chords. The artwork for the release, which will contain twenty-four tracks, can be seen in the replies.
American Steel have made a new song entitled "Dead and Gone" available for streaming on their myspace profile. The track is taken from the trio's long-awaited, forthcoming effort, Destroy their Future, which is due to hit shelves on October 2nd via Fat Wreck Chords.
The Lawrence Arms have unveiled the schedule for their forthcoming headlining tour, on which the trio will feature support from American Steel, The Falcon, and Sundowner. The group will be touring in celebration of their latest release, Oh! Calcutta!, which is available now via Fat Wreck Chords.
Me First and the Gimme Gimmes will release a seven-inch entitled Dolly on October 16th courtesy of Fat Wreck Chords. The record will contain two tracks, covers of Dolly Parton's "Jolene" and "I Will Always Love You," both of which will mark the first installment in the group's Square Dance series, a series of vinyl cut into an irregular square shape. The artwork for the release can be seen in the replies.
In celebration of their long-awaited, seventh full-length release, Blackhawks Over Los Angeles, punk rock outfit Strung Out have teamed up with Fat Wreck Chords to present the first ever air drummer contest, in which one grand prize winner will receive a custom made Paiste cymbal, signature Jordan Burns drumsticks, and additional autographed merchandise. For more information and details on how to enter, please visit the replies.
You can watch the Mad Caddies' new music video for "State of Mind" courtesy of Fat Wreck Chords here. The track is taken from the quintet's new full-length release, Keep it Going, which is available in stores now via the label.
Strung Out's new music video for "Calling" can be seen in the replies. The track comes from the group's forthcoming, full-length release, Blackhawks Over Los Angeles, which is slated for a June 12th release via Fat Wreck Chords.
Strung Out's new record has been titled Blackhawks Over Los Angeles and is set to be released on June 12th.
02. Blackhawks Over Los Angeles
03. Party in the Hills
04. All the Nations
05. A War Called Home
06. Letter Home
08. Dirty Little Secret
10. The King Has Left the Building
11. Mission Statement
Toronto, Ontario-based ska-punk outfit The Flatliners have inked a deal with Fat Wreck Chords. According to the label, the quartet are currently writing and recording their Fat Wreck Chords debut, tentatively titled The Great Awake, which has been slated for release this August via the label.
In celebration of the coming holidays, Fat Wreck Chords is offering fans four albums for the price of three. Don't miss out on a fantastic opportunity to snag releases from the likes of Good Riddance, 88 Fingers Louie, Chixdiggit, NOFX, and many more.
Fresh off of the Autumns Up tour, Santa Barbara, California's Mad Caddies are once again hard-at-work on the follow-up effort to 2003's Just One More. You can read a brief note from the Fat Wreck Chords act below.