I think Rise Against is the only band that never really partied much. That’s the label I want. A label with a bunch of drunk, drug using, non-religious fuck ups. Those are the people who will always play music because they love it.
Noisey has debuted the first part of their documentary looking at Fat Mike's upcoming musical. You can view the video in the replies.
In an unlikely pairing, NOFX's Fat Mike and his fiancée Soma Snakeoil have teamed up with 'Avenue Q' creator Jeff Marx to create a musical called 'Home Street Home.' As the three work to appeal to a mainstream audience, they are fighting to keep as much BDSM filth and punk rock themes in it as possible
Fat Mike from NOFX teamed up with the Mad Caddies and Tom Waits' backing band to release a ragtime album that doubles as the soundtrack for Rubber Bordello. It's available on iTunes now and the film will be screening in LA on February 10.
A very detailed description of Fat Mike's performance as Cokie the Clown at this year's South by Southwest can be read here. Some of the pictures are NSFW and the review may be a bit uncomfortable. Be warned.
No matter what your feelings are for the man, please feel free fire any questions you'd like me to ask Fat Mike (NOFX), as I will be subjecting the frontman/label head/producer/father/Warped Tour antagonist to an interview this week.