MxPx are shooting a video for the first single off their new album, Secret Weapon, in Los Angeles on Sunday, May 6th. If you're interested and can handle the requirements listed below, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
MxPx has confirmed in a myspace bulletin that they have been, and are continuing to work on a new Arthur full-length. The only other release from this side project was a 6-song EP that came out in 1999.
MxPx's new album, Let It Happen Deluxe Edition, hits stores everywhere tomorrow. The release now has its very own website. Go there now and check out three brand new studio recordings from the album, download new buddy icons, desktops, and web banners too. Tomorrow, the website will kick into high gear with a ton of videos from the DVD portion of the release and a previously unreleased original demo from one of their earliest recordings.
You can get the first taste of some new MxPx songs by listening to the Tooth & Nail Records' podcast. The two tracks, entitled "Role Remodeling" and "Prozac", will be found on the Let It Happen Deluxe Edition CD/DVD, which you can currently pre-order at Interpunk. The offer is only $12.50 and includes a free, limited edition skateboard chain.
MxPx will be releasing a b-sides/rarities album on October 24, 2006 through SideOneDummy Records. The album is called Let's Rock and will feature 12 songs, ranging from acoustic demos to re-recorded versions of previously released b-sides.
To correct what was previously posted, MxPx will not be recording their follow-up to 2005's Panic with producer Aaron Sprinkle. They are only recording three songs with him next week for an upcoming Tooth & Nail Records project. We apologize for the misunderstanding.
MxPx will be heading into the studio to record another full-length sometime in the several months with producer Aaron Sprinkle. It will be the band's first time working on an album with Sprinkle since he produced their debut album Pokinatcha, released back in 1994.