Fifteen years later, the lyrics feel AIM-less.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Plus, How to Destroy Angels, Paramore, Bassnectar, and Desaparecidos.
Largely a return to the band’s reckless roots.
Iggy Pop and the Stooges! JAMC! Elvis Costello! GWAR!
The festival returns in September.
Former home of Green Day, Operation Ivy, and The Donnas has “sadly, shuttered it’s windows for good.”
The only New Year’s accessory you need.
What Kermit listens to on his lily-Pod?
It’s not half bad!
Download the track featuring the Squeeze lead-singer now.
Kanye, The Black Keys, Peter Gabriel… and we’re just getting started.
Celebrate 15 years of pop-punk on July 12th.
Happy 15th birthday, boys.
His last side project was called Heavens. Theme?
Thank the Asian Man.
Alkaline Trio presents Alkaline Trio being Alkaline Trio…with a little dash of ’80s and just enough rave flavor to render its recent cover art redundant.
Nick Freed is too damn old for all-ages shows and moshing.
Come get your fix.
Agony & Irony followup due out in February.
Demos due out in February.
AK3 tore through 15 songs in its set time which felt a little short for a hometown show but a nice ending to one of Chicago’s best festivals.
What is it about this year and popular bands combining members to form awe-inspiring super groups? First it was the likes of The Dead Weather, then the jaw-dropping line up of Them Crooked Vultures, and then came along …
It’s hard to believe that Huntington Beach’s flyest white guys have been a band for almost 25 years now. But, come May 15th, The Offspring will in fact prove this when it kicks off the two month, 37-date “The Shit …