The Replacements, Rancid, Violent Femmes, and 17 more acts for the fire.
An appropriate return 20 years in the making.
There’s The Replacements — and everybody else.
Blink-182, MotÃ¶rhead, Rancid, FLAG, The Dismemberment Plan, Peter Hook, and more!
Tim Armstrong pulls double duty.
Ideas for the music fan in your life.
Off a oi-tastic street punk compilation.
Essentials celebrates the band’s 20 year existence.
Armstrong’s off-off-off-off-Broadway Web series
Former home of Green Day, Operation Ivy, and The Donnas has “sadly, shuttered it’s windows for good.”
Simply “makin’ music” again.
On new albums, 20 years as a band, and musical theater.
His collaborative effort with Rancid’s Tim Armstrong gets an RSD release.
“Guns of Brixton” has never sounded so strummy.
Rancid, Matt & Kim, & Against Me! to provide support.
Eight years in the making, so, you know, no pressure.
You know, just in case you missed anything.
It’s doesn’t get more stranger than this.
For those not like this reviewer, and the millions of others who have eagerly been anticipating this release since Tim Armstrong, Lars Frederiksen, Matt Freeman and Brett Reed began “working” on this effort, shortly following the release of 2003’s Indestructible, Let the Dominoes Fall can be best described as punk rock’s version of Chinese Democracy. Anticipation? Long-awaited? Words that sound good, but don’t truly illustrate the angst and restlessness that have besieged all Rancid fans over the last five years.
It has been exactly five years and 232 since Rancid has shelled out a piece of original music. In that time, Jack White has released five albums, two different presidents have held down the White House, and the Cubs, well, …
Well, lookie here. On the same day Tim Armstrong’s former flame announced a new album of her own, the frontman and his fellow Rancid bandmates have not only dropped details pertaining to their long-awaited – key word: long – 7th …
Punk rock at Red Rocks? May sound like an odd combination, especially when the words Warped Tour aren’t attached, but come June 11th, that’s exactly what will happen when Rancid and Rise Against perform at the legendary amphitheatre. In fact, …
It literally seems like we’ve been talking about Rancid‘s seventh studio album for years now. Oh, that’s right, we have. The band has been “working” on the followup to 2003′s Indestructible since early 2007, yet despite the talk, …
On Monday night, Rancid made its presence felt at Washington, D.C.’s 9:30 Club. In front of a sold out crowd, the four piece punk outfit composed of Tim Armstrong, Lars Frederiksen, Matt Freeman, and newcomer Branden Steineckert, brought 80 minutes …