Fugazi bandmates team up for a new 11-song collection.
Their self-titled album has a new release plan, hitting digital platforms on June 12th and arriving in stores on June 26th.
Fugazi’s Guy Picciotto, Sonic Youth’s Lee Ranaldo, Deafheaven, Julia Holter, Charly Bliss, and Jeff Rosenstock are members of the newly formed Union of Musicians and Allied Workers.
MacKaye revisits his early running days with Henry Rollins, the importance of fanzines, and his new project Coriky.
Fugazi released their debut full-length album, Repeater, on April 19th, 1990.
Hear their first single, “Clean Kill”.
Featuring Fugazi members Joe Lally and Brendan Canty.
Ted Leonsis is willing to compensate the band and make a major donation to charity in Fugazi’s name.
Plus, in a new interview O’Rourke speaks about his affinity for Minor Threat and Fugazi’s Ian MacKaye.
Bassist Joe Lally and drummer Brendan Canty weigh in on a potential Fugazi comeback.
Fans are holding out hope there’s more to the reunion than just a photo.
Rounded out by The Evens’ Amy Farina, the group performed all new original songs during their first-ever show over the weekend.