Plus, the Philadelphia punk outfit has announced a US tour.
Plus, Johnny Depp and Bono serenade the Celtic punk icon with “Rainy Night in SoHo”.
Okay, we’ve said our piece. We’ll see ya in the pit.
Titus Andronicus announce new album, A Productive Cough, share video for lead single, “Number One (In New York)”: Watch
Patrick Stickles will support the release with a two-person acoustic tour.
Queens of the Stone Age, Paramore, Fleet Foxes, St. Vincent, The Decemberists, Brockhampton, and even Natalie Portman will also be part the three-day event.
Billie Joe Armstrong blasts Trump supporters: “I have no problem telling ignorant fucks like you to go to hell”
Green Day frontman has no problem disowning fans who side with the “madman” POTUS.
Los Angeles punks rip into 2018 with their version of the In Utero track.
Ready or not, here are 30 reasons to be excited for the upcoming year in music.
Be prepared for plenty of scoffing and endless frustration.
Socially conscious punks held a pop up show to promote the two-track effort in New York City.
The GoFundMe campaign will help pay for rent, food, and medicine.
Brooklyn psych punks turn to Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan for guidance on their latest project.