Hypocrisy Shares Their Cover of “Too Drunk To F**k” by Dead Kennedys


Hypocrisy has shared their cover of Dead Kennedys hardcore punk classic “Too Drunk To F**k!” The track is a digital single now on all digital platforms! The 7” single version released on vinl vinyl was released in 2013 and included cover versions of Dead Kennedys’ “Too Drunk To F**k” and “They Lie” by The Exploited, and both tracks are now available. The band recently shared their new full-length album “Worship” via Nuclear Blast. Stream it now!Continue reading


ALBUM REVIEW: Sepultura – Sepulnation – The Studio Albums 1998-2009


When Brazilian thrash legends Sepultura parted ways with frontman Max Cavalera in 1996, many thought that would be the end of the road. An acrimonious divorce that seemed to favour neither party, the remaining members auditioned several well known musicians before eventually choosing Ohio born Derrick Green as the man to replace the outgoing Cavalera brother.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Ministry – Moral Hygiene


It’s hard to believe that industrial legends Ministry have been around (in one incarnation or another) for forty years but here they are in 2021, returning with their fifteenth full length studio album. Another title including amusing wordplay, Moral Hygiene (Nuclear Blast Records) is yet another solid release by Al Jourgensen and co. and features a few surprises along the way.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Ellefson – No Cover


Cover songs can be tricky. A balancing act that often results in calamity. Lean too far one way and be accused of musical blasphemy; keep things too safe and be reliably informed you shouldn’t have bothered in the first place. So with that in mind, surely an album consisting entirely of cover versions is just asking for trouble, isn’t it?Continue reading


Dead Kennedys Added To Final 2019 Muddy Roots Music Festival Lineup


Political Punk legends Dead Kennedys have been added as a last-minute addition to Muddy Roots Music Festival. The group, featuring members Klaus Fluoride, East Bay Ray, Ron “Skip” Greer, and D.H. Peligro, will hit the Muddy Roots Truck Stage in Cookeville, Tennessee on Saturday, August 31st. Dead Kennedys join a wide-ranging lineup from punk, metal, roots music, and even some hip-hop fans squeal in unified delight. This year’s event, which will take place from August 30th to September 1st, boasts sets from almost 80 bands, including appearances from MC50, the new incarnation of Wayne Kramer’s MC5, and GZA of Wu-Tang Clan fame who will perform with a live band. The MC50 band includes Kim Thayil (Soundgarden), Brendan Canty (Fugazi), Billy Gould (Faith No More), and Marcus Durant (Zen Guerilla). GZA’s backing band is led by Ramsey Jones, older brother of the late ODB of the Wu-Tang Clan. John Garcia and Nick Oliveri, both formerly of Kyuss will appear with their respective new projects, California punk band Face to Face, Fishbone, alt-country outlaws like Sarah Shook & The Disarmers and Mike and The Moonpies, Possessed By Paul James and The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band and many more. Continue reading


Bad Religion – Age of Unreason


You know what’s the best thing about Bad Religion’s latest studio LP Age of Unreason (Epitaph Records)? How it’s such an honest and pristinely produced slab of melodic punk from a band that’s been rabble rousing since 1980. I mean, it’s futile to expect any different from this legendary Los Angeles outfit, but judging by the verbal ammunition in Age of Unreason’s chamber, it’s clear that today’s urine-soaked politics has clearly irked Bad Religion.Continue reading


Cocaine Piss – Passionate And Tragic


Stereotypes are such a crass and ugly thing. Used as a lazy and offensive descriptor of someone’s personality due to their nationality, they are something that should be abolished. The stereotypical view of Belgium and its people is one of being reserved and downright boring. How better to dispel that myth that with some high-velocity anarcho-Punk? Enter Cocaine Piss.Continue reading


REVIEW: Musink 2019 – Live at Orange County Fair & Event Center


Travis Barker returned to the Orange County Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa to present (alongside So-Cal radio station KROQ) the twelfth consecutive year of Musink—the end-all festival of music, tattoos, and custom cars.Continue reading


FESTIVAL PREVIEW: Suicidal Tendencies, Limp Bizkit, Fear, Hatebreed, Lead Travis Barker’s Musink 2019


Long-running punk, metal, tattoos, and classic cars event KROQ Presents Travis Barker’s Musink kicks off today at the OC Fair & Event Center for spring 2019. Suicidal Tendencies, Limp Bizkit, Travis Barker (drum & DJ set), Fear, Hatebreed, Dead Kennedys, Sick Of It All, T.S.O.L. are among the bands performing! The 12th annual Musink 3-Day Music Festival, Tattoo Convention & Car Show will take place all weekend and we have the deets below with our preview!Continue reading


Suicidal Tendencies, Limp Bizkit, Fear, Hatebreed, Dead Kennedys Booked For Travis Barker’s Musink 2019


Long-running punk, metal, tattoos, and classic cars convention KROQ Presents Travis Barker’s Musink returns once again to the OC Fair & Event Center for spring 2019. Suicidal Tendencies, Limp Bizkit, Travis Barker (drum & DJ set), Fear, Hatebreed, Dead Kennedys, Sick Of It All, T.S.O.L. are among the bands announced with a few more TBD. The 12th annual Musink 3-Day Music Festival, Tattoo Convention & Car Show will take place Friday, March 8, Saturday, March 9 & Sunday, March 10, 2019. All Tickets On Sale Friday, December 14 At 10:00 AM PST at the link below.Continue reading