192 Punks Unite
If there’s something wrong with the apartment you’re living in, you call the superintendent to fix it, right? Well, Fat Mike thinks there are some things that need fixed in America, and he’s complaining about the landlord, with his buddies Green Day, Alkaline Trio, No Doubt, Joan Jett, Jello Biafra, Against Me!, Anti-Flag and many more.
Feel free to dis on Atreyu’s alleged fashion-core crimes. But expect the band to take a stand-on your throat, while wearing expensive shoes.
The very tension that helped Braid write modern emo’s rulebook also caused the band to self-destruct after making the album of their career. So why are they getting back together to do it all over again?
FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND
The United Kingdom has embraced the catharsis of metalcore, and they’re inviting America to a Funeral party. Get your black on, and turn it up.
Forget about a long-term career: Amen frontman Casey Chaos is going to rock himself to death.
NEW FOUND GLORY
While many new punk bands are crippled by growing pains, the men of NFG gladly welcome the opportunity to grow up in public.
Several years ago, the New Jersey quartet were on the fast track towards the emo-punk payoff. Then they forgot who was supposed to be driving. Now they’re grabbing the wheel.