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Anti-Flag: For Blood and Empire

Posted:5/31/2006 11:13:00 AM by Valentine
RCA, as in a major label? That was kind of weird to see on an Anti-Flag CD, but whatever. Read the full review >>>

Sweet Wednesday: Wherever You Go

Posted:5/29/2006 4:17:00 PM by Joel Edelman
Occasionally goofy lyrics are the big surprise on Wherever You Go. Read the full review >>>

Nire: We All Shine On

Posted:5/29/2006 4:00:00 PM by Joel Edelman
With haunting vocals and bite-size tracks, Nire do an excellent job with crafting efficient songs that you really ought to love, if you know what's good for you. Read the full review >>>

Julia Lau: In the Wildflowers and Weeds

Posted:5/29/2006 3:02:00 PM by Joel Edelman
Listening to this album crashed my broswer, but why should you care? Julia Lau does an excellent Paula Cole impression on In the Wildflowers and Weeds, but what does it all mean?

Well, there's plenty of low- and midtempo tunes on the album, and some of them run together a bit, but her voice is so even-keeled that it's not a problem. Read the full review >>>

Jolenes: Get It to Go

Posted:5/29/2006 12:43:00 PM by Joel Edelman
It's amazing how things have changed since 2003. Read the full review >>>

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Latest news from punknews.org

Saturday Photo Feature: SPOT

Punknews is back with an extra special Saturday Photo feature. Today, we're featuring exclusive photos from Famed punk producer Spot, who has produced records for bands including Black Flag, Minutemen, and the Misfits. The pics are from Spot's upcoming book, Sounds of two eyes opening which features photographs that Spot took during the early days of West coast punk. The book is out November 28 and you can pre-order it here.

Meanwhile, you can click read more for exclusive photos of Black Flag, West Coast skateboarding thrills, Darby Crash of The Germs, and many others.

November 21, 2014

This is John G bringing you three reviews this Friday. Did you see the news about Patrick Stewart starring as an evil punk rocker? OH. MAN. Please post your favorite Star Trek-Punk pun below. I'll start. "Tea. Earl Grey. Mosh."

Today's reviews are:

Patrick Stewart to star as villain in Punks vs. Skins film

Patrick Stewart, who many of you might know as Captain Picard or Professor X, has signed on to play a villain character in an upcoming film based on the eternal Punks vs. Skins conflict. The film is currently in production and will be called Green Room. It's being directed by Jeremy Saulnier.

Producers have stated that the film follows “a young punk rock band who, after stumbling upon a horrific act of violence, find themselves trapped in a secluded venue, fighting for their lives against a gang of skinheads intent on eliminating all witnesses.”

The release date is currently to be determined. Presumably, Stewart will be a "skin."

Reel Big Fish to release 'Happy Skalidays' EP

Reel Big FishReel Big Fish have plans to release a holiday themed release. The EP is called Happy Skalidays and is out on the 15th December 2014. The release will be a digital only release and will include traditional Christmas songs and some original cuts.

Media: Andrew Jackon Jihad Folkadelphia Session

Andrew Jackson Jihad Sean Bonnette of Andrew Jackson Jihad performed a solo set for WXPN Performance Studio for a Folkadelphia Session. During the session, Bonette covered Neil Young, Cheap Girls, and others. The band recelty released Christmas Island.

You can click read more for the tunes.

 

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