From their upcoming album Dead Language, out September 17th on Fat!
This is the trailer for the upcoming documentary, ‘A Band Called Death’. It chronicles the story of Death, who formed in early 1970’s Detroit and are credited as the first black punk band. Indiewire has more on where/when you’ll be able to see the movie.
The new video from Teenage Bottlerocket, “Cruisin’ For Chicks”.
Our 100th episode! We celebrate the milestone by having on the guest from our very first show, writer Rick Gethin. We discuss if there’s any hope for a better season from the Columbus Blue Jackets, the NHLPA’s latest proposal and music talk about bands that shaped our early punk days. http://dlvr.it/230YD7
Peter was written up in his hometown’s alt. weekly for something hockey and punk related. Check out an excerpt here:
Every year when the Warped Tour comes to Indianapolis, fans will stand in the blistering summer heat to see some of their favorite bands play for a mere 30 minutes. This year, several miles away from the festivities, two teams of hockey enthusiasts got together in the chilly Carmel Ice Skadium to play a game of pick-up hockey. Amongst the players are several musicians, members of two of this year’s Warped Tour bands: Matt Carroll from Boston hardcore act Make Do And Mend and Chris “#2” Barker from the punk group Anti-Flag.
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From Propagandhi’s upcoming record out on Sept. 4th through Epitaph Records, this is the title track, ‘Failed States’.
Source: SoundCloud / Epitaph Records
Worlds are colliding this week as Peter has an in-studio(yeah, sure, studio) guest as Mr. Fancy makes a trip north to Indiana to strap on the goalie pads for a special occasion. This week we discuss what Larry Robinson brings to the Sharks, expectations for the Hurricanes, and we have another interview as a member of the UTP blog crew, Shane Bua, chats with Teenage Bottlerocket singer/guitarist Kody Templeman. Music-wise, ska!(and a TBR song)
Music This Week:
Best Wishes To Your Black Lung by Less Than Jake
Would You Still Be Impressed by Streetlight Manifesto
Necrocomicon by Teenage Bottlerocket
Jacknife To A Swan by The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
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