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NOFX Perform At Occupy LA Base Camp

11/29/2011 8:45am EST
Punk veterans NOFX debuted a new protest song during a performance at the Occupy LA base camp in Downtown Los Angeles on Sunday.

Bandmates Fat Mike and Eric Melvin performed Wouldn't It Be Nice If Every Movement Had A Theme Song outside City Hall at what was billed as an eviction party.

The event was staged to celebrate what was supposed to be the final day of the seven-week protest inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York.

NOFX, who also performed at Occupy San Francisco, also played fan favorites Leaving Jesusland and The Decline.

Police swept through the encampment...

Fat Mike Defends His Sick Urine Stunt

3/26/2010 3:28pm EDT
Punk star 'Fat Mike' Burkett has defended his decision to hand out shots of urine-tainted tequila to fans during his performance at a recent music festival, insisting he did not break any laws with the sick stunt.

The NOFX bassist played a solo set as his alter ego Cokie the Clown at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas last week and appeared to treat fans to a few rounds of Patron during his show, downing a couple himself, according to Pinpoint Music.

However, his willing participants were in for a shock when he then aired a short video showing him urinating into a bottle o...

2009's Music Festival Rundown

2/5/2009 12:04pm EST
The music festival season is upon us! Line-ups, dates and venues are continuously being announced for this summer's crop of festivals. Here's the lowdown on some of the biggest American musical smorgasbords:

Warped Tour

Location: U.S. and Canada

Dates: June 26-August 23

Band Highlights: Less Than Jake, NOFX, Forever the Sickest Kids

Celebrating it's 15th anniversary, the Vans Warped Tour is set to begin and end it's journey in California, conquering other locations in the U.S. and Canada in between. In the past few years, the Warped Tour seems to have shied away from big-na...

The Bush Administration: A Musical Tribute

1/14/2009 9:21am EST
George W. Bush
It's been a long eight years for America…longer for some than others (see New Orleans). Luckily, we have some very creative musical artists out there suffering along with us. For them, the first amendment is expressed through their music.

These 30 selections may relate to the War in Iraq, the Katrina debacle, our shaky mantle as "The Greatest Country In The World," our desire to have a President smarter than us (see "nucular"), and the list goes on.

As we all hopefully look forward to our next President, let's take one last look back (and good-bye) at George W. Bush, and some so...

Rise Against Returns With 'Appeal To Reason' Oct. 7

9/19/2008 12:24pm EDT
Rise Against
On October 7th Rise Against will release Appeal To Reason, the follow up to their breakthrough record, The Sufferer & The Witness which featured the anthemic smashes "Ready To Fall" and "Prayer of the Refugee."

With their new album, Rise Against returned to their team of producers, Bill Stevenson (NOFX, Evan Dando, Comeback Kid) and Jason Livermore and mixer Chris Lord Alge (Green Day, My Chemical Romance, AFI). The album's first single is the straightforward, four-chord heavy rocker "Re-Education (Through Labor)," which is currently being previewed at the band's official MySpace page ...

2006: Year In Music (Pt. 2)

12/31/2006 1:00pm EST
Billy Corgan
...In April, Billy Corgan announced that Smashing Pumpkins will reunite and begin recording a new album... Rihanna released her sophomore disc, Unfaithful, featuring the single S.O.S., which includes a sample of Soft Cell's Tainted Love... and Cee-Lo and DangerMouse's collaboration, Gnarls Barkley took the U.S. by storm, as their hit single Crazy stormed the charts and took off as one of 2006's most popular tunes.

Bands that released new albums include: The Flaming Lips, Daft Punk, Gorillaz, Blue October, Lacuna Coil, Lamb Of God, Pink, Queensryche, The Vines, Eagles Of Death Metal, Qu...

Mest Returns with "Photographs"

11/2/2005 1:00pm EST
In 2003, Mest frontman Tony Lovato fulfilled his childhood dream -- and it almost killed him. "As a kid I always said that if I ever played the whole Warped Tour, I could die the next day a happy man," Lovato says, who performed on the punk rock summer tour's stage a few days after having back surgery. As always, Mest gave one hell of a show. "The next day, which was my birthday, I woke up literally in tears because I couldn't move my back at all."

The dedicated band mustered up the energy and continued through the summer. While delivering one insane set after the next, Lovato numbed ...