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NOFX stream new song Ronnie & Mags

NOFX have released a new song titled ‘Ronnie & Mags’ from their upcoming album ‘Self Entitled.’ The album will be released on the 11th September.

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NOFX to release new album in September, EP of material that didn’t make the album to be released

In an interview with AltPress.com, Fat Mike has revealed that the band will release their new album on the 11th September after recording was completed on the 30th April. Mike also stated that the band recorded 17 songs for the album, 13 of them they finished and 12 of which will make the final release. […]

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NOFX complete recording of new album

NOFX vocalist Fat Mike has announced on Twitter that the band have completed their new album, mostly.

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As I Lay Dying reveal Bill Stevenson will produce their new album

As I Lay Dying have announced that Bill Stevenson will produce their new studio album which is expected to be released in the second half of 2012. Bill has played drums for both the Descendents and Black Flag and is one of the most highly renowned producers in rock. His production credits include work on […]

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NOFX begin recording new album

As Fat Mike revealed in February, NOFX have begun to record their brand new album with Bill Stevenson who has worked with them on their last two albums.

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Punk Rock Bowling and Music Festival announce more bands

The Punk Rock Bowling and Music Festival will host their fourteenth annual three day festival this year and the line-up has just been expanded with a huge announcement. Joining the previously announced Rancid, NOFX, Pennywise, The Acits and The Briefs (original line-up) are Sham 69 (Pursey / Parsons / Tregunna ’77 lineup), Hepcat, Hot Water […]

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NOFX to record new album in April

Fat Mike has revealed in an interview with Rolling Stone that NOFX will be back in the studio in April to record the follow up to the 2009 album ‘Coaster.’ “We’re recording in April, and it should be out in the fall. I’ve got 12 songs, but I don’t have a name for it and […]

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