Hardcore punk legends Youth of Today will be visiting Australia in July. The seminal band, fronted by Ray Cappo (later of Shelter, Better Than a Thousand) have three shows scheduled as follows:
In 2007, Postcode released their debut full-length album ‘Zebracore’. Both this record and it’s follow up (‘Zebraland’) were loaded with overdriven guitar lines, fuzzed out vocals and a truckload of distortion – as if The Breeders had merged with Bikini Kill and asked Steve Albini to record a bunch of songs on the fly.
As part of the ongoing promotion for their 2013 release ‘La Costa Perdida’, the reformed Camper Van Beethoven (fronted by David Lowery) will play four UK shows this spring.
The four appearances have been confirmed as follows:
As previously announced, Rancid are playing a run of live dates in the US this coming June. They’ve now announced extra shows, as detailed below.
The first two releases from The Computers showed a band firmly rooted in garage-based rock rock. In the three years between their debut EP (2008’s ‘You Can’t Hide From…’) and their first full length release (2011’s ‘This Is The Computers’), although still raucous, the band had tempered the rawest end of their sound with a hefty dose of punk ‘n’ roll. That shift was hugely influenced by the album’s producer, Rocket From The Crypt’s John Reis, bringing a new dimension to the band’s sound.