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Punk Veteran Gurewitz Succeeds by Not Selling Out

Around the time Brett Gurewitz was launching Epitaph Records in 1981, his father was lecturing him to take guitar lessons. The Bad Religion guitarist and punk-rock entrepreneur never sat down for courses with a guitar instructor, although he did go to school to learn to be a recording engineer. However, no amount of schooling could have prepared Gurewitz for the next 25 years of his life. Epitaph Records brought a new era of punk rock to the masses in 1994 when the Offspring’s “Smash” turned into one of the biggest rock records of the decade. The success of the label’s… Read more »


Rancid Return With “Tomorrow Never Comes,” Announces First Album In 6 Years

Just weeks after Tim Armstrong reunited with Operation Ivy’s Jesse Michaels for the announcement of their new band Bad Optix, Armstrong’s legendary punk rock group Rancid has delivered their new single “Tomorrow Never Comes.” Along with the titular track release, the group has announced their first new album since 2017’s Trouble Maker. Produced by Epitaph founder and Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz, Rancid’s forthcoming album Tomorrow Never Comes will arrive on June 2 via Epitaph and Hellcat Records (Armstrong’s label imprint under Epitaph). Read more: The Maine Announce Details Of 8123 Day The leading single is a crash course in


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What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from Seaway, beabadoobee, Demi Lovato, and more.


Punk's Rancid to release first album in six years

Punk band  Rancid will release its first album in six years on June 2, two days before it begins a North American tour with  Rise Against  in Vancouver, B.C. “Let the Dominoes Fall” (Hellcat/Epitaph), the band’s seventh album, was recorded at  George Lucas‘  Skywalker Sound Studio  in  San Francisco, with production by Epitaph founder and  Bad Religion  guitarist  Brett Gurewitz. Stax organ legend  Booker T. Jones  plays  Hammond B3  on the track “Up To No Good.” Rancid’s last album, 2003’s “Indestructible,” reached No. 15 on the  Billboard 200. That album marked the band’s first and last for  Warner Bros., though… Read more »

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