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Drain release rambunctious rendition of Descendents’ “Good Good Things”

Hardcore three-piece Drain have released their boisterous cover of the Descendents’ 1985 single “Good Good Things” via Epitaph Records. The classic punk-rock track which assisted in launching the Descendents into fame was featured on their sophomore album I Don’t Want to Grow Up. Drain’s rendition of “Good Good Things” captures a similar essence as the Descendents’ version, albeit with a more modern punk twist that showcases vocalist Sammy Ciaramitaro’s melodic prowess. The group’s cover will also be featured on their forthcoming full-length album Living Proof which is expected to drop via Epitaph on May 5. You can preorder the record… Read more »


Fall Out Boy Announced As Headliners For Riot Fest 2024

Riot Fest is officially back for 2024, taking place on September 20, 21, and 22 at Bridgeview, Illinois’ Seatgeek Stadium. Headliners include Fall Out Boy on Friday, Beck on Saturday, and Slayer on Sunday. The festival lineup boasts myriad rock staples including The Offspring, who are playing their 1994 LP Smash, NOFX, Taking Back Sunday, Sum 41, and beyond. Plus, rising stars such as Heart Attack Man, Sweet Pill, and Loveless, will also be taking to the Riot Fest stages. While announcing their festival slot, Fall Out Boy shared, “[H]aving a big ol’ Chicago homecoming + headlining #RiotFest on September… Read more »


CLIFFDIVER Drop Fiery X-Ray Spex Cover

CLIFFDIVER are back with an explosive cover of X-Ray Spex classic tune “Oh Bondage, Up Yours!” via SideOneDummy Records. The band teamed up with Descendents‘ very own Stephen Egerton to bring fans a new rendition of this iconic song. CLIFFDIVER certainly do the original justice, exerting the same high-energy approach to the track. It is fast, aggressive, and over-the-top in the best way. Lead singer Briana Wright shares on the cover: “I’ve had the dream of reinventing the song for so long…. and not only is it happening, but we did it alongside another musical hero of ours???? It’s the… Read more »

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