In episode 13, we discuss whether or not Rancid is cancelled, how to differentiate the members of Anti-Flag, and go over the infamous night that MC and Steven were arrested. We're then joined by Steve Roche from Saetia and Off Minor to discuss what it's like to tour in Australia, how Saetia came to an end, Level Plane Records, and the intricaces of being a studio engineer. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
2 hr 19 min
Friends and frenemies alike join us this week to discuss our music/show based pet peeves and some super spicy hot takes. We also briefly discuss the new Strike Anywhere songs. Mike Riley from Pulling Teeth then hops on with the fellas to talk about growing up in NJ, his not so well known hip hop group, and then ranks the Pulling Teeth full lengths. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
1 hr 30 min
We kept it short this week as MC returns to the podcast for a brief intro. We then have our good buddy Sunny Singh from hate5six join us to talk about how he got into filming sets, his white whale band to film, and the BMX scene in central PA. This episode also sees the return of the debate game with Sean Farrell where Sunny and Sean debate whether or not you truly die if you die in Canada. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
1 hr 21 min
We celebrate episode 10 by having our good buddy Big B join us to discuss the new Alkaline Trio EP, the closest we've ever been to death, and a whole bunch of Reservoir / Placeholder talk. Then, we're lucky enough to have long time friend Tanner Jones spend some time with us to talk about the rise and fall of You Blew It!, what he's up to now, and even a mini interview with my 3 year old son Ender. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
1 hr 57 min
In episode 9, we're joined by new co-host Big B and MC to talk about the last time we shit ourselves, how the Chameleon Club is handling the coronavirus epidemic, and Steven and Brandon clear the air on some long lasting tour beef. We're then joined by Dave McWane from Big D and the Kids Table to discuss what it's like touring on the Warped Tour, how the band started, and we get some spoilers for the new record they're working on. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
2 hr 33 min
In episode 8, we talk about the new Code Orange record, whether political punk records stand the test of time, and our favorite trilogies of records. Then our good ole pal Ryan O Connor from Outbreak joins us to talk about growing up in Maine, wrestling, and being awkward. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
2 hr 23 min
The gangs all here to discuss the Trapt / Power Trip drawing competition, COVID19, and whether or not cassettes, CDs, or records are best. We're then lucky enough to have Nathan Gray from Boysetsfire talk with us about his new solo album, mental health, working with Tony Brummel and Victory Records, and starting a cult of 500 ducks. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
2 hr 6 min
In episode 6, MC returns to talk about the delayed release of Peter Rabbit 2, the most embarrassing band we've seen an excessive amount of times in our youth, and introduce our new segment, "Where is Jake Langley tonight?". We're then joined by the most handsome man of 2020 to discuss merch table thieves, cruise ship tours, and a bunch more!**TRIGGER WARNING**This episode contains content in regards to the Corey Feldman documentary which discusses cases of rape in Hollywood between 13:20 and 15:40. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
1 hr 46 min
In episode 5, the whole gang stops by to talk about our favorite venues we've ever played, what we should reinvest the border wall money into, and whether or not my wife pooped on the floor. We then get the chance to talk to Bob Nanna from Braid and Hey Mercedes about his most embarrassing childhood moment, his favorite band that he toured with, and his involvement with Downwrite. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
2 hr 2 min
MC checks in again to discuss whether or not it's acceptable for punk bands to play encores, what the sexiest fish is, and whether or not you can actually look into someone's eyes. Afterwards, Keith Sidorowicz from Hostage Calm, Ambitions, and Energy joins us to talk about growing up in New York, finding punk music through hip hop, coffee shop vibes, and their vast experiences as a touring musician over the years. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
2 hr 14 min