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CAMP ANARCHY: 3 Day Punk Rock Campout To Feature The Offspring, Rancid, NOFX, Bad Religion, Pennywise and More!

CAMP ANARCHY: 3 Day Punk Rock Campout To Feature The Offspring, Rancid, NOFX, Bad Religion, Pennywise and More!

Camp Anarchy: 3 Day Punk Rock Campout — a new camping, craft beer and punk music festival — will take over Legend Valley, just outside Columbus, OH, this spring, on Friday, May 31, Saturday, June 1, and Sunday, June 2. Camp Anarchy will feature performances by The Offspring, Rancid, NOFX, Bad Religion, Pennywise, X, Suicidal Tendencies, Less Than Jake, Fear, and more, along with craft beer tastings (available for purchase), and a slew of attractions including a Dodgeball Arena, Fair Games, Flea’s Market Vendor Village, and much more. This one-of-a-kind destination event is the only punk rock campout in the country, and will host NOFX’s first US performance in over one year.

John Reese, Camp Anarchy co-producer and founder of Synergy Global Entertainment (SGE), says Camp Anarchy is, “A punker’s dream…three days of the best bands and so much to do while camping under the stars in Ohio. What could be better?”

Fletcher Dragge of Pennywise says, “Super stoked to be taking part in the first ever Camp Anarchy music and camping fest next year!!! Looks like Legend Valley will become ground zero for some serious punk rock debauchery and musical mayhem. The Offspring, Rancid, NOFX, Bad Religion, Pennywise, X, Suicidal Tendencies, Less Than Jake, Fear? What the f*ck? Does the lineup get better? Craft beer tastings, shit to buy, shit to eat, booze to drink, and camping chaos till all hours? There is no question that this is gonna be a f*cking crazy good three days!!! Not to mention, this will be NOFX’s first performance in America in over a year…who the f*ck is gonna miss that shit?! I’m not!! See you in the pit f*ckers! That’s where I’ll be!!”

The daily band lineup for Camp Anarchy is as follows (subject to change), with more bands to be announced:

Friday, May 31: The Offspring, X, Fear, Sick Of It All, Strung Out, and Death By Stereo
Saturday, June 1: Rancid, Pennywise, Suicidal Tendencies, The Damned, Off!, The Suicide Machines, A Wilhelm Scream, and Voodoo Glow Skulls
Sunday, June 2: NOFX, Bad Religion, Less Than Jake, T.S.O.L., and The Bronx

Attendees are also invited to participate in a number of other activities and attractions going on throughout each day, including:

• CRAFT BEER TASTING AREA: What most of you are here for…a massive craft beer sampling area offering tastings from local and national breweries with more than 150 craft beers to choose from. Columbus has quietly become a craft beer mecca, at the heart of a state that now boasts over 200 craft breweries producing more than 1.3 million barrels of beer annually. (Must have a Tasting Pass and be 21+)

• THE DODGEBALL ARENA: Hosting Fans Against the Bands dodgeball games…don’t forget your sweatbands for these epic battles.

• FAIR GAMES: This is where the freaks are unleashed. Come play games of chance to win a teddy bear that will probably end up in a box in your garage, or watch a guy pierce his eyeball. THE unFAIR boasts our spin on our summer camp favorites, like Postcards From The Edge where you can get a collector’s postcard and send it out from camp to your friends and family, and big ass games.

• FLEA’S MARKET VENDOR VILLAGE: Full of stuff you probably don’t need but know you will want.

• OVERSIZED GAMES: Beer Pong, Jenga, Cornhole & more.

• SCAVENGER HUNTS

• S’MORES STATION

Attendees 21+ with festival tickets can purchase a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday craft beer Tasting Pass in advance for only $17.50 (plus fees). The Tasting Pass will allow entry into the Craft Beer Tasting Area, where during the tasting, attendees can enjoy 15 3 oz. craft beer tastes, choosing from over 150 craft beers from dozens of top breweries. Some of the participating breweries include BrewDog, Rhinegeist, Great Lakes, Fat Head’s, Revolution Brewing, plus many more local and national breweries.

General Admission tickets, VIP ticket packages, and camping options for Camp Anarchy will be available for purchase Friday, December 14 at 10:00 AM ET, starting at the following prices (plus fees). Visit www.CampAnarchyFest.com for details on all ticket and camping packages.

General Admission tickets are $49.50 (plus fees) for Single Day and $99.50 (plus fees) for Weekend. A limited number VIP packages will also be available for purchase, with Single Day starting at $129.50 (plus fees) and Weekend VIP (which includes a Tasting Pass) starting at $279 (plus fees). VIP tickets include one VIP admission ticket to Camp Anarchy, a dedicated VIP entry lane into the venue, one hour early entry for craft beer tastings (for those 21+) starting at 12:00 PM, and one tasting pass, good for up to 20 tastings. VIP ticket holders also receive access into the VIP Lounge which includes:

• Views of the stage from the VIP Lounge
• Comfortable areas to sit and relax
• VIP restrooms
• VIP bar
• VIP food options (available for purchase in lounge)

Weekend (Friday — Monday) camping add ons start at $129.50 (plus fees) for Tent Camping (for up to 4 people) and $199.50 (plus fees) for dry RV Camping (for up to 4 people). All camping options are for Friday, May 31 through Monday, June 3 and do not include admission to the festival unless otherwise noted. (Festival tickets must be purchased prior to camping passes.)

Camp Anarchy partners include: Rockstar Energy Drink, Budweiser, Michelob Ultra, Bulleit Frontier Whiskey, and more to be announced.

Legend Valley is a historic outdoor concert venue and campground that has been hosting music festivals and athletic events since the 1970s, including the award-winning four day camping festival Lost Lands. Legend Valley is located at 7585 Kindle Rd, just off I-170 on Route 13 in Thornville, Ohio. The venue is located about 25 miles east of downtown Columbus, OH, just a short drive from many parts of the Midwest. John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH) is also easily accessible for those traveling from other parts of the U.S. and the world.

For more information on Camp Anarchy, visit:
http://www.campanarchyfest.com
http://www.facebook.com/campanarchyfest
http://www.instagram.com/campanarchyfest

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Fat Mike Presents “Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival”: Music Lineup Announced

Fat Mike Presents “Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival”: Music Lineup Announced

The music lineups for Fat Mike Presents Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival in Concord and Sacramento, CA have been announced. The Saturday, October 14 show at Concord Pavilion in Concord and the Sunday, October 15 show at Papa Murphy’s Park in Sacramento will feature performances from co-headliners NOFX and Flogging Molly, along with Goldfinger, Less Than Jake, Bad Cop / Bad Cop, Get Dead, and more.

Tickets for the Concord and Sacramento festival dates go on sale Friday, August 11 at 10:00 AM PTat www.PunkInDrublicFest.com.

Both shows are open to those 21 years old and up, and include at least 3 hours of unlimited craft beer tastings with over 100 craft beers, including some of the West Coast’s best and local favorites, plus access to watch the music stage. VIP tickets include 4 hours of tastings.

Tickets for the October 14 Concord show start at $39 + fees for General Admission and $99 + fees for VIP. Tickets for the October 15 Sacramento show start at $29 + fees for General Admission and $99 + fees for VIP, with multiple VIP and Early Entry ticket options.

Created from the mind and liver of NOFX‘s frontman Fat Mike, the Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival will debut in the Western U.S. this fall with five special events featuring the best in punk rock music and regional craft beer.

Named for NOFX’s classic Punk In Drublic album, which has sold over one million copies, Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival launches September 16 in Tacoma, WA, with stops in Boise, ID, Concord, CA, Sacramento, CA, and Huntington Beach, CA. NOFX will co-headline each date of Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival, with music lineups varying slightly by market.

As previously announced, Fat Mike has joined forces with premier music event producer/promoter Synergy Global Entertainment and respected craft beer event production powerhouse Brew Ha Ha Productions for the festival. In addition, to celebrate Punk In Drublic, Fat Mike teamed up with craft beer pioneers Stone Brewing to brew their very own Stone & NOFX Punk in Drublic Hoppy Lager, which will be available in cans only in the festival markets. This collaboration is a huge show of support by Stone, as it marks the first time ever that Stone has worked with a musician for a can release.They’ve even included the festival tour dates on the back of each can. This is a first-of-its-kind level of commitment from a brewery partner for a festival tour.

Catch the Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival “stumbling through a town near you”:

Saturday, September 16 – Tacoma, WA – America’s Car Museum (on sale now)

Sunday, September 17 – Boise, ID – Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater (on sale now)

Saturday, October 14 – Concord, CA – Concord Pavilion (on sale Friday, August 11)

Sunday, October 15 – Sacramento, CA – Papa Murphy’s Park (on sale Friday, August 11)

Saturday, October 28 – Huntington Beach, CA – Punk ‘N Brew at Bolsa Chica State Park (on sale Friday, September 1)

Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival is pleased to welcome Rockstar Energy Drink, Wienerschnitzel, Stone Brewing and Cosmic Fog as sponsors and supporters in its inaugural year. Sponsor activations vary by market.

Look for details on the other Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival shows in the coming weeks. Visit www.PunkInDrublicFest.com for more information.

Website: www.PunkInDrublicFest.com

Facebook: @PunkInDrublicFestival

Instagram: @PunkInDrublicFestival

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Fat Mike Presents Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival Featuring NOFX, Bad Religion and More!

Fat Mike Presents Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival Featuring NOFX, Bad Religion and More!

Created from the mind and liver of NOFX‘s frontman Fat Mike, the Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival will debut in the Western U.S. this fall with five special events featuring the best in punk rock music and regional craft beer.

Named for NOFX’s classic Punk In Drublic album, which has sold over one million copies, Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival launches September 16 in Tacoma, WA, with stops in Boise, ID, Concord, CA, Sacramento, CA, and Huntington Beach, CA. NOFX will co-headline each date of Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival alongside Flogging Molly in some markets and Bad Religion in others?, and every show will also feature four other? bands. Look for full details to be announced in August at www.PunkInDrublicFest.com.

Each Punk In Drublic festival date will feature up to four hours of craft beer tastings with over 100 craft beers, including some of the West Coast’s best and local favorites. Craft beer tastings are included with admission. Festival hours will be Noon – 9:00 PM.

Fat Mike has joined forces with premier music event producer/promoter Synergy Global Entertainment and respected craft beer event production powerhouse Brew Ha Ha Productions for the festival. In addition, to celebrate Punk In Drublic, Fat Mike teamed up with craft beer pioneers Stone Brewing to brew their very own Stone & NOFX Punk in Drublic Hoppy Lager, which will be available in cans only in the festival markets. This collaboration is a huge show of support by Stone, as it marks the first time ever that Stone has worked with a musician for a can release. They’ve even included the festival tour dates on the back of each can. This is a first-of-its-kind level of commitment from a brewery partner for a festival tour.

When asked how Stone & NOFX Punk in Drublic Hoppy Lager tastes, Fat Mike says, “It’s something to wash the noise away.” However, other slogans offered by Mike that were quickly turned down by Stone included, “It’s the beer of champagnes” and finally, “They say you can’t get beer from a stone…oh shit, we just did!”

“We know we’re crazy for letting Fat Mike in our brewery, but we’re doing it anyway,” says Greg Koch, Stone Brewing co-founder. “We have a lot in common in not only refusing to follow the status quo, but actively rejecting it. I have incredible respect for what he and Fat Wreck Chords have done for the independent music scene. Craft beer is currently in a similar open-your-eyes-to-the-man’s-corporate-obfuscation battle. Is independent craft beer punk rock? Very. And even more so now with this collab. See you in the pit!”

Cameron Collins, Co-Founder & Director of Events at Brew Ha Ha Productions explains, “Craft beer and punk rock are cut from the same cloth. Small, independent, and up against some big challenges: taking on BIG BEER, and local bands determined to do it their way, despite what might make them a quick buck. Punk In Drublic throws off the mantle of the ordinary to create an event unlike any other…a perfect pairing of craft beer and punk rock!”

Catch the Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival “stumbling through a town near you”:

Saturday, September 16 – Tacoma, WA – America’s Car Museum (on sale Friday, July 28)

Sunday, September 17 – Boise, ID – Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater (on sale Friday, July 28)

Saturday, October 14 – Concord, CA – Concord Pavilion (on sale Friday, August 11)

Sunday, October 15 – Sacramento, CA – Bonney Field (on sale Friday, August 11)

Saturday, October 28 – Huntington Beach, CA – Bolsa Chica State Park (on sale Friday, September 1)

The Saturday, September 16 (Tacoma) and Sunday, September 17 (Boise) Punk In Drublic shows will feature performances from NOFX, Bad Religion, Goldfinger, Less Than Jake, Bad Cop / Bad Cop and more. Tickets forthese two shows go on sale Friday, July 28 at 10:00 AM local time at www.PunkInDrublicFest.com.

General Admission and VIP tickets for the Tacoma and Boise shows are priced as follows. Ticket details for other dates will be announced in August. All tickets include craft beer tasting and access to view the music stage for attendees 21 years or older.

General Admission: starting at $39

Early Entry + VIP Lounge: $99

Early Entry + VIP Lounge + Meet & Greet: $199

VIP Tickets include access to a VIP Entry Lane and VIP Lounge, with:

– Exclusive craft beer tastings

– VIP viewing area of the stage

– Private restrooms

– VIP cash bar

– One hour early entry for craft beer tastings (for those 21+), starting at 12:00 PM

Look for details on the other Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival shows in the coming weeks. Visit www.PunkInDrublicFest.com for more information.

About Fat Mike:
Fat Mike is a musician, songwriter, producer, record label president, political activist, and champion bowler! Best known as the lead vocalist, bassist and songwriter for long-running punk rock band NOFX, Fat Mike is also bassist and arranger for supergroup cover band Me First and the Gimme Gimmes. Additionally, Fat Mike is the co-owner of the Fat Wreck Chords record label in San Francisco. NOFX formed in Los Angeles in 1983, signed to Epitaph Records in 1989, and went on to sell over 6 million records worldwide including two records that went gold in the US and Canada. In 2004, Fat Mike founded Punkvoter.com in an effort to mobilize the punk community to vote, and in turn raised over a million dollars for the Kerry Campaign with the Rock Against Bush compilations. In 2016, NOFX released both a New York Times best-selling book (The Hepatitis Bathtub and Other Stories) and their critically acclaimed 13th album (First Ditch Effort).

About Synergy Global Entertainment, Inc.:
Synergy Global Entertainment, Inc. (SGE) specializes in producing music events and music marketing programs benefitting brands, artists, consumers, partners and attendees alike. SGE has produced thousands of branded music festivals, concerts, tours and events throughout the world playing to millions of applauding fans. www.sgeworldwide.com

About Brew Ha Ha Productions:
Brew Ha Ha Productions (BHHP) is California’s most successful craft beer event producer and creates award winning, often sold out, events. Its team brings years of successful event production and business experience along with an inside view of the craft beer industry and its enthusiasts. Fueled by a desire to promote craft beer, along with a vision of creating legacy beer fests and events, BHHP was conceived 10 years ago. BHHP produces multiple celebrated festivals with rave reviews annually including BRUFEST in Phoenix AZ, 91X’s BeerX in San Diego, Driftwood, Ye Scallywag ?and more.? Best known for their signature events like the ?OC ?Brew Ha Ha Craft Beer Roundup, Brew Ho Ho ‘Holiday Ale Festival’, Sabroso Craft Beer, Taco & Music Festival, and the award winning Brew Hee Haw at the OC Fair, BHHP is now expanding events to other cities and states including Arizona, Washington and Idaho? to enhance communities with fun and safe events along with helping to raise money for local charities?.

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Rancid’s Matt Freeman Releases ‘Devils Brigade’ On August 31st

Rancid’s Matt Freeman Releases ‘Devils Brigade’ On August 31st

Celebrated Bay Area punk legend Matt Freeman of Rancid and Operation Ivy fame will release the long awaited, self-titled debut album for his side project Devils Brigade on August 31 via Hellcat Records.  The bass player has assimilated a touring band to join him this fall when they hit the road with labelmates Street Dogs on a US tour.

Devils Brigade was conceived in 2000, when bassist Matt Freeman began writing songs with Tim Armstrong between Rancid tours.  This led to a few EPs and some songs on Hellcat’s Give Em The Boot compilation, but the project was put on the back burner when Rancid began touring and recording again.  Years went by and after Rancid took a break from touring on the Let The Dominoes Fall record, Matt got the itch to reactivate the project with a new studio album.

“The original concept for this record was going to be a musical,” says Freeman.  “Tim had been kicking around an idea of doing a musical about the building of the Golden Gate Bridge.  He had the title “Half Way To Hell Club.”  This was based on the name for the bridge workers who fell off the bridge while it was being built and fell into the safety net that was between them and the ocean.  We grew up in the East Bay looking at that bridge and it has always been a part of our lives.  Six of those songs ended up on the Devils Brigade record.  The other songs were all original Devils Brigade songs from the first demo.  We thought they were still good and we should record them again.”

In early 2010, Matt and Tim entered the studio with DJ Bonebrake from the influential punk group X and recorded twelve quick tempered songs featuring Matt’s signature, snarling vocals along with his snap, thumping upright bass, which shine through on roots driven punk tracks like  “I’m Moving Through,” “Who’s Gonna Save Your Now” and “My Own Man Now.”

“It was a great vibe in the studio,” Matt adds.  “The record has a real live and loose vibe.  Loose in a good way.  Tim’s guitar style blended really well with DJ and everything clicked very quickly.  We had a lot of fun making this record.  I am going to take it out on the road whenever I can when Rancid is not doing anything.”

Stay tuned to www.hellcat.com and www.myspace.com/devilsbrigadeofficial for updates and news regarding Devils Brigade.

Devils Brigade Track Listing:

1.       I’m Movin Through – 1:54

2.       My Own Man Now – 1:56

3.       Shakedown – 2:14

4.       Bridge Of Gold (featuring Tim Armstrong and Lars Frederiksen) – 2:21

5.       Darlene – 2:02

6.       Ride Harley – 3:29

7.       Who’s Gonna Save You Now – 1:43

8.       Desperate Times – 1:37

9.       Vampire Girl – 2:15

10.   Gentleman Of the Road (featuring Tim Armstrong) – 3:07

11.   Protest Song – 3:04

12.   Half Way To Hell – 2:37

Devils Brigade Tour Dates:

Sept 7 – San Antonio, TX – White Rabbit

Sept 9 – St. Petersburg, FL – State Theatre

Sept 10 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Revolution

Sept 11 – Orlando, FL – Firestone Live

Sept 12 – Jacksonville Beach, FL – Freebird Café

Sept 13 – Charleston, SC – The Oasis

Sept 14 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade

Sept 16 – Washington, DC – Rock and Roll Hotel

Sept 17 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts

Sept 18 – New York City, NY – The Gramercy Theatre

Sept 19 – Pawtucket, RI – The Met Café

Sept 21 – Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom

Sept 22 – Pittsburgh, PA – Diesel

Sept 23 – Cleveland, OH – Grog Shop

Sept 24 – Hamtramck, MI – Small’s

Sept 25 – Chicago, IL – Reggies Rock Club

Sept 26 – St. Louis, MO – Firebird

Sept 28 – Dallas, TX – The Loft

Sept 29 – Austin, TX – Red Seven

Oct 7 – Tempe, AZ – The Clubhouse

Oct 8 – Santa Ana, CA – Galaxy Theatre

Oct 9 – Los Angeles, CA – El Rey Theatre

Oct 16 – San Francisco, CA – Slim’s

Oct 19 – Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre

Oct 20 – Seattle, WA – Chop Suey

Oct 21 – Boise, ID – Knitting Factory Concert House

Oct 22 – Salt Lake City, UT – Club Sound

Oct 23 – Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre

Oct 24 – Colorado Springs, CO – Black Sheep

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Bad Religion’s Greg Graffin To Release “Anarchy Evolution” Book On September 28th

Bad Religion’s Greg Graffin To Release “Anarchy Evolution” Book On September 28th

Iconic singer, Greg Graffin, of groundbreaking West Coast punk rock band Bad Religion, will release his new book Anarchy Evolution: Faith, Science and Bad Religion in a World Without God, co-authored with science journalist Steve Olson, on September 28.  The book will coincide with the release of Bad Religion’s new album The Dissent of Man. Anarchy Evolution is currently available for pre-order at Amazon.comBarnesandNoble.comBorders.com and bundled with The Dissent of Man at BadReligionStore.com.  Additionally, a limited number of special signed, first editions of Anarchy Evolution are available for pre-order at AnarchyEvolution.com until September 28 when Graffin will kick off his book tour in New York City.

This is how most of the world knows Greg Graffin, the rebellious lead singer of the legendary punk band Bad Religion. What few people know is that Graffin also received a PhD from Cornell University and teaches evolution at UCLA. Co-written with Olson, Anarchy Evolution: Faith, Science, and Bad Religion in a World Without God (It Books; On Sale: September 28, 2010; Hardcover) weds Graffin’s experiences in punk culture and the academic world, and explores the deep connection between art, religion, and science.

As an adolescent growing up when “drugs, sex, and trouble could be had on any given night,” Graffin discovered that the study of evolution provided a framework through which he could make sense of the world. In this provocative and personal book, Graffin describes his own coming of age as an artist, as well as the formation of his naturalist worldview on questions involving God, science, and human meaning.

While the battle between religion and science is often displayed in the starkest of terms, Anarchy Evolution provides fresh and nuanced insights into the long-standing debate about atheism and the human condition. It is a book for anyone who has ever wondered if God really exists.

Greg Graffin, born in Madison, Wisconsin, obtained his Ph.D. at Cornell University in zoology, and his master’s degree at UCLA in geology. Graffin was the recipient of the Bryan Patterson prize from the Society of Vertebrate Paleontologists and also received the Harvard Cultural Humanism award. He has served as lecturer in life science and in paleontology at the University of California at Los Angeles.

Steve Olson is the author of Mapping Human History: Genes, Race, and Our Common Origins, which was one of five finalists for the 2002 nonfiction National Book Award and received the Science-in-Society Award from the National Association of Science Writers. He has been a consultant writer for the National Academy of Sciences as well as other organizations, and his writing has been featured in Atlantic Monthly, the Washington Post,Scientific American, and Wired, among other publications. In September 2004 he published with two coauthors a research article in Nature that presented a fundamentally new perspective on human ancestry.

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The Vacancies – ‘A Beat Missing or a Silence Added’ – CD Review

The Vacancies – ‘A Beat Missing or a Silence Added’ – CD Review

68d615f2By JASON PRICE

The Cleveland-based band The Vacancies bring their punk sound and attitude to light on their sophomore release A Beat Missing or a Silence Added.?

In a world where punk has strayed more to the “pop” side, The Vacancies play punk the way it was intended to be played. The record is loaded with a powerful sound that harkens back to the underground punk scene. The songs are high energy, political and very well produced by Joan Jett and Kenny Laguna. The clean production on the album showcases the driving guitars and a powerful rhythms.

In recent years, radio-played punk rock has strayed away from it’s more political roots. The sound of songs such as “Save Yourself” and “New Religion” bring to mind punk pioneers The Clash and Black Flag, along with a more listener friendly twinge of The Ramones. The band shows their versatility on “Closer,” which delivers a more punk/ska sound that may even be a bit out of place. On “Radio Revolution,” they take a shot at corporate radio and the homogenized state of music in mainstream America. The record, while not perfect in all areas, is definitely a huge shot in the arm of the post-Green Day era of punk music. If you are tired of what is being presented as modern punk music, A Beat Missing or a Silence Added is definitely worth the listen.

The Vacancies are Billy Crooked (vocals), Michael James (guitar/vocals), BO (bass) and Angelo Merendino (drums) The band has released their latest album A Beat Missing or a Silence Added on Blackheart Records.

THE VERDICT: 4/5

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