Scott Russo called the man out in front of the whole audience.
Back by popular demand.
“Asking for your prayers, love, and support .”
Do not destroy green rooms, it’s not fuckin’ cool, it’s not punk.
San Diego melodic punk rock stalwarts Unwritten Law have announced their return to Australia this December for their Love Is The Law tour, alongside special guests, Adelaide rockers Grenadiers. The power pop-punk legends have maintained a long-lasting love affair with Aussie audiences on a string of tours over the years, and will bring the love
It’s almost time for Round 3 of the beloved Hits & Pits festival and promoters have just unleashed a rather tasty second lineup announcement, with punk royalty Unwritten Law and supergroup Implants joining the epic shenanigans set to rock the country this May. Californian’s legendary Unwritten Law need no introduction. Scott Russo and the boys
You would struggle to find a relevant band these days as experienced as Unwritten Law.
Unwritten Law have announced Australian tour dates along with Zebrahead and Royal Republic next month while they’re out here on the Soundwave 2012 line-up. They’ll be playing two shows, one at The Hi-Fi in Brisbane and one at The Espy in Melbourne. Unwritten Law have reached unprecedented heights, amassing a passionately loyal fan base over
Unwritten Law have gone under a major line-up change after a fight occurred between band members led to Guitarist Steve “Kid” Morris and bassist Pat “PK” Kim leaving the band. The incident involved Morris and singer Scott Russo.
6 years is a long time in music when you’re in between albums. (unless you’re Tool) The scene that founded your success changes. New groups, new directions, new audiences. Unwritten Law were a part of the So-Cal punk rock scene that flourished in the nineties on the back of bands like Pennywise and The Offspring.