Get the tissues.
Prepare for “16 tracks of caffeine fuelled songs” by the formative punks
Frenzal Rhomb have been forced to withdraw from the Descendents Australian tour due to an unidentified member being hospitalised with a “sudden and unexpected illness”. In a press release from Deathproof PR, Frenzal Rhomb apologise to fans and friends and ask for their privacy to be respected by fans and media alike. The Descendents Australian
Black Flag fans are going to be stoked on this. Regardless of whether you preferred founding member Keith Morris or his replacement Ron Reyes, you’re in luck – both frontmen have announced they will be forming and reforming their own versions of Black Flag, and both have announced tour dates. Morris, who originally left the
It took thirty-two years for Descendents to visit Australia. No more than three years later the punk veterans are returning with their own headline tour. Drummer Bill Stevenson got us excited for this huge upcoming tour that is set to take place in the New Year. Having survived over three decades in the music industry,
Huge news this morning – punk rock icons Descendents will be returning to Australia first thing next year, bringing with them a gang of some of the finest talent punk has to offer. It’s almost a mini festival: Bounching Souls, Frenzal Rhomb and now Bodyjar. Descendents sure know how to put on a tour, and
It’s hard to believe that legendary pop-punk band The Descendents have never played in this country before. But that is about to change this December. The band have announced three shows on their website to take place in Melbourne,Sydney and Brisbane starting the 17th.