Six more bands have joined the roster.
Oh hell yes.
Playing ‘Full Circle’ in full for the first time.
90s punk rockers Pennywise will embark on an Australian tour for the 20th anniversary of their seminal album About Time in September. The album, released all the way back in the heart of the 90s, has been touted as crystalising the So-Cal melodic hardcore sound, and it received Gold Record Status in Australia. On tour,
If Melburnians felt left in the lurch following the news that California punkers Pennywise would be joining beloved Floridian ska outfit Less Than Jake at their Sydney Sidewave, they needn’t any longer. The punk veterens have announced today a quadruple-bill Melbourne-only sidewave show, bringing fellows Soundwave bands Stiff Little Fingers, Trash Talk and Authority Zero
Giving you a whole lotta extra bang for your buck, the one and only Pennywise will be joining beloved Floridian ska outfit Less Than Jake at their Sydney Sidewave at Manning Bar, cramming a tonne of punk rock energy into one very intimate venue. With Texan rockers Bowling For Soup and the multi genre spanning
Now almost a year since the untimely departure of No Use For A Name frontman, Tony Sly, plans have been made public about a tribute album featuring some of the biggest names in the scene. Fat Mike of NOFX has revealed a long list of bands set to pay their respects via the release, which
Pennywise have announced that their affairs are now in order, and are ready to come good on the Australian tour, announced for last year but ultimately scrapped. Originally, plans were waylaid after the band’s singer did his back in, but this time round they will be bringing their first-ever vocalist, Jim Lindberg, along for the
AJ Maddah has done it again! The Soundwave top dawg has confirmed the long-awaited support acts for the upcoming Blink 182 sidewaves. Making an awesome night even better will be The Vandals and UK’s Sharks. Maddah slipped up on Twitter when responding to a fan. Under the impression that the acts had already been announced,
Pennywise have told local fans that they “haven’t forgotten” about rescheduling their Australian tour and to “keep the beers cold”. The American punksters posted a brief statement on their Facebook page this morning to re-assure fans that they will return in 2013 after their run of dates in the country were cancelled earlier this year.
Pennywise have announced that the band has reunited with former frontman Jim Lindberg. Lindberg, along with guitarist Fletcher Dragge, delivered the news while being interviewed on KROQ Los Angeles’ Kevin & Bean Show. Fletcher told the American radio station that Pennywise will celebrate their 25th anniversary and reunion with Lindberg with a special LA gig
Yesterday Music Feeds reported that legendary punk rock act Pennywise unfortunately had to push back their return to Australia due to new vocalist Zoli Teglas suffering from back problems. For many the news first came via a tweet from Soundwave Festival Promotoer AJ Maddah, who posted: “Oh Feck! Pennywise tour dates postponed. Dude’s done his
Yeah, sorry guys, but it’s looking like those of you who have been waiting patiently for the return of punk icons Pennywise will have to wait a little bit longer. It would appear that Zoli Téglás, the band’s vocalist, has done his back in and can’t get on a plane.
Punk legends Pennywise have recently issued a statement claiming that following the on-stage collapse of frontman Zoli Téglás, they will be cancelling all shows on their current tour.
Notorious pissed-off Punk Rockers Pennywise have announced a string of dates across Australia in support of the recent release of their new album All or Nothing.
What fan of 90s punk rock hasn’t at least once cranked Pennywise’s 1997 record Full Circle, drunkenly slung an arm over a mate’s shoulder and slurred the words and whoas to the revised version of Bro Hymn? Fifteen years have passed since the initial release of Full Circle, a record dedicated to the memory of
Triple M has posted a stream of punk rock stronghold Pennywise’s new record All Or Nothing, due out April 27, 2012 (tomorrow).
So-Cal punk legends Pennywise are returning with a new album on the 27th April – titled All Or Nothing. The band have inspired many throughout the world with their hard-charging songs of self-reliance and perseverance, and this new album promises to be their most powerful and heartfelt to date. Bassist Randy Bradbury has spoken about
Punk legends Millencolin and Pennywise have just announced they will be playing sideshows off the back of the Soundwave Tour in Sydney and Melbourne in February next year. With Millencolin on tour in celebration of the ten year anniversary of their seminal album Pennybridge Pioneers, playing the album in it’s entirety as well as throwing
In an interview with Altpress, Pennywise guitarist Fletcher Dragge told his side of the story surrounding the events of the Warped Tour Sunday night fight in Denver.