Social Distortion plays to yet another sold-out crowd 25 years into their career. Thus proving conclusivelly, to Jen Cray and all that Punk is not dead.
Within a Mile of Home (SideOneDummy). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Leaving the Ways (Side One Dummy Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Insobriety & Insubordination (Signal Path Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
<i>In Concert Live In Galway</i> (Shamtown). Review by <b>Carl F Gauze</b>.
In Concert Live In Galway (Shamtown). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Out & Aboot (Honest Dons). Review by Troy Jewell.
Compilation (Epitaph). Review by Troy Jewell.
Mike McColgan left the Dropkick Murphys to become a Boston firefighter. His tenure with the Street Dogs marks his return to punk rawk. And now he’s sharing his experiences from the past six years with Rob Walsh.
Dropkick Murphys’ bassist Ken Casey talks with Rob Walsh about nearly eight years of giving a voice to the man on the street.
Committed to a Bright Future (Spitfire). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Purgatory (Thick Records). Review by Rob Walsh.
Various Artists (GMM). Review by Brian Kruger.
The Horns of Hattin (GMM). Review by David Lee Beowulf.
Various Artists (Epitaph). Review by Brian Kruger.
Sean Carswell caught an incredible double bill of energetic punk rock at DIY Records in Orlando on April 21, 2000. Where were you when the Beltones and the Hudson Falcons were tearing the house down?
Event Review by Brian Kruger
The Gang’s All Here (Hellcat). Review by Julio Diaz
Do or Die (Hellcat). Review by David Lee Beowülf
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