Entries tagged with: The Briggs
photo: 7Seconds at Riot Fest Chicago 2014 (more by James Richards IV)
Punk/melodic hardcore greats 7Seconds were recently announced for Riot Fest Denver (whose lineup was expanded today), and they'll also be touring with Bishops Green and Success ahead of that. They'll hit NYC at Saint Vitus on August 23. Tickets go on sale Friday (6/26) at 1 PM.
The band was also recently announced for San Bernardino, CA's inaugural It's Not Dead Festival, which is co-produced by Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman and gives Lyman a chance to still book a festival with actual punk bands. In addition to 7Seconds, there's Descendents, Bad Religion, NOFX, The Bouncing Souls, The Vandals, Fishbone, H2O, The Adolescents, Agent Orange, CJ Ramone, Sham 69, The Dickies, TSOL, Swingin' Utters, D.I., Strung Out, Lagwagon, Less Than Jake, Pennywise, Pulley, Anti-Flag and more. Tickets are on sale now.
Full lineup, festival poster, and the list of all 7Seconds dates, below...
Devo in Austin in 2012 (more by Tim Griffin)
Punk Rock Bowling is returning to downtown Las Vegas for its 15th year from May 25 - 27 with a lineup of Devo, FLAG (one of two Black Flag reunions taking place this year), Bad Religion (who are touring soon), The Damned, Turbonegro, DRI, Bouncing Souls, The Casualties, Subhumans, Swingin' Utters, US Bombs, The Weirdos, and more. Three-day passes are on sale now and single day tickets go on sale Monday, February 11.
Flyer and full lineup below...
Digital Retribution: When I last interviewed you, you said of the Dead Kennedys reunion, "I thought it was fucking pathetic, though, when The Dead Kennedys went out without Jello as their singer." What I meant to say instead of whatever monosyllabic witticism I spouted is: What's the difference between DK and the reformed Misfits, who GWAR toured with?With 46 acts spanning multiple genres, all worth at least checking out, and most worth more than that, playing on four stages in a 10 hour period along with side attractions like a bungee jumping thing and a mechanical bull, and with three of us at Fun Fun Fun Fest, it shouldn't be surprising that it took us ONE, TWO, THREE, and now FOUR posts to cover just the pictures from Saturday. They continue below...
Dave Brockie (aka Oderus): I think there is a big difference, but don't expect the original product in either. I like Jerry and I would rather have him out touring and having fun than have him working in his machine shop. You can't blame him for wanting to cash in on how great The Misfits were, and enjoy himself in the process, plus give all of his pals jobs in his crew, and show his kids the time of their lives! So in that aspect, I think Jerry and what's left of The Misfits is cool, as long as you don't go in there expecting to see Glenn Danzig! I feel Jerry has earned the right to do whatever the fuck he wants through 30+ years of dedication to this music. Jerry never lets up, he is always gigging. Whereas the Dead Kennedys thing was just a one-shot money grab. They knew they could get away with it, do a year or two, cash in, and bail...and also, The Misfits actually got away with replacing their singer, with Mike Graves, and did a couple of great records! That was when we toured with them, and that was great! American Psycho is a great fucking album!