Posts Tagged ‘green day’

Worth Taking – Touring, Writing, Japan and Ice Cream

Worth Taking

Pop-punk band Worth Taking are coming in hot with their latest LP “Hangman.” With heavy bass lines and a voice from Jerod McBrayer that will caress your eardrums, it’s clear to hear that Worth Taking are bringing the pop-punk from yesteryear into the present, and with a tour on the horizon, into the future as […]

State Line Syndicate


Los Angeles pop-punk trio, State Line Syndicate, are breathing new life into the genre that was a radio staple in the late ‘90s and early 2000s.

Worth Taking – Punker Than Thou


Punk rock is sacred. It goes beyond a sound of music and the safety pins and patches on your jacket. It’s a lifestyle and a mindset. Any time someone jumps into this, there’s an immediate hesitation. What would pop-rockers Worth Taking want out of punk? Why would they touch it? Well, because they can and […]

Anaurac EP


You know how Justin Warfield, lead singer of She Wants Revenge, sounds robotic? There are two main reasons for that: 1). He doesn’t really sing all that often. It’s this monotone swing speaking, but his voice is manly enough that you actually want to hear it, and 2). It’s like the way he’s moving his mouth isn’t […]

SPLATT – Girls About Songs


The best songs are about girls. Green Day‘s “Maria,” The White Stripes‘ “Fell in Love with a Girl,” the list grows. Girls About Songs is the EP by SPLATT that takes some women who are special to the SPLATT family and immortalizes them through song.