The temperature during Day 2 at Aftershock was a bit cooler than it was on Day 1. It’s a good thing, too, because the Sunday lineup was incendiary.
The Offspring, Bad Religion, Pennywise and the Vandals invaded our shores for an incredible experience that brought fans of all ages to NYC's Terminal 5.
The Offspring have recorded covers of their tour mates Bad Religion and Pennywise's songs in advance of their upcoming dates.
Pennywise have revealed plans for their new album, 'Yesterdays,' and also unveiled a new song and their summer tour dates.
Back in October, Pennywise fans got the news they had been longing to hear -- that frontman Jim Lindberg had decided to return to the band for their 25th anniversary show. Things appear to be going well, so Lindberg and the rest of Pennywise have decided to expand upon their touring plans with a full-fledged monthlong run in February and March.
It was a less than amicable parting of the ways, but after three years away singer Jim Lindberg is rejoining Pennywise. Lindberg and guitarist Fletcher Dragge appeared on KROQ's Kevin and Bean Show in Los Angeles to make the announcement and revealed that the reunion will finally follow through when they take the stage at a January performance.
A great idea is a great idea, and former Pennywise singer Jim Lindberg continues to see positive returns from his 'Punk Rock Dad' book. Initially, the vocalist saw his book turned into a documentary helmed by director Andrea Nevins featuring several rock star fathers. Now, ComingSoon.net reports that 'How I Met Your Mother' actor Jason Segel has picked up the rights to adapt the premise into a traditional motion picture. The actor will both star in and produce the film, which is going by the name 'The Other F Word.'