Pop-punk pioneers New Found Glory will be releasing several covers of The Ramones classics on vinyl, titled ‘Mania’, for this year’s Record Store Day (April 20th 2013). You can view the artwork and full tracklisting below:
Punk rock trio Green Day have now been confirmed as the third headline act at this year’s Reading/Leeds Festival weekend, joining already announced headliners Eminem and Biffy Clyro. Along with this, a further wave of acts have also been confirmed, all of which are listed below:
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Year after year, the Vans Warped Tour that dominates the US taunts us from across the pond, with its fantastic weather and even more fantastic line-up of bands. But now, after 14 years of waiting, it has returned to the UK. Unlike its American counterpart, the event is held inside and sunshine is not a feature either, but today it’s all about the music. Co-headliners of the main stage are Welsh rockers Lostprophets, who are half way through a full UK tour, and Sheffield metallers Bring Me The Horizon, with this being their only UK show this year.
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Date: November 5th, 2012
Venue: Academy 1, Manchester
Support: The Story So Far / Man Overboard / New Found Glory
Vans Warped Tour has always been about bring together popular, well-established bands as well as introducing us to some up-and-coming newbies and that’s just what tonight promises. Two giant acts from the last 15 years with two bold and budding support acts. Finally, after 14 years of waiting, the Vans Warped Tour has decided to grace the shores of the UK again. Even though it’s only a one-off day festival in London, they have at least created a juicy 5 date warm-up tour for us to all enjoy.
Floridian pop-punk heroes New Found Glory have announced that they’ll be performing their album ‘Sticks & Stones’ in full throughout their upcoming UK tour this November to celebrate the record’s 10th anniversary. You can catch them at the dates listed below:
Pop-punk veterans New Found Glory have release a music video for their new song, ‘Summer Fling, Don’t Mean A Thing’. You can watch it through the embed below:
New Found Glory guitarist and respected producer Chad Gilbert is set to release a new 7″ under his What’s Eating Gilbert solo side-project titled ‘The Nashville Session’ on June 19th through Paper + Plastick Records. The artwork and tracklist can be seen below:
In the run up to the UK date of the Vans Warped Tour (November 10th) in London, a Road To Warped Tour tour has been announced with New Found Glory as headliners. Other acts on the tour are Less Than Jake, Man Overboard and The Story So Far. All dates are detailed below:
Date: February 15th, 2012
Venue: Academy 1, Manchester
Support: While She Sleeps, letlive., The Blackout
It’s about time that Kerrang! magazine finally hosted a tour where the whole line-up is actually pretty decent. In the past, there always seems to be one band that’s out of place and/or not worthy of being on the bill and/or just turns out to be pretty terrible live. 2012 might arguably be the first year where this isn’t the case (though, sadly a lot of hate is directed at last minute Sum 41 replacements, The Blackout). So, well done Kerrang!, you did good.
This is a review which almost doesn’t need to be written. Look up ‘pop-punk’ in the dictionary and you’re bound to find a photo of Jordan Pundik and co. pulling funny faces and a couple quotes about being unlucky in love. New Found Glory epitomise this genre, and this album is another consistent batch of catchy, up-beat energy, bursting at the seams and emphasising why these guys are – and always will be – the kings of pop-punk music.