Posts Tagged ‘Pennywise’

NEWS: Pennywise confirm one-off London show on August 4th 2017!

Californian punk rock favourites Pennywise have just announced details of a one-off headline show at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London this August, where they’ll be joined by genre contemporaries Good Riddance and Face To Face.

This show comes ahead of their appearance at Rebellion Festival in Blackpool, where all three bands will be performing.

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NEWS: Pennywise, Anti-Flag, and more join Groezrock 2017!

Main stage headliners Deftones and Parkway Drive have already been confirmed, but now the organisers of Groezrock have confirmed another batch of bands to make up the 2017 festival line-up.

Names joining the bill for next year include Pennywise, Anti-Flag, In Hearts Wake, and more.

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NEWS: All Time Low, Glassjaw & more join Download Festival 2016 line-up!

With announcements coming thick and fast, another batch of bands have just been confirmed for this year’s Download Festival, which already sees main stage headline slots from Rammstein, Black Sabbath, and Iron Maiden. You can find all of the latest additions to the festival line-up listed below:

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AUDIO: Pennywise – Yesterdays (Album)

Punk rock legends Pennywise have unveiled a stream of their latest album ‘Yesterdays’ which is due out on July 15th via Epitaph Records. The album features the return of the original vocalist Jim Lindberg, and you can listen to it below:

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ALBUM: Pennywise – All Or Nothing

Release Date: April 30th, 2012
Label: Epitaph


Hermosa Beach’s punk rock specialists Pennywise are a band that has prevailed through many dramas. In 2006, bassist Jason Thirsk committed suicide during his battle with alcoholism and in 2009 their long-term vocalist Jim Lindberg quit the band, making way for Ignite frontman Zoli Teglas to take the reins in 2010. It was almost four years between 2008’s ‘Reason To Believe’ and their new Epitaph release, ‘All Or Nothing’. When bands take an elongated period of time between releases, it’s often the case that fans may lose interest and become sceptical of the forthcoming record. Before listening to this record, I was hopeful that it would deliver.

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