If you can’t afford Soundwave or it just feels too far away don’t worry there are plenty of punk, hardcore and metal bands from the States heading our way very soon.
Joey Cape dishes the dirt on his covers supergroup Me First & The Gimme Gimmes' Australian EP and tour.
Two names synonymous with punk rock history brought their guitars to Brisbane to tear down the walls that get in the way of communication.
Punk rock legend and Lagwagon frontman Joey Cape sits down to talk to FL about how he just 'Doesn't Play Well With Others'.
In 2003 Lagwagon released their sixth studio album Blaze; five long years after their last album Let's Talk About Feelings. Falling Apart was one of the LP' stand-out tracks and sent the masses into a frenzy at their Sydney show in 2008.
Lagwagon included a cover of Van Morrison's Brown Eyed Girl on their 1994 seminal release Trashed. The cover has since become an essential part of every good Lagwagon set - and the kids lapped it up when they pulled it out at their 2008 Sydn
Island of Shame is one of Lagwagon's earliest singles taken from their sophomore album Trashed. Released in 1994, Trashed is considered by many to be the bands best album and one of the most influential releases in the Californian Punk scene.
One of Fat Wreck Chords' most enduring bands, Lagwagon headed downunder in November 2008 to celebrate their 20th anniversary. With Lindsay "The Doctor" McDougall joining them on guitar in Sydney they blew the Metro away with classics li
'90s punk rock heroes Lagwagon played the Metro to a surprisingly smaller crowd than usual, but a vocal one all the same.
Imagine the coolest set you've ever seen and then times it by one hundred and you may have almost been there.
If you weren't wearing a NOFX shirt, you weren't there.
Punk-rock royalty Lagwagon enjoy their 20th anniversary this year, and we've all been invited to join the party in November.
Lagwagon's Dave Raun is no doctor, but he will happily tell you how he'll go about defeating the burden of jetlag when the band hits Australia in February to promote their latest album, Resolve.
A great combination of local and international acts took to the Arena stage on Saturday night to deliver a brilliant mix of pop, rock and punk.