Daily Riot Fest RoundupThursday, August 24th, 2017
Happy National Waffle Day. Fun Fact: Waffles are 100 times better than pancakes. Don’t @ me.
The wait is over… GBH announced their new album, Momentum, will be out November 17th on Hellcat Records. It will be their first studio album since 2010’s Perfume and Piss. You can listen to the title track above, and pre-order the album at gbhuk.com. See GBH at Riot Fest and at their Riot Fest Late Night Show at Cobra Lounge on September 15th.
The Blood Of Gods, the new album from GWAR, is scheduled for release on October 20th via Metal Blade. In the meantime, GWAR has released a video for, ‘Fuck This Place’, the first single off the album. You can watch it below.
M.I.A. shares a new song, “Load ‘Em”, featuring Jamaican dancehall artist Dexta Daps. Listen below.
Former Dead Kennedys frontman Jello Biafra joined Dead Cross for a revised version of “Nazi Punks Fuck Off.” Watch “Nazi Trumps Fuck Off” below.
Check out our interview with Bryce “the Govna” Graves, founder of the Hellzapoppin Circus Sideshow Review, find out how Riot Fest accidentally booked him for the festival, and watch this amazing recap video of their performance at Riot Fest in 2016.
Despite what Bandsitown may have told you, no, The Strokes are NOT playing a show at Reggies for $10.
Pretty. Orange. Circular.
— paramore (@paramore) August 24, 2017
Reminder: New Action Bronson drops at midnight!
TONIGHT AT MIDNIGHT GET THIS MASTERFUL MUSICAL COMPOSITION PLEASE. ENJOY IT. pic.twitter.com/uOZT6MyQem
— BLUE CHIPS 7000 (@ActionBronson) August 24, 2017
There’s also a new Hot Water Music song for you to get your ears around…
In case you slept on it yesterday, check out our new song–“Complicated”–right here!https://t.co/rpRM06bXaY
— Hot Water Music (@HotWaterMusic) August 24, 2017
TFW your fans don’t know that you were just in town
We just played here 2 weeks ago 🙄 https://t.co/Lsu0EaT9Pn
— Like Pacific (@LikePacific) August 23, 2017
What about pickles or ice cream?
Hell yeah me too straight up https://t.co/Z2EpVL77Xd
— CULTURE ABUSE (@cultureabuse) August 24, 2017