Daily Riot Fest RoundupTuesday, September 26th, 2017
They just announced the sequel to the hit film It, starring Fletcher from Pennywise (NOT fact checked), but you’ll have to wait until 2019 for…it.
Chicago’s own Sincere Engineer released a new video today from their debut album, Rhombithian, due out October 20th on Red Scare (www.interpunk.com/item.cfm?Item=244408). Head Engineer Deanna Belos and the rest of the band play a full-on rock show to celebrate the album’s release at Township here in Chicago on November 10th, tickets are still available right here.
And in case you foolheartedly missed it last weekend, the official Riot Fest photographers documented the Hellzapoppin’ Circus Sideshow Revue and the Ives Brothers Wall of Death motorcycle shows that were featured at Riot Fest 2017. There are some amazing shots here, so settle in with an iced tea and scroll on, my friends.
Al Jourgensen has just signed a worldwide record deal with Nuclear Blast Records to release Ministry‘s new album, AmeriKKKant, in early 2018. Here’s the band performing a new song, “Antifa,” at Riot Fest last weekend. Seems like Al’s been keeping up with current events.
Bayside recently gave a fun on-camera interview to Rolling Stone where they discuss crazy fans, Googling themselves, and so on.
Do you know the band Bleached? You should, because they’re playing with Against Me! this Saturday at Concord and they fucking rule. Here’s their new video, so you’re prepared. We live to serve you, the reader, here at RiotFest.org.
…and while we’re at it, The Dirty Nil opens the aforementioned Against Me! show, and they’re also pretty great. For fans of old school Minneapolis punks and handsome lead singers that wear star-pattern button-down shirts. “Wrestle Yü to Hüsker Dü” is a fucking jam.
Today was one of the Best days on the Coast.
Back in LA 4 the day, heading home to see my 🐱🐶 children, lyft is blasting Pennywise, playing The Greek w/ @paramore 2nite – HASHTAG BLESSED
— Best Coast (@BestCoast) September 26, 2017
The Hold Steady’s Craig Finn says #VoteLocal!
— HeadCount (@HeadCountOrg) September 26, 2017
Worriers feat. A Koala! Now this is a collaboration we can get behind!
— SideOneDummy Records (@SideOneDummy) September 26, 2017
This one’s deep, Julien Baker.
my love language is unsolicited spotify links
— Julien Baker (@julienrbaker) September 25, 2017
Hayley remembers LA:
LA, i left you bc i had to but you’ll never not be so cool to me. RIP a life, 2012-2015
— hayley from Paramore (@yelyahwilliams) September 26, 2017