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From Saturday 31 August 2002

Unwritten Law in bomb blast shocker!

From “As a result of an ongoing domestic dispute with his 23 yr old neighbor over noise levels (which is hard to believe because Steve has hardly been home over the last 3 months), Steve, a police officer and security guard, were injured when an explosive device built

Slow Coming Day sign to Tooth and Nail

Rising stars from Huntington Beach, Slow Coming Day, have inked a deal with Tooth and Nail Records. Punktastic interviewed the boys earlier this year, and they will now record their next release for the label.

Goodness gracious Charlotte!

Good Charlotte may be rocking the Monarch in London for a one-off gig on September 6, but now you have two more reasons to get down to the gig! Because Punktastic faves Fletcher and Not Katies will be in support. Now

No Comply need help!

UK skacore heroes No Comply need your help – will more specifically they need a temporary bassist! The band are about to set off on a UK tour, but due to work commitments their bassist cannot go with them – and so this is where a

Converge confirm tour

Finally back in the UK after 3 long years – Boston’s finest hardcore noise band CONVERGE hit our shores for 5 shows in support of the critically acclaimed album ‘Jane Doe’ (Equal Vision Records) this September. These dates are all confirmed – ignore any any other rumours of adverts

IATDE expand roster again!

Mark from In At The Deep End Records has whipped out his chequebook again and signed Buzzkill who hail from Leeds. These guys play flaming, adrenaline fueled rock’n’roll punk rock, backed by a sax and trumpet. For more info visit:

Friday 30 August 2002

Dashboard to release live album

After impressing us all at the Carling Festivals, Dashboard Confessional will release their MTV Unplugged session on CD and DVD on November 19. The release is one package, so you get 2 for the price of 1.

Bowling for Emily

Bowling For Soup will release the track ‘Emily’ as the second single from their new record, ‘Drunk Enough To Dance’. For anyone who hasn’t bought the record, it’s probably the best song on it…

NFG tell the story so far

From the Drive Thru newsletter: The first ever New Found Glory DVD will be hitting stores everywhere on October 15th! It’s called ‘The Story So Far‘ and it’ll contain enough stuff to keep you busy for hours. In addition to

Allister are so overrated

Allister‘s long awaited album, ‘Last Stop Suburbia,’ is set to be released on October 8, and the band have released their first MP3 as a taster. Head on over to their page to download the brand new song, ‘Overrated’ here: