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From Thursday 29 December 2005

This is what I do on my days off

I have started re-writing the Punktastic Recordings myspace page – if you haven’t already, add us at We also now have a purevolume page where you will be able to hear brand new songs by our bands. Check it out at

It’s so hot off the press even I don’t have a copy

Remember you can get your copy of the new Milk2Sugars EP at

Weezer start new DVD

Taken from “Weezer have begun assembling a live DVD for release sometime in 2006. A message on the band’s website has stated that the DVD will contain, “a 2-day, 7-camera shoot of the shows, plus material that will be drawn from various ‘behind the


The Fall of Troy return to the UK in March. Dates to follow…

Don’t worry, this one’s not about you

Revelation Records has signed Richmond, Virgina’s Down To Nothing.

I don’t like it when you don’t talk to me

Submitted by Will: “There’s been a change to the death cab date in Portsmouth at the Wedgewood Rooms. It’s been upgraded to the Portsmouth Pyramids. Tickets already bought are still valid and it seems to be still on sale.”

Wednesday 28 December 2005

Epitaph release videos purely for the Sony PSP

Epitaph records now releases their videos in PSP format. Click on any video link on their website and there’s a little PSP icon along side the other video formats. To see more, click the video section here.

Give It A name dates and venues revealed!

Punktastic can reveal that this years Give It A Name Festival will be held on April 29 and 30 with two days at London’s Earls Court and two days at the Manchester MEN Arena. We will be revealing the line up in the coming weeks so stay

MLIW dates

Modern Life Is War tour dates: January 30, 2006 Cardiff UK Clwb ifor Bach January 31, 2006 Sheffield UK DnR February 1, 2006 Nottingham UK Old Angel February 2, 2006 Manchester UK Star and Garter February 3, 2006 Leeds UK Josephs Well February 4, 2006 London UK Barfly

Punk rock dad

Taken from “Jim Lindberg, of Pennywise has recently signed a deal with HarperCollins to write a book about parenting. The frontman, who has three children, is planning to take on the subject from his own perspective, with a working title of Punk Rock Dad. Lindberg, who