Fans of Social Distortion today got another taste of the L.A. punk warriors’ forthcoming ‘Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes’ this week with the premiere of the track ‘California (Hustle and Flow)’ on the L.A. Times’ Pop & Hiss blog.
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After 30 years, Social Distortion finally made their TV debut last night on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!,’ performing new single ‘Machine Gun Blues’ and the classic ‘Story of My Life.’ Watch ’em here.
Los Angeles punk icons Social Distortion today announced that their seventh album — ‘Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes’ — will be released Jan. 18 on Epitaph Records and preceded by the release of first single “Machine Gun Blues” via iTunes on Nov. 9.
Social Distortion’s summer tour isn’t even underway yet and the L.A. rockers already are looking forward to fall, today announcing a 25-date U.S. tour in October and November with cowpunk act Lucero in support of the band’s forthcoming seventh album.
L.A. punk vets Social Distortion — currently in the midst of their first-ever South American tour — today announced initial dates for a summer U.S. tour that includes a slot at the Lollapalooza festival in Chicago’s Grant Park.
After just a year behind the kit, Social Distortion announced Monday that drummer Adam ‘Atom’ Willard — who also plays with blink-182’s Tom DeLonge in Angels & Airwaves — is leaving the long-running L.A. punk act.
Social Distortion frontman Mike Ness recently took a break from recording the band’s follow-up to 2004’s ‘Sex, Love and Rock ‘n’ Roll’ at Hurley Studios in Costa Mesa, Calif., to chat with Hurley’s in-house musician/model Davey Warsop.
With Social Distortion at work on its follow-up to 2004’s Sex, Love and Rock ‘n’ Roll, drummer Adam “Atom” Willard (ex-Rocket From the Crypt) has posted a two-minute clip of footage he filmed of the L.A. punk vets doing a bit of pre-studio rehearsal.
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