NOFX Recruit Slightly Stoopid, Fishbone, Etc. For Upcoming Livestream Concert

NOFX have announced a special “Weekend at Fatty’s” livestream concert. The event will take place on September 19 and it will find the band performing “White Trash, Two Heebs And A Bean” in full. They will also be joined by a number of special guests including Slightly Stoopid, Fishbone, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, and Get Dead. Laura Jane Grace (Against Me!), members of Avenged Sevenfold, comedians, and graffiti artists will also take part. Tickets can be found HERE. NOFX commented:

“Tickets are on sale now for you to see NOFX perform their album, White Trash Two Heebs and a Bean, in its entirety for the first time ever! Catch them virtually from Fat Mike’s backyard on September 19th at 2 PM PST. Grab an all-access VIP pass to hang with the band after their performance as cameras roll well into the night. You’ll be treated to a trove of guests, performers, comedy, campfire stories, and more!”

NOFX Release “The Decline Live At Red Rocks”

NOFX have released a new live EP titled “The Decline Live at Red Rocks.” The effort was recorded during the band’s August 25, 2019 set at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO in which they performed “The Decline” in full with Baz’s Orchestra. You can watch the performance below and find it in digital outlets now. The EP will also receive a vinyl release on August 7.

NOFX Premiere Video For Acoustic Version Of “Just The Flu”

NOFX have premiered a video for their new acoustic version of “Just The Flu.” The band commented:

“Back by popular demand. A new song from 29 years ago! The second of many free videos we’re releasing while everyone is stuck at home.”

NOFX Premiere “I Love You More Than I Hate Me” Video

Since virtually everyone is stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, Fat Mike has decided to start releasing new songs form NOFX’s upcoming album early. A video for the first of these new tracks, “I Love You More Than I Hate Me,” can be found below:

NOFX Premiere New Song “Fish In A Gun Barrel”

NOFX have premiered a new song titled “Fish In A Gun Barrel.” The track takes on gun violence in America and proceeds from it will go towards the Moms Demand Action group. In the introduction for the song, Fat Mike revealed that it was written in 2016, prior to their infamous joke about the 2017 Las Vegas shooting.

All Of NOFX’s U.S. Shows Have Been Cancelled Following Las Vegas Shooting Joke

All of NOFX’s scheduled U.S. shows have apparently been cancelled. According to Fat Mike, the band have essentially been banned from large venues in the country due to their infamous Las Vegas shooting joke at the Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival. The group have since apologized for their comments.

Fat Mike said the following:

Fuck it! I’m not supposed to talk about it, but because of the comments we made in Las Vegas… every NOFX show has been cancelled in the US. We did not drop off the shows…. we were told that NOFX is not welcome to play ANY big venue in the United States. No joke! NOFX has effectively been banned in our own country. This is not our choice, but it is our reality. We are very sorry to our fans, especially the ones in Austin. For now, we are playing in Europe, Mexico, and Canada. The Punk in Drublic Festival is still happening in Europe and other continents. I’m trying my best to bring it back to the US but a lot of people don’t want it to happen. It fuckin sucks! We made a mistake, we apologized, and we gotta suffer the consequences. Maybe it ain’t fair, but whoever said life was. We are just very thankful that our fans are being so supportive. Thanks to all of you!!!!! See y’all in Slovenia tomorrow!

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NOFX Issue Apology Following Las Vegas Shooting Remarks

NOFX have officially issued an apology after making a joke about the October 2017 Las Vegas, NV shooting during their set at the Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival. You can read that below. This news comes after the group were dropped from their “Camp Punk In Drublic” festival and after they lost their partnership with Stone Brewing Co.

NOFX’s apology:

“There’s no place here to backpedal. What NOFX said in Vegas was shameful. We crossed the line of civility. We can’t write songs about how people in this world need to be more decent, when we were clearly being indecent. Las Vegas has always been a welcoming city to our band, and to make light of the tragedy that occurred there was egregious.

All members of the band would like to sincerely apologize to anyone who experienced loss from the Vegas shooting 8 months ago, and to anyone who was at our show who lost a loved one or a friend, or who had to witness the incredibly senseless violence that night.

We were asked why we didn’t release an immediate apology. Well, we didn’t feel that we could write a sincere apology without reflecting on the actual damage we had done. No press agent was gonna write this for us. That’s why we have struggled with this for the past few days.

We didn’t plan or intend on saying anything so insensitive. It was off the cuff, but just as hurtful. We won’t blame it on drugs or alcohol or Ambien. That’s too easy. NOFX said it, and we own it. We made a tasteless joke. But to be clear, NOFX does not condone violence against ANY group of people, period!

As sincere as we’ve ever been,
NOFX”

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