The songs featured on the band’s 11th studio album — their first with original frontman and Punk Rock Dad Jim Lindberg since he left the band in 2009 — have been lying around for 25 years. Listen to them now.
Pennywise will release their 11th studio album, Yesterdays, on July 15 via Epitaph Records with Jim Lindberg returning as the lead vocalist.
It’s right in line band’s patented cynical yet pro-American mantra, with lyrics like “Raise up the flagpole till ya shoot it down/ Salute that flag now better safe than sound.” It shows a band torn between love and hate for the good ‘ol US of A.
Neci got to chat with Rome from Sublime with Rome. Needless to say she’s pumped for Sublime with Rome to come to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor at Pier 6 Pavilion on July 17th.
One of North American’s biggest rock festivals is surprisingly not in the U.S.
Fletcher Dragge and Jim Lindberg made a surprise visit to KROQ Los Angeles’ Kevin & Bean Show to announce the band’s reuniting and a celebratory show in January. “We’re happy to announce that Jim is […]
In early July, Pennywise frontman, Zoli Teglas injured his back during a performance in Germany. The pain was severe enough to drop the singer to his knees and send him straight to the hospital for […]