Descendents have announced three shows in Japan and one in Hawaii.
Descendents have announced some new tour dates.
Travis Barker’s Musink will return to the OC Fair & Convention Center in Costa Mesa on Friday, March 16th through Sunday, March 18th. You can find the lineup below.
Stephen Egerton of the Descendents is the latest guest on Mike Herrera’s podcast.
Descendents have released a video for “Without Love.”
The Descendents have released the new single “Who We Are” on Spotify and Apple Music.
Descendents will be releasing a special edition 20th anniversary version of Everything Sucks on vinyl on May 5th. Pre-orders are now up.
Descendents have announced some more tour dates. They’re below.
Descendents have released a new video for “No Fat Burger.”
Descendents have released a video for “Full Circle.”
Descendents have released their new video for “On Paper.”
The Descendents have teamed up with Mikkeller Brewery to create “Feel This,” a coffee IPA named after a song from their latest album Hypercaffium Spazzinate.
“Having grown up in the punk rock and skate punk scene, it was an honor to be given the opportunity to create a beer for the Descendents to celebrate their recently released album,” said Bill Batten, Mikkeller SD Brew Master). “While doing this collaboration we got an opportunity to meet the Dark Matter boys and learn about their coffee process. Using their roasting profiles, in combination with our passion for hop-forward IPA’s, we were able to create a special beer as unique as the band.”
Descendents have released their new video for “Feel This.”
12 year old Elliott Fullam sat down to interview the Descendents.
Descendents have released their video for “Shameless Halo.”
Descendents have released a live video for “Testosterone.”
Descendents’ new album, Hypercaffium Spazzinate, can be streamed at NPR. The album comes out next week.
Descendents are streaming their new song “Without Love” from their upcoming album Hypercaffium Spazzinate. The album is due on July 29th via Epitaph Records.
Hank Shteamer interviews the Descendents for Rolling Stone:
During Descendents’ June visit to RS, it quickly became apparent that the band is much more than an escapist outlet for these four men in their early fifties. “I think there’s quite a bit on the record that’s kind of unflinchingly looking at getting older,” the heavily tattooed, gruff-voiced Alvarez says of Hypercaffium. “And it’s nice because I think a lot of rock bands aren’t very honest about that; they all want to exist in some universe where they’re perpetually between the ages of 21 and 35. We’re codgers; we’re not afraid to admit it.”