MxPx will be doing another Between This World and the Next show on June 4th. Today they’ve shared a performance of “Secret Weapon” to set the stage and whet the appetite. You can find more information and tickets at their website.
Also, if you’re looking for more MxPx content, after I appeared on the Long Live the Music podcast to talk about the band, Mike Herrera himself went on for a follow-up episode. It’s definitely worth your time.
Oh, and I hear more new music from the band may be just around the corner. Read More “MxPx Share Live “Secret Weapon””
I had the chance to join the Long Live the Music podcast to do a deep dive into MxPx. We discussed favorite songs, the band’s legacy, and ranked their discography. I had a lot of fun on this one and think it’s definitely worth your time. (Overcast link.)
This Friday, April 16th the long awaited MxPx single, “Can’t Keep Waiting,” will be available on all streaming platforms. “Can’t Keep Waiting” was first played live on the “Between This World and the Next” series. The fans got to see the song change and take shape every stream until it became what the band will be releasing at the end of the week. Pre-save “Can’t Keep Waiting” on Spotify.
To celebrate the release of “Can’t Keep Waiting,” as well as the sold out vinyl record box set, MxPx has also announced an All Request, Live Show on the internet, slated for April 16th, 2021 at 6:30pm PDT. The event will be streaming for FREE simultaneously on mxpx.com as well as the band’s Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Youtube accounts. Read More “MxPx to Release New Single, Livestream Friday”
MxPx will release “Can’t Keep Waiting” on April 16th and then perform a livestream at 6:30pm PT on YouTube. Read More “MxPx Announce Free Livestream and New Single”
The MxPx vinyl box set is now available for purchase.
MxPx will release a boxset of all ten of their albums on vinyl on March 19th. Read More “MxPx Announce Vinyl Boxset”
MxPx have released a 7″ of their cover of “San Dimas High School Football Rules” and “Salt Lake City.”
MxPx have announced two more livestream dates.
Mike Herrera of MxPx is on the latest Chris DeMakes podcast. (Overcast link.)
Tim McIlrath (Rise Against), Mike Herrera (MxPx), Lou Koller (Sick of it All), Moby, and more contributed to cover of Black Flag’s “Rise Above.” Read More “Members of MxPx, Rise Against, Sick of It All (And Moby) Cover Black Flag”
MxPx have released all thirty quarantine tracks as an album, Life in Quarantine, on all streaming platforms. Read More “MxPx Release ‘Life in Quarantine’”