News

X Fest September 17th!

The band will be hittin' Idaho OLD SKOOL style when they pull up in their van!
Yup, no lost equipment this time! They are carrying it all in themselves!
Get your tickets NOW!!!
X-FEST 2005 Event Date: 9/17/2005 Doors Open: 2:00 PM Show Starts: 9:00 PM Venue: IDAHO CENTER Tickets Prices: $15.00 On-Sale Date: 9/1/2005 10:00 AM Buy Tickets Now On-line sales for this event will stop approximately one hour before the event.

Tom interviewed by Fanscape

Check out a cool INTERVIEW Tom did with Fanscape recently!

MxPx B Side "Broken Heart's Disease" on new compilation!

Check out the "Protect: A Benefit For The National Association To Protect Children" comp! It's due out on October 18th, 2005! Not only does it have a great song by MxPx that's really hard to find (only available on the Japan import of PANIC so far...) but it's for a great cause as well!

PROTECT

IMPORTANT Warped news...

Going to see MxPx on 8/15/2005 in Northampton, MA?
GET THERE EARLY!!! The guys will be playing fairly early so they can fly out as soon as their set is done.
Get to the merch booth early as well... they will be leaving with the band, so they will be cutting their day short as well!
We're not sure when the guys hit the stage, but just to make sure, get there as early as you can.
Thanks! And represent for the rest of us!

New Feature Added!

Thanks to everyone for sending your tattoo pics for our new "your ink" section located under the "Get Involved" menu. If you have a tattoo of MxPx and want to see it posted on the site you can submit it to: fandropbox@mxpx.com

MxPx on Fuse Wednesday

 This Wednesday ( 8/10) Fuse willl be offering a free download of MXPX performing their most recent hit "heard that sound" recorded live at the Vans Warped Tour. Watch Daily Download @ 6pm edt on Fuse and go to www.fuse.tv/dailydownloadto download the exclusive performance

Warped Wednesday

Tune in for a special Warped Wednesday edition of Steven's Untitled
Rock Show this Wednesday - August 3rd - at 4pm & 10pm EST. This
week we are bringing you interviews with The Offspring, MXPX,
Dropkick Murphys and Bleed the Dream from our stint on Warped Tour
in California earlier this summer.
Be sure to click here to find Fuse on your cable system.

Warped in the News Again

Here's an article from Metro Times in Detroit:
Blow Up the Mall

Infuze Magazine review

You can view the review here if you like, but if you don't want to sign up, read it here:

MxPx: Panic

.the maturity that fans have long awaited.
Panic is the perfect title for this album. The band has talked a lot lately about how they realized they were going to fade away if they weren't careful and the album title is a reflection of that feeling. For me it meant the feeling that swelled inside me when I knew I'd have to review this album. Like many others my age, I have sentimental attachments to Pokinatcha and Teenage Politics but, and let's all be honest, since I'm not a teenager anymore the lyrics don't hold up at all. In fact, I laugh a little when I hear them these days. Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo gave me a lot of hope but they would be dashed again and again over the last decade with each new record. Before Everything and After nearly made me depressed because of how stuck these guys were. So for those of you who felt as I have for the last ten years, breathe deep because this is the MxPx you have been waiting for. It's fresh, it's new, and the lyrics aren't childish. Panic delivers the mature MxPx on a silver platter via new label home, SideOneDummy.
Panic is perhaps most interesting due to the fact that its both the darkest record the band has ever made and the most hopeful. Songs like the old school pop-punk of "Emotional Anarchist," "The Darkest Places," and "Heard that Sound" are classic MxPx. The band sounds completely re-invigorated leaving behind the staleness that permeated from nearly every song on the last album. One hurdle longtime fans will have to overcome is the fact that, on Panic, MxPx has evolved. The punk and roll of "Get Me Out," "The Story," and "Cold Streets" holds up to even the tightest Bad Religion album. The overt aggression on these songs makes MxPx palatable again to their fans, who are aging right alongside them. You'll find straightforward rock ("Call In Sick"), a low-key rock ballad ("This Weekend"), and plenty more that will catch you off guard on this album. Believe it or not, but Panic is actually unpredictable.

For all the raving I'm doing here, I should point out that not every song is good. It's really easy to get excited about this record though if you've been rooting for this band to step up. However, there is more than enough here to blow you away no matter if you are a fan of the bands classic pop-punk style or the band's previous masterpiece, Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo. Everything finally comes together on this one and, for the first time, the band sounds like they mean business.

Tour Dates

Event Date Location
09/20/2014 Mike Herrera solo - Music 4 Cancer Fest
Le Montecristo - Sainte-Thérèse, Quebec
10/01/2014 Brighton Music Hall
Boston, MA
10/02/2014 Gramercy Theatre
New York, NY
10/03/2014 The Black Cat
Washington, D.C.
10/04/2014 Altar Bar
Pittsburgh, PA
10/05/2014 The Waiting Room
Buffalo, NY
10/07/2014 Lee's Palace
Toronto, ON
10/08/2014 The Magic Stick
Detroit, MI
10/09/2014 The Southgate House
Cincinnati, OH
10/10/2014 The Firebird
St. Louis, MO
10/11/2014 Mojoes
Joliet, IL

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