Drive Like Jehu is reuniting for a free gig in their hometown of San Diego at the end of the month. While the band put out just two albums during their short career (1991's self-titled debut and 1994's Yank Crime), both remain highly influential in the post-hardcore and indie rock movements that followed. Drive Like Jehu just launched a bare-bones website for the free, all ages show on August 31st at Balboa Park. According to Swami Records (John Reis' label), the band will play "a short set accompanied by San Diego Civic organist Dr. Carol Williams." So far, the San Diego show is the only tour date announced. We've heard a full tour is in the works, though, so if you don't make it to see Drive Like Jehu at Balboa Park, chances are they'll be heading your way soon!
This year marks the 10th Anniversary of Bayside’s album, Killing Time. To celebrate the occasion, Vannen has teamed up with the guys to produce a limited edition, autographed timepiece... and it's available for pre-order right now at baysidestuff.com
The new special edition Adolescents black variant Vannen is limited to 100 pieces and available now at Adolescents.Shop for $65. As a bonus, select orders will be chosen at random to receive autographed packaging signed by Tony Reflex. Good luck!