MxPx To Headline Furnace Fest 2023 with Turnstile, Bane, and Pennywise


MxPx is gearing up for a busy 2023! Today, the band announced they will be headlining Furnace Fest in Birmingham, AL this Fall, closing the first night on September 22, 2023. Other headliners on the fest include Turnstile, Bane, and Pennywise. With new music on the way, the band plans to be making more appearances this year, including the highly raved-about When We Were Young Festival in 2023 alongside Blink-182 and Green Day (now with an additional day).

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Alcoa Book Upcoming North American Tour Dates

Alcoa. Photo Credit: Nick DiNatale

Alcoa. Photo Credit: Nick DiNatale

Derek Archambault of Alcoa is about to embark on a string of upcoming North American shows. They are touring in support of Parlour Tricks, out now via Bridge9 Records. Stream “Dolled Up” here.

Mar 05: DV8—Providence, RI
Mar 06: Fulton St. Arts Co-op—Lancaster, PA
Mar 07: California Brew House—Rochester, NY
Mar 08: Parts & Labour—Toronto, ON
Mar 09: Mac’s Bar—Lansing, MI
Mar 10: Smiling Moose—Pittsburgh, PA
Mar 11: Barbary—Philadelphia, PA
Mar 12: Gamechangerworld—Freehold, NJ
Mar 13: Webster Hall—New York, NY
Mar 14: Amityville Music Hall—Amityville, NY
Mar 15: Middle East—Boston, MA
Mar 22: 3S Art Space—Portsmouth, NH **RECORD RELEASE SHOW**
May 03: Academy 2 Islington—London (UK)
May 04: Underground—Koln (DE)
May 05: Juha West—Stuttgart (DE)
May 06: Conne Island – Leipzig (DE)
May 16: Oceanfront Skate & Surf Fest—Asbury Park, NJ

Alcoa Streaming “All Dolled Up”


Alcoa is streaming “All Dolled Up” off their new album Parlour Tricks, out February 24, 2015 via Bridge Nine Records, here.

The record comes following Derek Archambault needing hip replacement surgery and raising funds via PledgeMusic, which also resulted in the recently released covers EP Thank You.

They are scheduled to support Porch Steps on an upcoming February tour.

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Alcoa Touring With Front Porch Step, Have Mercy, etc; Parlour Tricks Out In February

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Alcoa’s Parlour Tricks will be out on February 24, 2015 via Bridge Nine Records. They will be out on their first ever US tour supporting Porch Step.

Alcoa dates w/ Front Porch Step, Have Mercy, Head North, Brigades [2/24-3/8], Hotel Books [3/10-3/18]:
Feb 17: Smiling Moose – Pittsburgh, PA
Feb 18: Subterranean – Chicago, IL
Feb 19: The Pike Room at The Crofoot – Pontiac, MI
Feb 20: Mac’s Bar – Lansing, MI
Feb 21: Hard Luck – Toronto, ON
Feb 22: La Vitrola – Montreal, QC
Feb 24: The Sinclair – Cambridge, MA
Feb 25: The Space – Hamden, CT
Feb 26: The Barbary – Philadelphia, PA
Feb 27: GameChangerWorld – Freehold, NJ
Feb 28: The Studio at Webster Hall – New York, NY
Mar 01: Ottobar – Baltimore, MD
Mar 03: Broadberry – Richmond, VA
Mar 04: Visulate Theatre – Charlotte, NC
Mar 05: Vinyl – Atlanta, GA
Mar 06: 1904 Music Hall – Jacksonville, FL
Mar 07: Backbooth – Orlando, FL
Mar 08: Epic Problem – Tampa, FL
Mar 10: Firebird – St. Louis, MO
Mar 11: Marquis Theater – Denver, CO
Mar 13: Bottom of the Hill – San Francisco, CA
Mar 14: Strummers – Fresno, CA
Mar 15: The Roxy – Los Angeles, CA
Mar 16: Chain Reaction – Anaheim, CA
Mar 17: Nile Half House – Mesa, AZ
Mar 18: Duke City Sound Stage – Albuquerque, NM
Mar 21: Woodland Tavern – Columbus, OH
Mar 22: Grog Shop – Cleveland Heights, OH

Alcoa Releasing Thank You EP via Bridge9, Pledgemusic For Frontman’s Medical Issues


Alcoa’s forthcoming EP Thank You will be out via Bridge9 on December 2, 2014 on 12” vinyl. Due to frontman Derek Archambault needing a hip replacement,after dealing with pain and immobility in his hip and left leg, all future touring plans for both Defeater and Alcoa will be on hold. A Pledgemusic campaign was put together by fans for help and managing a successful fundraising project, offering a number of rewards in return. This EP was one of the rewards, featuring various covers from within punk and hardcore.

Thank You EP track listing:
1. Shambles [originally by Make Do and Mend]
2. Young Kerouacs [originally by I Am the Avalanche]
3. Stations [originally by Blacklisted]
4. Who’s Gonna Carry You Home? [originally by Elder Brother]
5. I Don’t Mind [originally by Defeater]

Archambault is currently recovering from his recent surgery and is currently recording a new full-length album with Alcoa.