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Reviews The Kerrang! review: Slam Dunk Festival 2021

All the highlights from Leeds and Hatfield as Slam Dunk 2021 closes festival season in heroic fashion…

Features NOFX's Fat Mike on the disgusting, immortal legacy Of GG Allin

On the anniversary of GG Allin’s death, NOFX’s Fat Mike remembers punk rock’s most repulsive icon.

The News NOFX drop off Punk Rock Bowling after receiving hate messages and threats

Descendents will replace NOFX on the Las Vegas fest due to a backlash over insensitive jokes at the 2018 edition…

The News Slam Dunk Festival announce September 2021 line-up

Slam Dunk have confirmed which bands will be playing this year’s festival – which was recently rescheduled for September.

Features NOFX's Fat Mike: "I fly my freak flag sexually and musically, and punk allows me to do that"

We investigate how NOFX’s hard-partying leader Fat Mike got himself sober and why he believes punk rock will never die.

Reviews Album review: NOFX – Single Album

NOFX return with their first album in five years and get real about life, death, sex and addiction

Features 17 songs about U.S. presidents

We look back over the greatest songs written in, er, honour of the United States’ past commanders in chief…

The News Slam Dunk share update on 2021 event: "We are absolutely determined to not let you go another year without a festival"

The Slam Dunk team state that back-up plans are of course being made and the bands are being consulted with” while they await government guidance for the May event.

Features "Our country is just full of uneducated racist idiots, and that’s crazy": Fat Mike on the state of America

NOFX mainman Fat Mike on what the past four years have taught him about the United States of America

The News NOFX announce new album, unveil lead single Linewleum featuring Avenged Sevenfold

NOFX recruit Avenged Sevenfold and more for their new video, Linewleum (a song inspired by Punk In Drublic opener Linoleum).

Features The 40 best punk albums since Never Mind The Bollocks…

A year-by-year walk through of the 40 best albums since the release of Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols in 1977.

Features 10 Songs With Surprise Twists At The End

Rock like M. Night Shyamalan with these 10 tracks that aren’t quite what they seem…