So, what are people flipping out about this week in the NHL? Its not the red line returning to the game, concussions, Sidney Crosby (ok, maybe a little bit about Crosby), or any of the usual suspects. Right now fans around the league are all bent out of shape about the possible return of Alexander Radulov to the NHL and the Nashville Predators. As a heads up, this piece will not address locker room chemistry, what Radulov would add, or anything like that.
This week Dan from Pass It To Bulis joins us to discuss the Canucks. Peter starts ranting about Don Cherry and then it progresses into a conversation about nationalism in sports. Other topics include: Patrick Stump's blog post and Brendan Kelly's response, Riot Grrrl and the Hawks/Canucks rivarly
SoCal punk stalwarts Pennywise finally have premiered a song from the post-Jim Lindbergh era over at KROQ. The song is called 'All or Nothing' and apparently is the title track for the record slated for release May 1st. The interesting news from the story is that the record will be released on longtime home, Epitaph Records, after the last record was put out as an experiment with (the now dead) Myspace Records.
Pennywise has never has wavered from their formula, it remains to be seen if Zoli can inject some life back in a band that had its glory days in the mid-90s. Decide for yourself and listen to 'All or Nothing' here.
Recent Paper+Plastick signees, Break Anchor, have debuted A Failure of Epic Proportions, the first video of their upcoming 7", Blackhearts & Blackouts. The record will be released March 20th. You can read more from P+P label head Vinnie Fiorello and Break Anchor's Jay Navarro over at AMP Magazine.
The video can be seen here.