NOFX To Break Up After 2023 Officially Confirmed
NOFX, the Los Angeles punk group known for their hit singles ‘Linoleum’ and ‘Don’t Call Me,’ will be a band until 2023. On Wednesday, the frontman released a Fat Mike comments in the comments section of the post on his Instagram page. A puzzled fan asked the bassist why NOFX does so little in Canada. The fan responded, however, perhaps not as expected. The truth is, We love Canada, just one year from now and last year, replied NOFX front man Fat Mike, whose real name is Michael John Burkett.
Our final presentations will be announced. It was an amazing run. That run began in 1983 with Fat Mike, singer Eric Melvin and drummer Erik Sandin as the band’s original members. In 1991 Aaron El Hefe Abeyta joined the band NOFX as lead singer and trumpet player. Responding to a different message on his Instagram post, the former Fat Mike said, Los Angeles is the last place we will play. Where we start is where we end.
NOFX has yet to release an official announcement about the impending breakup, however, Rolling Stone confirmed the news. The group released its first record, ‘Thalidomide Child,’ in 1984, and its self-titled debut EP dropped a year after the fact. NOFX’s first album titled, ‘Liberal Animation,’ came out in 1988 with songs, for example, ‘Beer Bong’ and ‘Shut Up already.’ The second album was ‘S&M Airlines,’ released in 1989.
LA Punk Band NOFX Set To Release In 2023 After 40 Years
NOFX will be leaving a year from now, Fat Mike’s story revealed. The Los Angeles punk-rock group, formed in 1983, released their fourteenth and new record titled ‘Single Album’ in February 2021. This summer the group has been named to their own Punk In Drublic celebration across Europe and North America. Both editions of Slam Dunk 2021 were also played in Leeds and Hatfield last September.
In response to a comment on one of his recent Instagram posts, Fat Mike wrote next year from now [NOFX’s] last year. We report our final presentations. It was an amazing run. The story came about after a student asked Fat Mike why the band came to Canada to play shows. After fans commented, another user asked if NOFX would perform in LA before leaving. Fat Mike replied that Los Angeles was the last place we would play. Where it begins is where it ends.
NOFX’s final year will mark the band’s 40th anniversary. Fat Mike and friends’ run in celebration of their Punk In Drublic tour is scheduled to end in Asbury Park, New Jersey on October 2. The ‘Single Album’ was originally planned as a double record, however the COVID pandemic changed NOFX’s plans. When you write a double album, you write in a random way, Mike explained earlier. I composed a variety of songs, and some fun songs, however, you have to make a double album to be beautiful enough to focus on the whole way. I wanted to make a good double album, and I didn’t make it. So I chose to make a single album, then the title.
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