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Five Iron Frenzy have announced a special up close and personal show at the Chain Reaction venue in Anaheim, CA. on July 23rd. So if you’re lucky, you could see them 3 days in a row! (with the other two sold out shows taking place at The Observatory July 24th/25th). Tickets go on sale Friday at 10am. Mike Herrera & Friends will join them as special guests. View the show poster, below. …continue reading
May Weather have released the music video for their song “Truth or Dare” off of their upcoming album Spring Forward! The single will be available on iTunes on June 16th, and their album is set to release later this summer. Fans of artists such as Relient K, Five Iron Frenzy, and Blood and Water will definitely want to check it out!
Five Iron Frenzy, MxPx, and Slick Shoes Show – Night Two Sold Out, Night One Tickets Still Available
I have finally returned from my vacation (with the family) to Kauai, Hawaii where we spent a good amount of time in the sun having fun. It was a glorious trip and one full of memories that our little ones will treasure for a lifetime. Heck, I even got a tan lol. So with that said, here is some news for ya. The upcoming Five Iron Frenzy, MxPx, and Slick Shoes shows at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA. on July 24th/25th has sold out Saturday Night with Friday Night nearing sell out status. I urge you folks who live near or who are planning on flying/driving in for the show to buy your tickets for Friday ASAP. I’ve got mine and I wanna get into the crowd, I wanna hear it played real loud :) …continue reading
Lists are a fickle thing. Some people love them, some people hate them, but everybody reads em. Relevant Magazine’s website recently made such a list about “Christian Pop-Punk’s Glory Days”. Check out this link to see their opinion on the scene’s best music from the late 90’s through the early aughts. Do you agree with their listing? What about the “peak point” of each artist?
Slick Shoes has posted a message on Facebook for all of their fans that are in anticipation for future plans. Check it out below. In related news, Mike Herrera of MxPx posted a video informing fans that tickets are selling fast for the punk trio concert on July 24th & 25th at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA. …continue reading
Murray Hill Theatre in Jacksonville, FL are celebrating their 20th anniversary with a 2-day fest. We previously mentioned that Bleach was reuniting for an event & this is it. Other bands for day 1 are Five Iron Frenzy, House Of Heroes, & My Epic. Day 2 features John Mark McMillan, Bellarive, & Ascend The Hill. Details can be found here.
Five Iron Frenzy have announced two dates (so far?) with Mxpx for this March. You can see the dates/posters, below. Anyone going to catch these shows? Let’s hope they take this on the road. Tickets will go on sale this Friday. …continue reading
In honor of Five Iron Frenzy Day yesterday (the day of their breakup back in 2003), the band has posted a new music video. The video is for the great punk with horns track “So Far” and can be seen below. The band’s latest album “Engine of a Million Plots” is available now wherever fine music is sold. Also, head to their webstore here for some awesome merch and special deals. …continue reading
Five Iron Frenzy have been explaining the meaning behind songs on their latest album Engine of a Million Plots. They’re on the seventh song and it’s “Against A Sea Of Troubles”. The band actually released a disclaimer before they started these posts which you can find here.
Five Iron Frenzy have debuted their new video for “Battle Dancing Unicorns [With Glitter]” over on JesusFreakHideout. The site also has a new interview with Leanor. You can also watch the video below. …continue reading
Five Iron Frenzy have debuted their new music video for “Into Your Veins” on Absolutepunk where there is also a short interview with drummer Andy Verdecchio. You can also watch the video below. …continue reading
Get Five Iron Frenzy’s 2013 comeback release, “Engine of a Million Plots” for only $5.00 on Amazon (Digital) right now here. Sale will last until March 15th. If you prefer the CD, Amazon has it for just $8.00 at the same link. CD includes digital download. The band also has a bunch of great new merch available in their online store including Windbreakers, Dickies Jackets, Hats, Patches, and new Tshirt Designs. …continue reading …
Check out this brand new edition of the Indiebendent Music Podcast with Leanor from Five Iron Frenzy. They have quite a few other great podcasts from the year before right here so make sure you check these out.
Five Iron Frenzy have marked down their new album “Engine of a Million Plots” to just $7.99 on iTunes. In addition, the band has posted a special 25% off sale in their online store for all items. Use the code: FROSTNOTHAW
The new Five Iron Frenzy album “Engine of a Million Plots” is officially out today and available through both iTunes and Amazon. The album is currently sitting at #5 on the “Rock” iTunes Charts (right above Pearl Jam and Nickelback). What did you pick up today and what did you think of the new FIF?
Five Iron Frenzy returns after ten years “in the grave,” but is this the comeback album fans are hoping for? Read on to find out. …continue reading
10 Years ago today they broke up, 2 years ago on this day they reunited, and today we get to listen to their new album Engine of a Million Plots on Spotify! Click here to stream this most anticipated comeback release. Take a listen to the album and let us know your first thoughts below.
Five Iron Frenzy will release their new (comeback) album “Engine of a Million Plots” on November 26th 2013. This release is the first new music from the band in over 10 years! Album is available on CD and Vinyl right here from the band’s webstore. You can also pre-order via iTunes here. …continue reading
Five Iron Frenzy have teamed up with Alt Press to unveil their first new music video in over 10 years. The video is for the song “Zen and the Art of Xenophobia”. View the video below or right here at Alt Press. Their new album “Engine of a Million Plots” is out November 26th and available for pre-order here. …continue reading
HM Magazine have launched their November Issue online for free right here. This issue features Impending Doom, Living Sacrifice, Stryper, and an article on Five Iron Frenzy written by our former staff member/writer Eric Pettersson. Check it all out here.
You can now officially pre-order the new Five Iron Frenzy album “Engine of a Million Plots” right here. We hear that there is a free song download for those of you that pre-order the album. Check out a special video from the band, below. …continue reading
Check out the first new song “Into Your Veins” from the upcoming Five Iron Frenzy album, “Engine of a Million Plots”, due out November 26th. Pre-sales go live on October 29th. You can buy this single on iTunes / Amazon. …continue reading
Five Iron Frenzy have added a few dates to their November run of shows. Click here to see where and when. The band’s first new album in 10 years, “Engine of a Million Plots” will release on November 26th.
Five Iron Frenzy are making it official, “Engine of a Million Plots” their new album will release on November 26th. The album features 11 new tracks and a remixed/remastered version of “It Was a Dark and Stormy Night”. View the album artwork right here at the official FIF site. They have also teased that their back catalog will get the vinyl treatment as well. Catch the band on a run of dates with Reel Big Fish in November. …continue reading …
I will be interviewing some members of Five Iron Frenzy soon through email and I need your questions. Please post them below and and touch on any subject you would like. The new album “Engine of a Million Plots” is out November 26th. It’s an album worthy of a listen and sure to win over even the most skeptical of fans. It’s not what you would expect. A wiser, more mature, and ticked off rock band with horns. Darker content …continue reading …
Five Iron Frenzy have posted some tour dates for the upcoming Reel Big Fish Tour along with a spot date in Oklahoma on November 23rd. View full dates here. Check out the tour poster, below. Five Iron Frenzy’s new album, “The Engine of a Million Plots” will release on November 26th. …continue reading
According to this interview, the title of Five Iron Frenzy’s new album will be “The Engine of a Million Plots”. The album will release on November 26th. This very informative interview with Jeff the Girl (Leanor) details a lot about the band’s past, present, and future. Where they’ve been and where they plan to go with this new album. You can catch the band in Houston, Texas tomorrow night and Pomona, CA. at The Glasshouse on October …continue reading …
All you Texas/South West fans take note, legendary ska/punk/rock band Five Iron Frenzy, will be heading your way on September 20th and 21st. Details/Locations below. Also in case you missed it, the new album from Five Iron Frenzy will be released on November 26th. Prepare! …continue reading
Five Iron Frenzy have finished recording their new album and now it’s off to mastering. The band plans to release it later this year but release date has not been announced yet. Soon, friends. …continue reading
Five Iron Frenzy have added a few dates for a West Coast run in August. August 9th in Portland at Wonder Ballroom and August 10th in Seattle at Showbox. Any of our readers going to a show or two of Five Iron Frenzy this summer?
Five Iron Frenzy will be playing a special event this August in Denver, Colorado catered especially to fans of the group called “FrenzyCon”. Similar to ComicCon except with Five Iron Frenzy nerds ;) I say that sarcastically and no insult to FIF fans, I’m one myself. So check out FrenzyCon right here and get the party started this August in Denver.
Five Iron Frenzy have added more dates to their 2013 concert schedule. Check them out right here. Club Nokia on June 7th!! Yes!!
Five Iron Frenzy announces new round of dates for 2013. They’ll be stopping in cities in states like Georgia, Florida, Ohio, New York City, and Pennsylvania. For dates and to see the new FIF website, click here.
A few weeks ago I was browsing through the used section of my local record store and was thrilled to see a whole bunch of old school Christian “punk” CDs. For $3 or $4 each, I got albums by The Insyderz, Twothirtyeight, Value-Pac, Ill Harmonics, and Pedro the Lion. Listening to each of these compelled me to pull out other records that I’ve had for years: Five Iron Frenzy, The OC Supertones, MxPx, Brave Saint Saturn, and more. Even though …continue reading …
Check out this pretty cool article on Five Iron Frenzy over at Relevant Magazine. “Among those speculating was Leanor Ortega—known to Five Iron fans as “Jeff the Girl,” the band’s lone female and saxophonist. When she was at alternative Christian music shindig Cornerstone, she was approached by fans who asked if there was any truth to the rumors. “She thought she was talking off-the-record,” Roper says. “She was like, ‘Yeah, we talk about it quite a bit. We’re thinking about it, maybe.’ And it got printed on some guy’s blog that we were getting back together.” Hmm, I wonder who’s “blog” that happened to be? Speaking of Five Iron Frenzy, they recently played a few NEW songs live at their NYE show, two of which you can check out below. Thoughts? …continue reading