Tag: Officer Negative

September 17, 2021

Thumper Punk Records Drops "Covering Legends"

Today, Thumper Punk Records released a video/audio of a project titled “Covering Legends”. The video features punk artists from various bands (see below) covering  Officer Negatives “Don’t Turn Away”, Dogwood’s “Feel the Burn”, and The Crucified’s “Your Image”. Check out the video below and get the download, available HERE. Officer Negative – Don’t Turn Away Jet Wilson of CPR (vocals) Peter118 (vocals) Albert Padilla of Reliance AZ (guitar) David Robledo of The Hoax / Heart Like War (bass) Aaron Wells of True Liberty Dogwood – Feel The Burn Sef Idle of False Idle / uniSEF / The B-Listers (vocals and guitar) Ron Ruhs (guitar) Luis Carlos Medeiros Jr.… Continued →

February 21, 2021

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September 27, 2020

Officer Negative "Dead To The World" Gets Vinyl Treatment

For the first time in over 20 years, Officer Negative “Dead To The World” gets the vinyl treatment. Officer Negative’s 1998 debut full length on Screaming Giant Records has been meticulously remastered for vinyl with recreated art from the original photos, drawings, and graphics that inspired the original release. I had a hand in sharing this band with Screaming Giant Records founder, Kendall Nadeau, all the way back in 1996/1997 through their very early demos.… Continued →

June 14, 2020

Resurrected Vinyl to Press Officer Negative "Dead To The World" for First Time on Vinyl

That’s right friends, somebody has FINALLY been able to make this awesome release happen. Officer Negative’s classic late 90’s punk debut, “Dead to the World”, which released on Screaming Giant Records as their break through artist, is coming to Vinyl. Resurrected Vinyl just got in their test pressings and you can view it here as well as follow them.… Continued →

May 14, 2020

May 4, 2012

Officer Negative - End of the Beginning

Today’s Video Flashback is from Officer Negative. The first video is “End of the Beginning” (1996 Screaming Giant Records). The second video is from their recent reunion show last summer at The Stronghold. The quality on the Screaming Giant music videos were always kind of lo-fi since they were filmed in house by the G-Rock crew.… Continued →