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Cali punks Ceremony already made a ridiculously fun album this year with Zoo, and now they're teaming up with Titus Andronicus for a massive fall tour, which would be the punk rock tour of the year…   Read Story »
Last month, the great Jersey punkers Titus Andronicus announced the impending release of Local Business, their third album. And this morning, they're hitting us with a lyric video for the album track…   Read Story »
Hard to believe we've been listening to Titus Andronicus's outstanding The Monitor for more than two years now. And yeah, the band has kept us (and themselves) occupied covering everyone from X-Ray…   Read Story »
For no particular reason, the Brooklyn trio Dinowalrus have corralled a buddy of theirs, Titus Andronicus frontman Patrick Stickles, into helping them out on a cover of the Rolling Stones classic…   Read Story »
Permanent Wave is a new benefit tribute compilation dedicated to the legendarily unhinged first-wave British punk band X-Ray Spex. On the compilation, Titus Andronicus reunite with Amy Klein, who…   Read Story »
When they played SXSW last week, Titus Andronicus announced that they'd brought something extra with them: A CDR mixtape, limited to 200 copies, that collected a whole bunch of the band's random…   Read Story »
Titus Andronicus seems to be back in the swing, debuting some new songs on WFMU and on the road. Titus's Twitter pointed to a live clip from the 3/4 Asbury Park show at the Stone Pony which features…   Read Story »
Last night, Titus Andronicus frontman Patrick Stickles appeared on Tom Scharpling's The Best Show marathon on WFMU to premiere the band's new single allegedly called "Upon Viewing Oregon’s…   Read Story »
Self-titled albums are one thing. But when a band names one of its songs after itself -- or, alternately, when a band names itself after one of its songs -- it's a pretty big deal. The song itself…   Read Story »
The latest aboard the "Video Games" cover bandwagon is Titus Andronicus' now-beardless (!!!) Patrick Stickles, who recorded the cover in his parent's living room earlier today. Does the fact that…   Read Story »