Why did you decide to name your band Throwing Up?
I don’t know. It just sounded cool. It’s not like we’re all bulimic or anything like that.
You guys haven't been round that long right? What have been the coolest bits so far?
We are seven months old. Playing Texas has been the highlight so far. We played a series of random house shows in the middle of nowhere.
Can you describe your sound for us? Are people allowed to call you grunge?
John Prescott after three curries. Sometimes it’s like lalallalalderdumderdum then other times it's like wahhhwahhhahararlarrargh.
I was way too drunk to remember your set at Primavera this year. How did it go?
We don't remember it either. Felt good at the time. Felt bad when we woke up. Now they won't return our calls...
Finally, can you solve this burning issue for us. Who's cooler, Dexter Holland or Billy Joe Armstrong?
This is quite hard actually. We’ve been playing some Offspring covers recently, but, basically Dexter is too much of a bro and Billy’s much more punk. So yeah, Billy. 100% Billy. Unanimous.
interview taken from spoonfed
It's a saturday afternoon, mid summer, and of course its raining. I flip on the telly ( i don't wrestle with jimmy) and a Bond movie is on 'Goldfinger'. Which leads me to the below videos. I am sure if you ever played the Tony Hawk's playstation game you won't be able to listen to more than 10 seconds of superman.enjoy.
This is going to be BIG.
The best thing about nofx live is always the between song banter.
Pretty funny article from the guardian about pop punk revival....
It's Thursday night in a packed London basement and sweaty people are going wild. Revellers hang from the ceiling, the DJ is wearing a backwards baseball cap and air-guitaring, and almost everyone in the room is shouting out the final lines to Jimmy Eat World's 2001 hit The Middle. No, this isn't a Hot Tub Time Machine-gone-90s moment but Say It Ain't So, a London party named after a Weezer song specialising in pop-punk and grunge. Ahhhh, the rad stench of nostalgia.