Nearly precisely two months in the past, Invoice Stevenson and Milo Aukerman of the Descendents joined our Twitch stream for a really particular episode of our weekly rock ‘n roll interview present/remedy session, Noise Air pollution.
Usually, our streams keep on Twitch for the restrict of two weeks after which disappear into the ether, however at present, we introduced again the very particular look by the punk rock legends forward of the discharge of their new album, ninth & Walnut (out July 23 by way of Epitaph Data). The album, which was recorded in each 2002 and 2020, options 18 of the band’s earliest songs from the late Seventies and is the ultimate recording from late guitarist Frank Navetta in addition to a decades-in-the-making reunion with each Navetta and authentic bassist Tony Lombardo.
Within the hour-long Twitch stream, Stevenson and Aukerman talk about all the pieces from ninth & Walnut to the long-lasting “Milo” emblem to 40 years of Milo Goes to School, whereas additionally entering into extra private tidbits corresponding to their musical influences, espresso habit, and Stevenson’s elaborate stretching routine.
Whether or not you watched it the primary time or missed it when it was reside, you may take a look at the Descendents reside on Noise Air pollution under courtesy of SPIN TV and choose up ninth & Walnut tomorrow.