Rancid Stream New Album on iTunes Radio

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It feels like it was just yesterday when Rancid announced they would be releasing a new album and now, they are giving fans a chance to hear the record a full week ahead of time.

Honor is All We Know is currently being streamed on iTunes Radio for those wanting to hear the iconic punk band’s new tunes. All new 14 tracks including already released tracks “Honor is All We Know,” “Evil is My Friend,” “Collision Course,” “Face Up,” and “Already Dead” which was released last week.

Head on over to iTunes Radio now and give the band’s new album a full listen before its official release next Tuesday, Oct. 27 through Epitaph Records. Pre-orders are currently still going, so if you feel the new album, check out that option. Vinyls and CD can be pre-ordered on their website while digital versions can be pre-ordered on iTunes.

Honor is All We Know is the follow-up to 2009’s Let the Dominoes Fall and was produced by their kind of boss, Epitaph Records head and Bad Religion guitarist, Brett Gurewitz.

Rancid Stream “Already Dead”

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Rancid’s news about their new album might have been revealed a few weeks ago, but the band are not holding back in from giving fans the chance to hear the new tracks.

To date, the band have already released four of the 14 tracks on the upcoming record, and now we can add a number five to that list.

Earlier in the day, the punk band uploaded the audio to a new song titled “Already Dead.” “Already Dead” will join previously released tracks, “Honor is All We Know,” “Evil is My Friend,” “Collision Course,” and “Face Up” on the band’s upcoming eighth studio album.

Check out the new song.

Rancid’s new album, Honor is all We Know will be released on Oct. 27 through Epitaph Records. Epitaph Records owner and Bad Religion guitarist, Brett Gurewitz produced the record. Talk about keeping it in the punk rock family.

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HONOR IS ALL WE KNOW TRACK LIST:

1. Back Where I Belong

2. Raise Your Fist

3. Collision Course

4. Evil’s My Friend

5. Honor is All We Know

6. A Power Inside

7. In the Streets

8. Face Up

9. Already Dead

10. Diabolical

11. Malfunction

12. Now We’re Through with You

13. Everybody’s Sufferin’

14. Grave Digger

Rancid Treat Fans to “Face Up”

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It’s only been a week since Rancid revealed that they would be releasing a new album, and already the punk band have released three tracks from it.

Yesterday, they once again felt in a giving mood and released another track from Honor Is All We Know, a song titled “Face Up.”

Like many Rancid songs, it’s hard, pulsating, and just want we need to get us through the day.

Check out the song below.

Honor Is All We Know was produced by Bad Religion’s Brett Gurewitz and recorded at Los Angeles’ Red Star Studios and The Boat which, cool fact of the day, is owned by Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

In April, Rancid drummer Branden Steineckert revealed that the band’s new album would be released sometime in 2014. With the year quickly coming to a close, we have to wonder if it will have a 2014 release date.

We never know, they might go ahead and release it when no one was looking.

Honor Is All We Know is the band’s first album in five years; Let the Dominoes Fall was released back in 2009.

HONOR IS ALL WE KNOW TRACK LIST:

1. Back Where I Belong

2. Raise Your Fist

3. Collision Course

4. Evil’s My Friend

5. Honor is All We Know

6. A Power Inside

7. In the Streets

8. Face Up

9. Already Dead

10. Diabolical

11. Malfunction

12. Now We’re Through with You

13. Everybody’s Sufferin’

14. Grave Digger

Rancid Give Fans a Taste of ‘Honor’

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Rancid’s surprise announcement on Sunday about them releasing a new album, made fans of the punk icons excited.

But how exactly do you get a group of hardcore fans even more excited for the brand new album? Easy, released three of the new tracks from the upcoming record.

Rancid did just that with the release of “Collision Course,” “Honor is All We Know,” and “Evil’s My Friend” all in one video.

The band’s eighth studio album, Honor is All We Know was produced by Bad Religion’s Brett Gurewitz and recorded at Los Angeles’ Red Star Studios and The Boat.

In a recently posted press release, the band said about the new record, “Honor Is All We Know is unique in that it is filled with growing insight of a band who has been doing this for a while now: It feels natural and organic, written without an agenda or bone to pick, rather the culmination of lives lived largely with a keen interest in the world and a sense of brotherhood.”

Honor is all We Know comes five years after their last album, 2009’s Let the Dominoes Fall.

No official release date for the album has been unveiled even though drummer Branden Steineckert said it would be released in 2014. Three months left in 2014, guys.

Check out the three new tracks above.

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HONOR IS ALL WE KNOW TRACK LIST:

1. Back Where I Belong

2. Raise Your Fist

3. Collision Course

4. Evil’s My Friend

5. Honor is All We Know

6. A Power Inside

7. In the Streets

8. Face Up

9. Already Dead

10. Diabolical

11. Malfunction

12. Now We’re Through with You

13. Everybody’s Sufferin’

14. Grave Digger

Rancid Reveal New Album Info

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Sundays usually mean relaxing, but for Rancid, that’s not in the cards on this Sunday.

Today, the punk band took to their Facebook to release the album art and track list for their new album. The record, which will be the California band’s eighth album will be named Honor Is All We Know. For fans of the band, the title should not be a shock because during a 2013 Reddit interview, drummer Branden Steineckert revealed the title and that a 2014 release date was in the cards.

As of now, the only thing that has been confirmed is the album name, track list, artwork and that it was produced by Bad Religions’s Brett Gurewitz at The Boat + Red Star in Los Angeles and will be released through Hellcat Records/Epitaph Records.

Check out the album art and the track list below.

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HONOR IS ALL WE KNOW TRACK LIST:
1. Back Where I Belong
2. Raise Your Fist
3. Collision Course
4. Evil’s My Friend
5. Honor is All We Know
6. A Power Inside
7. In the Streets
8. Face Up
9. Already Dead
10. Diabolical
11. Malfunction
12. Now We’re Through with You
13. Everybody’s Sufferin’
14. Grave Digger

Rancid’s last album was 2009’s Let the Dominoes Fall.