Fearless Records Announces New “Punk Goes…” Album


Fearless Records has announced that there will be a new addition to the Punk Goes…series, their successful cover series. This time punk will be going back in time with Punk Goes 90s Volume II.

Back at the end of October, the label had released the news that they would be making a Punk Goes Christmas just in time for the holidays. That album included covers by New Found Glory, All Time Low, Man Overboard, Yellowcard and many others.

As for Punk Goes 90s Volume II, it will be the follow-up to the first one that was released back in 2006 and included covers of 90s songs by Plain White T’s, Cartel, Hit the Lights, Anberlin, the Starting Line and many other Fearless artists.

While the full track listing and release date have not been released as of yet, the label has revealed that the album is due out in 2014 and the name of the artists that will be featured in the compilation. The teaser which can be seen below, also reveals that the lead single will be Lit’s hit song, “My Own Worst Enemy” covered by Get Scared; the song is set to be officially released on January 7.

Watch the trailer and tell us what 90s jam you would like to be included in the compilation, if you had the choice.

Stream ‘Punk Goes Christmas’


Now that Halloween is over and Thanksgiving is on its way, we can hear the faint sounds of Christmas songs on the radio and pretty much everywhere we go.

For a few weeks now, the people behind the Punk Goes…series have been teasing their new compilation which will feature Christmas songs rather than the usual the usual top 40/hip-hop/rap and every other genre songs.

In honor of the holiday which is just under two months away, well, not according to certain mega store which ave already set the Christmas things out and about for purchase, Fearless Records has given fans the gift of being able to stream the full album over at their website.

Punk Goes Christmas was supposed to be released today, officially, but the label gave fans a 24 hour advance hearing which can be heard here.

Check out the new album in the coll interactive website and let us know which is your favorite remade Christmas song.