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They may not have achieved the success of Green Day or Offspring, but SoCal's Lagwagon were very much a part of the '90s punk rebirth—and unlike so many of their peers, they're still at it. On their eighth studio album (and first since 2005's Resolve), the group slow things down a notch, with many songs resembling Foo Fighters more than classic punk (the driving verse of "Made of Broken Parts” is particularly Grohl-ian). But Lagwagon can still rile up a mosh pit. "One More Song" intercuts frenetic punk drums with a swinging interlude, and "Burning Out in Style," in addition to winking at the band's tenure, has plenty of heft.

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Worth the wait

I pre-ordered directly from Fat Wreck Chords (I recommend this method for myriad reasons) so I already have the album. "Reign", "Poison in the Well", and "In Your Wake" are tracks that really stuck out for me. "Burning Out in Style" is a catchy tune as well, offering a taste of the band's pop sound.
I have been waiting anxiously for 9 years to hear a Lagwagon full-length, and it didn't disappoint in the least. Lyrically, as Joey said, it's kind of a "grumpy old man" album, examining the shallowness of an ever-growing disconnection in our society.

Welcome to Stoked-ville

Population: Anyone who listens to this record.

The boys from the Wagon really hunkered down and wrote some killer tracks for our listening pleasure. It helps that everyone in this band is insane at their respective instrument, including new comer Little Joe on bass whose added element to the band cannot be overlooked in the band’s re-emerging heavy sound. Pretty soon when the Caper’s voice is completely shot from a few more world tours, he’ll be sounding like Jason Sears and then RKL will be back too. Until then, enjoy HANG.


I grew up with Lagwagon growing up in Santa Barbara, Ca where they are from, and I saw them often in concert in town. They were one of my inspirations to start playing guitar.
To be honest I had no idea they had a new album out recently. Didn't think they were in the realm of making a new album.
I have only listened to it once so far but was blown away by how it sounded so familiar to their old albums like Trashed. I love Joey Cape's acoustic stuff as well. Will definitely be listening to this album again. Great work Lagwagon and thank you for bringing me back and keeping the sound strong!
The album is a big win.


Formed: 1988 in Goleta, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Southern California punks Lagwagon formed in the small town of Goleta in 1990. Originally dubbed Section 8, Lagwagon's lineup frequently fluctuated during their formative period and, by the time of the band's 1992 debut, Duh, was comprised of singer Joey Cape, guitarists Chris Flippin and Shawn Dewey, bassist Jesse Buglione, and drummer Derrick Plourde. Trashed followed two years later, and in 1995 Lagwagon returned with Hoss; Plourde left the band shortly after and was replaced by ex-Rich Kids on...
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