Punk rock stalwarts Snuff will release their 11th album in November but, other than a peek at the artwork, details of what will emerge from their lockup are currently in short supply. The disc will follow 2019’s There’s A Lot Of It About, which arrived on Fat Wreck Chords and saw them once again deliver more of their trademark mix of ska-inflected punk, oi and hardcore.
The new Snuff album was trailed in the poster for the band’s forthcoming UK tour, dates for which have twice had to be rebooked thanks to Covid.
All previous tickets from January 2021 and May 2020 remain valid for the jaunt, which is now lined up for December with support from up-and-coming Manchester punks Aerial Salad (whose second album Dirt Mall was released last year).
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Ahead of those tour dates Snuff will play the Punk In Drublic stage of the Slam Dunk Festival. This takes place across two September weekends in Leeds and Hatfield Park in the UK with a bill that also includes NOFX, Pennywise and Sum 41.
Formed in London in 1986, Duncan Redmonds (drums and vocals) is Snuff’s only remaining original member and he’s also been keeping busy recently some of his side projects.
The US version of Billy No Mates put out S.F. Sourdough in January, though recordings for the album were made in 2010, and Guns N’ Wankers played live for the first time in 25 years in 2019, unveiling a couple of new, as-yet-unreleased songs.
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