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Riff Raff Shares “Kokayne” (Produced by Diplo)

Riff Raff has been teasing the release of his debut album for months, and now that Neon Icon is less than a month from hitting stores Jody Highroller is having a hard time keeping the material to himself. We have already heard “How To Be A Man,” as well as its badass remix, and now we have a song produced by Diplo that may convert punks into rap fans if the marketing is right.

Featuring production that brings to mind the best moments of The Transplants’ music, “Kokayne” is far more rock than rap. Riff Raff doesn’t …

Tim Armstrong of Rancid & The Transplants

UTG PHOTOS: Rancid & The Transplants (6/20/13)

Under The Gun sent photographer, Derek Scancarelli, to shoot Rancid and The Transplants during their two-night stop in New York City on June 20, 2013.

Rancid is currently on tour with the The Transplants, which features Rancid’s very own frontman, Tim Armstrong. They played two fun-filled nights in a row to one of New York City’s venues, Terminal 5, to a packed crowd. This incredible tour celebrates Rancid’s 20 year anniversary as a band.

Derek Scancarelli is a feature writer, interviewer, videographer, photographer, radio-er and more. Currently, he is pursuing his MA in Journalism in New York

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The Transplants Announce ‘In A Warzone’

The Transplants announced news that they will be releasing a new album, entitled In A Warzone, sometime in May of 2013. Under The Gun does not have any information other than the details provided.

Check out the update from the group below and get ready for more album details to be released for The Transplants upcoming album!

‎”IN A WARZONE” is the title of our new album. Out in May.

MUSIC VIDEO: Travis Barker – Saturday Night ft The Transplants

Travis Barker has released the official music video of “Saturday Night” featuring The Transplants. Check out the video below.

Travis Barker releases “Saturday Night”

Travis Barker has released another track that will appear on his upcoming solo album, Give The Drummer Some. Click here to listen to “Saturday Night” featuring The Transplants and Slash.

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Travis Barker Recording With The Transplants

Another project to add to his list