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NOFX To Break Up After 2023 Officially Confirmed

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NOFX, the Los Angeles punk band known for their songs ‘Linoleum’ and ‘Don’t Call Me White,’ will remain a group in 2023. On Wednesday, frontman Fat Mike casually dropped the news in the comments section of a post on his Instagram page. A baffled fan asked the bassist vocalist why NOFX barely performed in Canada. The fan got a response back, however, it was probably not what he anticipated. In fact, We love Canada, it’s just that a year from now will be our last year, answered Fat Mike the frontman of the band NOFX, whose real name is Michael John Burkett.

We will be announcing our latest shows soon. It was an amazing run. That run started way back in 1983 with Fat Mike, guitarist Eric Melvin and drummer Erik Sandin as the founding members of the band. In 1991 Aaron El Hefe Abeyta joined the group NOFX as lead guitarist and trumpet player. Responding to a different comment on his post on Instagram, frontman Fat Mike said, Los Angeles will be the last place we play. It’s where we started is where we end.

NOFX has yet to release the official announcement about the impending breakup, however, Rolling Stone has confirmed the news. The band released its first self-titled recording, ‘Thalidomide Child,’ in 1984 and released its first self-titled EP a year later. NOFX’s debut album titled, ‘Liberal Animation,’ appeared in 1988 and contained songs, for example, ‘Beer Bong’ and ‘Shut Up Already’. In 1989 a sophomore album titled ‘S&M Airlines’ was reportedly released.

LA Punk Band NOFX Will Break Up In 2023 After 40 Years

NOFX will break up a year from now, frontman Fat Mike has reportedly revealed the information. The Los Angeles punk-rock band, which was formed back in 1983, released their 14th and final album titled ‘Single Album’ in February 2021. This summer saw the group take their Punk In Drublic celebrations across Europe and North America, having additionally played both versions of Slam Dunk 2021 in Leeds and Hatfield last September.

Responding to a comment on one of his new posts on Instagram, Fat Mike wrote Next year from now it will be [NOFX’s] last year. We will report our latest performances soon. It was an amazing run. The disclosure was made after a follower had asked Fat Mike for what valid reason the group barely came to Canada to play live shows. After fans got wind of the news, another user asked if NOFX would perform in LA before breaking up. Fat Mike replied that Los Angeles will be the last place we play. It’s where we started, it’s where we’ll end.

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NOFX’s final year will also mark the group’s 40th anniversary. Fat Mike and co’s ongoing run of their traveling Punk In Drublic celebrations is set to wrap up in Asbury Park, New Jersey on October 2nd. ‘Single Album’ was initially set to be a double record, but the COVID pandemic changed NOFX’s arrangements. At the point when you write a double album, you write in an unexpected way, Mike explained beforehand. I was composing really various songs, and a few fun tunes, however, you have to make a double album fascinating enough to pay attention to the whole way. I needed to make an ideal double album, and I didn’t get that. So I chose to simply make one album, subsequently the title.

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