NOFX, the Californian punk pranksters, return to their roots with a new album that will be 9 cover versions of obscure American hardcore songs.

And if that is not obscure enough there will be no official track listing and the cover inside will be completely blank.

And there is more. Or less. The album has no official title because, apparently, the band could not be bothered to think of one and they hated the idea of ‘self-titled’. It has the informal title of hardcore ten inch because that probably made them titter with it’s double entendre whilst also explaining that it is a hardcore record released on what for some of us is the perfect format – the vinyl ten inch single.

The album is the sound of a band celebrating its roots and is potentially the best release from a band who are serious about the stuff that matters.

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