FUCKED UP

12.28.18

Only Fucked Up Could Save "Do They Know It's Christmas?"

The original Band Aid single stunk real bad, but a star-studded, indie rock remake in 2009—featuring Bob Mould, Tegan & Sara, and David Cross—turned it upside down.

10.5.18

Stream of the Crop: 12 New Albums for Heavy Rotation

New albums from Lil Baby & Gunna, Cat Power, and Fucked Up top this week's list.

10.2.18

Fucked Up Want To Inspire The Next Fucked Up

The band returns to talk their anticipated new album 'Dose Your Dreams' and relinquishing control in the studio and real life.

5.17.18

Fucked Up’s Cover of “High Rise” Will Rip You a New One

The beloved Canadian punx deliver their take on The Train Spotters 1979 release for a new 7 inch.

9.20.17

Fucked Up's Damian Abraham Opens Up About Panic Attacks

Tune into VICELAND Tuesday for new episodes of 'THE THERAPIST' and 'LAST CHANCE HIGH.'

9.19.17

Fucked Up's Damian Abraham Talks Finding Happiness in 'The Therapist'

"Do you garden?" "No, I wanna start growing cannabis, though."

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5.31.17

Young Guv Returns with Drama, Synths, and Power Pop Melodies on "Traumatic"

The latest track from Fucked Up guitarist Ben Cook's solo project roots its sound in the 80s, but keeps the melodies timeless.

4.10.17

A Completely Biased Ranking of the 60 Best Canadian Indie Rock Songs of the 00s Part II

Apparently, Broken Social Scene and The Wu-Tang Clan aren't so different

3.8.17

Stream Fucked Up’s New 24-Minute EP About Dying

We talk to Mike Haliechuk about ‘Year of the Snake’ and his travels through Nepal.

9.12.16

Under the Woes: The New Toronto Underground Hardcore Scene

The scene has found something like itself in Toronto's overcrowded music landscape

8.18.16

Red Bull Music Academy Announces 2016 Montreal Lineup with Björk, Theo Parrish, Tiga, and More

This year's program includes live performances, lectures, and artist workshops, and goes down Sept. 24 to Oct. 28.

8.9.16

How I Learned to Love the Tragically Hip and Still Be Punk

Fucked Up's Damian Abraham talks about his journey from idealistic hater to lifelong fan and friend of Gord Downie.

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