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Off With Their Heads is a band from Minneapolis that has included members of bands such as Rivethead, Dillinger Four, Dear Landlord, The Fake Boys and Banner Pilot. Most of their releases have been splits (with bands that include Blotto, The Measure (SA), Tiltwheel and J Church), 7” singles and EP’s, notably the Hospitals 12” EP in 2006. In 2007 they released the compilation All Things Move Towards Their End which collected songs from their splits as well as compilation contributions from 2003 - 2006, most of it previously only available on vinyl. Their first full-length, From the Bottom, was released on No Idea Records in 2008. In 2010 Epitaph Records released In Desolation.


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  • suntzutang

    the first band that I ever saw live, 7 or so years ago (can't remember exactly)... so even though I'm not much of an active listener they hold a special place."I'm not gonna go to work today. I wanna feel the sun shine on my face."

    17 Nov 2014 Reply
  • bloody72

    pozdrowienia ze Śląska dla fanów Off With Their Heads

    19 Aug 2014 Reply
  • Dusk2099

    it's weird because I love all the similar artists, oh well

    20 Jul 2014 Reply
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  • BroManDude

    substancex is a nerd. Home sounds just like their older stuff but with better production and songwriting. Getting bent out of shape over the artistic integrity of a POP punk band is silly, especially when there was barely any actual change in their sound. Even if there was a drastic shift in sound, why would they even want to play to a bunch of snobby, elitist manchildren? The last point and probably one of the most important is the fact that you compare it to "a really cool intelligent girl whoring herself up to impress some witless frat douche," get over yourself dude. The band doesn't owe you a redo of Hospitals just because you're stuck on it and unable to catch up, just like a cool intelligent girl isn't "whoring herself up" just because you dislike what she likes. Contrary to what you may think, nobody is required to please you, work on your obvious entitlement issues.

    11 Feb 2014 Reply
  • duhpizza

    Uploaded a promo of the current line-up:

    18 Jan 2014 Reply
  • Moon_Unit_

    Sick band

    11 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Elkman75

    Why have I only just found this band! [2]

    30 Jul 2013 Reply
  • Analgesic

    Finally listening to the new album, loving it. Real motherfuckers, these guys. <3

    23 Jul 2013 Reply
  • spunge666

    Why have I only just found this band!

    6 Jul 2013 Reply
  • rok2slayr

    think home is great all you want but dig into their catalog deeper, they've put out better material.

    8 Jun 2013 Reply
  • loldongs34

    This band is fucking amazing

    18 Apr 2013 Reply
  • randomhero323

    home is fantastic. shirts is a great song

    17 Apr 2013 Reply
  • mrjake2002

    substancex your opinion is stupid and shit. like, really dumb shit that you're typing. they probably re recorded janie because they value the song and wanted a version that was better produced.

    7 Apr 2013 Reply
  • revs

    i got everything they have done and the new album is just a natural progression, i'm loving it, but then again, i love all their shit,. voice sounds just as grainy and hoarse as always anyways LOL. Yeh, they re-recorded Janie, big whoop.

    2 Apr 2013 Reply
  • substancex

    Instead of dwelling on this anymore, I'm going to start an OWTH-influenced punk band where I sing heartbroken OWTH-esque lyrics about how Off With Their Heads let me down. It'll be meta as fuck.

    2 Apr 2013 Reply
  • substancex

    Anyway, I was just pointing out the obvious fact that they drastically changed their production and vocal style on this album. And re-recording "Janie" makes it seem like the band intended this record to be a lot of peoples' first OWTH record, so they decided to include a high fidelity re-recording of one of their catchiest early songs. It all seems like a lame calculated attempt to expand their audience. Good for them if it works, but I would've liked to see them get huge on their own merits instead of pandering to what a lameass mass audience wants.

    2 Apr 2013 Reply
  • substancex

    Only insecure douchebags care if a band they like gets popular with a "mainstream" audience, and that's not what I'm complaining about. I have a right to be annoyed when I see a really amazing band going out of their way to change their sound to get bigger. I wouldn't give a shit in the first place if I didn't love this band's music so much.

    2 Apr 2013 Reply
  • substancex

    Yes. Write those pointers down. They'll serve you well in the future.

    2 Apr 2013 Reply
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