St. Joseph, MO. based garage punk trio RADKEY have released their first record with Another Century Records, titled Delicious Rock Noise. The album, which is a re-release of their 2015 debut ‘Dark Black Makeup,’ features two new bonus tracks in the form of their cover of the song “Marvel” (made famous by The Lemons) and the band’s rendition of the Teen Titans theme song.

Speaking about the release of Delicious Rock Noise, the Radkey guys offer their thoughts on the record, saying:

“Delicious Rock Noise is the album we’ve always dreamt of making. Since we were old enough to even think about stuff I think. It was really important to make an album the way we believe rock records should be made, and that’s pretty much writing anything you feel like writing and then recording it because you feel that it rocks exactly the way that you needed it too. Delicious Rock Noise is everything that we are, and we feel so lucky to have been able to make it just the way we wanted to.”

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“Now entering their early twenties, their new record, Delicious Rock Noise, sounds far more mature than their ages would belie. Vocalist/guitarist Dee Radke has a deep and energetic baritone that glides over riffs that’ll have you jumping up and down. His brothers Isaiah and Solomon lay down a tremendously groovy rhythm section, rounding out a powerhouse that sounds so much fuller than just three brothers from Missouri.” — Alternative Press

“When they’re not harnessing the primitive B-movie aggression of Misfits and feral nihilism of British miserabilists Drenge into memorable, perfect punk slices, The Radke brothers have spoken about their love for comics and anime; so it’s fitting that they’ve put a horror-punk twist on the Teen Titan cartoon theme, while their version of Marvel, an ode to superheroes first recorded in the 90s by Seattle grunge band The Lemons, is immaculately influenced by Black Flag, Minor Threat and Bad Brains.” — Team Rock

In additon to the new album, Radkey are thrilled to begin a full US headlining tour – which starts today (Nov. 11) in Colorado Springs, CO. Joining the band on this Fall run are fellow Another Century labelmates The Fame Riot. A complete list of dates can be found below.
Headlining Tour w/ The Fame Riot
Friday, November 11th – The Black Sheep (Colorado Springs, CO)
Sunday, November 13th – Neurolux (Boise, ID)
Wednesday, November 16th – High Dive (Seattle, WA)
Thursday, November 17th – Hawthorne Theatre – Lounge (Portland, OR)
Friday, November 18th – The Boreal (Eugene, OR)
Saturday, November 19th – The Ritz (San Jose, CA)
Sunday, November 20th – Neck Of The Woods – Downstairs (San Francisco)
Monday, November 21st – Resident (Los Angeles, CA)
Tuesday, November 22nd – Soda Bar (San Diego, CA)
Wednesday, November 23rd – 191 Toole (Tucson, AZ)
Friday, November 25th – Lowbrow Palace (El Paso, TX)
Saturday, November 26th – Sundown @ Granada Theater (Dallas, TX)
Sunday, November 27th – Sidewinder – Insider (Austin, TX)
Tuesday, November 29th – Hi-Tone (Memphis, TN)
Wednesday, November 30th – The Saturn (Birmingham, AL)
Thursday, December 1st – Drunken Unicorn (Atlanta, GA)
Friday, December 2nd – Evening Muse (Charlotte, NC)
Saturday, December 3rd – Comet Ping Pong (Washington, D.C.)
Sunday, December 4th – Kung Fu Necktie (Philadelphia, PA)
Tuesday, December 6th – Studio @ Webster Hall (New York, NY)
Wednesday, December 7th – Brillobox (Pittsburgh, PA)
Thursday, December 8th – Grog Shop (Cleveland, OH)
Friday, December 9th – The Pike Room (Pontiac, MI)
Saturday, December 10th – The Brass Rail (Ft. Wayne, IN)
Sunday, December 11th – The Stache (Grand Rapids, MI)
Tuesday, December 13th – Cobra Lounge (Chicago, IL)
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