Along with PayPal, Cash, Food, and sonnets composed by weary travelers, Skumboyz is now officially accepting the Bitcoin and Ether cryptocurrencies as payment for shows, merch, and music. Or you can just send us free money. That’s cool too. Send us a message at email@example.com in order to set up the orders and spend anonymously.
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We’ll be opening for D.R.I. and Sunlord along with Creep Crusades and Minefield at The Pinch in Washington DC on August 9th. Be there, it’s gonna be yuge.
SNOTFEST, the brain child of Jake Skum (Skumboyz/The Donalds) and Rael Griffin (Bust Off), is coming back for 2017. The second annual event had just been announced by Domestic Terror Promotions, and is set for October 14th 2017. It will take place at VFW Post 9274 in Falls Church, VA (7118 Shreve Rd, Falls Church, VA 22043) at 5pm, and features many local favourites, including: Fuck You Pay Me, Copstabber, Walk The Plank, Bust Off, Skumboyz, Rat Infested, Ruin By Deisgn, Jarvis, Cremains, 3:33, and Plastic Taste.
There will be a pre-show the day before, on October 13th, at The Pinch in Washington, DC (3548 14th Street NW, Washington, DC 20010), taking place at 8pm for $10. This show currently features The Screws, BBC, Oldham Boys, The Unabombers, Capital Offender, and one special guest TBA.
Friday, June 9th – 25 Watt / Richmond, VA
Saturday, June 17th – The Commune at 1605 / Washington, DC
Friday, June 23rd – The Electric Maid / Washington, DC
Thursday, June 29th – Riff House Pub / Chesapeake VA
Skumboyz has contributed an exclusive track entitled “Vile Troop” to Domestic Terror Promotions 1st comp, and will be featured alongside Bust Off, Ruin By Design, The Screws, Stuck Backwards, The Donalds, Walk the Plank, Rat Infested, Payback, Devolver, Genosha, Treble Lifter, 3:33 and The Mostly Dead. Slated for release some time in July 2017, the comp will be released digitally and on 12″ Vinyl. You’ll be able to find it online, at DC record shops, and at all Domestic Terror shows after its release.