We are REALLY excited that 2020 is now behind us, and we are celebrating with an unbelievable new issue with the first batch of badass releases of 2021.

First off, we are so excited to have NOFX gracing our first cover of the new year, and making a longtime wish come true, we were finally able to sweet-talk one of our all-time favorite artists— the one-and-only Mark De Salvo (the man behind iconic album covers like Bad Religion’s Suffer, Lagwagon’s Let’s Talk About Feelings, NOFX’s Heavy Petting Zoo, and many, many others) to do an oil painting of the band to celebrate.

Every issue comes with an EXCLUSIVE, flexi track of the NOFX full-band version of “The Queen Is Dead,” originally released on 2019’s Cokie the Clown album, You’re Welcome. An homage to a “dear friend Naja who died a few years ago,” the track “was recorded in 2019 by Jason Livermore, Bill Stevenson and the Dcomposers.”

One lucky subscriber will win the ORIGINAL oil painting of the cover (and don’t worry, if you’re already a current subscriber you will be included for a chance to win). Make sure to follow @markdesalvo on Instagram as well to be automatically entered.

Click here to subscribe. 

All new subscribers will get a bundle that includes an exclusive t- shirt and stickers.


To recap, new subscribers get eight issues of New Noise with at least one flexi in every issue AND a t- shirt and sticker bundle!

NOFX’s newest album, Single Album, is due out February 26 via Fat Wreck Chords.

Click here to get the new issue! 


Addison is reviews and online news editor for New Noise. She specializes in metal, queer issues, and dog cuddles.

Write A Comment