MXPX TO CELEBRATE THE 15-YEAR ANNIVERSARY

OF THE BAND’S THIRD ALBUM “LIFE IN GENERAL” WITH A LIVE STICKAM.COM PERFORMANCE ON NOVEMBER 19

Special “Life In General” Anniversary Pricing Available at: www.mxpx.com/store

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In support of the 15-Year Anniversary of the release of their third album, Life In General, MxPx has teamed up with Stickam.com to bring their fans to one online location on Saturday, November 19 for an acoustic performance by the band’s frontman and bassist, Mike Herrera. The live set will provide fans the chance to reminisce with Herrera as he sings a handful of tracks off the album in addition to hosting an open Q&A after the live set for all fans to take part in. Fans can log onto www.stickam.com/mxpx, starting Saturday, November 19 at 5:30 pm PST/8:30 pm EST, with the live set kicking off at 6 pm PST/9 pm EST.

In addition to the performance, MxPx will be offering the album Life In General through their website (www.mxpx.com/store) exclusively on November 19 for only $5. Also available is a special pre-order bundle package that includes a physical copy of the band’s new DVD, Both Ends Burning, and a copy of Life In General for $15, which will last until December 8. Also, for the first 100 fans that order the DVD+LIG pre-order package from the website, they will receive a free signed limited edition poster.

The music of Bremerton, WA-based punk trio MxPx has been known for its ability to unite formerly distinguished fan bases such as the skate/surf community and the punk underground. MxPx used this wide variety of fans as a catalyst for the release of Life In General in 1996.  That was the bands first mainstream success to date with tracks, “Chick Magnet” and “Move To Bremerton,” having launched them to the top of the alternative charts in 1996. After 19 years and nearly 2.5 million records sold worldwide, MxPx looks to continue paving the way for pop punk music with the release of their ninth album slated for early 2012.

MxPx is Mike Herrera [vocals, bass], Tom Wisniewski [guitars], and Yuri Ruley [drums].

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