Green Day Releases New Album "Father of All Motherfuckers"

Formed in 1986-87 and hailing from Berkeley, California; Green Day is currently signed to American label Reprise Records and now has 13 albums under their belt thanks to their new album titled "Father of All Motherfuckers" which was released this past Friday, February 7th 2020.


Tre Cool replaced John Kiffmeyer as Green Day's active drummer since their 2nd album release "Kerplunk" back in 1991. Green Day has been a part of the rock/punk scene since their early days and would frequent the venue "Alternative Music Foundation" located on 924 Gilman Street (AKA Gilman) in the band's hometown. The band's first few debut albums where released through the independent label "Lookout! Records" who was also home to other punk bands of the era, such as; Rancid, Sweet Baby, Squirt Gun, The Queers, Crimpshrine and many others.

Since their ground breaking album "American Idiot", Green Day's sound has changed radically and can be known as glam rock, but according to the band's Facebook page; they are still known as pop punk / rock / alternative. On September 10th 2019, the band released the self-titled single off of their new album.

At only 26 minutes in length, "Father of All Motherfuckers" could be considered an EP but at 10 songs it is technically a full-length album. With hit singles like "Meet Me on the Roof", "Father of All..." and "I Was A Teeenage Teenager", Green Day has solidified themselves into rock history.


Track Listing

  1. Father of All...
  2. Fire, Ready, Aim
  3. Oh Yeah!
  4. Meet Me on the Roof
  5. I Was a Teenage Teenager
  6. Stab You in the Heart
  7. Sugar Youth
  8. Junkies on a High
  9. Take the Money and Crawl
  10. Graffitia

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Band Members
Billie Joe Armstrong - Vocals/Guitar
Mike Dirnt - Bass/Vocals
Tre Cool - Drums
Jason White - Touring Guitar

Videos Off of New Album

Meet Me On The Roof

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Father Of All...


I Was A Teenage Teenager


Happy trails!

Comments 5


10.02.2020 14:57

Awesome. Dookie from the 90s was my gateway into punk. Glad they are still at it.

10.02.2020 16:05


10.02.2020 17:42

Will like to listen to this

11.02.2020 13:30

awesome news! I like this music

11.02.2020 13:56