2013 — Epitaph Records

  1. Start Walking
  2. Shirts
  3. Nightlife
  4. Focus On Your Own Family
  5. Altar Boy
  6. Don’t Make Me Go
  7. Come Find Me
  8. Janie
  9. Seek Advice Elsewhere
  10. Always Alone
  11. Stolen Away
  12. Take Me Out

In Desolation

2010 — Epitaph Records

  1. Drive
  2. Their Own Medicine
  3. Trying To Breathe
  4. ZZYZX
  5. The Eyes Of Death
  6. Old Man
  7. All I Can Do
  8. I Need You
  9. Spare Time
  10. I Just Want You To Know
  11. My Episodes
  12. Clear The Air

From The Bottom

2008 — No Idea Records

  1. I Am You
  2. Wrong
  3. 1612 Havenhurst
  4. Go On Git Now
  5. Until The Day...
  6. Keep Falling Down
  7. Terrorist Attack?
  8. Self Checkout
  9. Fuck This, I'm Out
  10. For The Four
  11. Ten Years Trouble
  12. I Hope You Know

All Things move Toward Their End

2007 — No Idea Records

  1. Janie
  2. Five Across The Eyes
  3. Call the Cops
  4. Big Mouth
  5. That Must Be Nigel With The Brie
  6. Sleeping in Carrie's Car
  7. The Beijing Cocktail
  8. Closed Early
  9. Goddamn Job
  10. Fuck You, You Tee Shirt Neck Tie Wearing Motherfucker
  11. Bar Close and the West Bank Bridge
  12. Horse Pills and the Apartment Lobby
  13. Don't Laugh, I'm Totally Serious
  14. Sadie


2006 — Rock Bottom Records

  1. Die Today
  2. Theme Song
  3. S.O.S.
  4. Your Child Is Dead
  5. Idiot
  6. Hard To Admit
  7. Heroin In NYC
  8. Jackie Lee
Record Label:
Epitaph Records
Press Contact:
Michele @ Eptiaph
Booking Agents:
US & Canada: Deborah @ Devil Dolls Booking
Europe: Sylvia Hahn @ Destiny Tourbooking

Ryan Young

Guitar / Vocals

Robbie Smartwood


John Polydoros


Ryan Fisher



Formed in 2002, Off With Their Heads went through a slew of musicians before finally cementing the lineup with Ryan Young on vocals/guitar, Justin Francis on drums, Zack Gontard on guitar and Robbie Swartwood on bass. Since their inception, the band has released an impressive catalog of music including seventeen 7"'s, one LP and a few comps, and has toured relentlessly in US, Europe, Canada and Japan for the past five years with bands like Against Me, Youth Brigade, The Bouncing Souls and Municipal Waste to name a few.

It was during Off With Their Heads' 2009 tour with Against Me when the band got the call from Epitaph's owner/president Brett Gurewitz saying that he was a fan of the band.

"Off With Their Heads might be the best punk band going right now, Epitaph needs them; music needs them," says Gurewitz.

"I remember the first time I'd heard of Epitaph," Young adds. "It was when I was in junior high and Rancid had just released Let's Go. I saw the video, and immediately went and bought the record. I got into the compilations, and that started me on the road to finding all these great aggressive catchy punk bands. Living in a small farm town, I had never been exposed to this kind of music before, and from there I learned about punk. I guess you could say Epitaph was my gateway into everything that I would wind up becoming. For that reason alone, I am ecstatic to be a part of one of the biggest influences on my life."

Off With Their Heads are well on their way to carving out their own punk rock story with their modern take on vintage punk fueled anthems. As the band begins the next chapter of their career they took the time to record their best album to date.

"We recorded our record in Minneapolis at a studio called The Terrarium," says Young. "This is where most of the great sounding records that come out of town are recorded. I think the difference between this record and our last one is that we have enough time to make sure everything is tracked and mixed the way we would like it to be. We have never in 6 years had more than 2-3 days in a studio, and there have been parts on every recording that I'd wished we would have fixed and not used the old "good enough" excuse. The songs stylistically are a mix of something from every record, which is great."

When asked about the new music, Young says "it's a good mix of driving aggression and also mid tempo pop. Those are our two strong suits, and I'm hoping they shine through as well as they have in the past. Lyrically, it's about the good and the bad things of the lifestyle that I've chosen for myself."

- Dying Scene

July 28, 2014

I worked on this painting all day. Out of nowhere, an airborne blind cat comes flying through the air and knocks a full glass of water all over it. Luckily, it was dry. Stay of exeCUTEtion, @straycharles

July 28, 2014

I’ve got a day left on this test press covered copy of “From The Bottom”. Just a heads up, if that’s your thing. Http://

July 28, 2014

This week on A&A I have my friend Lisa Root (founder of New Noise Magazine), play some Get Rad and Uke Hunt and argue that it actually is a good idea to bike 900 miles. Http://

July 27, 2014

Just found this cleaning up. We used to come up with sketch ideas when on tour. We would then write a summary of those ideas, and it would look like this. I have no idea what we were thinking, but I bet it was gold jerry, gold.

July 24, 2014

At the vet. Little dude got his cone off and ripped his eye stitches out in the 30 seconds we had our heads turned. Bummer.

July 24, 2014

Have you heard? Brad from Dear Landlord and I are biking from MN to CO to raise money for! Clean up that karma and donate for a good cause. The perks are INCREDIBLE.

July 23, 2014

Well this is fucking heart breaking. Poor Chuck had his eyes stitched shut. πŸ˜”

July 23, 2014

I completely forgot about this song. I think I want to start playing it.

July 22, 2014

My experiment was a success. Volume 2 of the flexi series coming soon! Thank you all so much.

July 22, 2014

Hey! Noisey is premiering the new PEARS video for their song “Breakfast”. Check it out, and huck me a pre order of the LP so these goddamn kids stop throwing bags of shit on my porch. Http://