PUSH's sophomore album. Recorded at Haney Studios in Petaluma, CA, and Nu-Tone Studios in Pittsburg, CA. Produced, mixed, and mastered by Scott Goodrich.
Guitar/Vocals: Avery Okamura
Bass/Vocals: Matt Wallner
Drums/Percussion/Vocals: James Allen
If you are wondering about the album title and overall theme, here it is:
The concept behind "Destroying Suburbia" has to do with modern radio and the music business. In a suburban neighborhood, blueprints are re-used for many houses in the area, similar to how popular music these days all seem to sound and be exactly like each other. Basically, the radio and music industry is as bland as it ever has been, for everything sounds exactly the same. With this album, we're trying to get the world to remember different types of genres that are not as popular anymore, like punk and rock. Please share this album with friends if you support the cause!
released August 31, 2013
Special thanks to: YOU, Steve Haney, Scott Goodrich, Chris Dugan, Tom Gaffey, Preston Bailey, Frank Hayhurst, Steven Hernandez, Cliff Eveland, The One and Only Jonathan Okamura, all family and friends, people who donated, Haydog Gifford, The Phoenix Theater, Mike Burkett, Erik Sandin, Eric Melvin, Aaron Abeyta, Thomas Matthew DeLonge, Mark Alan Hoppus, Billie Joe Armstrong, Michael Pritchard, Frank Edwin Wright III, Fender/Squire, Gibson/Epiphone, Ludwig Drum Co., Meinl Drum Co., Sabian Cymbals, DW Drum Co., Taco Bell, Final Last Words, Communist Kayte, Hella Mad Records, Point Of View, Ben Hirschfield, Adeline Records, Epitaph Records