Strike Anywhere's "Dead FM" turns 14 years old today

"Dead FM" is the third studio album by Strike Anywhere. It was recorded April 2006 at Salad Days Studios by Brian McTernan. It contains songs that focus on the band's leftist political views, as well as branching out to discuss issues such as singer Thomas Barnett's grandfather's work on the Manhattan Project on the opening track 'Sedition'. It was recorded on a series of weekends over a span of nine months as the band took time off touring to return to home life and move away from a hectic timetable to write and record an album.

"Dead FM" is the first Strike Anywhere full-length released on a label besides Jade Tree Records, inaugurating the band's contract with Fat Wreck Chords. The album was released on September 5th 2006, happy birthday!