Back in January, Fearless Records announced that the next compilation in their Punk Goes… series would be a totally tubular second volume of Punk Goes 90s. Now the label has released a retro, decade-appropriate commercial for the album, complete with nineties catch phrases, advertisements, and the beloved order screen with blue background.

Fearless Records has already released a video for Get Scared’s cover of Lit’s “My Own Worst Enemy,” and last month they released a lyric video for Asking Alexandria’s cover of “Closer,” originally by Nine Inch Nails. Watch that unsettling video below:

Check out the full tracklist for Punk Goes 90s: Volume 2 below. The album features classic nineties songs covered by today’s best punk bands, including some of my favorites like Yellowcard, Mayday Parade, and Hands like Houses (I predict nothing will top the punk version of “Gangsta’s Paradise”). The collection will be released on April 1st, but you can preorder it now.

Punk Goes 90s: Volume 2 Tracklist:

01. Get Scared “My Own Worst Enemy” (originally performed by Lit)
02. Memphis May Fire “Interstate Love Song” (originally performed by Stone Temple Pilots)
03. Asking Alexandria “Closer” (originally performed by Nine Inch Nails)
04. The Color Morale “Everlong” (originally performed by Foo Fighters)
05. Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! “All Star” (originally performed by Smash Mouth)
06. Mayday Parade “Comedown” (originally performed by Bush)
07. Motionless In White “Du Hast” (originally performed by Rammstein)
08. Yellowcard “Today” (originally performed by Smashing Pumpkins)
09. Hands Like Houses “Torn” (originally performed by Natalie Imbruglia)
10. Falling In Reverse “Gangsta’s Paradise” (originally performed by Coolio)
11. Ice Nine Kills “Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)” (originally performed by Green Day)

For more information:

Fearless Records Official Website