Album CoverThe Kansas City, Missouri-based Punk Rock trio American Dischord were formed in 2012 by singer/guitarist Tyler Temple. After debuting in 2013 with their 7-song EP "Songs for Sinners," on Splatterhouse Wreckords the band immediately hit the road, touring almost constantly for the next three years. The band’s music has been described as “Haul ass Rock n’ Roll” but its fair to say their sound is almost as ferocious as their work ethic. Though still a relatively new band, they‘ve already built quite the resume, including major endorsements from Moniker Guitars, Seymore Duncan, Masters of Maple Drums, and performances with a virtual who’s-who of the punk rock compendium, including The Misfits, Agent Orange, The Adicts, GBH, Flatfoot 56, The Bollweevils, Lower Class Brats, DRI, The Casualties, The Queers, Guttermouth, Agnostic Front, The Murder Junkies and many more. They’ve built a national following through sheer force of will (and a few intensely sweaty shows). American Dischord’s never say die attitude will be on full display through 2017. They are currently putting the finishing touches on a new record which is due out next year, and will be touring all over the U.S. and Asia throughout 18.

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This band is the most smiling group of motherfuckers I've ever seen. American Dischord is a party... and while that party would most certainly kill me, I'm always delighted to be a spectator.

— Sid Sowder TooMuchRock.com

A refreshing dose of
pure Punk Rock energy.

— Michael Graves/Misfits

Harold O. gives them five K's
and two thumbs up!

— Harald Oimoen, Dirty Rotten Imbeciles (D.R.I.)

One of the most motivated bands to walk through my door.

— Brendan McReynolds/Producer

This band could have followed Minor Threat back in the day, easily.

— Barb Wire Dolls (Greece)