Off With Their Heads is a punk rock band from Minneapolis that has included members of bands such as Rivethead, Dillinger Four, Dear Landlord, The Fake Boys and Banner Pilot. Most of their releases have been splits (with bands that include Blotto, The Measure (SA), Tiltwheel and J Church), 7" singles and EP's, notably the Hospitals 12" EP in 2006. In 2007 they released the compilation All Things Move Towards Their End which collected songs from their splits as well as compilation contributions from 2003 - 2006, most of it previously only available on vinyl.
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Off With Their Heads is a punk rock band formed in 2002 from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Since their formation, they have often featured a rotating line-up of tour players, due to their members' other commitments and Off With Their Head's own full-time touring schedule. Singer/guitarist Ryan Young has noted that having different musicians helps keep the band fresh.
According to the No Idea website, the band had planned to release The '69 Sound, a second singles collection of more recent split 7" material. However, this has since been refuted by No Idea, who commented saying "This thing will never happen."
On September 10, 2008, Off With Their Heads self-released a music video for "Fuck This, I'm Out"
In late 2009, the band was chosen as one of Beyond Race Magazine's "50 Emerging Artists," resulting in a spot in the publication's No. 11 issue (with Bodega Girls and J. Cole on the cover), as well as an exclusive Q&A for the magazine's site.
In February 2010, it was announced that Off With Their Heads signed to Epitaph Records, with a new record due for June 1 of that year.