It's the ultimate irony: They swore off college, but their musical careers took off when they relocated to a college town: New Brunswick, New Jersey, home of Rutgers University, a locale which proved to be ideal for the early club days of the Bouncing Souls. This was way back in 1989, and 23 years later, the Bouncing Souls are performing more than ever.
In 1993, The Bouncing Souls released their first album The Good, The Bad, & The Argyle on their self-founded label Chunksaah Records. Since then, they've toured with Green Day, contributed tracks to multiple films and television shows, and played the most Warped Tours of any band to date. In June, the Bouncing Souls released their ninth studio album, Comet, a record inspired by the 2012 end-of-world conspiracies.