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Green Day land on Mars

by Paul Cashmere on November 27, 2018

in News

Green Day have revealed their connection with the Mars mission that landed on the Red Planet today.

The words “Green Day since 1986” was etched onto a chip aboard the NASAInSight Mars Lander.

NASA landed on Mars for the eighth time today.

Green Day have taken 2018 off. Their last show was 19 November, 2017 in Mexico City.

Billie Joe Armstrong keep busy with his other band The Longshot this year. They released their ‘Love Is For Losers’ album in 2018. The band features Green Day’s touring guitarist Jeff Matika on bass and vocals, as well as Kevin Preston on guitar and David S. Field on drums.

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