October 1, 2014
Self-described Brooklyn bummer punk act Chumped has announced details for their new full length. The album will be titled Teenage Retirement and is due out on November 28, 2014 via Anchorless Records. The LP will follow their freshly released new EP, That’s The Thing Is Like.
Be sure to listen to the brand new song, “Songs About Boats,” here.
Seattle, Washington five-piece Minus The Bear has launched a full album stream of their new album. The album is titled Lost Loves and is due out October 7, 2014 via Dangerbird Records. The album follows’s 2011′s Infinity Overhead.
Stream the disc here.
Acoustic punk act Walter Mitty & His Makeshift Orchestra has announced their upcoming US tour schedule with Modern Baseball, Somos and Knuckle Puck. The band continues to support their latest full length, Well Soon, released this past summer through Lauren Records and Make New Enemies. Vinyl pre-orders are available now through Lauren Records.
Tour dates are below.
New York Hardcore legends Sick Of It All has released a track-by-track analysis of their brand new album. The album is titled The Last Act Of Defiance, which is scheduled for release in Europe, Australia / NZ on September 29, 2014 and in USA, Canada on September 30, 2014 on Century Media.
Watch the play-by-play below.
Aspiga has announced details for their newest record. The disc will be titled What Happened To You? and is set to drop on October 21, 2014 via Paper + Plastick Records. Pre-orders are now live and include a variety of packages, including an exclusive coffee mug and two unique mini skulls.
The first track from the album, “Wide Eyes,” can be seen here.
UK rockabilly/psychobilly act The Zipheads has announced that they are currently working on a followup to their 2013 debut, Prehistoric Beat, available now on Bomber Music. The band is currently in a “top secret studio” wiring songs for a well known UK Rockabilly/Psychobilly label. The band comments:
“We have no idea what format these songs will appear on, we will keep everyone posted as the projects unfold but rest assured we cannot wait to get the tunes out for you all to hear. Furthermore, between now and Xmas we will be working on writing loads of new material to be recorded in 2015.”
Their debut album can still be streamed here.
September 30, 2014
Guildford, UK punk trio The Cottonettes have released a stream for their new track Call Me. The song was produced by Paul Tipler (Reuben, Idlewild) and according to a post on the band’s facebook page, is about an anti climatic encounter on the backdrop of London Town.
You can check out the stream for Call Me on soundcloud and the full list of upcoming shows can be found below.
Long Island garage pop punks Warm Needles are hitting the road for a series of dates starting tonight in Boston. The band released a compilation of their output between 2011-2013 titled Discardography 2011-13 which features 12 remastered songs.
You can stream Discardography 2011-13 via their bandcamp and the full list of tour dates can be found below.
Filmage, a new film that documents the 30 year career of punk/hardcore legends Descendents and All has launched pre orders, despite not yet having an official release date. Through a series of interviews with the band and peers, combined with a huge archive of live footage, the film attempts to tell the quite amazing story of these two bands and how the perseverance and passion of drummer Bill Stevenson has kept the fire burning through all those 30 years.
The film was written and directed by Matt Riggle and Deedle LaCour and can be pre ordered here.
Poughkeepsie, NY pop punks We Are The In Crowd have premiered a new video for their track Manners. The song is the fifth single from their sophomore full length record, Weird Kids, released back in February via Hopeless Records. The band have also been announced as part of the 2015 Kerrang! tour (due to kick off next February across the UK) alongside Bedford alt rockers Don Broco with the rest of the lineup still to be confirmed.
Check out the video for Manners and the Kerrang! Tour dates below.