October 21, 2017
Fatal Crowbar Injury have released their new EP, Still Taste Blood, and it is now available for streaming via Spotify and SoundCloud, and is also available to purchase through iTunes. The Still Taste Blood EP is a taster of what’s to come from Fatal Crowbar Injury as the band are currently focused on writing new material for their forthcoming full length that is set to be released next year.
Still Taste Blood can be streamed via SoundCloud here and Spotify here and the EP can be purchased via iTunes here
Fatal Crowbar Injury‘s Facebook page can be found here
Hotel Books new album, Equivalency, is due for release on October 27th via InVogue Records. The band have released a video for the albums lead single, Celebration, that is now available for stream via Spotify, Apple Music and all other digital retailers. Hotel Books will also be on tour in the US in support of the new album from September 30th and throughout October.
You can pre-order Equivalency via InVogue Records here
The video for Celebration, and Hotel Books tour dates, can be viewed below Read More…
The Professionals brand new album, What In The World, is still available for pre-order via Pledge Music. The album boasts ten new tracks and in addition to the core group of Paul Cook, Paul Myers and Tom Spencer it features a host of guests including Marco Pironni (Adam And The Ants), Billy Duffy (The Cult), Duff McKagan (Guns ‘N Roses), Mick Jones (The Clash) and of course Steve Jones. Rewind is the second track taken from The Professionals new album, and the band have released a video for Rewind, and the track is now available to those who pledged for the new album. You can pre-order What in The World via Pledge Music here
The lyric video Rewind can be viewed below Read More…
October 20, 2017
Sincere Engineer, the stage name of folk-punk artist of Deanna Belos, has premiered a brand new music video for the song “Shattering.” The album will be titled Rhombithian and is available today via Red Scare Industries.
Watch the video below.
San Francisco progressive indie rock outfit I The Mighty has premiered a full stream of their new album, Where the Mind Wants to Go / Where You Let it Go, which was released today via Rude Records.
Listen to the record below.
Darius Koski (Swingin’ Utters) is streaming a new song from his upcoming sophomore solo album. The track is titled “Black Sheep” and appears on the album What Was Once Is By And Gone, which is set to drop on November 3 via Fat Wreck Chords. The album follows 2015’s SISU.
Listen to the song below.
The Dangerous Summer has premiered a brand new song. The track is titled “Fire” and will appear on their freshly announced self titled LP, which is due out on January 26, 2017 via Hopeless Records. Vocalist and bassist AJ Perdomo elaborates:
“You really only get one chance to make a self-titled album in your career… and we believe that the time has come to define our sound and our band. We spent six months writing and recording this record, and it is a genuine expression of who we are as a band.”
Watch the music video below. Pre-orders are live.
Australian Gold Coast quintet Awaken I Am have premiered a new music video. The video features the song “Black Dreams” and is lifted from their o Blind Love LP which dropped on September 29, 2017 via Victory Records.
The music video can be viewed below.
Trampolene will release a new single, The Boy That Life Forgot, on Friday 8th December, the single is taken from their debut album, Swansea To Hornsey, that is due to be released on October 27th. Trampolene will also be touring over the next few months, including shows with The Libertines, Liam Gallagher and Cabbage. You can pre-order Swansea To Hornsey via Pledge Music here
You can stream The Boy That Life Forgot here
Trampolene‘s tour dates can be viewed below Read More…
Detroit punk outfit Day Jobs has signed on with A-F Records. The band plans to release their debut Self Titled 7-inch on December 1, 2017. Pre-orders are live.
Coinciding with the announcement, the band has premiered the song “Quit Your Day Job,” which can be heard below.