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April 24, 2015

Counterparts Sign With Pure Noise Records

COunterpartsPure Noise Records has welcomed Canadian melodic-hardcore band Counterparts to their growing roster.  The band plans to release their fourth studio album in the U.S. through the label later in 2015.  Vocalist Brendan Murphy weighs in:

“We’re happy to finally be able to announce that we’ve signed to Pure Noise/New Damage… In my opinion, these are two of the best current record labels in their respective territories. The decision to sign with PN/ND was an obvious one. Thank you to those who stuck by us, and anyone who actually cares about anything we do. It means more than you know.”

The band has a handful of upcoming tour dates.  Check them out below.

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Tours: Choke Up

Choked UpBoston, MA’s Choke Up has has announced that they will be heading on a Summer tour.  The band continues to support their proper debut LP, Black Coffee, Bad Habits, which dropped earlier this week via Black Numbers Records.

Full tour listings can be found below.

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April 23, 2015

Creepoid – Dried Out

CreepoidCreepoid has premiered a brand new song.  The track is titled “Dried Out” and is set to appear on their upcoming third album, Cemetery Highrise Slum, which is due out June 23, 2015 via Collect Records.

Listen to the new tune below.

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Rise Against Speaks Out On Earth Day

rise_against_2014Rise Against‘s short Earth Day video for the Sierra Club is getting major love on YouTube right now.  Watch it below.

Rise Against has a history for advocacy on animal rights, humanitarian & environmental issues. So it’s no surprise that even though they’re prepping to go on tour, Tim and the gang still take time to give a shout-out to the planet.

Great Lakes USA – Aim So Low

Great Lakes USABoston hardcore punk act Great Lakes USA has premiered a new song  The song is titled “Aim So Low” and is set to appear on their upcoming EP, Stumbling Distance, which is due jointly between Coffeebreath And Heartache (vinyl) and Black Numbers Records (CD & Digital).

Listen to the new track here courtesy DyingScene.

The EP follows their 2012 full length, Live Fast, Die Whenever.

Sudden Suspension Has Signed on With Bad Timing Records

Bad Timing RecordsPop-punk act Sudden Suspension have signed on with the growing Bad Timing Records roster.  The band plans to release a new EP this summer.  

The band last released their Basement Songs EP in 2014.  A welcome video from the label can be found below.

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Timeshares Full Album Stream

TimesharesNY’s Timeshares has premiered a full stream of their upcoming sophomore full-length, Already Dead, due out April 28, 2015 via SideOneDummy Records.  Shortly after release, the band will be headlining a European tour that will take them through France, Germany, Austria, Italy, the UK and more. 

Listen to the full disc here courtesy SPIN.

Family Bike – How I Survived November

Family BikeSouthport, NC’s Family Bike has premiered a new single from their upcoming debut full-length.  The disc will be titled Everything You Own Is Anagrammed and is due out May 2015. The album will be a co-release between Negative Fun and EggHunt Records

Listen to the song here courtesy Brooklyn Vegan.

April 22, 2015

Stream: The Kut – ‘Bad Man’

The KutAlt-rock trio The Kut are streaming Bad Man, a track featured on their recently released EP, Rock Paper Scissors via Criminal Records. The London based all female outfit are hitting the road starting in May for a number of shows across the UK, check out the full list of dates, and the stream of Bad Man, below.

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Runaway Kids Post Lyric Video for ‘Better Days’

runaway_kids_color_use_thisLos Angeles punk band Runaway Kids (formerly Betrayal) have posted a lyric video for their song Better Days. This is the title track from their upcoming EP, due to drop on June 23rd via MediaSkare Records.

Vocalist Gage Armstrong has spoken to Substream about the track:

‘Better Days’ started as a letter I was writing to my mom, letting her know how she had affected my life with the poor decisions that she decided to make for hers. Then when Sean (guitarist) and I decided it was time to go into the studio it was the only thing I could think of to put on our first song. As if I was finally getting what I needed to say off of my chest.”

Check out the video below:

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