Swedish punks Rotten Mind have announced a run of European shows kicking off tomorrow in their home country, before playing 13 shows across 6 countries. The band are out in support of their self titled sophomore LP, released back in March of this year via Lovely Records.
Check out the quartet’s latest video for Things I Can’t See and the full list of tour dates below.
We are a little late posting the latest video from Hull based punks Life, but it’s more than worth the wait. This quartet are the real deal, do yourself a favour and check out the video for Sugar God below and then go and get a copy of their debut LP Popular Music which was released earlier this year.
Definitely a band to watch for 2018.
Metalcore outfit Of Colours have joined the roster of German label Refield Records. The 5 piece, also from Germany have celebrated the signing with a video for their latest single Oblivion. The track will feature on the band’s upcoming debut full length for their new label, due sometime in 2018.
Check out the video for Oblivion below.
Leeds noisy punk rock outfit Narcs have posted a video for their track Raus! The song features on the quartet’s sophomore album A Thinking Animal which was released back in July 2016 via Clue Records.
Check out the video for Raus! below.
NYC based alt-rock / punk band The Flux Machine have posted a video for Revolution. The track is the first single from their upcoming LP Hurricane, dropping on Friday 17th Nov.
Check out the stream for Revolution below.
Brisbane, Au punk rockers Satellites have posted a lyric video for their track Thank You. The song is taken from their upcoming Black Dog EP, which is due to drop on Friday Sept 29th. This is the second track to be featured ahead of the EP’s release following the video for Threads back in August.
Check out the video for Thank You below.
Ottawa’s good time rock n’roll punks Hellbros have posted a video for their track Feed It. The track is due to feature on the quartet’s upcoming LP Take The Animal, which is slated to for release in 2018 following more studio time in November to complete recording.
The band last released a self titled full length back in 2016 via Bad Reputation Records, which was a combination of their previous 2 self released records Good Time Machine & Calling All Giants.
Check out the 80’s video game inspired video for Feed It below.
Long Island garage rock outfit Fool Heavy (feat. Taylor Berke, ex-Soda Bomb) have released their debut LP Gusto on a pay-what-you-want basis through their bandcamp. The LP was recorded and mastered by ex The Venetia Fair man Mike Abiuso.
Check out the LP’s cover art and track list below.
Long Island NY based alt rock outfit Vista have announced a run of dates in the US being dubbed The Oasis Tour. The shows kicks off in November and the band are out in support of their latest self-released EP Long Love.
Check out the full list of dates below.
Melbourne, Aus punks Seside are streaming Home, the latest track to feature from their debut EP Closing Doors which is due for release on October 27th. Vocalist & guitarist Liam Guinane has said this about the single:
“Home was a song that started from an idea I had with another song. I wanted this song to be one that wasn’t as dark as the rest of the EP. One thing I really love about this song is the back and fourth between Sale and I.”
Co-vocalist and bass player Sale Brown added:
“Home was the most difficult to write for me. The creative process lyrically was up hill. It became an open letter to the band and myself. Home is ‘Closing Doors’ at its core, leaving the old and welcoming the new,”
Check out the stream of Home below.
Baltimore alt-rock outfit Fatally Yours have posted a video for their track Another You. The band have taken a break for their work in the studio working on their next release to drop the single and guitarist Christian Rivera had this to say about the video:
“The video was filmed at Angel’s Rock Bar in Baltimore, MD by 818 Digital Media. We wanted to capture the essence of what a good rock show is like in our hometown of Baltimore, MD, so we decided to shoot one of our shows, unscripted and on the fly. We’re still working in the studio, however, we are taking a break from that to play our 5-year anniversary party at the Metro Gallery in Baltimore, MD on 10/28.”
Check out the video below.
Poughkeepsie, NY pop punkers One For The Braves have posted a video for Dirt Nap. The track is the latest to be featured from the band’s sophomore EP, Does Anybody Honestly Care, released back in May of this year.
Check out the video below.
Reports are circulating that Grant Hart, the drummer, co-songwriter and co-founder of Minneapolis punk legends Husker Du has lost his battle with cancer at the age of 56. Following Husker Du’s break up in 1987, he went on to form Nova Mob and has also released a number of studio album’s as a solo artist, the latest of which was The Argument, released back in 2013.
Thoughts are with his friends and family.
Seattle punk rock trio The Cheap Cassettes have released a new single. Hieroglyphics In Lipstick b/w Worse N’ Better was released on Sept 7th via Rum Bar Records and is available as a digital download or on cassette (limited to 50 copies). Both are available from their bandcamp page.
London based post punk/hip hop crossover act Leave The Universe have posted a video for N.W.O. (New World Order). A 3-track EP of the same name has been self-released on September 1st.
Check out the video for N.W.O. and the track list for the EP below.
NYC based garage punk / alt-punk outfit Dirty Fences have announced an extensive European tour kicking off in the Netherlands on Sept 13th. The band are out in support of a reissue of their self titled debut (originally from 2012) released by Dirty Water Records, which now includes 2 new tracks.
Check out the full details of the Euro tour below.
NY/NJ punk rock trio Cult Classic have posted a video for their track Talking Heads. The song features on their debut EP Resistance, which dropped back in August via NY based label Manic Kat Records.
Check out the video for Talking Heads below.
Scottish indie rock outfit The LaFontaines have announced that their new LP Common Problem will be released on October 27th via A Wolf at Your Door Records. This is the quartet’s sophomore effort, following 2015’s Class and ahead of the release, the band have posted a video for the single Asleep.
Check out the video for Asleep and the band’s upcoming shows below. Pre orders for the LP are available here.
UK underground punks Wild Billy Childish & CTMF are dropping a new 7″ single, I’ve Got a Conflicted Mind along with their new LP Brand New Cage on September 29th via Damaged Goods Records. The single is due for release on the same day and pre orders are available here.
Check out the single cover art below.
Norwegian noise-punks Slotface are streaming Backyard, the latest track to be featured from their upcoming debut LP Try Not To Freak Out. The full length is due to drop on Sept 15th via Propeller Recordings (pre orders here).
Check out the stream of Backyard and the cover art and track list for Try Not To Freak Out below.
Adelaide, Australian hardcore / metalcore outfit Life Pilot have posted a new video. The track is titled One and will feature on the band’s upcoming sophomore EP Too Hot For Killing which is due for release on October 13th.
Check out the video for One below.
Perth, Australia hardcore punks Scalphunter have announced that their debut full length Lies is due for release on September 29th via Arrest Records/Firestarter. Ahead of the street date, the quartet are streaming the lead single A Lie They Call The Truth.
Check out the stream of A Lie They Call The Truth and the details of the band’s upcoming shows below.
Mississauga, ON alt rock outfit Empty Threat have dropped a new single. The track is titled Heliophobia and features on the band’s upcoming EP Shutdown Nowhere, due for release on October 6th. Vocalist / guitarist Michael Roane has said this ahead of the EP’s release:
“We are a young band, developing our style and pushing forward to provide a new sound experience. Most of the songs we have been working on for years – and have been through multiple edits and versions. This will be our first, legitimate attempt to introduce ourselves to the world – so we hope that fans will hear our songs and feel a slight familiarity to the genre, but will appreciate the unique touch we put in our songs – as we combine elements from multiple genres and use our effects to put a different perspective on old ideas. We also want people to know first and foremost our band is about creating passionate music that may resonate with other people. On the surface, we make music that has a carefully crafted intensity – like a chained beast tugging at the leash. For those who want to dig deeper, they see how this sound represents us, as people, and our struggles to reach our potential. We connect with our fans through these shared emotions.”
Check out the stream of Heliophobia here, thanks to New Noise Magazine.
Boston alt/punk band A Bunch of Jerks have dropped their debut single Top Secret TP backed with King One. The single was released on September 1st via Rum Bar Records and is available on a pay-what-you-want basis from their bandcamp.
Both tracks are expected to feature on the band’s full length, the long arm of professor kittenpants, due to drop before the end of the year.
Arizona melodic hardcore outfit Lifelink are streaming their new EP Love Lost in full. The quintet’s latest offering dropped on Sept 1st via Innerstrength Records and is the band’s first new material since 2015’s Nothing EP.
Check out the stream of Love Lost here and below for the band’s latest video Terminal.
Quebec City hardcore punk outfit ExHibition are streaming a new track. The song is My Own Way and features on the quartet’s upcoming EP Point of No Return, due for release on September 16th via Thousand Island Records. This is their first new material since 2014’s self released Never Again.
Check out the stream of My Own Way here and the EP’s cover art below.
Finnish punks Daggerplay have posted a video for their track Afterlife. The song is the third to be featured from their as-yet-untitled third full length, which is scheduled to drop at some point before the end of the year.
Check out the video for Afterlife below.
Phoenix/LA based psychedelic garage rock outfit The Darts have posted a video for their track The Cat’s Meow. The track is taken from the debut full length Me.Ow due for release at the end of September via Dirty Water Records (pre order here). The band have also announced a long run of US shows alongside Australian punks The Living End.
Check out the video for The Cats Meow and the full list of upcoming shows below
Welsh hardcore punk outfit Brutality Will Prevail have posted a video for their track Perpetual Lows. The song features on the band’s fifth full length Dark Places, which dropped back in March via Holy Roar Records. The band have also announced a run of UK shows alongside fellow Welshmen Rancour and Shropshire outfit Chamber.
Check out the video for Perpetual Lows and the details of all shows below.
California punk outfit Strung Out have announced a tour alongside psychobilly legend Reverend Horton Heat and funk punk rock pioneers Fishbone on select dates. The band are currently working on the follow up to 2015’s Transmission.Alpha.Delta, reportedly titled Black Out The Sky.
Check out the full list of dates below.
Punk legend Jello Biafra joined metal/hardcore punk supergroup Dead Cross onstage at the UC Theatre in Berkelely on Wed night to perform an updated version of the Dead Kennedy’s classic Nazi Punks Fuck Off.
Dead Cross (featuring Mike Patton (Faith No More, Mr.Bungle), Dave Lombardo (Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies & The Misfits reunion shows), Justin Pearson & Michael Crain (both of Retox) are currently out on a US/Canadian tour, details of which are listed below, along with the live video of Nazi Punks Fuck off.