Louise Distras has announced two Nu Punk UK shows in London and Manchester. These shows are bringing together grime and punk acts and throwing in a dash of poetry against the backdrop of broken Britain. The shows will also feature Kent punk/grime collective Riskee & the Ridicule, London punks The Kenneths and in London will also include grime outfit The Collective and in Manchester all-girl punks Witch Fever complete the line up.
Tickets are available here, and check out the tour poster below.
North Carolina alt-punk outfit Wolves & Wolves & Wolves & Wolves have announced a short run of US Shows alongside UK alt-rockers The Run Up. The tour kicks off in October and culminates with shows at The Fest in Gainsville. Wolves(x4) are currently recording their contribution to a split with Mixtape Saints (release date TBC) whilst The Run Up are putting the finishing touches on their debut full length which is should be available at the shows.
Check out the full list of dates below.
Northern Irish math rockers And So I Watch You From Afar have announced details for a ffth full length. The album will be titled The Endless Shimmering and is due out October 20th, 2017 via Sarget House. Ahead of the street date the band are streaming the first single A Slow Unfolding of Wings.
The band has also announced an autumn tour, check out the dates and the stream the single below.
Austin, TX power pop outfit Forever Starts Today have posted a video for Last One Standing, the latest track to be featured from their upcoming debut LP Always Hope, dropping Aug 25th via Third String Records. The quintet will be hitting the road for a short run of shows in support of the record later this month.
Check out the video for Last One Standing and details of the band’s upcoming shows below.
Detroit metalcore outfit I Prevail have posted a video for Lifelines. This is the title track from their most recent full length, which dropped back in October of last year via Fearless Records. This follows the news of their Rage on the Stage tour, which kicks off next month.
Check out the video for Lifelines below.
Boston garage rockers Muck and the Mires have announced a short run of European shows kicking off next month which will see them cover 4 countries in 8 days. Support on all dates will come from fellow garage rockers The Cavemen and Les Grys Grys.
The band’s latest release was 2015’s Dial M for Muck, released via Dirty Water Records and you can check out the full list of shows below.
London based street punks Booze & Glory have announced a series of shows across Europe in November. The three week tour sees them hit 5 countries, playing a mix of club and festival dates in support of their latest full length (which is killer!) Chapter IV, released back in Feb via Burning Heart Records.
Check out the full list of shows, and the bands most recent video for Simple below.
Minneapolis, MN power pop trio The Chinchees have posted a video for their track Your Life is a Waiting Room. The song features on the band’s debut self titled full length, out now via Dirt Cult Records.
Check out the video and the band’s upcoming tour dates below.
Following the news of their short run of shows across NYC, heavy alt-rock trio Between The Rain are streaming their brand new single 44. The song was inspired by a relative band member’s true life WWII experience.
Check out the stream of 44 below.
Baltimore hardcore act End It are streaming their debut EP in full. The self titled offering also has a physical release on cassette via Flatspot Records (Buy Here).
Check out the full EP stream here, thanks to New Noise Magazine.
Salt Lake City, UT’s Heartless Breakers are streaming their new single Procrastination. This is the trio’s first new music since 2015’s full length The Great Give Back (Animal Style Records). Lead vocalist Chase Griffiths has said this about the track and the time passed since their last release:
“We needed to step away from the band to focus on our lives outside of music…We weren’t in a position to put the band first and we didn’t want to rush releasing new music for the sake of staying active. Things just didn’t feel right.”
The band are promising more new material this autumn, and you can check out the stream of Procrastination below.
Dutch metal outfit For I Am King have announced their first ever run of shows in Japan. The tour kicks off in November and sees the band playing 5 shows in 5 days. The band are out in support of their debut full length Daemons, released last year via Redfield Records.
Check out details of the tour and their most recent video for The Crone below.
LA based alternative rock outfit Anson have announced that their debut EP To Be or Nothing at All is due to drop on Sept 29th (Pre-Orders here). Ahead of the street date, the trio have posted a video for the title track and vocalist Anson Li has said this about the inspiration behind the songs on the EP:
“To Be or Nothing at All is about living at the crossroads of my life and dealing with the daily struggles with self identity, self doubt, and depression that come with that. The EP tells a story of how I dealt with these issues and gained strength to choose a path and move forward in my life. This EP is a testament to the fact you can’t live your whole life stuck at the crossroads. You have to make a choice because not making a choice is just as bad as making the wrong one. In life you have to stand up for what you believe in, don’t be scared to fail and go for it. Follow your dreams. Taking leaps of faith is terrifying, but at the end of the day when you do it, everything in your life aligns together and it’s pure bliss”
Check out the video for To Be or Nothing at All below.
Norwich alt rock outfit Prey Drive have announce a run of shows across the UK and Europe kicking off in September. The band will be out in support of their debut EP Tabula Rasa, which dropped back in June.
Check out the full list of shows and the video for the band’s recent single More Than Magic below.
NYC based heavy alt-rock trio Between The Rain have announced a short run of shows across their home city and are streaming their latest single Mudroom.
Check out the details of their upcoming shows and the stream of Mudroom below.
Connecticut indie rock outfit Queen Moo (which features ex members of Sorority Noise) are streaming their new single Come Through. The track features on the quartet’s sophomore full length Mean Well, which is due to drop on August 25th via Topshelf Records.
Check out the stream of Come Through below.
Sydney, Au post-metalcore band Sienna Skies have posted a new video for There’s No Place Like…, a track taken from their 2016 full length A Darker Shade of Truth for InVogue Records. The band are also about to embark on a run of shows across Australia supporting American emo outfit Hawthorne Heights.
Check out the video for There’s No Place Like… and the full list of shows below.
Fort Collins, CO alt rock outfit Shatterproof have announced a series of US shows being billed as the ‘Opposites Attract’ tour. The quintet are out in support of their recent self titled EP which was released via Revival Recordings. The tour sees the band out with Seattle metal outfit Avoid (formerly known as Avoid the Void).
Check out Shatterproof’s latest video for Cookie Cutter Life and the details of the tour below.
Jacksonville, FL post-metalcore outfit Phantoms are streaming their new EP Screaming on the Inside. The 7-track offering is due to be released on August 25th via Outerloop Records (pre-orders here) and drummer Patrick Gale had this to say about the EP:
“This album was a product of several years of work. We as a band overcame obstacle after obstacle and worked countless hours, losing sleep, spending every dime we have in our pockets, and sacrificing any free time that we had. Without the help of Drew, Kile, Mike, and everyone else out the Outerloop offices we wouldn’t be anywhere close to where we are today. We hope you guys enjoy this album as much as we enjoy playing and we hope to see you all soon out on the road!”
Check out the stream of Screaming on the Inside here thanks to Alternative Press.
Boston’s Justine and the Unclean are streaming their new 7″ EP Love Got Me Into This Mess b/w Passive Aggressive Baby. The single dropped on August 12th via Rum Bar Records and the band’s debut full length Get Unclean is due for release on the same label later this autumn.
Check out the EP’s stream here, thanks to the good folks over at New Noise Magazine.
Chicago based pop punk band High Wire have announced that their new EP Different Places is due for release on Sept 8th. This is the quartet’s follow up to their 2015 EP Caught Up in Everything and latest release since a split with Summer Wars back in January.
A short run of run of shows across the US midwest to support the EP will follow (details TBC).
Florida emo/punk outfit Fame on Fire have posted a video for their track For You. The song is taken from their most recent release, the Transitions EP which dropped back in May.
Check out the video of For You below.
Brisbane, Au punk rockers Satellites have posted a video for their track Thread. The song is taken from their upcoming Black Dog EP, which is due to be released on Sept 22nd. Vocalist Mitch Chamberlain has said this about the single:
“‘Thread’ is about my struggle to come to terms with the fact that I may just have to accept the mould that society has chosen for me. Maybe I was never presented with the opportunity, or maybe, I just didn’t have the guts to do what needed to be done to get where I wanted to be. And maybe now I’ve run out of time.”
Check out the video for Thread below.
Norwich, UK alt rock outfit Young States have posted a video for their latest single Over It By Now. The track is taken from the quartet’s upcoming EP Past Truths, Present Lies, which is due to drop on Sept 29th.
Check out the video for Over It By Now below.
Canadian alt-rock outfit CRNKSHFT have announced a run of shows across their home country kicking off in September, following a single festival date this month. The quintet’s latest release is a self-titled EP that dropped back in March.
Check out their latest video for Systematic, am EP stream and the full list of upcoming shows below.
Northern England punk and roll outfit The Main Grains have announced a new 3 track EP The Rain is Over Now is due to drop on November 7th. This is a fully DIY effort and pre-orders are available now directly from the band.
Check out the EP’s cover art and track list as well as the band’s latest video for Spend Your Money below.
Mutation, an extreme noise rock/punk/metal collaboration between Ginger Wildheart, Scott Lee Andrews (Exit International) which also included contributions from Devin Townsend and Phil Campbell are hitting the road in the autumn for a run of UK shows.
The full list of tour dates (including Facebook Events & Ticket links) can be found below.
Minneapolis grunge punks The Slow Death are streaming their new LP Punishers in full thanks to the good folks over at New Noise Magazine. Punishers is the band’s 3rd full length and dropped back on July 21st via Rad Girlfriend Records.
Check out the stream of Punishers here, and you can buy the LP here.
UK underground punk legend Billy Childish has announced that his latest band Wild Billy Childish & CTMF are released their new LP Brand New Cage on September 29th via Damaged Goods Records. The records is the band’s fifth release in 5 years and follows 2016’s SQ1.
Ahead of the release date the band are streaming Are You Better Than Me, which you can check out below, along with the cover art and track list for Brand New Cage.
Michigan metalcore outfit I Prevail have announced a run of autumn shows being billed as the Rage on the Stage tour. The quartet are still out on back of their debut full length Lifelines (Fearless Records, 2016), and support on all dates will come from fellow metalcore-ers We Came As Romans, The Word Alive, and Escape The Fate.
Check out the full list of dates below.
Montreal alt-punk trio The Spinoff are streaming their debut single Something Buried. The band were born from the ashes of Red October and vocalist / guitarist Ben Cardilli had this to say about the track:
“It’s a song about all the stages of a band breakup, from reviewing who contributed what to the kind of purgatory that follows, to finally deciding upon ways to let the dust settle and move forward.”
The band are currently working on a full length record which we will hopefully see this year, and you can check out the stream of Something Buried below.