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Tours: The Real McKenzies (Europe)

the-real-mckenziesLong running Celtic punk greats The Real McKenzies will be heading out for a European tour this Summer.  The band continues to support their new album, Two Devils Will Talk, which dropped back in March via Fat Wreck Chords (US) and Stomp Records (CAN).

Tour dates are below.

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Video: The Isotopes – D.O.A.

Isotopes 1994 WSCThe Isotopes have premiered a new music video for the song “D.O.A.”  The track appears on their latest LP, 1994 World Series Champions, which dropped on April 17, 2017 via Destiny Records in the UK and Europe, along with long term teammates, Stomp Records in Canada and the US. 

Watch a video for the song below courtesy PunkNews.

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The Isotopes Announce UK Tour With CJ Ramone

Isotopes CJ Ramone tour 17Canadian baseball punks, the Isotopes will be heading to the UK later this year in support of their short, sharp new album, 1994 World Series Champions, which is now available via Destiny Records (EU) and Stomp Records (CA/US). The Isotopes have pioneered the baseball punk movement and cultivated a faithful legion of baseball punks worldwide with their gritty, no bargain brand of juice injected buzzsaw pop punk and will be touring with the legendary CJ Ramone.
 
The Punk Site review of 1994 World Series Champions can be read here
 
The Isotopes tour dates with CJ Ramone can be viewed below

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Raygun Cowboys

Raygun Cowboys

The Cowboy Code

Stomp Records
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Rating: 4/5

 
 

 

 

When I think of Calgary, Alberta’s Raygun Cowboys, the first image that pops to mind is a larger than life, ten gallon hat sporting beef baron ready to sink his teeth into mouth watering Alberta-raised Angus steak.  In other words, it’s an image of a gut-bursting, Canadian cattle-ranch iteration of a late-career Elvis Presley.  While a curious imagery for sure, such a description is intended as an unlikely compliment to the country-infused, brass-based take on genre-bending psychobilly that is Raygun Cowboys.  

Their fourth full length, The Cowboy Code, combines a deep and confident country drawl with equal parts thumping upright bass and full horn section.  Vocalist Jon Christopherson’s deep, commanding baritone leads the charge amidst a backdrop of speedy, punked-up tempos.  Opener “It’s Coming Down” is a particularly rambunctious aural assault, with plenty of thumping and bumping that combines a smattering of influences from The Long Tall Texans to The Creepshow.  The guitar is quick landing, and various instrumental solos are forceful and snappy.  The track serves as a welcome initial shot of adrenaline, even if the general atmosphere cools off quickly thereafter.  

Subsequent tunes thump away at varying tempos as inspired by different genres.  Those like “Don’t Want You Anymore” and “One More Time” fuel their tank with anthemic “woah-oh-oah” driven choruses, while dusty saloon stompers like “Storm’s a Brewin” feed off heavy 50’s rockabilly rhythms.  And of course, all this happens under the support of the full brass section, with a particular shout-out to the strategically and skillfully inserted saxophone solos that just add that personalized, unmistakable Raygun Cowboys touch.  Perhaps one of the most unique applications of the brass section has to be the 80’s movie-inspired tune “Robocop.”  Those familiar with the iconic blockbuster will instantly succumb to nostalgia as the rolling bass and front and centre horn blasts emulate the memorable movie theme.  With their own twist of humourous commentary and movie sound-clips, Raygun Cowboys make an unconventional inspiration an undeniable album highlight.

Raygun Cowboys are a rare breed even within the narrow confines of their niche.  As The Cowboy Code demonstrates, Raygun Cowboys’ rich combination of brass meets psychobilly remains a unique Canadian prairie export well worth the cost of import.  The band’s last big refinement took place with 2015’s Heads Are Gonna Roll, and while the latest offering only offers minor tweaks to the now well established formula, The Cowboy Code is exemplary of a band that are clearly masters of their trade.

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Isotopes

1994 World Series Champions

Destiny Records / Stomp Records
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Rating: 4/5

 
 

 

 

The Isotopes are more of a loose collective rather than a band, since their inception over forty members have come and gone through the ranks, including members of some of Canada’s finest such as The Real McKenzies, Exploding Fuck Dolls, Vibrators, DOA, Nervous Talk and Dee Cracks. The Isotopes have now released their sophomore album, 1994 World Series Champions, today, the 14th April 2017, via Destiny Records in Europe and Stomp Records in North America, their latest full length follows on from their impressive debut, 2015’s Nuclear Strikezone

I’ll put my cards on the table before I get started, my knowledge of baseball is all gained from one episode The Simpsons, so to say the baseball references in this album are lost on me would be an understatement, but it does at least mean that I know the origin of the band’s name. Fortunately I do know an album of charged full tilt punk rock when I hear it, and that’s exactly what this is, from the opening short sharp shock of What We Do Ain’t Secret through to the superb closing track, Sandlot Party, this is ten tracks of Ramones influenced punk rock played exactly as it oughta be.

If you’re a fan of the likes of Teenage Bottlerocket, The Methadones and Masked Intruder, as well as the aforementioned Ramones, then this is an album that you will need in your life, unlike many sports albums or songs that are affiliated to one team this is more an album of punk rock that happens to have a baseball theme running through it. Whether you love baseball is incidental as this is ten tracks, that are delivered in around twenty minutes, of kick ass punk rock. Whilst reworking the Ramones trademark sound isn’t a new concept, if you’re going to do something you might as well do it well, and this is an album that is perfectly pitched, I knew I’d manage to get a baseball reference in there somewhere.

The Isotopes webstore can be found here and the Isotopes Punk Rock Baseball Club can be found on Facebook here

Isotopes Release ‘1994 World Series Champions’ Album

Isotopes 1994 WSCThe Isotopes have released their short, sharp new album, 1994 World Series Champions, the Canadian baseball-punks new full length is released via Destiny Records in Europe and Stomp Records in North America. 1994 World Series Champions is ten crushing baseball punk anthems that showcase the Isotopes’ vast baseball acumen and sharp clubhouse wit.

1994 World Series Champions can streamed via Spotify here

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The Isotopes Stream New LP In Full

Isotopes 1994 WSCThe Isotopes are streaming have launched a full stream of their upcoming album, 1994 World Series Champions, which is set to drop on April 17, 2017 via Destiny Records in the UK and Europe, along with long term teammates, Stomp Records in Canada and the US. 

Listen to the disc here courtesy New Noise Magazine.

Tours: Brutal Youth (Europe)

Brutal YouthToronto hardcore punk act Brutal Youth has announced that they will be hopping the pond for a tour of Europe this April.  The band released their latest full length, Sanguine, back in 2016 via Stomp Records

Tour dates are below.

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Lost Love – Here’s 15 Cents, Now We’re Even

Stomp RecordsLost Love have just released their video for their single “Here’s 15 Cents, Now We’re Even.”

The track comes from their sophomore album Comfortable Scars that was released last year throughStomp Records.

Watch the video below.

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The Real McKenzies

Two Devils Will Talk

STOMP Records (CAN) / Fat Wreck Chords (US)
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Rating: 3.5/5

 
 

 

 

What can I say about The Real McKenzies that hasn’t been said before?  The roughneck Vancouver-based crew of Celtic misfits have been an undeniable force in the global punk scene since the early 90’s and continue to build on their legacy with each passing album and release.  Their latest full length, Two Devils Will Talk, continues the brash bagpipe-meets-punk-rock formula that the band remains best known for.

Paul McKenzie’s unmistakable vocal presence sounds as weathered and energetic as ever, enhanced by a rasp bestowed by a lengthy career and the passage of time.  “We’ll march and we’ll never falter, side by side we’ll sing our song, let’s have a cheer for our fallen brethren, through us they will never die,” belts the band in a whiskey-drenched choral cry, reflecting The Real McKenzies’ stubborn, undying drive.  “Due West” launches into a quick-landing tempo that persists through the lion’s share of Two Devils Will Talk’s.  Make no mistake, Two Devils Will Talk is a quick and rambunctious beast, seldom pausing to catch its breath.  “Weyburn” and “One Day” further join in on the excitement, hammering through chorus and verse with a quick-paced melodic drive that is every bit as singable as it is sonically agile.  Later offerings like “Pedal,” “The Town” and “The Comeback” follow suit, with the latter trumpeting some seriously speedy riffs embodying the track’s message of resistance and longevity.  In terms of outright style, the disc feels markedly more Flatfoot 56 than Flogging Molly.  In other words, this time around, there is an undeniable punk-rock presence leading at the helm.

It isn’t until the hearty, wayward tune “Seafarers” that the boys embark on a mid-tempo adventure onto the high seas.  A classic Real McKenzies excursion chronicling a crew narrowly defying disaster.   Likewise, the nostalgic Stan Rogers Canadian acepella classic “Northwest Passage” marks a rare and powerful vocal-exclusive moment reminiscent of The Dreadnoughts, before transforming the colonial tale of “discovery” into a full-on punk tune.  It’s a great rendition of the song, even if the track’s romanticized view of colonial history has long since been challenged by historical scholarship.

As always, The Real McKenzies deliver a prime example of the fun to be had in the raucous world of Celtic punk.  Two Devils Will Talk reinforces that the sands of time have done little to dull The Real Mckenzies sharp edge.  While the album doesn’t necessarily differentiate itself from the band’s discography, Two Devils Will Talk is a case where more of the same is more than welcome when the product is so well founded.  Another worthwhile and entertaining offering by one of Celtic punk’s finest.

Isotopes – Legend Of George Brett

Isotopes 1994 WSCThe Isotopes are streaming a new song from their upcoming album, 1994 World Series Champions, which is set to drop on April 17, 2017 via Destiny Records in the UK and Europe, along with long term teammates, Stomp Records in Canada and the US. 

Watch a video for the song “Legend Of George Brett” below.

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Sammy Kay – Wanderlust

Sammy KaySammy Kay has announced plans for his next album.  The disc will be titled Untitled and is set to drop on April 7, 2017 via Stomp Records.  Sammy Kay last released Forth Street Singers back in 2015.

Listen to “Wanderlust” and make pre-orders here.

The Penske File Performs Session For The Rock Room

Penske FileBurlington, Ontario folk-punk trio The Penske File recently played played a song for a session at The Rock Room.  The session features the song “Party Time Liars” from their latest full length, Burn into the Earth, which is available now via Stomp Records.

Watch the video below.

The Real McKenzies Streaming New Album In Full

the-real-mckenziesLong running Celtic punk greats The Real McKenzies have premiered a full stream of their new album, Two Devils Will Talk, which is set for release on March 3, 2017 via Fat Wreck Chords (US) and Stomp Records (CAN).

Listen to the disc here courtesy Brooklyn Vegan.

The Isotopes Announce New LP ‘1994 World Series Champions’

Isotopes 1994 WSCThe Isotopes are back and about to step up to bat in fine form with their new album, 1994 World Series Champions, the album contains ten crushing baseball punk anthems that showcase the Isotopes vast baseball acumen and sharp clubhouse wit. The new album sees the Isotopes link up with Destiny Records in the UK and Europe, along with long term teammates, Stomp Records in Canada and the US. 

The Isotopes website can be found here

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Sammy Kay Announced New LP

Sammy KaySammy Kay has announced plans for his next album.  The disc will be titled Untitled and is set to drop on April 7, 2017 via Stomp Records.

Sammy Kay last released Forth Street Singers back in 2015.

Tours: The Isotopes

The IsotopesVancouver pop-punk baseball club The Isoptopes will be hitting the road in Canada and Europe as support for The Real McKenzies.  The band continues to support their recent 2015 full length, Nuclear Strikezone, out now on Stomp Records.

Tour dates can be found below.

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The Real McKenzies – Due West

the-real-mckenziesLong running Celtic punk greats The Real McKenzies have premiered a new song from their next full length.  The track is titled “Due West” and the disc will be titled Two Devils Will Talk, which is set for release on March 3, 2017 via Fat Wreck Chords (US) and Stomp Records (CAN).

Listen to the song below.

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Duotang

The New Occupation

Stomp Records
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Rating: 3.5/5

 
 

 

 

Winnipeg mod-rock, post-punk act Duotang won’t likely be a household name for that have entered the Canadian punk scene over the past ten years.  The Manitoban duo boasted a healthy following in the college rock scene right up to their 2002 hiatus.  A fifteen year hiatus can take a toll on a band’s reputation, and as someone who missed out on them the first time through, I haven’t stumbled across many reviewers citing Duotang in recent years.  That being said, when the band reunited twelve years later, the swaths of sold out shows clearly sparked an interest in their dormant fanbase.

Fast forward a couple of years and Duotang return to the studio to record their first new album in over fifteen years.  The result, The New Occupation, maintains the spirit of Duotang’s legacy, but brings their somewhat dated, turn of the century college mod-rock sound firmly into the present.  Curiously, the band acknowledges their new reality in opener “Nostalgia’s A Vice” in a direct reference to nothing being the same since 2001 – the year they released their final album before taking a break.  “You’ve got to move on, explore the options, and embrace, something new,” sings the band in nasally vocal style brings to mind labelmate Jesse LeBourdais.  The message of moving out of nostalgia’s shadow seems to be directed at themselves, serving as a fitting precursor to an album that lives in the present rather than rekindling a past flame.

The most immediately noticeable example of Duotang’s contemporary approach runs through The New Occupation as an overall richness of sound.  For a two person act, the band adds additional layers of instrumentation and production that simply wouldn’t have happened back in the college circuit in the late 90’s.  Just listen to the bursting horns bolstering the chorus melody of the title track, and the intermittent but invigorating organ blasts livening up “Karma Needs To Come Around.”  Both harmonize naturally alongside the thick bass grooves that Duotang executes so well.  The album also benefits from quite an array of tempo shifts, from the quick buoyant energy pulsing through “Prisoner’s Dilemma,” to the thoughtful, reserved pacing of “The Happening” and “Quite Content In The Rut.”  Simply put, Duotang exhibit an admirable depth of personality and songwriting.

Overall, Duotang offer a convincing argument for their reunion and return to the studio.  The New Occupation offers more than a mere flashback or nostalgia trip – it makes Duotang relevant again.  The only significant criticism speaks to the style itself.  If you’re not into the mod-rock scene, The New Occupation won’t likely change your view.  But even so, the band draws upon enough elements of post-punk and pop-rock to land some darn catchy choruses that may bridge that divide.  Easily worth checking out for newcomers and a no brainer for returning fans.

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Brutal Youth

Sanguine

Stomp Records
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Rating: 4/5

 
 

 

 

Wasting no time since the release of their breakout EP, Bottoming Out, Newfoundland hardcore act Brutal Youth signed on with Montreal punk label Stomp Records for their next instalment.  Entitled Sanguine, the LP capitalizes on the four-piece’s penchant for balancing rough cut hardcore punk with a melodic intent.  The tracks range from short bursts of rage-fueled aggression, to anthemic barking calls for social mobilization.  

The album opens with a rough barking roar, sure to intimidate those with soft bellies and a weak constitution.  Brutal Youth set the tone as one of offence – assailment over defence, initiative over reaction.  These boys don’t subscribe to social pleasantries.  Case and point: the breakneck pace and forceful vocal onslaught of “Denial,” which plateaus in an aggressive anthemic call to open your eyes and look past the lies we feed ourselves.  With the tone firmly set, “Chlorine” follows with abrasive riffs raging against a bout of rattling, brash drums.  Others like “Anger,” “Hostile Work Environment,” and “Bargaining” plough onwards like a sole survivor clinging to life in an apocalyptic city.  Simply put, it’s a classic case of Black Flag, Outbreak – and any number of 80’s inspired hardcore punk acts – done right.  

But Sanguine is more than just firsts and fury.  In particular, the Brutal Youth hints at their melodic underlay in the conventional chorus-verse format of bass-heavy tracks like “The King” and “Whiteway.”  Used sparingly, the band proves masters of pacing.  Tracks like “Rogue Thoughts” and “Whiteways” bridge melody and chaos with a tactful insertion of “woah-oah” laden choruses and bass-thumping intros.  Such fleeting pop-punk elements strategically serve as a crack of light faintly illuminating a dark room – bringing the bigger picture into clearer focus.

On a thematic note, the band organized the album around these of loss.  The tracks “Denial,” “Anger,” “Bargaining,” “Depression,” and “Acceptance” take their names from the sequence composing the grieving process.  Death and loss seem to be lurking around every corner, but the promise of emerging from personal despair seems to frame Sanguine’s overall album arc.  For a genre that often gets branded as “simplistic” by outsiders, Brutal Youth set the bar high in achieving overarching themes through consistently purposeful execution.

Overall, Brutal Youth continue to move in new and exciting directions, while maintaining the raw, aggressive attitude that originally saw them stand out from the pack.  If Bottoming Out marked their best work at the time, then Sanguine climbs yet another step of the ladder with no ceiling in sight.  Brutal Youth have come along way since their simplistic beginnings.  Here’s to hoping that their ascent continues with all the passion and ambition behind Sanguine.

Video: Brutal Youth – Hostile Work Environment

Brutal YouthToronto hardcore punk act Brutal Youth has premiered a new music video.  The video features the song “Hostile Work Environment” which appears on their new full length, Sanguine, available now via Stomp Records

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Tours: The Isotopes / Face To Face / Chixdiggit! (Canada)

The IsotopesVancouver pop-punk baseball club The Isoptopes will be hitting the road as support for separate Face To Face and Chixdiggit! concerts for select Canadian dates, along with a few solo shows.  The band continues to support their recent 2015 full length, Nuclear Strikezone, out now on Stomp Records.

Tour dates can be found below.

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K-Man & The 45's

Self Titled

Stomp Records
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Rating: 3.5/5

 
 

 

 

K-Man & The 45’s proudly flaunt their Montreal born and bred third wave ska prowess on their third full length and Stomp Records debut.  The self-titled album not only serves as a steady reminder as to the long running independent label’s legacy, but also serves as a welcome reminder that the always innovative contemporary Montreal music scene remembers its roots.  Playing a knee-jerking, elbow-swinging brand of upstroke heavy ska-punk, fans of 90’s staples like Mustard Plug, Skankin’ Pickle and Buck-O-Nine will rejoice as they dust off their pork-pie hats, dawn their blues brothers era glasses, and skank along to each brass backed beat.

K-Man & The 45’s are to ska what shorts are to summer – a natural and incredibly comfortable fit.  Steady bounding upstrokes and sharp trumpet blasts propel opener “They Gotta Know” into instant energy.  The infectious rhythm is so immediately catchy that it stands to involuntarily trigger the muscles of anyone foolish enough to resist.  With a closing bridge melding an eclectic mix of rockabilly and surf guitar, K-Man & the 45’s demonstrates a keen knowledge of their craft.  Further, the call to break from the everyday grind with its faceless radio soundtrack and give it all up in the name of the gods of ska frames the album’s enlivening spirit to the core.  The party rages on into “Poppy’s Back in Town” with plenty of organ bursts accompanying Kman’s nasally, Mustard Plug influenced performance, while the brass section clearly takes the fore in “I Don’t Mind.”  

It isn’t until “Rudy Don’t Smoke” that the band changes gears, drawing upon a darker, murkier atmosphere achieved through a haze of low-spoken backing vocals and saxophone solos.  Neighbouring tune “PIece Of The Action” smartly plays off this subtle twist as the long-drawn brass takes on somewhat of a bluesy, film noir personae, while “Space Thriller” pushes even a step farther with echoing vocals that echo the track’s sense of mystery and seduction.  The slight stylistic reorientation maintains continuity with the lively opening tracks, but really pays hommage to the brass era without treading too far (akin to similar tangents of late-career Buck-O-Nine).

By the time the album wraps up, K-Man & the 45’s have skanked their way to the finish line in grand fashion.  While the band takes a safe a approach to familiar sound, their expert execution and emerging subtleties make for an invigorating listen that confidently holds up to the genre’s legacy acts.  The Montreal five-piece has picked a fine piece of work to represent their self-titled effort, and is sure to garner attention from longtime ska fans and newcomers alike.  

Brutal Youth Full Album Stream

Brutal YouthToronto hardcore punk act Brutal Youth is streaming their upcoming full length, Sanguine, which is set to drop on Sept 23, 2016 via Stomp Records. Coinciding with the announcement the band is streaming their first single, “The King.”

Listen to the full disc here.

Brutal Youth Announces New LP; Streams First Track

Brutal YouthToronto hardcore punk act Brutal Youth has announced details for the release of their next album.  The disc will be titled Sanguine and is set to drop on Sept 23, 2016 via Stomp Records. Coinciding with the announcement the band is streaming their first single, “The King.”

Listen to the song below along with the track listing.

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Fire Next Time Announce International Tour

Fire Next TimeEdmonton, Alberta’s dark force of existentialism and folk punk fury, Stomp Records artists Fire Next Time have just unveiled plans for their most ambitious tour to date. The three continent-spanning tour is in support of their recently released vinyl version of Cold Hands and mark the first time the band has performed together overseas. 

Beginning in their home base of Edmonton, the band will head east across Canada before heading overseas to visit Russia and Eastern Europe, returning to Canada for the final dates. The tour will wrap up in time for the band to prepare for their first appearance at The Fest in Florida. 

The vinyl release comes from Ghost Buffalo Records and comes in two variants, smoke grey and electric orange.

Full tour dates can be seen below:

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Dig It Up

Dig It Up

Bad Water

STOMP Records
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Rating: 3/5

 
 

 

 

If you’re looking for a blend of hardnosed rock and hardcore, then look no further than Montreal’s Dig it Up for a gratifying fix.  Belted lyrics and full bodied riffs make for an aggressive and unapologetic output.  The band’s latest full length, Bad Water, easily furthers the four-piece’s reputation with twelve new rapid fire tracks sure to push their audience to their feet with their fists raised to the sky.

 Bad Water rips open with a warrior’s battle cry fervently proclaiming that the only rule is that there are no rules.  The aptly titled “Anything Goes” validates the very human need to just unload the tension welling within after the suffocating grip of a tough week.  “I’m hanging from the ceiling, bouncing off the walls… I’ve lost control… I won’t apologize,” shouts the band in a throaty show of defiance.  The level of distain and disillusionment continues into “You’ll Get Cursed Out,” in which the band speaks out against the inaction of civil debate with an ill-informed populace (“No rationale, you’re mouth keeps running and nobody learns a thing”).  The discontent amps up further in “Tell A Hard Luck Story” as they outright reject the pleas of those in the throws of hardship due to their own poor decisions, wagging a disapproving finger in lines like “If you had made better decisions, you would be in a better position.”  Further, tracks like “Afraid” and “Danger” plummet into the dark void of fear, as Dig It Up explores how ominous truths can rock the very foundation of one’s existence.

 The sincerity of such fear and resistance bleeds through in the steadfast musical accompaniment. The tracks predominantly crawl at a forceful pace, forcing listeners against an inescapable wall of crunching guitar and thunderous bass in the same vein as Death by Stereo.  A southern disposition slips into the guitars for their big hard rock solos and various bridges.  For instance, a mid-song departure in “Keep Away” places the spotlight squarely on southern hard rock guitar with grand attitude and effect.  The mood seldom strays from this rock hard path, so those looking for hidden surprise would be better suited reevaluating their expectations and raising their stamina.

 Overall, Bad Water continues Dig It Up’s firm march forward as a forceful hard rock and hardcore act to be reckoned with. Bad Water doesn’t trigger any startling revelations, instead opting to further refine their take on the classic hardcore formula previously explored in Manners.  Catchy, aggressive, and unrelenting. 

Video: The Isotopes – Hasta La Vista

The IsotopesVancouver pop-punk baseball club The Isoptopes has premiered a new music video.  The video features the song “Hasta La Vista” from their 2015 full length, Nuclear Strikezone, out now on Stomp Records.

Watch the video below.  Check out our review of the album here.

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Video: Lost Love – Scotch n’ Soda

Stomp RecordsLost Love have just released their video for their single Scotch n’Soda.

The track comes from their sophomore album ‘‘Comfortable Scars’‘ that was just released through Stomp Records.

The band is currently touring Europe in support of the album.

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Lost Love announces canadian tour

Lost loveLost Love announced a Canadian tour that’s gonna take place from April 21st to May 15th to support their upcoming new album “Comfortable Scars,” set to for an April 22, 2016 release.

Tour dates are below.

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Video: The Beatdown – Sailing The Sea

The Beatdown Meets Hugo MudieMontreal Reggae outfit The Beatdown has premiered a new music video.  The video features the song “Sailing The Sea,” which appears on their latest album, The Beatdown Meets Hugo Mudie, available now via STOMP Records.

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