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Go Die is for punk fans looking for something a little different. Consisting of only two members the band still manages to churn out pretty dynamic sounding tunes through insightful lyrics and electronic effects. They sorta remind me of a slightly more lo-fi version of Intro5pect meets early era Dwarves. Anyway, the duo released an album called "Nail House Rock" somewhat recently and you can stream and/or download it for free on their bandcamp. Check 'em out!
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MusicSheBlogged offers free download of new comp ft. songs from PEARS, Wolf-Face, Parasite Diet & more
Sheboygan, Wisconsin pop-punk act Jetty Boys have announced plans to release a new LP featuring tracks from split EPs and 7-inch records they’ve put out over the years, in addition to 4 brand new songs.
Jetty Boys released their latest full-length album Let ‘Er Rip! on August 7th, 2013 through Kid Tested Records.Add Jetty Boys to My Radar
The band recently signed to Rise Records with plans to put out a new full-length in the near future. Their latest full-length Freak Out! was released in 2012 on Fat Wreck Chords.Add Teenage Bottlerocket to My Radar
Potato Pirates sign to Warbird Entertainment for release of new album “Raised Better Than This,” offer free download of lead single
Denver punks Potato Pirates have signed to Warbird Entertainment with plans to release a new album titled Raised Better Than This on October 7th. And to celebrate the announcement, they’re offering the record’s lead single “Thinking About Drinking” up for free download!
You can snag the free mp3, watch a teaser video for the album, and check out its tracklist below.
We’ll keep you posted as more details on Raised Better Than This, which was recorded with Chris Fogal of The Gamits, come to light. The album will be Potato Pirates’ first full-length release in 3 years, serving as a follow-up to 2011′s Tried and True Black and Blue.Add Potato Pirates to My Radar
According to a recent Instagram post from frontman Dan “Soupy” Campbell, The Wonder Years have moved to a new practice space where they will soon begin writing a new full-length album! Here’s what Campbell had to say:
Since our last practice spot was condemned by the board of health, we’ll be writing our next record in this new luxurious practice space… until it too gets condemned by the board of health.
We’ll be sure to keep you posted as more details on a new album from The Wonder Years come to light. The band released their fourth full-length The Greatest Generation last May on Hopeless Records.Add The Wonder Years to My Radar
Atlanta metalcore group Issues have released performances of the songs “Life of a Nine” and “Never Lose Your Flames” that they did for BBC Radio 1.
Check them out below.
The two songs come from the band’s self-titled debut, which was released on February 18, 2014 on Rise Records. It was the follow-up release to the band’s 2012 EP, Black Diamonds.Add Issues to My Radar
The new record is set to be released on September 16th through Run For Cover Records. The band’s last release was a 7″ split with Anti-Flag that came out back in February.Add Hostage Calm to My Radar
The artwork for the new album is above. You can get a taste of the album by checking out the video for the new song “Separate Songs” here.
Restorations released their last album, LP2, back in April 2013 through SideOneDummy.Add Restorations to My Radar
Pop punk Southern Californians Forever Came Calling have released a new video for their song “Mapping With a Sense of Direction.”
Check it out below.
“Mapping With a Sense of Direction” comes from the bands’ upcoming album What Matters Most, which is set to be released on October 21st through Pure Noise Records.Add Forever Came Calling to My Radar