Music Video: Simmer (ambient-punk) – “Sinewy”

Cheshire ambient punkers Simmer have released a rather dark music video for a brand new song called “Sinewy”. The song is a previously unheard one from their upcoming LP Paper Prisms, accompanying 2 other tracks that the band has uploaded as a taste of things to come. You can take a look at the video and stream the other 2 songs below.

Paper Prisms will be the band’s first LP and scheduled for release on February 29th via Dog Knights Productions.

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Call To Reason (pop-punk) stream new EP “To Move On & Mend”

Montreal pop-bunkers Call To Reason have put their debut EP To Move On & Mend up for streaming over on their Bandcamp Page. The sounds of classic 90s pop-punk and the more modern take on the genre seem to be what these guys are after and they pull it off very nicely.

You can give the EP a listen below.

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Music Video: Black Coast (hardcore) – “Violence Reigns”

Stoke-on-Trent (England) based hardcore band Black Coast have revealed a brand new music video for their song “Violence Reigns”. This track is set to appear on their upcoming debut EP Crows of the North. You can take a look at the video below.

Crows of the North is scheduled for release on February 26th, 2016. The band will also be embarking on some UK tour dates, all of which you can see below.

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Big Brother (skacore) release lyric video for song “Corexit”

Toronto ‘Orwellian’ ska-core group Big Brother have released a lyric video for their song “Corexit”. This track was released as a single in December of 2014 and made an appearance on their EP They’re Watchingwhich was released in May 2015. You can check the video out below.

Big Brother’s last release included their 7″ split Core Principals, which was released in May 2015. They are currently working on a new LP, we will keep you updated as details come to light on that.

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Wayne Kennedy (acoustic punk) streaming new song “Anxiety”

Port Hope based acoustic/folk/punk aficionado Wayne Kennedy recently released a brand new song called “Anxiety”. The song, backed by a video, is one of his newer tracks set to appear on his upcoming EP Trainwrecks. Check it out below.

Trainwrecks has no official release date as of yet, stay tuned for details. It will serve as a follow-up to his debut self-titled EP, which was released last year.

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Music Video: Atreyu – “A Bitter Broken Memory”

California metal band Atreyu have premiered a music video for their song ”A Bitter Broken Memory”. You can check it out below.

“A Bitter Broken Memory” is taken from Atreyu’s latest album Long Live, which was released last September through Spinefarm/Search and Destroy Records, and is the band’s first studio album since 2009′s Congregation of the Damned.

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Implants (melodic punk) announce release details for new EP “The Golden Age”

Melodic punk veterans, Implants have announced the release of their new EP, ‘The Golden Age’ via Cyber Tracks. The record, due out late spring, will feature 5 new tracks and will be their first offering with Matt Riddle (Face to Face, No Use For a Name) bringing the bass.

Check out the full press release and track list below.

Implants last full length “From Chaos To Order” was released in 2013.

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Drowning (hardcore) announce debut album “Egotrip”, premiere music video for “Dead End”

Chicago based hardcore group Drowning are set to drop their debut album “Egotrip” on February 26th via Fast Break! Records.

If you like a good ol’ fashioned throwdown, check out the premiere for their video “Dead End” below.

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The Barren Marys Release Debut Music Video “Sober”

South Jersey punk band, The Barren Marys, have just released their debut music video on Blank TV. “Sober” features the band drinking, playing hard, and being completely rambunctious.

The video was filmed with “just an iPhone and a dream” according to drummer Corey Meyers. “Filmed at me and my wife’s house in south Jersey when we got snowed in,” he says. “Proof that talent and money have no place in rock music.”

If you want, you can check out the video for “Sober” below the cut.


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Local Resident Failure re-releasing debut album – “A Breath of Stale Air”

Australian skate punks Local Resident Failure are re-releasing their debut album, A Breath of Stale Air, this time on vinyl for the first time ever. The re-release follows the band’s highly-acclaimed sophomore album, This Here’s The Hard Part, which came out in March 2015.

The re-release is being put out by Australia’s Pee Records (pre-orders Monday here), with the UK/EU release being handled by Disconnect Disconnect Records (pre-orders Monday here), and the fine dudes at Oxford Records will be putting out the US release (pre-orders Monday here).

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Thief Club posts lyric video for new song – “Talk About Me”

Hit The Lights frontman Nick Thompson’s side project, Thief Club, has a lyric video out for their new song, “Talk About Me.” Check it out below.

The track, which features guest vocals from Matty Arsenault of A Loss For Words, comes from the band’s new album, Just Give Up, which is due out April 29th on We Are Triumphant Records. You can preorder it here.

The album serves as a follow up to Thief Club’s debut album, My Heavy, which came out in February 2014.

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General News
Members of AFI and No Doubt form new band


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AFI frontman Davey Havok apparently teamed up with three members of No Doubt (Adrian Young, Tom Dumont, Tony Kanal) to form a new band.

To the best of our knowledge, the band doesn’t have a name yet, but Billboard has confirmed they do have a completed album already.

Check out the full Billboard article right here.

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