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Dead Rejects (skacore) premiere new song “Burning Bridges” off upcoming split with Positive Junk

Today we’re stoked to bring you the premiere of a brand new skacore jam from New Jersey’s Dead Rejects. The song is titled “Burning Bridges” and it will appear on an upcoming split with UK based ska punks Positive Junk. Give it a listen below!

The split should be released in the next few weeks and will contain 10 new tracks (5 from each band).


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Titus Andronicus release video for “69 Stones” off upcoming album “S+@dium Rock:Five Nights at the Opera”

New Jersey punk group Titus Andronicus have released a new song and an accompanying video. The song is called “69 Stones” and it comes off of their upcoming album “S+@dium Rock: Five Nights at the Opera” which is set to drop July 29th via Merge Records.

You can watch the video below.

Their most recent album “The Most Lamentable Tragedy”, which came out in 2015, was really good and, in my opinion, this one will be even better. We will keep you updated as the date nears but while you wait, click here to watch their video for “Sun Salutation” and “[No Future] Part V”.


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Good4Nothing (melodic punk) release video for “Signals” off upcoming EP “Days”

Japanese melodic punk band Good4Nothing have premiered a music video for their new song “Signals”. Sounds awesome right?! You can watch the video below.

The song is on their upcoming EP “Days” that will be out on July 6th.


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Punk Rock Bowling Festival: Day Three – Flogging Molly, Face To Face, Dag Nasty, Strung Out, Off With Their Heads, Giuda, Louise Distras, Sic Waiting, Rayner

Partying ’til the wee hours had apparently caught up with everyone on Day Three as the early afternoon kicked off to lightly attended Punk Rock Pool Parties and pre-fest shows all around Downtown Las Vegas. Hell, most folks didn’t show up to the festival proper until closer to 4pm, well after the opening acts had completed their sets. Some of our staffers were also moving a little slow that morning as well. Luckily they made it in time to cover almost all of the acts. Check out our coverage of the third and final day of Punk Rock Bowling 2016 below!


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Riverboat Gamblers stream “Massive Fraud”

Riverboat Gamblers have returned with a track called “Massive Fraud.” Also included was a b-side cover of “Hate The Police” by the Dicks. The tracks premiered on Noisey with an interview of Mike Wiebe that you can check here. The tracks, as always, are below.

Riverboat Gamblers’ last release was the “Time to Let Her Go”/”I Wanna Destroy You” single in 2015.


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The Brass Action Release Music Video For “Good Intentions, Wrong Directions”

Ska-punks The Brass Action have released a video for “Good Intentions, Wrong Directions.” It’s an interesting video to say the least. Check it out below.

The Brass Action’s last release was “No Soundcheck” (August 2015) the album that “Good Intentions, Wrong Directions” is from.


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Problem Daughter (Dying Scene Records) release music video for “Dracula On A Budget” ahead of tour with Direct Hit!

Ever wonder what it would be like to catch Salt Lake City punk act Problem Daughter live? Me too! Luckily, for those of us on the East Coast we’ll get the chance to see them with none other than Direct Hit! and Pkew Pkew Pkew in July. Until then the band is giving us the next best thing; a music video for their new track “Dracula On A Budget” featuring a bunch of live show footage.

Check out the video and the band’s upcoming tour dates below.

“Dracula On A Budget” appears on Problem Dauthter’s brand new album, “Fits of Disorganized Boredom” released by the exceptionally good looking folks at Dying Scene Records. We strongly recommend you give the entire album a listen here and find out what all the hype is about.


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Trash Boat stream new album “Nothing I Write You Can Change What You’ve Been Through”

UK pop-punks Trash Boat released the excellently-titled “Nothing I Write You Can Change What You’ve Been Through” on the 17th. Now the whole record is streaming at their bandcamp. Check it out below.

Trash Boat’s last release was the “Brainwork” EP in May 2015.


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The Interrupters stream “On A Turntable” from upcoming album “Say It Out Loud”

Ska-punks The Interrupters have dropped a new song off their upcoming record Say It Out Loud. called “On A Turntable.”

This tune is much less ska than most of the band’s material, but vocalist Aimee Interrupter’s voice is great and very reminiscent of Brody Dalle’s Distillers days. Check the track out below.

Say It Out Loud will be released June 24th through Hellcat Records.


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The Enders release “Our Mothers Are Calling” for OneOrlando Fund

Indiana’s The Enders have released a song (“Our Mothers Are Calling”) on their bandcamp for the OneOrlando Fund, following the shooting at Pulse earlier this month.  The page includes an explanation of why they wrote the song, as well as full lyrics to it. One hundred percent of the proceeds will go to the OneOrlando Fund and other LGBT charities.

You can hear the song below, but we urge you to spend the two dollars for a good cause. 


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Descendents talk about new album “Hypercaffium Spazzinate”

The members of Descendents were recently interviewed by Rolling Stone, where they talked about the lyrics, musical direction and inspiration behind their long-awaited new album Hypercaffium Spazzinate. Guitarist Karl Alvarez states:

“I think there’s quite a bit on the record that’s kind of unflinchingly looking at getting older. And it’s nice because I think a lot of rock bands aren’t very honest about that; they all want to exist in some universe where they’re perpetually between the ages of 21 and 35. We’re codgers; we’re not afraid to admit it.”

Hypercaffium Spazzinate is set for a July 29th release on Epitaph Records. It will be their first studio album since 2004′s Cool to Be You, and their first on Epitaph since 1996′s Everything Sucks.


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Video: PEARS play “I Love My Kennel” on Little Elephant Sessions

Last week, Ohio recording studio Little Elephant posted a video of PEARS playing their song “Green Star” live, in-studio. Now they’ve posted a video of the band performing “I Love My Kennel.” Check it out below.

PEARS released their latest album Green Star on April 1st through Fat Wreck Chords. The band will be touring the UK with The Bouncing Souls this August.


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