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Crab Legs​/​Bottle Kids​/​CUT UP​/​Drunk​-Dial (pop-punk/skate punk) stream new four-way split

Bay Area’s Cut Up are currently streaming their four-way split with Fargo’s Crab Legs, Chicago’s Bottle Kids, and fellow bay area punks Drunk-Dial. You can stream it below.

The four-way split, released last Friday, has been in the works since 2015. Well worth the wait!



D16 (Greek streetpunk) stream new single “Time Limit”

Greek streetpunk band D16 are streaming a brand new single, “Time Limit,” from their upcoming album. You can listen to it below.

This is the second single D16 has released this year. You can listen to their previous track, “Payment,” here.



Breakin’ Even Fest releases new promotional trailer

Washington D.C.’s Breakin’ Even Fest has released a new trailer to promote the second installment of their annual shindig. You can watch it below.

The trailer features clips of every act featured on the festival set to Worriers track, “Most Space.” The festival runs May 5th and 6th, and you can find out more about it here.



The Siknotes (punk, UK) release video for “Drunk and Dischorderly” and announce European tour dates

UK session-core punks The Siknotes have released a video for their track “Drunk and Dischorderly”. The tune is from a forthcoming album, which is due for release via Morning Wood Records later this summer. The visuals have been directed by the band’s tour driver, Dave, and the track itself was recorded by King Awesome aka Cadefunk. 

Along with the video release, the band are embarking on a European tour this May and June, which will see them hit up nine cities. If you’re planning on getting out and watching The Siknotes on their “Getting Schwifty Tour”, or want to watch “Drunk and Dischorderly” ahead of the record’s full release, just take a look below.



War On Women release new video for “Second Wave Goodbye”

War on Women have released a new video, for “Second Wave Goodbye”. The track is from their self-titled, Bridge 9 Records album, which came out back in 2015.

You can watch the video below.



Better Days (Hardcore, Missouri) release new EP “Sussudio Arc”

St Louis based old school hardcore exports Better Days have self-released a pay-what-you-want, 5 song EP via Bandcamp. You can have a listen to the whole thing below.

The band have also released a tape split with Chaos Order, available now.



Lost In Society announce new 2 song 7″

Lost In Society have announced a limited edition, red transparent 7″ flexi vinyl. The release includes two new songs, “Kid” and “True”, which were recorded with Pete Steinkopf of The Bouncing Souls. The flexi will be released May 12th, and can be pre-ordered through the band’s merch store.

The band embark on a lengthy tour alongside the release – including a short run with Face To Face. Full dates are below.



Insanity (Hardcore, CH) release new video “Down”

Swiss hardcore exports Insanity have released a video for new single “Down”. The track is taken from upcoming album “Toss A Coin”, out on May 26th via Bastardized Recordings.

There are a number of album pre-order packages up now. You can watch the video below.



PMX (skate punk, Scotland) announce European tour dates

Scottish skate punk four piece PMX have announced a European tour kicking off this May. The band will play a total of twelve dates across the continent, with supports to be confirmed.

If you’re hoping to catch PMX on the road, check out the tour poster below to see if their heading to your town.



Society’s Ills (punk, Montreal) announce full-length album “Stumble”

Montreal punk rockers Society’s Ills have announced that their latest full-length record, Stumble, will be released on June, 10th, 2017. If you can’t wait that long, the band are allowing fans to stream two of the tracks from the pending album below.

Stumble will be the first new music from Society’s Ills since their 2013 effort, Adversity.



The Sewer Rats (pop punk, Germany) stream video for “I don’t like you (When your girl’s around)”

German melodic pop punksters The Sewer Rats are streaming their new video for track “I don’t like you (When your girl’s around)”. The tune is taken from the band’s 2017 record Heartbreaks and Milkshakes out on Rookie Records.

You can enjoy the video below.



Brown Bear Records (punk/emo/experimental) release benefit cassette for Record Store Day

To celebrate Record Store Day 2017, Chicagoland’s Brown Bear Records have released a brand new compilation tape, featuring staff picks from the label’s entire catalog. The cassette is entitled “What A Mess” and can be purchased here.

All proceeds from the tape will benefit the Northwest Community Hospital Cancer Patient Assistance Fund.



Coliseum part ways; frontman Ryan Patterson announces new project, Fotocrime

Sad news for fans of Louisville-based hardcore band Coliseum, though many of their fans no doubt expected it. It seems the trio decided to part ways some time ago, but only decided to make it publicly official recently. Here’s former frontman Robert Patterson:

Near the end of 2015, Coliseum quietly decided to end our twelve year run and the band went on indefinite hiatus. Because it felt so personal, we chose to not publicly announce it at the time. Soon after, I began work on my next musical endeavor: Fotocrime…Your support of Coliseum throughout the years was so greatly appreciated and I look forward to many new adventures with Fotocrime. All my love. – R.

PS. Please be sure to support Kayhan and Carter in their current bands Yautja and Null, respectively.

For a taste of what Patterson (now going by the name Robert Pattern) has been up to, you can check out the new Fotocrime track, “Always Hell,” below. It’s from their upcoming debut 7-inch/digital EP of the same name, which is due out May 12th. Pre-orders are available here.

Fotocrime also announced a few upcoming shows, where they’ll appear in support of Russian Circles. Dates are below the video!



Initial lineup for Fest 16 announced

The initial lineup for Fest 16 has been announced! Bands playing the 2017 edition of the massive Gainesville punk festival include Against Me! (playing Reinventing Axl Rose in its entirety), 88 Fingers Louie, Smoking Popes, The Lillingtons, Mustard Plug, and many others.

Many of the bands playing this year’s Pre-Fest Ybor City have also been announced.

The currently lineups for Fest 16 (October 27-29) and Pre-Fest 5 (October 25-26) can be viewed below. For more info, visit the festival’s official website.

We’ll keep you posted as more bands are announced and schedules are revealed.



The Flatliners release “Hang My Head” video

Toronto punks The Flatliners have released a music video for “Hang My Head”, taken from their new album Inviting Light. You can check it out below.

Inviting Light came out on April 7th and is The Flatliners’ first album on Rise Records. It follows their 2013 LP Dead Language, which was released through Fat Wreck Chords.