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Buster Shuffle (UK Ska) release video for “I Don’t Trust A Word You Say”

London ska act Buster Shuffle have released a video for their song “I Don’t Trust A Word You Say.”

You can check it out below.

“I Don’t Trust A Word You Say” comes from the bands upcoming album I’ll Take What I Want, which is set to be released on November 24th via Burning Heart Records.

Sciatic Nerve (members of Swingin’ Utters, Nothington, Western Addiction and Cobra Skulls) release debut video

Sciatic Nerve, comprizing members of Swingin’ UttersNothingtonWestern Addiction and Cobra Skulls, are to release their debut album on October 13th via Anxious and Angry Records. The self-titled offering is up for pre-order now.

The band’s debut video, “Sciatic Nerve” (funnily enough) is below.

August Burns Red release video for “The Frost”

August Burns Red are to release new album “Phantom Anthem” on October 6th – and following recent video “Invisible Enemy”, the metalcore veterans have released a video for another track from the record. You can watch “The Frost” below.

Pre-orders are up now.

Lionheart release new video “Trial By Fire”

California hardcore veterans Lionheart have returned with a new single, “Trial By Fire”, merely a year or so after deciding to call it quits. The song will be on their upcoming full-length, “Welcome To The West Coast II”, out in November on Fast Break Records. Vinyl pre-orders are up now.

You can watch the video below.

ROAM release video for new track “Alive”

With the upcoming release of their second album, “Great Heights & Nosedives”, via Hopeless Records on 13th October, ROAM have revealed another new song, “Alive”, in the form of a new video. 

Alex Adam (Guitar/vocals) on the track: “Alive came together as a culmination of a couple of songs we were working on when writing our new album. Lyrically it sums up the record and defines our lives as a band. The song is really about the last year of our lives, but also a commentary on life in general. It’s about the countless times we got robbed on tour, certain relationships fraying and ending and the way we always seem to make it out by the skin on our teeth in every one of those situations. In general, life is all about highs & lows but it’s the way we deal with them that defines us. Sometimes life’s gonna throw constant shit at you and you feel like you’ll never see the other side of it but making sure you keep your head up and move through it is what’ll help you make it out alive.”

You can watch the video below.

Bare Teeth (skate punk, France) stream acoustic video for “Behind the Wall”

French skate punk four-piece Bare Teeth are streaming a video for their acoustic version of “Behind the Wall”. The track appears on the group’s 2017 full-length, First the Town, Then the World both as a full band version, and the stripped back acoustic rendition which the visuals below accompany. Enjoy!

Music Video: The Bronx – “Two Birds”

The Bronx have released a music video for their recent single “Two Birds”, taken from their upcoming album V. You can watch the video below.

is set to be released on September 22nd via ATO Records.

Telethon premiere newest video for single off their upcoming album, “The Grand Spontanean”

Milwaukee’s Telethon continue their march toward their new album, “The Grand Spontanean: A Tale Told in Five Acts,” with a video for their latest single, “Succinct, the Optimist.”

As we covered in July, the thirty-track concept album will feature guests such as Roger Lima of Less Than Jake and Chris Farren, among others.

Check out the new video below and prepare yourself for a rad pit-stained keyboard solo.

Avenged Sevenfold continue expansion of “The Stage” with cover of Rolling Stones’ “As Tears Go By”

Avenged Sevenfold have released their newest cover in their expansion of their latest album, “The Stage.” The cover of the Rolling Stones’ “As Tears Go By” follows covers of the Beach Boys’ “God Only Knows,” Del Shannon’s “Runaway,” and Mr. Bungle’s “Retrovertigo.”

If you’re a fan of Avenged Sevenfold, the song, or gratuitous use of unnecessary artificial film grain, this video’s for you. Check it out below.

Peace of Mind (German hardcore) premiere video for “Twist of Fate”

Deutsche hardcore act Peace of Mind premiered the video for “Twist of Fate,” off of their April 2017 release for Dead Serious Recordings, “MMXVI.”

If you’re into shouty, growling Germans, this is definitely for you. You can see the video below, and be sure to check out their first two EPs at bandcamp.

Johnny Automatic (Punk) perform “She Said” Live From The Rock Room

More videos coming from The Rock Room tonight! Next up is Johnny Automatic performing “She Said”. The track is taken from their last album “Robots, Machines and Weapons” which was released back in November 2014. Check it out below.

The band will be opening for punk legends The Vibrators on September 22nd at Brauerhouse Lombard, Illinois. It is part of The Vibrators last US tour. You can get more info here.

Flogging Molly stream new animated music video for “Reptiles (We Woke Up)”

Flogging Molly premiered their new music video today on Vevo. The track is titled “Reptiles (We Woke Up) and was directed by the band’s longtime friend Richie Smyth (U2, The Verve) whose unique animation style brings the provocative anthem to life on-screen. The track is from their latest album “Life Is Good”. Check the video out here.

Director Richie had this to say about the video:

“The idea for the video was to take Dave on a journey as he starts to transform in to a reptile. CGI was a cool way to do this. On the surface we see a literal visual rendition of the song like a ‘call to action’ as Dave gathers his army but underneath the surface it’s telling the story of Dave’s early days as a musician. The house he leaves at the start is the actual house he was born and raised in. I grew up with him and we would kick all the chains as we walked home from school. The beach is where we spent our youth. Then Molly Malone’s in Hollywood is where Dave and Bridget first met and the band was born. I shot Dave performing the song so the animators could track his movements onto the CGI character! It’s his actual performance.”

Flogging Molly will begin touring next month starting on October 12th. You can see the full list of dates below.

Oi Polloi release music video for “Donald Trump, Fuck You”

Scottish anarcho street punks Oi Polloi have released a music video for their single “Donald Trump, Fuck You”. The politically charged video includes footage from recent white nationalist events in the US including footage of the tragic event in Charlottesville which led to the death of an anti-fascist protester. On the up side there’s plenty of footage of Trump replicas getting their heads knocked off as well as the glorious clip of Richard Spencer getting a smack. Check it out below.

For those of you who wanna grab this beauty on vinyl you can get it here in the UK. And here in the US.

Watch The Dopamines perform “Ire” Live From the Rock Room

Another video has been released of The Dopamines performing Live From The Rock Room. The track is called “Ire” and is taken from their latest album release “Tales Of Interest”. Check the video out below. Earlier this year we saw the band performing “Kalte Ente” and “The King of Swilling Powers, Pt I,II,III” from the same album.

“Tales Of Interest” was released on June 2nd via Rad Girlfriend Records and was the follow up to 2012’s “Vices”.

Knuckle Puck release video for new track “Double Helix”

Chicago-based pop-punks Knuckle Puck have released a music video for their new track “Double Helix”. The song is taken from their upcoming album “Shapeshifter” which is due out on October 13th via Rise Records. Check out the video below.

The band will begin their headlining tour on October 11th with support from from Movements, With Confidence and Homesafe. You can find the full list of tour dates here.