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Music Video: Scarboro – “Here Comes The Hangover”

New York punk rock outfit Scarboro have released a video for their track “Here Comes The Hangover”

You can check it out here.

“Here Comes The Hangover” is the title track off the bands’ latest album which was released on February 3rd.



Rozwell Kid premiere lyric video for “UHF on DVD”

Indie punk act Rozwell Kid have released a lyric video for their song “UHF on DVD”

You can check out the video below.

“UHF on DVD” comes from the bands’ upcoming album, Precious Art, which is set to be released on June 23rd via SideOneDummy.



Hospital Job (members of The Copyrights) perform “Damn These Vampires” on Live From The Rock Room

Illinois pop punk act Hospital Job (featuring drummer Luke McNeill of The Copyrights on guitar and vocals) recently stopped by Live From The Rock Room to perform their song “Damn These Vampires.”

You can check out that performance below.

“Damn These Vampires” comes from the bands 2016 split with The Capitalist Kids, which was released via Rad Girlfriend Records.



Last Hounds release music video for “DOA”

UK hip-hop punkers Last Hounds have released a brand new video for their song “DOA.” You can view it below.

“DOA” is featured on Last Hounds’ upcoming EP “Old Dreams” which is due for release May 19th. They previously streamed their first single “Listen ( To Me)” which you can listen (to here).



Goldenboy (Norwegian punk) release music video for “The Escape”

Norwegian punk act Goldenboy have released a brand new video for their song “The Escape.” You can watch said video below. “The Escape” was originally released on Goldenboy’s  album “Lesson 3: Arts and Crafts”, which is due for a vinyl re-release this May. 

Goldenboy previously released a music video for this song last January. You can watch 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.



The Establishment (Garage Punk, NL) release debut video “Vicious Rumours”

Garage punks The Establishment, a new band from the Netherlands, featuring members of Antidote, Brat Pack, Citizens Patrol. Reaching Forward and Born from Pain, have release their debut video. “Vicious Rumours” is from an expected debut full length that the band are going into the studio to record in June.

You can watch the video below.



Between the Buried and Me release live video for “Turn on the Darkness”

Between the Buried and Me release their new DVD/Blu-ray, “Coma Ecliptic Live”, via Metal Blade Records this Friday. Following the release of advance video “The Ectopic Stroll” earlier this month, the band have released a second video ahead of the live album.

You can watch “Turn On The Darkness” below – and pre-order the full-length now.



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.



Of Mice And Men release new video “Unbreakable”

Of Mice & Men have released a video for new single “Unbreakable,” the band’s first track without frontman Austin Carlile, who left them back in December. In his place, bassist/vocalist Aaron Pauley has stepped forward as lead vocalist. The track is up for stream/purchase now too, via Rise Records.

You can watch the video below.



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.



Petrol Girls (punk, UK) stream video for “Touch Me Again”

The UK’s Petrol Girls are streaming a video for their track “Touch Me Again”. The tune appears on the band’s latest album, Talk Of Violence, released in November, 2017. 

You can check out the video below. Enjoy.



Watch: AJJ perform “Junkie Church” at SideOneDummy HQ

AJJ, who will always-and-forever remain better known as Andrew Jackson Jihad, are among the myriad artists putting out special releases for Record Store Day today. Specifically, the Arizona-based quartet are slated to drop Decade of Regression: Live at SideOneDummy, and have now debuted the video performance of that album’s version of “Junkie Church” for your viewing enjoyment. Check it out below.

“Junkie Church” originally appeared on AJJ’s latest album, last year’s “The Bible 2,” obviously released on SideOneDummy.



New Video: Jeff Caudill (Gameface) – “I Wouldn’t Wait” from new EP, “Reset The Sun”

With Gameface back on indefinite hiatus, it’s been a minute or two since we’ve heard from Jeff Caudill, but that doesn’t mean he’s been staying quiet. He’s got a brand-new EP, Reset The Sun, that’s due out in a limited vinyl run today as an official Record Store Day release (it came out on digital formats yesterday).

For a hint as to the smooth, modern Americana vibe that is featured on Reset The Sun, Caudill has released a video for the track “I Wouldn’t Wait.” Check it out below.

Gameface, as you probably know, have been quiet since the 2014 release of their latest full-length, Now Is What Matters Now, which itself was their first album in over a decade.