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Music Video: Municipal Waste – “Breathe Grease”

Richmond hardcore act Municipal Waste have released a music video for their song “Breathe Grease”, and you can give it a watch below.

“Breathe Grease” is taken from the band’s recent album Slime and Punishment, which came out a month ago via Nuclear Blast.



In Good Nature release video for “Vacant”

Massachusetts post-hardcore act In Good Nature have released a video for “Vacant”, a track from upcoming Anchor Eighty Four Records released EP “The Words We’ll Never Say”. The EP is out August 25th, with pre-orders up now.

You can watch the video below.



The Coma Kids release lyric video for “Friends With Alibis” ahead of EP

Tallahassee, FL pop-punks The Coma Kids have released a lyric video for “Friends with Alibis”, a track from their upcoming EP “False Alarms”. The EP is released August 4th, with pre-orders up now.

You can watch the video – and see details of a release tour – below.



Petrol Girls (punk) release music video for “Fang”

The UK’s Petrol Girls have released a music video for their track “Fang” off their latest album, Talk Of Violence, and you can check it out below.

Talk Of Violence was released in November, 2017.



Useless ID release music video for “How to Dismantle an Atom Bomb”

Israeli punk veterans Useless ID have released a music video for “How to Dismantle an Atom Bomb”, which appears on their latest album State is Burning. Check it out below.

Guitarist Ishay Berger had this to say about the song and video:

“The situation at home is sometimes so frustrating that it seems like a hotbed of conflict and anger for everyone involved. These things affect and change people’s lives, and we address these feelings in our song. We feel that the lyrics and the images of the video connect strongly.”

State is Burning was released in 2016 through Fat Wreck Chords. The band’s currently touring Europe and will be playing some Japanese shows immediately after that.



7Years release music video for “Here and Now”

Italian melodic punks 7Years have released a music video for “Here and Now”, which is taken from their new album Lifetime. Check it out below.

Liftime was released on July 7th through Inconsapevole Records. It follows 2014’s Psychosomatic.



Video: Jeff Rosenstock does acoustic video for new song “Melba”

While jamming at an acoustic session for Exclaim, Jeff Rosenstock gave us a new song, “Melba.” No word yet on whether or not this song will appear on a proper release but you can check out the video below

Rosenstock’s latest album Worry was released in 2016 through SideOneDummy. He also released a split, with Skasucks, last month. 



Zaga Zaga (Israeli post-hardcore) premiere video “Octopus Octopus,” begin European tour

Zaga Zaga have beautiful gift to share with you: their great music accompanied by a sweaty guy flailing, vomiting, and falling to pieces.

They’re also embarking on a European tour starting next week. Check out the video and tour flyer below!



Bat$hit!crazy unfurl their supple, leathery wings to reveal a new video

Sorry, but I’ll take any excuse to use the word “supple.”

We recently covered Bat$hi!crazy’s new EP, and now they’ve released a video for the song “Bats In the Belfry.”

Chuck from the band describes the project as “Pop Punk Hardcore Horror Rock N’ Roll.” Pretty much on the nose.

The video is footage from an old timey horror movie about, wait for it,

bats.

Judging by the look of it, I can only guess that the woman in it was referred to as “dame” an awful lot. Check it out below!

Supple.



Active Slaughter (Punk) release video for “Sea Shepherd”

London punks Active Slaughter have released a music video for the song “Sea Shepherd” which is featured on their new record “Tomorrow’s Too Late”. Watch the video below.

The band, who are known for their lyrics focusing on animal rights, had this to say about the song:

“We’d like to dedicate this new song and video to all those amazingly brave activists who risk their lives and freedom for the Sea Shepherd campaigns in defense of our ocean’s beautiful inhabitants.”

“Tomorrow’s Too Late” was released on July 17th via Grow Your Own Records.



World War Me (Rock) release two music videos in anticipation of debut album


Brimming with early 2000’s pop punk-isms akin to My Chemical Romance, Alkaline Trio, and New Found Glory; Chicago natives World War Me are gearing up to release their debut album via SharpTone Records later this year.

In anticipation, the band has released videos for two new singles which you can watch below.



Four Lights and Squarecrow release split video

Seattle based punks Four Lights recently teamed up with San Diego’s own Squarecrow, to release a split EP. The 7″ came out July 1st via Bomb Pop Records.

To support this release, the bands decided to record a split video. You can check out the visuals accompanying Four Lights’ ‘Three Strikes is a Turkey’ and Squarecrow’s ‘I’ll Add a Laugh Track’ below.



The Bombpops perform “Watch Me Fold” live from The Rock Room

San-Diego stationed pop punks The Bombpops recently caught up with the good folks over at ‘Live From The Rock Room’ for a live session.

You can catch their performance of the song ‘Watch Me Fold’ below.

‘Watch Me Fold’ comes from the bands latest album, Fear of Missing Out, which was released on February 10th through Fat Wreck Chords.



Music Video: Descendents – “Without Love”

Legendary punk rockers Descendents have premiered a music video for the track “Without Love.” You can watch it below.

The track comes from the band’s latest album Hypercaffium Spazzinate, their first in 12 years, which was released in 2016. You can stream the album in full here.



All Found Bright Lights announce new mini-album, release music video for track “Beacon”

Nagoya, Japan based pop-punk act All Found Bright Lights have announced they will be releasing a new mini-album and have premiered a music video for a new track “Beacon.” You can watch it below.

The track is taken from the new album titled nautilus, which is set to release on August 2nd via Tonight Records in Japan. You can find the album art and tracklist below the video.