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Family Meeting (melodic punk) streaming debut EP “No One Cares ‘Til You’re Dead”

Earlier this month we did a Band Spotlight on a new melodic punk band called Family Meeting. Today the Canadian 5-piece released their debut EP No One Cares ‘Til You’re Dead.

If you’re a fan of melodic punk with a healthy dose of gang vocals and tight instrumentation, I recommend giving the EP a listen below. Digital and CD copies are available on Bandcamp.



Grand Collapse announce new album “Along The Dew”, stream title track

UK hardcore punks Grand Collapse have announced their new album Along The Dew will be released on May 19th through TNS Records.

Check out the title track below.

This will be the band’s second LP, following 2014’s Far From The Callous Crowd. Head over here to pre-order the record.



Flatfoot 56 streaming new album “Odd Boat”

Chicago Celtic punks Flatfoot 56 released their new album Odd Boat today through Sailor’s Grave Records. You can listen to the entire 12-song record below.

Odd Boat is the band’s first album in nearly 5 years, following 2012’s Toil. Head over here to grab a digital or physical copy of the record.



Municipal Waste announce new album “Slime and Punishment,” stream single

Virginia’s Municipal Waste will be releasing a new album titled Slime and Punishment on June 23rd through Nuclear Blast. You can give the first single “Amateur Sketch” a listen below.

Slime and Punishment will be the band’s first album in 5 years, following 2012’s The Fatal Feast.



Jeff Rosenstock (solo/punk) releases one-off single “Dramamine”

Jeff Rosenstock has blessed us. Seriously. “Dramamine” is a killer track that I’ve listened to no less than a dozen times by now. It will be in my head for days. Solo projects catch a lot of flack, but Mr. Jeff clearly has the formula down and knows his way around song structure. If this song hooks you, check out last year’s album WORRY, out via SideOneDummy.

Listen to this track. Listen to it a lot. Listen to it below.



Fall Out Boy announce new album “Mania,” reveal new video for “Young and Menace”

Fall Out Boy have just announced their new album Mania, set for release on September 15th. This is their seventh studio album and the follow-up to 2015’s American Beauty/American Psycho.

A slew of tour dates have also been released, and you can find those below with the video for the single “Young and Menace.” Pre-order the album here.



Pet Symmetry (emo/pop-punk) reveal new track “You & Me & Mt. Hood”

Chicago songsmiths Pet Symmetry have released the latest song off their up coming album Vision, set for release on May 26th via Polyvinyl Record Company. “You & Me & Mt. Hood” is a soft but stupidly catchy offering, sure to get you excited about the album if you weren’t already.

You can preorder Vision here and check out “You & Me & Mt. Hood” below.



Blink-182 unveil new track “6-8” with lyric video

blink-182-bored-to-death-videoThe boys are back at it again. This time, they bring us “6-8” which is one of the eleven new tracks added to the deluxe edition of California. They’ve also brought us another lyric video (I’m sensing a trend here) and it is one that they could hang on the fridge proudly. If you could hang videos on fridges in the first place. Someday.

The California deluxe edition drops on May 19th, and you can preorder it here. I never took Blink for arts n’ crafts enthusiasts, but the video is pretty sweet all the same. Check it out below.



Pittsburgh Punks Nightmarathons stream new track “Seeping” from upcoming EP

Nightmarathons have released a second track from their upcoming debut EP on A-F Records.

You can stream the new track here, and also check out “Damascus” at their bandcamp page.

I’m definitely looking forward to seeing these guys at the Fest.



Malice At The Palace (hardcore) stream new song “My Target”

Pensacola hardcore act Malice At The Palace are streaming their song “My Target” on YouTube.

The song is off their upcoming split with Jesus Piece on Bridge Nine Records, due out on May 19th.

Check out the song below, but be warned: while listening, I had an urge to throw chairs at random passersby. Though now I think about it, that may just be a personal problem; ABBA does the same thing to me.



Wonk Unit release video for “Horses”


London punks, Wonk Unit have just released a new video for “Horses,” as apart of the re-release of the 2013 vinyl, “Muffy” via TNS Records. Check it out below.

Most recently, Wonk Unit released the 2016 album “Mr. Splashy.”



Bad Cop/Bad Cop announce album “Warriors”, stream song “Womanarchist”

Prepare yourself for new Bad Cop/Bad Cop! The Californian pop-punk four piece has just announced their sophomore full length album, “Warriors,” will be released via Fat Wreck Chords on June 16, 2017.

To get you fired up you can stream a brand new track from the album titled “Womanarchist” below.



Quin Galavis streaming new single ‘question’

Texas based folk act Quin Galavis dropped a new track. ‘Question’ is the first single from the singer-songwriter’s up and coming full length ‘Battery Line’, out june 16th via Super Secret Records.

You can stream ‘Question’ right here.



Swordfish (emo) stream new album ‘Rodia’

Michigan emo outfit Swordfish is one of those discoveries you hope to make every day. The band is streaming its fantastic new album ‘Rodia’ in full and we can’t urge you enough to go and have a listen. Swordfish managed to create a American Football dripping beauty of full length and it’s definitely up there with my personal favourite records of the year so far.

‘Rodia’ will be released May 5th via Take This To Heart Records and was recorded by Nick Diener (Swellers) at Oneder Studios and mastered by Cam Boucher (Sorority Noise).  You can listen to it in full over here now.



Cayetana streams new track “Bus Ticket”

Philadelphia indie-punk group Cayetana is streaming a new track titled “Bus Ticket.” You can listen to it below.

The track is taken from the band’s upcoming album “New Kind of Normal,” which is set to be released on May 5th via Cayetana’s own record label “Plum Records.” You can find more information about the album here.