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Slander (Italian hardcore) stream two songs from upcoming EP

Venetian hardcore act Slander have a pre-order for their upcoming EP, “Calunnia.”

“Calunnia” will be released on June 30th. 2 Euros will let you stream “Drown” and “Numbers” all you want, with the rest of the tracks becoming available on Friday. You can stream the songs below.



The Capitalist Kids (Austin Pop Punk) stream four songs from upcoming album

Pre-orders are up for The Capitalist Kids next album, “Brand Damage,” at bandcamp.

The songs are high-energy pop punk about romance and being jaded by the current state of the world, so I’m pretty sure I’ll be pre-ordering this myself.

Check out the stream below and see if you can beat me to the yellow & pink splatter vinyl.



The Vansaders stream new track “Sunrise” from upcoming EP

Asbury Park rockers The Vansaders have released new track at bandcamp. “Sunrise” is their first release since their August 2016 EP “This Time Around.”

This is the first I’ve heard from them, and they definitely have my attention. Looking forward to their new EP.

You can stream “Sunrise” below, and if you’re feeling generous, you can throw The Vansaders a buck for the song.



The Holophonics (Texas ska) release album of 80s covers

Denton, Texas’ The Holophonics have released an album that actually can get me to consent to listening to a Bon Jovi song.

MaSKArades Vol. 11: Awesome 80s is a collection of ska covers of “Livin’ on a Prayer,” “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Africa,” “Never Gonna Give You Up,” and more. $6 gets you 11 very well polished ska covers of 80s standards. This is the album you didn’t know you wanted.

Check out the stream below!

Still waiting on that fourth wave.



Rozwell Kid stream new album “Precious Art”

Rozwell Kid are currently streaming their new album Precious Art via their Bandcamp page. You can check it out below.

Precious Art was released on June 23 via SideOneDummy, and follows their 2015 release Good Graphics.



Possum (UK emo) stream double side single “Hal Wilkerson//Sluggin'”

Leeds, UK based emo/punk-rock band Possum are currently streaming a new double side single titled Hal Wilkerson//Sluggin’. You can listen to it below.

Hal Wilkerson//Sluggin’ was released on June 19, and follows the band’s last release, an EP titled Wake Up Kid which was released in June, 2016.



F.P. (Japanese melodic hardcore) stream another new track “Old Wounds”

Kyoto, Japan based melodic hardcore band F.P. are currently streaming a new track titled “Old Wounds.” You can listen to it below.

The track is taken from the band’s upcoming single Old Wounds//Terrified. This will be the band’s debut single, following a demo titled 2015 Demo which was released on February 22, 2017. You can find one of the other tracks, “Terrified,” here.



Music Video: Capstan (post-hardcore) – “Wax Poetic”

Post-hardcore act from the heart of Florida Capstan have premiered a music video for their track “Wax Poetic.” You can watch it below.

“Wax Poetic” is taken from the band’s latest release, the EP Cultural Divide, which was released on July 19, 2016. You can find a stream of the EP in full below the video.



Creeper release new video for “Misery”

Southampton punks Creeper have just released a new video for their beloved track, “Misery.”

Their most recent release Eternity, In Your Arms was released on March 24 via Roadrunner Records.

Check out the video below, featuring their wonderful fans with some of their favorite videos taken by all of you during their concerts!



Holy Pinto stream new song “Very Adult”

English indie-punk act Holy Pinto are streaming a new song called “Very Adult.”

You can give it a listen here.

“Very Adult” comes from the bands’ upcoming EP, King, which is set to be released on June 30th via Soft Speak Records.  It will serve as a follow up to their latest album Congratulations.



Caffiends and Snacks? stream split EP

Florida punks Caffiends and London, Ontario based pop-punk act Snacks? are streaming their upcoming split EP that is set to be released this Friday on Get Party Records.

You can give it a listen here.

Caffiends last released a split with Peabodys, while Snacks? last released Greatest Splits.



Craiggae Shark and Micky Rickshaw stream Reggae cover of Rancid’s “Track Fast”

Reggae artist Craiggae Shark recently teamed up with Boston’s Mickey Rickshaw to do a reggae version of Rancid‘s “Track Fast,” which comes from their latest album Trouble Maker.  You can listen to this cool cover below.



The Movielife stream new track “Mercy Is Asleep At The Wheel”

The Movielife have debuted their first new material in the best part of a decade and a half today. The band’s new track, “Mercy Is Asleep At The Wheel”, is streaming via the band’s new label Rise Records.

The song is the first output since 2003, when the band’s last album, “Forty Hour Train Back To Penn”, was released. It will be on upcoming album “Cities In Search Of A Heart”. You listen to it below.



Louise Distras asks fans for their cash for new record

Louise Distras is doing a Kickstarter campaign for her latest record. Supposedly a DIY release, the vocalist is in need of £11,000 to aid its production. Fans will get assorted gifts for their pledges of support. All the details of the campaign can be found here.

Louise Distras last release was the 2013 effort Dreams From the Factory Floor.

 



Molly and the Krells (punk, Australia) stream new EP “Relationshit”

Aussie punk rockers Molly and the Krells are allowing fans to stream their new EP entitled Relationshit. The record features three tracks of down and dirty punk ‘n’ roll, complete with tasty classic rock riffs. Fans of classic punk rock bands like New York Dolls will likely enjoy this one.

Check out the EP in its entirety below.