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Colour Me Wednesday (pop punk) stream new album “Counting Pennies in the Afterlife”

Uxbridge pop-punks Colour Me Wednesday are streaming their new album Counting Pennies in the Afterlife, which which was released on May 15th via KROD Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Colour Me Wednesday last released Anyone and Everyone in 2016.



Lost Love (melodic pop punk) stream new album “Good Luck Rassco”

Montreal pop-punks Lost Love are streaming their upcoming album Good Luck Rassco, which is set to be released May 25th on Stomp Records and Guerrilla Asso.

You can give the album a listen here.

This new album will be the first since 2016’s Comfortable Scars.



2 Minute Minor (Hardcore) stream new album “Blood On Our Front Stoop”

Chicago hardcore act 2 Minute Minor are streaming their new album Blood Our Front Stoop, which was released on May 11th.

You can give it a listen below, and if you like what you hear, the band is offering the whole thing as a pay what you want download.

2 Minute Minor last released A Goon’s Best Friend in June 2017.



One If By Land (Punk, PA) Stream EP “Woodcock Township Building” b​/​w “I Don’t Miss You All the Time”

Pennsylvanian four-piece punk band One If By Land are allowing fans to stream their latest EP. The title of the record is something of a mouthful being as it is just the two titles of the songs on it – “Woodcock Township Building” b​/​w “I Don’t Miss You All the Time”. You can check it out in its entirety below.

The previous release by One If By Land was their 2016 full-length Nobody Wants to Leave.



Nerdlinger (Skate Punk, Australia) Stream Three Tracks From Forthcoming Album “Happy Place”

Aussie skate punk three-piece Nerdlinger are allowing fans to stream three of their songs from a soon-to-be-released record, Happy Place. The album will feature 14 melodic tracks and will be available on Pee Records from July 13.

You can listen to “The Ballad of Rod Lightning”, “Underrated”, and “German Wings” below.



The Proletariat (Punk, MA) Stream EP “The Murder Of Alton Sterling”

Boston-based punk act The Proletariat are streaming their latest EP The Murder Of Alton Sterling. The release features two tracks of anger-filled, politicised aggression. It’s available now on Bridge Nine Records.

You can check out all of The Murder Of Alton Sterling below.



The Mighty Mighty Bosstones Stream Single “Wonderful Day For The Race”

Boston-based ska legends The Mighty Mighty Bosstones are allowing fans to stream their latest single. The track is titled “Wonderful Day For The Race” and features on the band’s soon-to-be-released record While We’re At It.

While We’re At It is scheduled for release on June 15 on Big Rig Records. For now, you can listen to “Wonderful Day For The Race” below.



The Spears stream “Born Bad”

The Spears have announced they are streaming a new track titled “Born Bad.” The song comes from their upcoming album LP Ghosts, which is set to be released June 29 via Rad Girlfriend Records.  The album features guest musicians such as Greg Ginn, Rikk Agnew, Ben Weasel, and Joe Queer, among others.

The Spears were formed in 2007 by Pink Lincolns frontman Chris Barrows. It has featured members from Down By Law, DRI, and Hated Youth, among others.

You can stream the song below.



Something To Do (ska) release new single, “I’ve Made a Huge Mistake”

Milwaukee’s Something To Do have released a new single, “I’ve Made a Huge Mistake.”

If you’re a relic like I, and into third wave ska and Arrested Development references, you should definitely check this one out below.

Something To Do’s last full length was 2016’s “Not Making a Sound.”



Odd Robot premiere single “Sell Your Soul,” announce new album for August 2018

Southern California (I’ll save the abbreviation for the sort of monsters that also say things like “Frisco” and “Chi-town”) power-pop trio Odd Robot have premiered a lyric video for their single “Sell Your Soul.”

The song is off their just-announced upcoming album, “Amnesiatic,” due out August 3rd on Wiretap Records.

Odd Robot has recently played with Smoking Popes and Bad Cop/Bad Cop. You know they’re damn good to be keeping that kind of company. Their last full-length was their debut album, “A Late Night Panic,” released in 2017.

Check out “Sell Your Soul” below!



偏執症者 (Paranoid) stream new song “Jikangire” from upcoming album

偏執症者 (Paranoid) are a Swedish band that mix classic Swedish d-beat with manic Japanese style punk and a bit of metal. The first time I heard them I wasn’t sure. However their last 7″ Praise No Deity was brilliant as it was far more d-beat than anything else. Give it a listen here.

The band are streaming a brand new song called “Jikangire”. The track is from their upcoming album Heavy Mental Fuck Up and also a 3 track 12″ maxi single, available on June 29th through The Sign Records (EUR) and Konton Crasher (US).

The track is streaming on spotify and you can listen to it here. It moves a bit too far away from that Swedish d-beat I love but give it a listen and see what you think.



The Holophonics stream new album “Phantom Arrival”

Denton, TX ska punk act The Holophonics are now streaming their new album “Phantom Arrival.”

Their last news was a release of a music video for their song “Escape Velocity” which is featured on the new album. In addition to the video, the band also announced a new tour that kicked off with an album release show in Dallas.  You can check out all those dates and locations, the new album, as well as the video below



The Anti Bodies stream new single “Curse Of The Full Moon”

Buffalo punks The Anti-Bodies are now streaming their new single “Curse Of The Full Moon.”

The horror punk three piece last released “Night of the Meek” in December of 2017.

Check out the single below.



The Queers and Chris Barrows Band stream split

The Queers and Chris Barrows Band are now streaming a new split on Rad Girlfriend Records.

The split features two tracks for each band and is available for purchase here.

Check out the new split below.

 

 

 



Mutoid Man stream new “Covers EP”

Mutoid Man (featuring Ben Koller of Converge and Stephen Brodsky of Cave In) are now streaming their three track “Covers EP.” 

The three piece act last released “War Moans” in June 2017.

Check out the new material below.