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Alex Squared stream song “Cold Shoulder” ft. Justin “Hoon” Waldrop

Phoenix punk act, Alex Squared  and Justin “Hoon” Waldrop (of Skull Drug) just released a new song entitled “Cold Shoulder”. Make sure to give this a listen below.

Alex Squared next release will be “Mexican Fishing Tricks” which comes out on Christmas (December 25th in case you didn’t know) this year.

 



Davey Havok (AFI) releasing his book “Love Fast Los Angeles” February 6th

Any big readers out there? AFI vocalist Davey Havok is releasing his new book, “Love Fast Los Angeles” February 6th. Check out the book trailer below.

Davey had this to say about the novel: ““Initially I’d considered Score’s older brother to be the protagonist and the setting to be Los Vegas,” tells Havok. “When I recognized the unique character of the young party photographer, I knew Alvin had to voice this tale. I felt it would be fun to tell a modern love story below a harsh spotlight. With LFLA, as with Pop Kids, I’ve repeatedly experienced its moments come to life around me, if not identically, very close – it’s rather unnerving. In fact, just yesterday I was told of a young lady about town who speaks with Sky’s exact faux accent. This is already happening again in the very early stages of writing the third novel. No matter how extreme, life seems to match or outdo my characters.”



Ink Bomb streaming cover of Cyndi Lauper classic “Time After Time”

Netherlands skate punks Ink Bomb are streaming an acoustic cover of the Cyndi Lauper classic “Time After Time”. Sometimes I picture a dutch band covering 80’s love songs and this is pretty much how it plays out. No worry about falling behind though this songs tight.

So if you’re like me and you’ve ever wondered what Dutch folks singing Cyndi Lauper acoustically sounds like, check out below.

Ink Bomb just recently released a new album in October called “Swim”. These guys are great so make sure to check them out, if your into Guttermouth or Ten Foot Pole these guys channel a little of both. 



Manchester Punk Festival releases Volume 16 of its compilation series

Manchester Punk Festival continue to gear up for 2018’s installment of their festival with volume 16 of their compilation series, showcasing bands involved with the weekend. As ever, the record is up on Bandcamp and available for free/donation.

You can listen to the compilation below.



Guerilla Asso (France) release 2017 Sampler

French label/distro/agency Guerilla Asso have released “Sampler 2017”, an 18 song compilation of bands they’ve worked with. The comp is available for donation on Bandcamp now.

Have a listen to the record below.



Lemuria stream new track “Wanted To Be Yours” ahead of new album “Recreational Hate”

Lemuria are to release new album “Recreational Hate” on February 2nd. Following a secretive pre-order campaign earlier this year, the band are rewarding backers with early copies of the record; everyone else will have to make do with advance track “Wanted To Be Yours” ahead of pre-order details being released.

A full statement on the album is up on the band’s website. Listen to “Wanted To Be Yours” below.



Tom Aylott (folk punk) releases new EP “Against A Gentle Wind”

UK based folk punk Tom Aylott has released a new, five song EP. “Against A Gentle Wind”. The self-released affai is up on his Bandcamp now, with downloads by donation. The EP is the follow up to June’s “Stay Awake For Me“.

You can listen to the EP below.



Daggerplay (punk ‘n’ roll, Finland) Stream Music Video for “Cruel Wind Blowing”

Helsinki’s Daggerplay are streaming a music video for their latest release called “Cruel Wind Blowing”. The track is the fourth single from a forthcoming record which is due to come out at some point in 2018. The precise date and title are yet to be announced.

Daggerplay’s guitarist and vocalist, Pekko Mantzin, had the following to say about the single:

“”Cruel Wind Blowing” is a very melancholic but yet groovy, melodic and and fast rock´n´roll roll song with lyrics about being lonely, lost and mentally fragile… “Deeper in black I´m falling, throw me a rope. Am I too slow to catch it or will I let it go?”…. that´s the line that kind of sums up what the song is about.”
You can check out “Cruel Wind Blowing” below, and stay tuned for more on the release of the full album from Daggerplay.


Cliffhanger (pop punk, IL) Stream Video for “Lost Cards”

Chicago-based pop punk outfit Cliffhanger are streaming a video for their tune “Lost Cards”. The track has been taken from their third EP Old Wounds which was released in October.

You can watch “Lost Cards” below.



Empire Me (melodic punk, Germany) Stream Video for “Atlas”

German melodic punk unit Empire Me are allowing fans to stream their latest video. The tune selected for visuals is called “Atlas” and has been taken from their EP Where Are We Going Anyway which was released last month.

Check out “Atlas” in all its glory below. Enjoy!



Paper Rifles (folk punk, UK) Stream Video for “Faith Healer” From Forthcoming Album

Edinburgh’s Paper Rifles are streaming a taste of their forthcoming record The State of it AllThe tune is called “Faith Healer” and marks a departure from the sound of previous releases, being as it features a full band. Despite the electrified influence, the track retains the melody and simplified charm of a great folk punk release. The band are yet to set a date for the rest of the album to drop.

Paper Rifles have produced a video for “Faith Healer” as well as including a b-side on their bandcamp page. You can check out both below.

 



Great Collapse (Strike Anywhere, Rise Against, etc.) announce new LP, stream single

California punk supergroup Great Collapse will be releasing a new album on End Hits Records. The LP titled Neither Washington Nor Moscow… Again! is due out January 26th, 2018. Immediately following the release, the band will embark on a European tour.

Give the album’s first single “Southern Exorcism” a listen and check out the tour dates below.

For the uninitiated, Great Collapse is fronted by Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett, and also features former members of bands such as Rise AgainstSet Your Goals, and Death By Stereo. Their debut album Holy War was released in 2015.



U.S. Bombs announce Clash tribute 7″, stream “Straight To Hell” cover

California punk veterans U.S. Bombs will be released a new Clash tribute 7″ on December 29th through Slope Records. It features covers of “Death Or Glory” and “Straight To Hell”. You can give the latter a listen below.

In addition to putting out a new release, the band will be touring the US this winter.



Story of the Year stream new album “Wolves”

Story of the Year have officially released a full stream of their newest album, Wolves. In an announcement made last year, the band said “Story Of The Year is alive and ready to fucking destroy everything in 2017,” which the seem to have done with this new record. Being the band’s most emotional and in-depth record, you can find dark themes, fear, regret, and fatherhood all wrapped up in one with this album.

On the topic of the new album, frontman Dan Marsala said:

“Surprisingly it was not at all a nervous process. I didn’t really care if people liked the songs or not, as long as we were into what we were doing. I’ve come to find that I just write music for myself. It’s a very personal thing now. In the past, it was always about trying to win people over and chase a trend. There’s always some reason why you might right shitty music, for a lack of a better term. The older I get, I do exactly what I want. And I write songs the way I want to. I think that will translate and connect with people more anyway.”

You can read a full interview with Marsala here and stream the full record here.

Wolves is the band’s first album since 2010’s Constant – the band’s first album coming off of their hiatus.



Tiny Moving Parts announce new album “Swell”

Minnesota emo band Tiny Moving Parts have announced that they will be releasing a brand new album called Swell on January 26th. The announcement comes hot off the heels of the brand new single and first track off of the album, “Caution”, which they premiered a video for last week.

Pre-orders for the album are currently available here. Stay tuned as more details regarding the record come to light.

Swell will serve as a follow-up to 2016s Celebrate, both released through Triple Crown Records.