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Days N Daze stream new album “Crustfall”

Houston’s Days N Daze have made their new album Crustfall available to stream. The 16-song release features guest appearances from Leftover Crack‘s Scott Sturgeon, Joey Steele of All Torn Up, and others.

Give the album a listen below, and head over to Bandcamp to buy it.

This is the follow-up to 2013’s Rogue Taxidermy.



Kepi Ghoulie releases new album

Former Groovie Ghoulies frontman Kepi Ghoulie has released a new solo album titled Lost and Lovin’ It through Eccentric Pop Records. Check out two of the tracks below, and head over here to grab the LP.

Lost and Lovin’ It is Kepi’s first full-length in half a decade, following 2011’s I Bleed Rock & Roll. The album features guest appearances from Dan Potthast of MU330, Jimmy Boom of the Phenomenauts, and more.



Fat Wreck announces No Use For A Name demos 7″

The good people at Fat Wreck Chords have the latest installment in their Original Demos. Set to release on May 5th, the 7″ will feature previously unreleased demos of No Use For A Name‘s “Justified Black Eye” and “Sidewalk” which were found on 20-year-old reels in Fat’s tape archive.

Head over here to pre-order the 7″.

This will be No Use’s second posthumous release since frontman Tony Sly passed away in 2012. They last released a reissued version of their best-of album All the Best Songs.



Gender Roles joins Wiretap Records

Wiretap Records keeps putting out solid releases, their next one isn’t an exception. The LA based label will be re-releasing UK indie-punks Gender Roles‘ debut EP on limited cassette. ‘Planet X-Ray’ is already available for pre-order here.

Head down below to check out Gender Roles’ debut single ‘Skin’.



Toxic Kid (pop-punk) stream new self-titled album

Portland, Oregon pop-punk act Toxic Kid are streaming their new self-titled album in it’s entirety.

Check it out below.

This is the bands first release since A Very Merry Cretin Christmas in 2015.



Blood Youth (hardcore) release video for new single “I Remeber”, announce tour dates

UK Hardcore act Blood Youth have released a video for their new song “I Remember”.
The band also announced 4 release shows and will be part of 4 European festivals.

You can check out the video along with tour dates and locations below.

“I Remember” comes from the bands’ upcoming debut album Beyond Repair, which is set to be released on April 7th via Rude Records.



Tigers Jaw debut new track, “Guardian,” off upcoming album “spin”

After a pretty tumultuous couple years, York, Pennsylvania’s Tigers Jaw have re-emerged in a pared down version of their former selves. Gone are 60% of the former lineup, but the remaining duo, Ben Walsh and Brianna Collins, have announced details of a brand new album. It’s called “spin,” and it marks the first release on Will Yip’s Black Cement Records.

To whet your appetite for “spin,” the band have released a new single called “Guardian.” Check it out below.

“spin” is due out May 19th, the same day they duo are slated to kick off a short US tour. Dates are available down below the new music. “spin” marks the band’s first release since 2014’s “Charmer,” which was released by Run For Cover Records.



Descendents announce “Everything Sucks” 20th anniversary reissue

Descendents have announced that they are to release a remastered version of “Everything Sucks” to mark the album’s 20th anniversary. The reissue will also come with a new 7″ which two new unreleased songs, “Lucky” and “Shattered Milo”. The album will be out on May 5th via Epitaph Records. Various pre-order bundles are up now.



Condition Oakland (punk, PA) stream “Burial Grounds”

Condition Oakland are streaming their entire third record for free via their bandcamp page. Burial Grounds features twelve tracks of amped up folk music that should excite fans of early Gaslight Anthem and Against Me!

If you’d like to give the record a listen, check it out below. Alternatively, buy a copy from the band and support great DIY music.



One Hidden Frame (Finland, skate punk) stream new album “Harmful Content”

Finnish shred factory One Hidden Frame have graciously allowed fans to stream their latest full length, Harmful Content, in its entirety. The release has been handled by Bird Attack Records and it comprises of nine tracks of tech-y, fast skate punk. It’s an absolute must-listen for fans of the likes of Strung Out, and Propagandhi.

Check out the full album stream below, or head over to One Hidden Frame’s bandcamp page to support the group and buy and a copy.



Take-Off (Singapore, pop punk) release single “Damaged On The Inside” from forthcoming album

Singapore pop punkers Take-Off have released a single from their forthcoming album. The track, “Damaged On The Inside” is off This Won’t Save The World which is set for release on April, 01, 2017.

The album will be the first full-length from the group since the 2015 release This Is Punk Rock. This Is For You.

If you can’t wait until 1st April, check out “Damaged On The Inside” below.



For I Am (pop-punk) streaming new album “All About Perspectives”

Belgium pop-punkers For I Am have made their new album All About Perspective available to stream and you can give the 12-song record a listen below.

All About Perspectives was released March 17th through Disconnect Disconnect Records (UK), Bearded Punk Records (BE), Trilob Records (NL) and Infected records (PT). It is their first release since their album 15 Minutes Later in 2015.



Listen to songs from upcoming Fugazi tribute album “Everybody Wants Somewhere”

Sell The Heart Records have premiered some songs from their upcoming compilation album Everybody Wants Somewhere: A Tribute to Fugazi. Check out contributions from Screw 32, Great Apes, and more below.

The tribute album is set to release on April 30th, and you can pre-order it here. Ptroceeds from this release will be donated to Taking It To The Streets, a non-profit organization that helps homeless youth in San Francisco.



Flogging Molly announce tour dates supporting upcoming album ‘Life is Good’

Flogging Molly have announced a new tour of the US to continue the support for their upcoming album, Life is Good. The tour will be kicking off in Oakland, CA on May 4th. The White Buffalo are to be the supporting band. Tickets will go on sale Friday March 17th at 10:00 A.M. PST.

You can find tour dates and locations below.

Flogging Molly’s long awaited new album Life is Good is out on June 2nd via Vanguard Records. Fans will be excited to know that every ticket order (in select markets) will include a digital download of the new album upon release.

Recorded in Dublin, Ireland, Life is Good marks Flogging Molly’s first studio album in six years since 2011’s Speed of Darkness



Hot Mass (punk) streaming previously unreleased song “Flatman”

UK punk rockers Hot Mass are streaming a previously unreleased track titled “Flatman”. This song is one of the B-sides to their album Nervous Tensions.

You can give “Flatman” a listen below.

Nervous Tensions was released June 7th through Brassneck Records.