The track comes from the band’s latest album Hypercaffium Spazzinate, their first in 12 years, which was released in 2016. You can stream the album in full here.
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The song is taken from the band’s first full album release, which is titled HENT. The album was released on July 12 via Trust Records.
Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 8:50 PM (PST) by Goldfinger
Chicago’s local label Don’t Panic Records will be hosting a fifth anniversary party July 21. The event will take place at the Burlington Bar and will feature Davey Dynamite & The Salt Creek Duo, The Cheap Dates, Shots Fired! Shots Fired! and Pylons.
For more information on the event you can slide on over to the event page. If you happen to be in the neighborhood be sure to pick up some of the Don’t Panic 5th Anniversary sweet potato and habanero hot sauce.
The band’s self titled EP was released in May via A-F Records.
Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 1:30 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Israeli melodic punk act Petey’s Dead have released a video for their new song “Berlin.”
You can check it out below.
Petey’s Dead last released Horses on April 1st, 2017.
Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 1:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Melodic hardcore acts Protected Left and The Shortlife have teamed up on a four track split EP which was just released today! Even better news, the guys sent it over to stream exclusively for DS readers! Protected Left will be going on a short, weekend long tour, kicking things off in mid-August in their hometown of Oakland, California before heading down the coast for stops in LA and San Diego. Keep an eye on their Facebook page for more information as it gets closer. Meanwhile, Kalamazoo, Michigan natives, The Shortlife will be playing the Third Annual Fat Guy Fest in their hometown in early August. Until then, you can get your fill of both talented acts on the split album, below!
Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 10:33 AM (PST) by jaystone
If you’ve read any of the online comment sections surrounding the release of Inviting Light, the latest full-length from The Flatliners, you’re no doubt aware that critics of the band feel they lost a couple miles (or is it kilometers?) per hour off their collective fastball. Let this be yet another lesson to you as to why it is never, ever a good idea to read the comments; let it be known that The Flats still slay.
As the northeastern US leg of their Inviting Light tour wound down, the band found themselves headlining a sold-out Sunday night show at the legendary Middle East nightclub in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The band kicked off their hour-plus set with “Mammals,” the slow burning lead track from Inviting Light, and seemed to have the capacity crowd hooked from the first notes. I’m not entirely certain if the band finds that reassuring, but I know that I do personally, given the amount of love I have for Inviting Light and the prevailing chatter about the band’s first non-Fat Wreck release in a decade. The quarters at upstairs at the Middle East are cramped and hot and sweaty when the venue is sold out, but the crowd was in high-energy motion by the time the crescendo built to the first chorus in “Mammals,” resulting in the first stage dive attempt of the night (albeit not an overly successful one).
The band tore through a seventeen-song main set that was pretty equally representative of their recent catalog, with four or five songs each from Inviting Light and it’s two immediate predecessors (2010’s Cavalcade and 2013’s Dead Language), though the two song encore consisting of “He Was A Jazzman” and “Shithawks” ultimately tipped the scales in Cavalcade‘s favor. Frontman Chris Cresswell’s voice sounds just as snarly and aggressive as ever when he wants it to, though he’s really pushed himself as a singer in more recent years. A lot of times in the live show of a rather dynamic band, you’ll find the bass player locked in to his spot at the drummer’s side allowing whoever is singing or playing guitar (or both) to roam and wander, both literally and musically. That’s not the case in The Flatliners, as the rhythm section of Paul Ramirez (drums) and Jon Darbey (bass) exhibit little in the way of interplay on stage yet remain more musically locked in the vast majority of their counterparts, making it look both infectiously fun and frustratingly easy in the process. Cresswell and lead guitarist Scott Brigham have grown immensely as guitar players over the years as their sonic palettes have expanded, and they too seem to bounce off each other in effortless, symbiotic ways. Much has been made of this being the year that not only do all the band’s members turn thirty (which boggles the mind) but the year that the band itself turns fifteen (which causes the mind to explode, Scanners-style), giving the band a well-earned reputation as valiant road warriors. If Sunday’s show — and specifically the crowd reaction — at the Middle East was any indication, they may actually just be hitting their stride now, which is a pretty inspiring thing.
Direct support on this entire tour was provided by Pkew Pkew Pkew and Red City Radio‘s Garrett Dale, the latter doing the solo troubadour thing. We’ve been big fans of the four handsome Torontonian Pkew fellas since their self-titled debut album was initially released a year ago on Royal Mountain Records a year ago, so news not only of their spot opening for the Flatliners but the more recent announcement of their having signed with SideOneDummy Records has made for pretty exciting times. The band’s live show is just as fun and high energy and handsome (did we mention handsome?) as their album is, and even though a lot of the songs might be straight-forward jams about hanging out and drinking beers, don’t let that fool you; these dudes can really, seriously play. There’s a camaraderie between not only the individual band’s members but really between all the members of this two-week East Coast jaunt, with the Flats, Pkew Pkew Pkew and Garrett Dale making frequent references to the good times they’ve been having on this trip. Dale is another classic example of not letting the occasionally straight-forward nature of the songwriting fool you; in the solo format, he’s got a gravelly voice that is full of the kind of heartbreaking soul guys like Chuck Ragan and Tom Waits have made their hallmarks, and it forces you to take notice whether he’s singing about lost love or seeing a dead body or, well, the devil’s weed.
Local support on this show came by way of Dan Webb and The Spiders. DWaTS are one of those local bands that I’m sure most scenes might have that really should be bigger than they are. The four-piece rock-and-roll band plays hard and fast, a not-quite-punk-rock but also not-quite-90’s-alternative vibe that cuts across genres and makes them a perfect fit on a fairly wide range of bills, especially on one as varied as this particular show. One of these days, DWaTS…one of these days…
Check out our full photo gallery below. While you’re at it, the Flatties recently announced a set of West Coast tour dates around the US and Canada. They will be accompanied by The Smith Street Band, up until It’s Not Dead Fest. They are also adding a few dates to the end of July, in Canada, supporting Sum 41. Check out all the dates here.
Monday, July 17, 2017 at 7:03 PM (PST) by Johnny X
Holy shit, this Monday just got so much better! Canadian punk legends Propagandhi have officially announced the details of their first new album in nearly five years.
“Victory Lap” will be released September 29th through Epitaph Records and to get you truly fired the F up you can stream the album’s title track below. I’m on my 3rd consecutive listen and can officially say that if the rest of the album is half as good as this track then the wait will have been worth it.
“Victory Lap” will be the band’s first new release since 2012’s “Failed States” which was also put out on Epitaph. Pre-order the new album on vinyl here.
“Victory Lap” also marks Propagandhi’s first album with new guitarist Sulynn Hago, who joins Samolesky, frontman Chris Hannah, and bassist Todd Kowalski. Replacing longtime guitarist David Guillas (who appears on several tracks on Victory Lap), Hago was added to the lineup after Propagandhi put out a call for audition tapes and received over 400 responses.
Monday, July 17, 2017 at 3:27 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
You can watch the video below.
Monday, July 17, 2017 at 11:04 AM (PST) by rick delaney
The Raging Nathans recently recorded a session for Live! From the Rock Room. The track chosen for the first of a few videos from the jam is “Good For You”. It’s taken from a split 7″ with UK band Wonk Unit released on Rad Girlfriend, and Drunken Sailor Records.
Below is “Good For You” Live! From the Rock Room. Enjoy.
Monday, July 17, 2017 at 10:46 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Monday, July 17, 2017 at 10:33 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Texas based hardcore quartet Hans Gruber and the Die Hards are streaming a video for their track “It Just Doesn’t Matter”. Taken from the self-titled record they released earlier this year, the tune is angry, fast and everything you want from a little blast of punk rock.
Check it out below.
Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 10:00 AM (PST) by jaystone
After a bit of time off the “new music” radar, it looks like No Trigger are finally back!
The Worcester, Massachusetts-based punks have announced details of a brand new 12-inch EP. It’s called “Adult Braces,” and it’ll be released by the good folks at Bird Attack Records in digital form on July 28th and on vinyl on August 11th.
As a bit of a teaser, the band have released a video for the album’s first single. It’s called “Dogs on Acid,” and you can check it out below! “Adult Braces” marks their first release since 2012’s “Tycoon.”
Saturday, July 15, 2017 at 6:14 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Dig it, Santa Cruz wrasslin’ punks The Randy Savages are headed down the West Coast for their Summer Slam Tour and recently announced a list of all of the stops. Half WWF Wrestling event, half pop-punk rock concert, this wrestling collective is a must see. So, if you’re near any of the cities they’re stopping in, you have to make it out for a show. If you’re not on the West Coast, head over to Bandcamp and download both, their debut EP Dig It which came out late 2016 as well as Oh Yea which was just released a few months ago on Wrestlemania Sunday (naturally) via Reno’s Voted Best Records. Both are available for Name Your Price, so you’ll still have dinero left for some Slim Jim’s! Check out the full list of dates and stops below!