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Manchester Punk Festival 2017 (UK) announces final wave of bands

As if the likes of Strike Anywhere, Belvedere, and Paint It Black weren’t enough, the team behind Manchester Punk Festival have announced yet more bands for their 2017 edition. Joining the already gigantic lineup are Inner Terrestrials, After the Fall, The Afternoon Gentlemen, Muncie Girls, and many, many others (listed below).

There are still some tickets left for the three day event happening in April. If you want to grab one, or you’re planning on attending the festival this year, get over to their official website, for the latest festival news, ticket information, a bit about the bands, and of course the full lineup.



Perspectives (Australia, hardcore) stream new track “For Those Who Care” featuring John Floreani of Trophy Eyes

Sydney, Australia based melodic hardcore band Perspectives are currently streaming a new track, titled “For Those Who Care.” You can listen to it below.

The track features guest vocals from John Floreani, the vocalist for fellow Australian band Trophy Eyes. “For Those Who Care” comes from the band’s upcoming album “Stay For Those Who Care,” which is set to be released on February 14.



Embraced announce 15 year anniversary special edition vinyl of “An Orchestrated Failure”

Florida melodic hardcore band Embraced have announced that they will be reissuing their album An Orchestrated Failure on a special edition vinyl release in celebration of its 15 year anniversary. There is currently a pre-order for the vinyl, which you can find here.

The band also released a promo video in celebration of this milestone, you can check it out below.



Square Jaw McGraw (Wales, melodic hardcore) stream new tracks

Welsh melodic hardcore act Square Jaw McGraw have allowed fans to stream their latest material online. Yet to be formed into a release-proper, the two tracks are a rapid, whistle-stop tour of the band’s sound and should excite fans of more technical punk rock a la Propagandhi and Strung Out.

You can listen to both of Square Jaw McGraw’s new tracks below.



Manchester Punk Festival offers free compilation

The Manchester Punk Festival and TNS Records are gearing up for this year’s festival with their 12th annual compilation. The pay-what-you-want comp features Strike Anywhere, Rash Decision, Chief, Iron Drugs, Bobby Funk, The Murderburgers, and lots more, and you can give it a listen below and download it for free here.

The Manchester Punk Festival will take place April 20-22, and you can check out ticket packages and get more info here.



Music Video: Limber (spanish melodic hardcore) –

Spanish melodic hardcore group Limber have released a music video for their song “No Merit Melons.”

You can check it out below.

“No Merit Melons” comes from the bands’ latest EP Hang On!, which was released on January 1st, 2016.



Cause A Riot (hardcore-punk) release music video for new song “Terrorist”

Finnish hardcore punk act Cause A Riot have recently released a music video for a brand new song titled “Terrorist” and you can check it out below (along with some of the band’s upcoming tour dates).

The song is one of the band’s first with new singer Simo Timonen of Distral fame and will be featured on a new, as yet unnamed EP slated for release sometime early next year.

The new tunes are the band’s first since 2014’s “Pawns Of War” LP.



The Bridge (melodic hardcore) stream new EP “Dream Strong”

I don’t know if its because I normally don’t drink coffee and I just slammed a whole cup or what but I am seriously digging the new EP from Serbian hardcore punks The Bridge. It’s called “Dream Strong” and I just had to grip the edges of my desk and rigorously head bang for 30 straight seconds before starting this post… OK, I realize the coffee is probably having a strong effect here, but if you dig melodic hardcore then its probably worth a few minutes to check this one out. Stream the entire “Dream Strong” EP below.

This is the band’s first release since the band’s 2013 split with My Turn.



Introducing Hardcore Punk Act: Cause A Riot

OK so this one sort of feels a little like cheating because they’ve been around since 2011 but to be fair, I hadn’t heard of them until now and they do have a brand new singer that sounds quite a bit different than their last. Cause A Riot hales from Finland and if you dig the sound of their fellow countrymen in Distral you’re going to love these guys too because they share the same singer and same musical stylings; hardcore-punk/melodic-hardcore. The band seems to have recently added Distral’s Simo Timonen to pick up vocal duties for their upcoming EP and from what I’ve heard, its going to be a banger. Stream a new song titled “Disconnected” below for a little taste of what’s to come.



Strike Anywhere announce 2017 European tour with Petrol Girls & Bear Trade

Virginia punk veterans Strike Anywhere have announced they will be touring Europe in 2017. All dates will feature support from Petrol Girls, while Bear Trade will only be playing the UK shows.

Check out the tour dates below to see if they’re stopping in a town near you.

Strike Anywhere’s latest studio album Iron Front was released in 2009 on Bridge Nine Records. They also put out an acoustic album In Defiance Of Empty Times in 2012.



Music Video: Atomic Winter (Brazilian melodic hardcore) – “Concrete Squall”

Brazilian melodic hardcore act Atomic Winter have premiered a music video for their track “Concrete Squall.” You can watch the video below.

“Concrete Squall” comes from the band’s latest album, titled “Tsunami Survivor,” which was released September 5, 2016 via Cosmonauta Records.



Music Video: In Evil Hour – “Paveway IV”

British melodic hardcore act In Evil Hour have premiered a music video for their song “Paveway IV”.

You can watch it below.

In Evil Hour last released the EP Built on Our Backs, which was released in July 2015.



Camp High Gain stream new EP “On The Word Of No One”

Netherlands’ Camp High Gain are streaming their new EP On The Word Of No One.

You can give it a listen below.

On The Word Of No One was released on November 11th, 2016.



Episode 55 – Such Gold, The Dirty Nil, Djordje Stijepovic/Tiger Army | Dying Scene Radio

This week on Dying Scene RadioElena Venetia joins Bobby Pickles and cohort, Piazza, Live In-Studio at the FAT ENZO factory in West Palm Beach, Florida. BAND SPOTLIGHTS Include two interviews by Elena Venetia from Riot Fest Chicago, one with Canadian rock n’ rollers, The Dirty Nil, and the other with world renowned slap bassist Djordje Stijepovic (Tiger Army), and AnarchoPunk interviews New York melodic hardcore band, Such Cold, in Lancaster (again), California.

THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
PUP – Sleep in the Heat
Rancid – Silence Is the Only Rule
Pulley – Different
SWMRS – Palm Trees
Interview w/ Such Gold
Such Gold – Frying in the Mix
Descendents – On Paper
Jonesy – (I Just Wanna) Cum On Your Face
Green Day – Still Breathing
Death By Stereo – I Think About Killing You Everyday
Anti-Flag – Without End
Pseudo – Slump (Rink-a-Dink)
F.O.D. – American
The Menzingers – Bad Catholics
Fights and Fires – Take A Swing At The World
Shore Leave – Redneck Rodeo
Interview w/ The Dirty Nil
The Dirty Nil – Bury Me at the Rodeo
The Attack – Betting Man
Nothington – Cobblestones
Direct Hit! – Villain Alcoholic
Good Friend – Young Blood
Our Darkest Days (feat. Denis Buckley/88 Fingers Louie) – Time Has Come
Altitude – Clincher
Chesty Malone and the Slice ‘Em Ups – I Look Like Hell
The Decline – Can’t Have Both
Not Tonight And The Headaches – She’s With You
Greg Graffin – Lincoln’s Funeral Train
Interview w/ Djordje Stijepovic
Tiger Army – In The Morning Light
NGHTCRWLRS – Coffee and Weed
Brutal Youth – Hostile Work Environment
Raincheck – Overflow

Listen to all the latest music and headlines below.



Manchester Punk Festival (UK) announces Strike Anywhere as Friday headliner

The lineup for next year’s Manchester Punk Festival is going from strength to strength with latest addition Strike Anywhere. The Virginia five-piece will round off the Friday evening’s show in style, joining the likes of Paint It Black and Belvedere for a truly spectacular weekend of live music in the city of Manchester, UK. However, Strike Anywhere are not the only festival announcement this week. I have it on good authority that there will be another wave of bands added to the MPF lineup this coming weekend.

The festival will take place from April 20th- 22nd, 2017. Make sure to keep up to date with all the latest Manchester Punk Festival news by following their Facebook page or website.