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Coach Bombay (melodic pop-punk) release “The Purge” EP

Toronto’s own Coach Bombay just released a new 4-song EP titled “The Purge”. The release came out April 1 and is the band’s third release. You can give it a listen below.

Coach Bombay’s last release was an EP titled “Playbook” in 2016.

 

 

 

 



Dead Neck (Melodic Hardcore, UK) Head Out on Short Euro Tour

The UK’s Dead Neck are hitting the road this spring for a short stint of tour dates culminating with a couple of festival appearances. The melodic hardcore three-piece will hit up Antwerp before heading into Germany for a couple of dates.

Following these shows, they’ll be performing alongside an eclectic line up at the Beauraing Is Not Dead festival in Belgium. Comprising the bill will be fellow punk rockers The Kirkz, Guerilla Poubelle, and Mad Men’s Team. A whole host of other genres will also be represented with ska, metalcore, math-rock, and even electro-jazz. 

If you’re interested in catching Dead Neck this spring, check out the list of gigs below.

Dead Neck are currently waiting to release a split with the inventive Italians of ActionmenDefections is due for release at a soon-to-be-announced date.

 



The Drunken Ramblings (melodic punk) release video for “Silhouettes”

The Drunken Ramblings have recently premiered a video for their track “Silhouettes” off of 2016’s ‘Fates’ EP. You can check out the video below.

Their last release was “Rambling on Halloween” in 2016.



Rabies (Melodic Punk) stream new album “Anarkids!”

Czech melodic punks Rabies are streaming their upcoming album Anarkids! in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

Anarkids! is set to be released on March 23rd via Melodic Punk Style



Me The Guts (melodic-hardcore) streaming new album “Lost Faith in Our Guts”

Canadian melodic-hardcore punks Me The Guts are streaming their new album Lost Faith in Our Guts. The record released March 10th, features an array of heavy riffs and throaty vocals.

Do yourself a favor and check it out below.

This is the first new release from Me The Guts since the 2015 release of their Self Titled album. If your a fan of 88 Fingers Louie or Belvedere you’ll definitely want to check this one out.



Me The Guts announce new album, stream new track “Tales From The Muskeg”

Canadian punk band Me The Guts (melodic punk) have recently announced a new record to be released March 10th titled “Lost Faith in Our Guts”. The first track off the album titled “Tales From The Muskeg” is currently streaming. The band is playing an album release show on March 10th at the Black Cat Tavern in Saskatoon, SK, as well as playing a couple follow up shows. To give the new track a listen and get details for the upcoming shows, check below.

Me The Guts last released their self titled album in 2015.



Rabies (melodic punk) streaming three new songs off upcoming album “Anarkids!”

Czech melodic punks Rabies are streaming three new songs off their upcoming album “Anarkids!”. “Heroes”, “Let’s Go” and “Doomed to Repeat” all come off the band’s upcoming release “Anarkids!” set to be released on Melodic Punk Style March 23rd.

Check out the new tracks below.

This is the third release for Rabies the first since 2015’s “Nevergreen & Always Rad”. If you enjoy the G.A.S. Drummers you’ll definitely like these guys.



Misgivings (Melodic, UK) Stream Single “The Artless Life”

UK-based punk rock band Misgivings have released a single titled ‘The Artless Life’. It’s been taken from their debut album, Hermitage (scheduled for release in mid-2018). A full track listing and further release details will follow soon.

You can find a stream of ‘The Artless Life’ below. Misgivings last released a 7″ split with Szyslak in 2016.


Up River (UK Hardcore) stream new single “Evocation”

UK melodic hardcore act Up River are streaming their new single “Evocation.”

You can give it a listen below.

“Evocation” follows the band’s last EP, If There Is a God That Is Judging Me Constantly, which was released on November 25th, 2016 via Holy Roar Records.



Fake News (punk) streaming new song “No Walls”

Gold Coast punks Fake News are streaming their new song “No Walls”.

You can check it out below.



Casey release new video for “Phosphenes”

UK melodic hardcore quintet Casey have released a video for new track “Phosphenes”. The track is taken from the recently announced sophomore album, “Where I Go When I Am Sleeping“, due out March 16th via Rise Records (North America) and Hassle Records (UK, EU).

You can watch the video below.



Modern Life Is War announce European tour, with support from The Cro-Mags and Terror

Iowa punks Modern Life Is War have announced a summer tour of the UK and Europe, which include support from The Cro-Mags and Terror. The tour dates and locations are below.

Modern Life Is War’s latest album Fever Hunting was released in 2013, while Terror last released the EP The Walls Will Fall in April of last year. The Cro-Mags have reportedly been working on new music for their next album, which will be their first since 2000’s Revenge.



Watch Hundredth perform “Youth” live from the Rock Room

Hundredth are the latest artist to feature for the The Rock Room‘s live sessions. The band, who released album  “Rare” back in June  on Hopeless Records, perform “Youth”.

You can watch the performance below.



Withered Bones release “Rotten Thoughts” music video

Arizona’s Withered Bones have released a new music video for “Rotten Thoughts”, taken from their latest album In Search of Self-Evidence. Check it out here.

The album was released in December through Blood & Ink Records.



Detour streaming new three way split with Emma Park and Savage Daughters

SLC punks Detour are streaming their new three way split EP with Emma Park and Savage Daughters and it’s pretty slick. The track entitled “Unconditional” features some great lyrics and a great full band sound.

You can give it a listen below.

This is the first new music from Detour since their July 1st release of the three song EP “Sparks”. If you enjoy Matchbook Romance or Thursday you’ll probably enjoy these guys.