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X-State Ride announce breakup & final shows

Italian skate punks X-State Ride have sadly announced they will be calling it quits after 15 years.

The band posted a statement on their Facebook: “Hello dudes and dudettes, after more than 15 years of touring, making music, making awesome friends across Europe and beyond, we decided to put the word end to X-state ride. Things and priorities always change in everyone’s life so to preserve the spirit that we had when we started the band in the first place we are going to stop for good. We just wanted to say thank you to the people that always believed in us and constantly supported the riders through the years. We got 5 more last shows which are listed below so make sure to hit one to party on with us once again!

More information on their final shows can be found below.



88 Fingers Louie announce new album “Thank You for Being a Friend”, stream single

After many years of anticipation, 88 Fingers Louie have announced a follow-up to their 1998 LP Back on the Streets. The Chicago punk legends will release their new album Thank You for Being a Friend on June 30th through Bird Attack Records.

You can give the album’s first single “Advice Column” a listen below.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on Thank You for Being a Friend are revealed. Pre-orders will be available soon on Bird Attack’s bandcamp page.



Surface Report (skate punk, California) stream debut track, “Things We Tell Ourselves”

Southern California skate punk newcomers, Surface Report, are streaming their debut track “Things We Tell Ourselves”. The band feature former members of Castoff, and if this early taste is anything to go by, are ones to watch for any fans of rapid fast melodic punk rock.

You can check out the track and see the band’s up coming shows below.



Bates Motel (Spanish Skate Punk) release music video for “For A Trick”

Spanish skate punks Bates Motel have premiered a new video for their song “For A Trick.”

You can check it out below.

“For A Trick” comes from the bands’ upcoming album High Expectations Higher Deceptions, which is set to be released on June 1st.  It will be the band’s first full-length, following their 2015 debut EP Surrender Is Not An Option.



Bash Brothers (Swedish punk) announce new album “Life Lessons”

Swedish punk band Bash Brothers have announced the release of their debut LP “Life Lessons.” The album will be released on Thousand Islands Records and Less Talk, More Records on June 1st, and it will be available on CD and as a digital download.

“Life Lessons” will be the follow-up to their debut self-titled EP. You can listen to it here.



DS Exclusive: Still Insane (Punk) Premieres New EP “Friends & Family”

Tomorrow Québec’s five piece skate-punk outfit Still Insane released their brand new EP “Friend & Family” via Thousand Islands Records. If you at all consider yourself a fan of the”Epifat” sound of the mid 90’s then you’re going to want to give it a listen and that’s exactly what you can do below.
If you dig what you hear snag yourself a download here.
“Friends & Family”is Still Insane’s first release since their 2012 debut album “Never An Off.” Catch them live at their release show May 5th with Our Darkest Days and Dutch Nuggets.


Bates Motel stream new song “Built to Last” (ft. Chris McGrath of Much The Same)

Spanish skate punks Bates Motel have premiered a new single from their upcoming album High Expectations Higher Deceptions. The track’s called “Built to last” and it features guest vocals by Chris McGrath of Much The Same.

Give “Built to Last” a listen below, and head over here to pre-order the album.

High Expectations Higher Deceptions is set to release on June 1st. It will be the band’s first full-length, following their 2015 debut EP Surrender Is Not An Option.



Fastloud (skate-punk) release music video for “Where Am I?”

Barcelona based skate punks Fastloud have released a video for their new track “Where Am I” of their upcoming EP “Walkman Returns”. Check it out below.

“Walkman Returns” is out on April 20th.



Setbacks (ft. Aaron Goulding of Pridebowl) stream new album “Oceans Apart”

International skate-punk band Setbacks (ft. Pridebowl singer Aaron Goulding) just released their new album Oceans Apart. You can give the full 14-song record a listen below.

Oceans Apart came out today, April 7th through Morning Wood Records. It’s the band’s first full-length, and the follow-up to their 2015 EP The New Frontier. Head over here to buy the CD.



Loser Points stream upcoming EP, “Ones and Zeros”

Canadian skate punks Loser Points are streaming their newest EP, “Ones and Zeros” and you can check it out below.

The EP will be the first release from the band since the 2016 LP Does Loser Points Come Here Often? Hailing from Alberta, Canada, members of Chimp Change and Booze Cruise make up the core to Loser Points.

If you like what you hear, you can download it for free on bandcamp!



Video: Roger Lima (Less Than Jake) joins NOFX for performances of “Murder the Government/I’m Telling Tim”, “Six Years on Dope” and “Linoleum” in Japan and California

Roger Lima, bass player for Florida based ska-punk band Less Than Jake, recently joined NOFX on stage for separate performances of old classics, “Murder the Government/I’m Telling Tim”, “Six Years on Dope”, and “Lineolum.” You can see Lima take Eric Melvin’s place at Musink (California) for “Murder the Government/I’m Telling Tim”, and “Six Years on Dope”, as well as at Punkspring 2017 (Japan) for “Linoleum.”

You can check out all of the clips, uploaded directly to Lima’s YouTube channel, below.

NOFX released their 13th full-length album First Ditch Effort in October through Fat Wreck Chords. It was their first LP in four years, following 2012’s Self Entitled. Less Than Jake’s recent EP, Sound the Alarm, was released on February 3rd through Pure Noise Records.



Music Video: Heads Up (French Skate Punk) – “Groezrock Hemorrhoids”

French skate punk act Heads Up have released a video for their song “Groezrock Hemorrhoids.”

You can check it out below.

“Groezrock Hemorrhoids” comes from the bands’ latest EP Hog, which was released on November 7th, 2016.



Start At Zero (skate punk, Slovenia) announce tour of Japan

Slovenian skate punkers Start At Zero have announced that they will be taking their rapid, riff-heavy sound to Japan next month. Playing shows in Tokyo, Kanagawa, Shiga, and Kyoto, it will be the first time the band have ever played shows outside of their usual European stomping ground.

If you’d like to look at the full list of dates, check out the tour poster below.



Music Video: Setbacks – “Remember”

International skate-punk band Setbacks have premiered a brand new music video for their song, “Remember.” The track is one off of their upcoming album, Oceans Apart, which is scheduled for release on April 7th, 2017 via Morning Wood Records. 

You can check the clip out below.

Oceans Apart will serve as a follow-up to the group’s 2015 EP, The New Frontier. 



Mute announce new guitarist

Québec technical punks Mute has announced their new guitarist Matt Kapuszczak, providing the following statement:

“We want to officially welcome our new guitar player Matt to the team! Besides being an awesome guitar player and composer, Matt has been a great friend of the band for as long as we can remember. Some of you might even know him from his former band IVS. Stay tuned for more shows and tour announcements!”

The band’s latest album, “Remember Death”, come out last year on Bird Attack Records.