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Burn stream album “Do or Die”, announce tour dates

NYC hardcore punks Burn have just released a full stream of their new album, “Do or Die” which will be available tomorrow, September 8th via Deathwish Inc. Listen to the full length in it’s entireity here.

The quartet are also slotted to play dates from September 29 through late October in support of the album, so make sure to check them out below!

Rage (Australia) to release debut 7″ “Feel the Burn” on Straight & Alert Records in Europe

Australian hardcore act Rage will be releasing their debut 7″ in Europe on Straight & Alert Records. Resist Records will be handling the Australian release.

You can check out two tracks from the upcoming “Feel the Burn” 7″ at Straight & Alert’s bandcamp page.

And since I’m such a gentleman, I’ve placed Rage’s “Volume 1: The Sex Tape” below. You can name you price for that recording at Rage’s bandcamp page.

Counterparts stream another new track, “Swim Beneath My Skin”

Counterparts are streaming another track from their upcoming album. Following recent single “No Servant of Mine“, the band are streaming “Swim Beneath My Skin”, which you can listen to below.

Counterparts will release their brand new album “You’re Not You Anymore” on September 22nd via Pure Noise Records.

Stray From The Path release video for “Only Death Is Real”

Stray From The Path have released a new video for “Only Death Is Real”, the title track from their new album which is out this Friday (8th September) on Sumerican Records. Full album details and digital pre-orders are up now, with album tour dates up on the album microsite.

You can watch the video below.

No Warning announce first new album in 13 years

Canadian hardcore punk legends No Warning have announced the release of their upcoming album “Torture Culture”. The album is due out on October 13th and will be the band’s first album release since 2004. You can pre-order your copy here.

They are also streaming a teaser track via The Fader titled “In The City”. Check it out here.

As if that isn’t exciting enough, No Warning will be hitting the road next month, the tour will kick off on September 9th in LA. You can see the full list of dates below.

Vultures United stream new song “Tiger Lily” from upcoming album “I Still Feel Cold”

Hardcore-punk act Vultures United are streaming a new song from their upcoming album “I Still Feel Cold”. The track is called “Tiger Lily” and is an exclusive premiere through Punknews. Check it out here.

“I Still Feel Cold” is a concept album split into 2 parts. The double album is 30 songs total, the first 15 songs falls under the subtitle of “Memory Loss” and the second half of the songs falls under the subtitle “Adulthood”.

The album is due to be released on September 22nd via Black Numbers, Outsider Art and Red Flag Records.

Madball and Wisdom In Chains to release split 7″

Fast Break Records has announced a split 7” between Madball and Wisdom In Chains. “The Family Biz 7” ” is to be released on Sept 25th, with the split will feature one new song from each group. Pre-orders are up now.

“For The Cause” is Madball‘s effort. Speaking on the track, front-man Freddy Cricien said “it’s about staying the course and fighting for what you love and are passionate about. It’s a theme that you’ll hear a lot throughout our next album. Utilizing negativity and the obstacles you face as inspiration. ‘Say I can’t, say I won’t again.. Give me the fuel that I need to ascend!”.

“Someday” is Wisdom In Chains’ contribution to the split. Vocalist Mad Joe Black says that the track is “about not living in the past and not fixating on the future. Look at what you have in your life and appreciate the good things and work hard to improve what needs improving. It kind of represents that hardcore work ethic that bands like Madball are known for.” Speaking on the bond between both bands Black added “Madball means the world to us. They have helped WIC out countless times. This is a very special release for us and I can’t wait for people to hear BOTH songs! Hardcore lives!”

Chicago hardcore act Lurk release demo (name your price)

Chicago’s Lurk have released their demo for name-your-price at bandcamp. It’s tough for hardcore to hold my attention, but these guys definitely get the job done. I’m looking forward to hearing more of them in the future.

Check out the demo below, and make sure to make it rain on Lurk’s bandcamp page.

New Zealand’s Starving Millions to release new EP, “V”

New Zealand DIYers Starving Millions have a new EP coming on September 1st via Goodtimes Records.

Starving Millions have toured up and down New Zealand numerous times and will be making their third tour of Australia to coincide with the release of “V.” They list their influences as Norma Jean, Gallows, Touche Amore.

After their tour of Australia in the second half of September, they’ll be touring New Zealand in November and December.

You can pre-order the EP at bandcamp. Be sure to check out the preview track below!

In Other Climes release ‘Party Animal Advisory (Explicit Lifestyle)’ EP

German hardcore act In Other Climes has released a brand new EP. The two song, long release got the nice title ‘Party Animal Advisory (Explicit Lifestyle)’ and is already out for you listening pleasure. You can now also order the 7″ over at Bastardized Recordings right here.

Head down below to give ‘Party Animal Advisory (Explicit Lifestyle)’ a spin.

Backtrack stream new song “Bad To My World”

New York hardcore band Backtrack are streaming their new single “Bad To My World,” you can give it a listen below.

The track will appear on a limited edition zine/flexi combo available digitally on September 1st and physically on September 8th from Bridge Nine Records. The track will also appear on their forthcoming new full-length, due out later this year on the same label.

The band will begin touring later this year on the Life & Death tour with bands such as No Warning and Twitching Tounges. Get more information here.

More bands announced for Static Shock Weekend 2017

Well this is shaping up to be one of the best line ups of the year in the UK! Static Shock Weekend will take place from November 9th – 12th and is full of incredible d.i.y hardcore punk bands.

One of the headliners will be US hardcore punks Limp Wrist who recently released their blistering new record “Facades.” It will be there only UK/European show! Another one off will be post punks Good Throb who will be playing their first show in 2 years. The rest of the weekend is jammed full of great UK d.i.y bands such as State Funeral, Hex, Nachthexen, Pink Grip, Arms Race and Strong Boys from Ireland. It will certainly be one to remember!

You can get more information and updates here.

End It (Baltimore Hardcore) stream new self-titled EP

Baltimore hardcore act End It are streaming their new self-titled EP in its entirety.

You can give it a listen here.

End It was released via Flatspot Records.

These Streets (hardcore) release video for song “Dead Eyes”

California hardcore outfit These Streets have released a high octane, high energy video for their song “Dead Eyes”.

You can check out the video below.

The song comes off the bands August 11th release “Unfinished Business”. The album was released through BDHW Records, and represents the 4th release from the band. 

Death Of A Nation (Ex-Verse/Defeater) release debut track “Don’t Speak For Me”

Death Of A Nation, the newly formed band including ex-members of Defeater and Verse, are streaming debut track “Don’t Speak For Me”. The track is taken from an upcoming No Sleep Records 7″ – details of which are yet to be confirmed. Suffice to say, it’s very, very good.

Have a listen below – and read a statement from the band.