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Monday, June 19, 2017 at 4:16 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
Saturday, May 27, 2017 at 10:00 AM (PST) by jaystone
“Kid” appears as one-half of a flexi single released to coincide with their current tour, which kicked off with a few nights with Face To Face a few weeks ago. You can order the limited edition flexi here.
New Jersey’s Lost In Society are releasing a 7″ flexi single to coincide with their upcoming tour. The single includes the songs “Kid” and “True.” You can stream it and check out their tour dates at Brooklyn Vegan and preorder the limited edition flexi here.
So red, so shiny.
Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 6:59 PM (PST) by liathdavis
The May 12th release of the vinyl flexi (which will contain both new tracks) is a follow up to the 2016 release of Modern Illusions. Both new tracks were recorded with Pete Steinkopf of The Bouncing Souls.
Lost In Society have announced a limited edition, red transparent 7″ flexi vinyl. The release includes two new songs, “Kid” and “True”, which were recorded with Pete Steinkopf of The Bouncing Souls. The flexi will be released May 12th, and can be pre-ordered through the band’s merch store.
The band embark on a lengthy tour alongside the release – including a short run with Face To Face. Full dates are below.
Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at 2:15 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
DC’s The Split Seconds have released a brand new video for their song “Is This What I Get?”
You can check it out below.
“Is This What I Get?” comes from the bands’ latest album Center Of Attention, which was released on March 10th via Altercation Records.
Friday, March 24, 2017 at 3:59 PM (PST) by Joe Grimm
Saturday March 18th at Kick Butt Coffee in Austin Texas, Altercation Records delivered another incredible day of punk rock fun at the 7th annual Altercation Punk Rock BBQ.
I have been lucky enough to experience the last 4 years of this event held each year in Austin during the South By Southwest Music Conference, and I have to say it is probably my favorite punk event after PRB, although it in no way compares size wise to major events like PRB or The Fest, the people at Altercation know how to throw a party! First off It’s free admission for all ages, there is free BBQ and free Beer for a limited time, this usually last for the first hour or so, during the first two sets, of which there are usually 10-12 sets of amazing bands, half of which are brand new up and comers, others are gritty road warriors who have been at it for years and usually there is at least one old classic band or figure like Cheetah Chrome, Fishbone, or Sylvain Sylvain…This year there were no classic punk acts, I don’t know maybe they are getting harder to come by? This year the venue also changed from the Vortex to a smaller indoor venue called Kick Butt Coffee, at first I was suspect of a punk show of this size in a coffee house, but Kick Butt Coffee is an actual venue with a stage and a full bar.
The place steadily filled and by the 4th set it was mobbed with the crowd spilling out into the parking lot, first up were The Glory Holes out of Memphis who do an all gay oriented Ramones styled pop punk that is really fun…Second to hit the stage was Heels who are a really awesome duo who are sort of like Lucero on speed…followed by New York City’s Jukebox Romantics who always put out a killer performance and this day was no different than the last few times I have seen them, super high energy take no prisoner punk rock…The next band up was a new one on the Altercation label who’s name it took me a minute to figure out; Dr. Beardfacé And The Spaceman, which if you don’t immediately get it is a hybrid of two television characters, Dr. Beardfacé from Scrubs, and Dr. Spaceman from 30 Rock.This band was new and interesting to me, the front woman Kerrie Trube has a really rich voice which during some songs really stood out, I think we will be hearing more from them in the future as their sound and live performance matures…After that was another new band on the Altercation roster The Split Seconds from Washington DC, this might be my favorite new act of 2017, The Split Seconds are a pop punk/retro punk band who have a fresh new sound yet still pull on my spirit of 77 heart strings, I really liked this set…They were followed by The Hangouts who reunited for this show, I love The Hangouts, I have seen them maybe 4 times and they are always great and I was stoked to see them reunite for this show…Next was Boston’s OC45 who do straight up Boston style punk rock, and they do it very well with lots of fist pumping whoa oh’s…American Pinup returned this year and as always delivered a phenomenal set, I don’t know if there is a better voice in rock & roll than Lauren West? This woman I adore…I felt bad for the next band up having to follow American Pinup but Houston’s Grizzly Band did not disappoint by any means, and truly rose to the occasion with a killer alt country set of their own, This is a band that you just have to see live at least once before you die…Mind Spiders were wow, these guys have a post punk garage rock vibe all their own…Then came From Parts Unknown out of Dallas whos Upright bass fueled set was breakneck and furious…And last in the lineup up was F Woods of Mercury Radio Theater form Philadelphia PA who brought solo guitar quirk to the BBQ which was unsurprising considering his regular touring alongside of The Dead Milkmen.
So there you have it the complete lineup, all in all one of the best shows I have been to, I watched all 12 sets and in all honesty have to say that the Altercation Punk Rock BBQ impressed me once again, not only was every band great, but the mix of genres and the placement in the lineup kept it interesting and kept us in the audience wondering what was next…Hope I can make it to number 8
Thursday, February 16, 2017 at 3:34 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at 7:55 PM (PST) by Kelly McPunxy
Washington DC’s The Split Seconds front man Drew Champion tells us how he got into punk and how it has influenced his life.
I’ve been listening to punk rock my whole life. My Dad was into The Ramones and a lot of alternative rock. I remember hearing Sheena is a Punk rocker in the car when I was a little kid and having it stuck in my head for days. Later on I got into Green Day and Nirvana because all of my friends older siblings were into that stuff. I had no idea they were singing about doing meth and heroin and stuff, I just thought it sounded cool. After I heard Blink 182’s Dammit I started playing guitar. That catchy riff and the chunky palm mutes just hooked me. I got bored of listening to the super radio-friendly pop punk after a few months and started digging down below the mainstream of punk rock. I wasn’t really into the whiny screamo stuff coming out at that time so I ended up getting into DC Dischord bands like Minor Threat and U and not U, and 70’s bands like The Dead Boys and The Buzzcocks.
Punk rock has been really important in shaping my life. The individualism in punk rock taught me to think critically and to distrust groups of people under the influence of bad ideas. The irony is that it’s often the punks whose group think I find myself rejecting. The DIY ethos of punk rock taught me self reliance. I know that nobody is going to just hand something to me and I need to make things happen myself. That’s the Ian MacKaye influence. The democratic streak in punk rock taught me to treat people without regard to race, sex, sexuality, etc. That’s pretty basic but some people seem to have a hard time with that. Finally the minimalism of punk rock taught me to reject fancy and complicated solutions when something simple and solid will get the job done. The way that Johnny Ramone approached guitar is a good way to approach life I think. Just keep it simple and go for it.
The Split Seconds’ upcoming album Center Of Attention, is set to be released on March 10th via Altercation Records.
Thursday, February 9, 2017 at 9:13 AM (PST) by Gina Skidz
The Jukebox Romantics plan to head out on another tour of the U.S. and Europe later in the year, to coincide with the release of a new full-length album. The band anticipates a release date in late spring/early summer, so we will keep you posted on that. They released their last full-length Transmission Down on October 16th, 2015, through Jailhouse Records.
Tuesday, February 7, 2017 at 1:20 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Philadelphia rock band Dr. Beardface and the Spaceman have released a video for their song “I Need It.”
You can check it out below.
“I Need It” comes from the bands’ upcoming album Here For The Scraps, which is set to be released on May 5th via Altercation Records.
Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 9:32 AM (PST) by Gina Skidz
Altercation Records recently announced the signing of Philadelphia rock band Dr. Beardface and the Spaceman to their label. Don’t let the band name fool you, this female-fronted 5-piece plays a really unique combination of rock tinged with punk, rockabilly, grunge, and 1950s rock n’ roll.
You can stream their 5-track EP called Get Funke, below. We’ll keep you posted on upcoming releases from the band as details are made available.
Oh, and by the way, there should be an accent on “Beardface,” so apparently it’s really pronounced “Beard-fah-SAY.”
Tuesday, January 24, 2017 at 1:50 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
DC pop punk band The Split Seconds have released a new video for their song “Cutting Out.”
You can check it out below.
“Cutting Out” comes from the bands’ upcoming album Center Of Attention, which is set to be released on March 10th via Altercation Records.
Thursday, January 19, 2017 at 10:25 AM (PST) by Gina Skidz
He will be joined for all the dates by Reverend Todd Seely of the Bruisers and Jeremy Zombii of Zombii. In addition, some friends and label mates from Altercation Records will join him for some of the dates, including members of American Pinup and The Jukebox Romantics.
Trocolla’s debut release, The Stranger, was released on Altercation Records in 2015.
Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 10:30 AM (PST) by Gina Skidz
The event took place in East Durham, NY, and included bands, merch, comedy, and even a brunch at an upstate NY campground. The video shows interviews with Paul Bearer of Sheer Terror, clips of performances, and interviews with attendees. You can find out more info about the event here.