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Teenage Bottlerocket announce fall dates with OC45

Teenage Bottlerocket have announced a run of east coast tour dates this fall, with Boston punks OC45 providing support. Check out the dates after the jump.



Gogol Bordello announce fall tour dates

Gogol Bordello have announced a fall tour with support from The Lucky Chops.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

Gogol Bordello is getting ready to release their new album Seekers and Finders on August 23rd via Cooking Vinyl.



A Day To Remember announce summer tour dates

A Day To Remember have announced a tour with support from Moose Blood and Wage War.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

A Day To Remember last released Bad Vibrations on September 2nd, 2016 via the bands’ own label ADTR Records.



Pennywise announce European tour dates

California punk icons Pennywise have announced a European tour that will take place next month and in August. The tour includes mostly festival appearances, and headlining gigs with The Offspring, Face to Face, Good Riddance, Teenage Bottlerocket, PEARS and Not on Tour.

Tour dates can be see below, or in the poster above, and tickets and more information are at this location.

Pennywise released the compilation album, Nineteen Eighty Eight, in May of last year via Hardline Entertainment. They have been working on a new album for sometime, which is tentatively due for release later this year and will be their first since 2014’s Yesterdays.



Useless ID announce Euoprean tour

Israeli punk veterans Useless ID have announced they will be touring Europe this summer. Check out the tour dates below to see if there’s a show near you.

The band’s latest album State is Burning was released in 2016 through Fat Wreck Chords.



Cold Wrecks and Freya Wilcox & The Howl Announce US Tour

Brooklyn acts Cold Wrecks and Freya Wilcox & the Howl have announced that they will be heading out together on the “Broken Teeth Tour,” around the Midwest this month. You can find the dates and locations below. You can find additional information on individual shows here.

Cold Wrecks released their debut album, Breaking, in July 2016. Freya Wilcox & The Howl released their debut album, Tooth and Nail, this week on June 6th, 2017.



The Bombpops and The Fuck Off and Dies announce west coast tour

The Bombpops and The Fuck Off and Dies will be touring the west coast in August.

The Bombpops latest album, “Fear of Missing Out” was released back in February, and The Fuck off And Dies’ “Dear Liver” came out in 2015.

Check out the dates below and if you’re on the west coast, I hate you.



The dollyrots debut lyric video for ‘Other Trucker’

LA based pop punk duo The Dollyrots premiered a brand new lyric video for its single ‘Other Trucker’. The track can be found on the band’s latest full length release Whiplash Splash, which came out in March earlier this year.

The Dollyrots are also set to play a couple of California dates with legendary UK punks the Buzzcocks. Full tour dates and the video for ‘Other Trucker’ can be found below.



Western Settings (Punk) announce tour with Heartsounds


San Diego punks Western Settings have announced a short run of summer west coast shows with Heartsounds. Check out the dates here.



Don’t Panic Fest announces Digger to play first shows in Denver since 2002

Pennsylvania pop-punk icons Digger are heading to Denver for a few shows in August. The band will play Don’t Panic Fest along with former label mates Nobodys. The first shows Digger will play in the Mile High city since 2002.

They’re going to be playing Friday August 4th in Denver at 3 Kings Tavern & Saturday August 5th at the Triple Nickel Tavern in Colorado Springs.

For more information click on the links below.



A Wilhelm Scream announce upcoming tour celebrating anniversary of “Career Suicide”

New Bedford’s very own A Wilhelm Scream will be hitting the road this October in honor of their 2007 album”Career Suicide.” The band will be playing the LP in full for these selected dates.

Joining them on the trip will be New York’s Such Gold & After The Fall, and Ottawa’s We Were Sharks. The tour-dates and venues are listed below.



Ink Bomb (Dutch skate punk) announce first UK tour dates

Ink Bomb, who are a four-piece skate punk band hailing from the Dutch town of Nijmegen (which, I think, translates to “looks misspelled but isn’t”) have got their ferry tickets booked for their first ever UK tour dates.

The band are touring in support of their six-song EP, “Invincible Summer,” which was released last September. Head below to find out where Ink Bomb will be playing, and to watch the video for the title track from “Invincible Summer.”



Mighty Mighty Bosstones announce “Let’s Face It” 20th anniversary tour

Boston ska-punk legends the Mighty Mighty Bosstones have announced a tour honoring the 20th anniversary of their iconic album Let’s Face It. Tour dates and ticket links are below.

Let’s Face It was released in 1997 through Mercury Records. The platinum-selling album spawned a No. 1 hit single in “The Impression That I Get” and is the Bosstones’ only record to chart in the Billboard Top 50.



Stick To Your Guns (hardcore) start recording new album, hit road for Warped Tour

Orange County hardcore outfit Stick To Your Guns have entered JTM Studios to commence work on their 6th studio album which should be out this fall, and are working with producer Derek Hoffman (Silverstein) and mixing/mastering engineer Will Putney (Every Time I Die, The Amity Affliction.) The band last put out the EP Better Ash Than Dust.

As soon as the band is finished recording, they’re hitting the road for a long stretch on Warped Tour. You can find those dates below.



New Found Glory hit the road with “20 Years of Pop Punk” tour

New Found Glory have announced a fall/winter leg of their “20 Years of Pop Punk” tour, proving what’s old is new again.

This leg of their tour will kick off on July 11th in Richmond VA and wrap up December 2nd in Alabama. Check out the full list of tour dates here.

Their last release, Makes Me Sick, was released April 28th through Hopeless Records.