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Protest the Hero announce ten year anniversary “Fortress” tour

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of critically acclaimed album Fortress from Protest the Hero, the prog-metal vets have announced a North American tour which will also head into Canada for eleven of the dates.

You will be able to purchase tickets starting tomorrow, December 1 at 10 AM EST here. A very limited number of VIP tickets will be available here as well.

The supporting acts of the tour will be announced in January of 2018.

Check out the dates below and remember to grab a pair of tickets!



Bleacher Days (pop punk) stream new EP ahead of schedule, set out on December tour

Boston punks Bleacher Days are now streaming their new EP, I Only Saw True Purpose, ahead of schedule.

The boys are also setting out on their run of December shows next Friday, December 8th to celebrate.

According to vocalist Wren Mohammed, The period when we were writing the songs was for sure a rough time, but it was a complete catharsis honestly. Our producer Chris had a much larger part in the writing process, and the songs are all SO much better for it. He’s a really talented guy, and we learned a lot when we recorded with him, so we’re lucky to have him on our team. Recording the songs definitely helped us all cope with what we were individually going through at the time as well. So even though frustration is what drove its conception, in the end we all came out much healthier and wiser people, and we hope each listener feels that with each listen.

You can listen to the new EP, or check out the show dates below.



U.S. Bombs announce winter tour

U.S. Bombs have a pretty fierce tour scheduled for nearly all of January and the beginning of February. They’ll be hitting up most of the U.S., just not the part I live in and the northwest.

Check out the full list of tour dates below!



The Penske File (Canada) announce winter EU tour

Canadian punks The Penske File have announced an EU tour that starts in mid-January and will run through early February.

The band will be promoting their latest album, “Burn Into the Earth,” which was on Stomp, AF, and Bearded Punk Records.

Check out the dates below!



Dead Neck (UK) and ActionMen (Italy) Announce Split Record “Defections” and Japan Tour

Two absolute staples of the European skate punk scene are teaming up and heading out to Japan for a short run of tour dates. Avant-garde, Italian four-piece ActionMen will be joined for the stint of five shows by the UK’s Dead Neck. You can check out all the dates, and venue details on the official tour poster below.

In addition, the two bands have announced that they’ll be releasing a split record together. Entitled Defections, the date it’s expected to drop is still unknown for now. However, a source from one of the bands estimates that it’ll be during the first months of 2018. Of course, we’ll bring you further details as they become available.



The Penske File (punk, Canada) Head to Europe in 2018

Ontario melodic punk band The Penske File are hitting the road this coming January. The three piece will be heading out to Europe for around three weeks and hitting stops in Germany, Italy, France, Belgium and Austria. You can check out a full list of dates below.

The band’s latest collection of songs was the 2015 full-length Burn Into The Earth.



Supporting acts announced for Neck Deeps’ “The Peace And The Panic Tour”

The supporting acts for The Peace And The Panic Tour, headlined by Neck Deep, have been announced.  You can catch Seaway, Speak Low If You Speak Love, and Creeper along for the ride this winter.  Refresh your memory on the January and February tour dates below.



HiGH stream new album “Evil Gene”

New Orleans punks HiGH just released their new album Evil Gene through Wiretap Records. You can give the record a listen below, and grab the limited edition LP here.

The band will be playing some shows in support of the release soon; dates are below.



You Vandal streaming new album

Gainesville pop-punks You Vandal released their new album I Just Want to Go Back to Hell today through Jump Start Records. You can listen to the full LP below, and grab a copy here.

This is the band’s second studio album, following their 2015 debut Abandon All Hope. They are currently touring in support of the release.



Joey Cape to play California acoustic shows

Lagwagon frontman Joey Cape has announced a handful of acoustic shows in California slated for next February. These dates will also feature Brian Wahlstrom of Scorpios, PEARS singer Zach Quinn, and Donald Spence from Versus The World. See if there’s a show near you below.

Cape’s latest solo album One Week Record came out earlier this year.



Mean Jeans announce tour dates with Dirty Fences

Portland pop-punks Mean Jeans have announced some January tour dates with Dirty Fences.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

The band last released a tribute to Mountain Dew, called “Mountain Dew (I Need It).”  Their last full length album was Tight New Dimension, released April 2016 through Fat Wreck Chords.



Neck Deep Release Music Video For “Parachute”

Emotional pop punkers Neck Deep are allowing fans to stream a video for their track “Parachute”. The tune has been taken from the band’s recent full-length, The Peace and The Panic, which was released via Hopeless Records in August. Ben Barlow, the five-piece’s vocalist, had the following to say about the song:

“Parachute is one of the ‘different’ songs for Neck Deep on The Peace and the Panic. It’s a song about wanderlust, the desire to travel, see the world and change your life in a profound way. Something I felt very strongly growing up and still do now. There’s a love element to the song too, because if you can experience things with someone special that’s even better.”

In addition to the music video, Neck Deep have a North American tour planned for January. We’ve listed the dates and included the video for “Parachute” below.A



Bleacher Days (pop punk) announce December tour with Riviera

Boston pop punks Bleacher Days have just announced a run of Decmber shows with Riviera (who were recently on Warped Rewind at Sea).

Bleacher Days will playing songs off their upcoming EP I only Saw True Purpose.

According to vocalist and frontman Wren Mohammed, the new record “is the product of frustration resulting from our lives and our relationships. The songs are a blunt chronicle of the back end of a 7 year relationship I was in and start to finish, each song is just frustration.

Check out the dates below.



D.R.I. to tour South America in April

Crossover icons D.R.I. have announced they will be touring South America in April. The dates and locations for the tour can be found below.

The tour will see D.R.I. continue promoting their latest EP But Wait…There’s More!, which was released in June of last year through Beer City Records, and was the band’s first set of new material since their last full-length Full Speed Ahead, which was released in 1995.



Terror announce West Coast tour dates with Regulate and Dare

Los Angeles hardcore veterans Terror will be touring the West Coast next month with Regulate and Dare. The dates and are locations are below.

Terror released the EP The Walls Will Fall last April via Pure Noise Records. Their last full-length studio album, The 25th Hour, was released in 2015.