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RunningLate stream new song “Trojan Horse”

Dutch skate punks RunningLate are streaming a new song called “Trojan Horse.”

You can check it out below.

“Trojan Horse” comes from the bands’ upcoming split with Hoist The Colours.  They last released Spectators in January 2015.



Propagandhi announce new album “Victory Lap”, stream title track (it’s a banger!)

Holy shit, this Monday just got so much better! Canadian punk legends Propagandhi have officially announced the details of their first new album in nearly five years.

“Victory Lap” will be released September 29th through Epitaph Records and to get you truly fired the F up you can stream the album’s title track below. I’m on my 3rd consecutive listen and can officially say that if the rest of the album is half as good as this track then the wait will have been worth it.

“Victory Lap” will be the band’s first new release since 2012’s “Failed States” which was also put out on Epitaph. Pre-order the new album on vinyl here.

“Victory Lap” also marks Propagandhi’s first album with new guitarist Sulynn Hago, who joins Samolesky, frontman Chris Hannah, and bassist Todd Kowalski. Replacing longtime guitarist David Guillas (who appears on several tracks on Victory Lap), Hago was added to the lineup after Propagandhi put out a call for audition tapes and received over 400 responses.



Shirely D. Pressed (Germany, Skate Punk) release another new track, “Prejudice”

Hamburg’s Shirley D. Pressed, who release their debut album, “Rust,” digitally via Thousand Islands Records on July 21st, are streaming “Prejudice” from that album. You can listen below.

The track is the third to surface, following “Astray” and “Count Me Out”, released last week.



Effervescence Records taking pre-orders for classic Burning Heads records

Effervescence Records are now taking pre-orders for classic  Burning Heads albums Be One With The Flames and Escape. The records both drop on September 15th, 2017 and you can beat the queues by ordering today over at their website.

 



Hans Gruber and the Die Hards (hardcore, TX) stream video for “It Just Doesn’t Matter”

Texas based hardcore quartet Hans Gruber and the Die Hards are streaming a video for their track “It Just Doesn’t Matter”. Taken from the self-titled record they released earlier this year, the tune is angry, fast and everything you want from a little blast of punk rock.

Check it out below.



Aggro Mucho (skate punk, CA) stream latest full-length “Liver Die”

California shredders Aggro Mucho are streaming their latest record Liver Die via Felony Records. The release features eleven helpings of rapid-fire, gravelly skate punk bangers, and can be enjoyed in its entirety below.

Aggro Mucho’s previous EP was the 2016 offering We’re Not Alone…

 



Avenged Sevenfold stream new track “Dose”

Heavy metal favourites Avenged Sevenfold are streaming their latest track “Dose”. Calling it a “tripped out metal song”, the band’s vocalist M. Shadows had the following to say about the inspiration behind the tune:

The lyrics were inspired by an unsolved mystery that dates back to the 1950s about an airline traveler who, if you believe the story, supposedly fell into our dimension from another. According to reports, he showed up in a Tokyo airport with a passport from a country that didn’t exist anywhere on a map. He was detained for questioning, but mysteriously vanished from a room guarded by immigration officials, taking with him all evidence of his existence. It ties into the theory that there are infinite possibilities of our lives being played out across space and time.

Fans can enjoy “Dose” in all it’s “tripped out” finery below.



Intervention (emo, FL) stream latest single “Blur”

Jacksonville’s Intervention are streaming new single “Blur”, off their upcoming EP Too Much TV. The record itself is out next month, and fans can pre-order it here.

You can listen to Too Much TV below. It’s the first new music from Intervention since their 2016 five-track, Lucid.



New Music: The Homeless Gospel Choir – “Everyone”

More new music from The Homeless Gospel Choir for your Sunday morning. Today, we’ve got a new lyric video for the track “Everyone,” and you can check it out below.

“Everyone” is the latest song to be released from the upcoming album “The Homeless Gospel Choir Presents: Normal.” It’s due out August 18th via A-F Records, and you can find pre-order information here.



No Trigger unveil “Dogs On Acid,” first single from upcoming album, “Adult Braces”

After a bit of time off the “new music” radar, it looks like No Trigger are finally back!

The Worcester, Massachusetts-based punks have announced details of a brand new 12-inch EP. It’s called “Adult Braces,” and it’ll be released by the good folks at Bird Attack Records in digital form on July 28th and on vinyl on August 11th.

As a bit of a teaser, the band have released a video for the album’s first single. It’s called “Dogs on Acid,” and you can check it out below! “Adult Braces” marks their first release since 2012’s “Tycoon.”



Teenage Bottlerocket streaming new covers album and 7″

Wyoming pop-punks Teenage Bottlerocket have made their new covers album and 7″ available to stream. You can listen to Stealing the Covers and Goin’ Back to Wyo below.

Both releases came out on July 14th through Fat Wreck Chords. The band will be touring Europe, Australia, and Hawaii in the coming months.



Billie Joe and Tim Armstrong release song benefiting 924 Gilman

Green Day‘s Billie Joe Armstrong and Rancid‘s Tim Armstrong have collaborated to release a song called “If There Was Ever A Time”. You can give the it a listen below.

The track is available physically on a flexi 7″ and digitally. All proceeds from sales will be going to Berkeley’s iconic non-profit, all-ages club 924 Gilman.

“If There Was Ever A Time” will also be appearing in the upcoming documentary Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk.



Goldfinger stream new song “Tijuana Sunrise” from upcoming album “The Knife”

California ska-punk veterans Goldfinger have premiered another song from their upcoming album The Knife. The track’s called “Tijuana Sunrise”, and you can check it out below.

The Knife is set to release on July 21 through Rise Records. It will be the band’s first LP in nearly a decade, following 2008’s Hello Destiny.



Death By Fungi (hardcore, India) stream teaser track from forthcoming DBF/Shepherd Split

Bombay’s Death By Fungi are streaming one of their tracks from soon-to-be-released split with fellow countrymen Shepherd. Titled “Dead Soil”, the song is raw, techy, and really living up to its role of “teaser” – the August 15th EP release can’t come round fast enough.

You can listen to “Dead Soil” below. Enjoy.



Incisions (hardcore, UK) stream latest EP, “Quit Now”

Manchester based Incisions are allowing fans to stream their latest EP. Entitled Quit Now, it’s six tracks of super-charged, politicised British hardcore punk – one of those where no song’s longer than two minutes.

Quit Now is the first new music from the five-piece since the late 2016 Scabs EP.  You can listen to the new one in its entirety below.