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Shot Baker releases music video for “Crack in the Code”, announce show

Shot Baker has returned!

The four piece are back with their original line up, and have just dropped a music video for their track, “Crack in the Code.” Their show at the Cobra Lounge (Chicago, IL) on May 20 will be their first show since 2009.

You can pick up a pair of tickets here, and watch their new video below.



Hans Gruber and the Die Hards release new music video for “Exhausted”, announce tour

Texan ska-punks Hans Gruber and The Die Hards have just released a new music video for their song, “Exhausted” which is off of their upcoming self titled EP, available May 25.

In support of the release, the Austin based quartet will tour through the end of May, and two dates in early June.

You can scope out the music video, and the tour dates below.



Fights and Fires stream new song “Blanquettes” off upcoming album “Live like a Tourist”

UK based punk rockers Fights and Fires are streaming the new song “Blanquettes” off their upcoming album “Live Like a Tourist”. The album will serve as the band’s fourth full length release and the first new music since the 2016 single “Take a Swing at the World”.

You can give the new song a listen here.

You can pre-order the new album from Lockjaw Records which you can find here.



Saintseneca unveil new song “Book of the Dead On Sale” (For fans of The Weakerthans)

Ohio punks Saintseneca are streaming the new song “Book of the Dead On Sale”.

The new song coincides with Saintseneca’s upcoming tour with Tigers Jaw which will begin later this week.

You can check out the new song and tour dates here.



TrainQuill (ska) release humorous video featuring Afroman (rap)

New Port Richey’s own TrainQuill have released an awesome new video for the song “Back to the Weedman” featuring the rap stylings of none other than Afroman. The song comes off the bands 2014 release “Welcome to Our Garden”.

You can give this video a look here, and no you don’t have to get high.



Wiretap Records release “(Don’t Forget To) Pay Attention!” Charity Compilation

Los Angeles’ Wiretap Records are streaming another one of their regular compilations on Bandcamp, released to raise money for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). 100% of donations for “(Don’t Forget To) Pay Attention” go to the charity.

You can have a listen (ahead of throwing a few pennies their way) below.



Rise Against stream new song “House on Fire”

US household names Rise Against are streaming new material ahead of their full album launch next month. Wolves will be released via Virgin Records on June 9th, and will feature “House on Fire” which you can stream here.

Rise Against’s previous full release was the 2014 effort, The Black Market.

 

 



Mascot (Florida, pop punk) are streaming two tracks from “Unlikely Hero EP”

Florida based pop punkers Mascot are allowing fans to stream two tracks off their latest release, the “Unlikely Hero EP”.

The band themselves describe their sound as “sweet pop punk bangers that speak to your inner emasculated souls”. If that sounds like your kind of thing, you can take a listen to them below.



Patent Pending (New York) stream “Livin’ La Vida Loca” off forthcoming record “Other People’s Greatest Hits”

New York party punks Patent Pending are streaming a track from their soon-to-be-released record, Other People’s Greatest Hits. As the name suggests, the album comprises of covers of tunes made popular by other artists.

The full album is due to be released on May, 26th, 2017 but if you can’t wait, you can stream “Livin’ La Vida Loca” below.



Talk Show Host stream title track from upcoming EP “Not Here to Make Friends”

Toronto punks Talk Show Host are streaming the title track from their upcoming EP Not Here to Make Friends. You can give the song a listen below.

Not Here to Make Friends comes out next Friday, May 19th. The band will be touring Europe in support of the release later this month (dates below).



Oh The Humanity! announce new EP “Tired Ears”, stream single “Sinking”

Massachusetts melodic punks Oh The Humanity! have announced their new EP Tired Ears will be released on June 30th through Ocelot Records.

Check out the first single “Sinking” below, and head over to Bandcamp to pre-order the 10″ EP.

Tired Ears will be the band’s first release since their 2014 debut album Carry Me Home.



Propagandhi mastering new album

Canadian punk legends Propagandhi just recently began mastering their long-awaited new album, which will be their first since 2012’s Failed States, at The Blasting Room. The band wrote:

“The new Propagandhi record is finished and being mastered at The Blasting Room, we have no doubt that it’s a great one! This summer, while we’re waiting for it to be released, we’ll be playing a few shows. One of those will be in Wiesbaden with our friends from Useless I.D. and La Armada! We’ can’t wait to see those bands and partake in some serious rocking! Have a good one, everybody!”

There’s no word yet on a title and release date for the new album, but we’ll keep you posted as more details come to light.



Chicago pop punks The Mizzerables stream new release

The Mizzerables have released “No Sleeves” via bandcamp. You can name your own price for the three new tracks and check out the stream below.

I can never get enough Illinois pop punk, especially when it’s free.



Lost In Society stream tracks from upcoming 7″

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.



Encourager release new album “Rager”

Seattle’s Encourager have released their new album, “Rager,” and you can pick it up at bandcamp.

Check out the stream of the album below.

You can never go wrong with song titles like “If You Don’t Like Cool Ranch, You Don’t Like Me.”