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The Mad Doctors (punk) stream new single “Yuengling Malmsteen”

Brooklyn, New York’s The Mad Doctors have got to be the hardest working band in the big apple. It seems like they just can’t go a week without a gig, a release, or getting up and out of NYC for tour dates all over the North East and beyond.

Just yesterday Seth Applebaum, Josh Park, and Greg Hanson released another new single with “Yuengling Malmsteen,” which is their beer soaked side of a split 7” with fellow Brooklynites Heavy Traffic. The new tune came on Aug. 11 along with an announcement of the opening of vinyl pre-orders which will be available Sept. 22.

“Yuengling Malmsteen” is the right sort of track to hit the booze hard to, and then to hit someone else. It’s the sort of song that you can envision a liquor fueled barroom brawl between gargantuan bikers and dangerous punks going down in your local dive. Give it a listen below.



Such Gold stream teaser track from forthcoming EP “Deep in a Hole”

New York’s Such Gold are streaming a track from their soon-to-be-released album Deep in a Hole. The song chosen to get fans in the mood for their latest work is called “Ransom”, and can be listened to below.

Deep in a Hole is due for release on September 8, 2017 via Bird Attack Records.



Hard Girls (indie punk, San Jose) announce new album “Floating Now”

California indie punk trio Hard Girls have announced their latest record will be available on October 6, 2017 via Asian Man (US) and Specialist Subject Records (UK). Entitled Floating Now, the album will be the band’s third and the most recent since their 2014 LP A Thousand Surfaces.

 



Incisions (hardcore, UK) stream video for “Mexican Jail”

Manchester’s Incisions are streaming their first video from recently released EP Quit Now. The track the band have selected is a fierce diatribe about incarceration in Latin America entitled “Mexican Jail”. You can check it out in full below.



True Rivals (punk, LA) announce new EP “Look At Me!”

LA based punk rock four-piece True Rivals have announced a new EP. Entitled Look At Me, the release is scheduled for August 25, 2017. It will be the first release from the band since their 2014 full-length, The Revenant.

 

 



Years Before (punk) stream EP “A Fork in the Road”

Cleveland, OH natives and punk rockers Years Before are now streaming their second EP, “A Fork in the Road” release on August 11.

This EP follows through to their first release, “Hometown Zeros”  which hit the public earlier this year in March.

Stream the EP below, and click here to download for free.



Forsaken Profits release new videos for “Revolution” and “Resist”

Atlanta thrash punks Forsaken Profits have just released two new videos for their tracks, “Revolution” and “Resist.”

The video for “Revolution” is their official music video which is two minutes and fourteen seconds of fast moving intensity. “Resist” contain footage from their latest appearance at Skatopia Fest in Rutland, Ohio.

The two tracks are both off of their July 2016 release of Minimum Wage Maximum Rage which is available for download here.

Check out the videos below.



The Apology Tour announce debut LP, stream new single

The Apology Tour, fronted by Nick Diener of The Swellers, have announced their debut LP, “This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things,” to be released via Save Your Generation Records on September 15th. The band describes themselves as “Sludgy/Synthy.” I agree.

Their newest single, “Not That Far,” is streaming over at AP, so check it out while SoundCloud still exists. But wait, there’s more! If you act now, you can go to bandcamp and get two previously released tracks, yes, TWO previously released tracks for pay what you want! It’s insane! They’re practically giving these things away!

You can also stream those songs below.



Small Circle (feat members of Sorority Noise) stream track from upcoming album “cyclical”

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania based alternative emo act Small Circle is streaming a new track titled “spinning” from their upcoming debut album. You can listen to it below.

Small Circle features vocals from Marissa D’Elia, and 3 members of Sorority Noise (Cam Boucher, Adam Ackerman, Charlie Singer). Their debut album will be titled cyclical, and is set to be released on September 8 via Boucher’s Flower Girl Records, as well as Triple Crown Records.



Music Video: SWANKY DANK – “Colors”

Tokyo, Japan based pop-punks SWANKY DANK have premiered a music video for their song “Colors.” You can watch it below.

The track is the lead single from their upcoming full length album Smokes, which is set to be released on September 27 in Japan.



Los Fatso Libres (oi punk) streaming new song “The Mask” from upcoming album

Nottingham punks Los Fatso Libres are streaming a new song “The Mask” off their debut EP “No Holds Barred” set to be released in September. If your a fan of Booze and Glory or The Old Firm Casuals you will dig these guys.

You can check out the new song below.



The Decayed (hardcore/thrash) streaming new self titled EP

The Decayed featuring members of Last False Hope, and former members of Break the Silence and Failed Resistance are streaming their debut EP “The Decayed”.

You can give the album a listen below.

The band based in Chicago formed in March of this year and made it a mission to get an album out to the masses as fast as possible. They were able to record the six song EP in 10 hours and for fans of hardcore punk it was worth every minute. 



Blacklisted release 2 track 7″ via Six Feet Under Records

Six Feet Under Records have released a two song, 7″ Blacklisted EP. The two songs, “Dry Shaving” and “Please, Go Away” were tracks recorded during the sessions for 2015’s “When People Grow, People Go” album.

Have a listen to the the tracks below. You can order the 7″ now.



Such Gold announce new EP “Deep In A Hole”

Such Gold have announced a new EP. “Deep In  A Hole” is out on September 8th via Bird Attack Records. Pre-Orders are up on Friday.

Artwork – and a short preview video – are below.



Asian Man new signings Bat Boy release debut EP “Couldn’t Keep Up”

Bat Boy, the new band from members of bands including Spraynard, have released a debut EP on Asian Man. “Couldn’t Keep Up” is up now, with 7″ orders up from the label now.

You can have a listen to the EP below.