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Suicidal Tendencies to release new album in September

California thrash/hardcore punk legends Suicidal Tendencies will release a new album in September, according to drummer Dave Lombardo who broke the news via Twitter:

“SUICIDAL TENDENCIES – OFFICIAL fall dates are starting to reveal themselves. Many more will be announced soon!!

Riot Fest Louder Than Life Monster Energy Music

¡!New Full Length SxTx LP will released in September!¡”

Although the dates for a fall tour have yet to be announced, the band will be playing this year’s Riot Fest, which will take place at Douglas Park in Chicago from September 14th-16th. They will also be appearing at this year’s Louder Than Life festival, which will be held September 28th-30th at Champions Park in Louisville.

Suicidal Tendencies released the EP Get Your Fight On! last March, while their last full-length record World Gone Mad was released in 2016.



The Flatliners announce “Mass Candescence” EP on Dine Alone Records

Surprise!

In news that came from seemingly out of nowhere but in reality came from Canada, The Flatliners have announced a new 7-inch!

It’s called “Mass Candescence” and it’s a three-song release that’s available for order now via Dine Alone Records. Click here to get your grubby paws on your very own. Oh, and you can check out one of the tracks, “The Arousal Of Repair,” down below!

“Mass Candescence” marks the Flatties first release since early last year’s Inviting Light full-length, which was released by Rise Records and Dine Alone.



Shift-D streaming new song “Vicious Memory”

Burly city melodic punks Shift-D are streaming the song “Recovery” from their upcoming album This Message Will Self Destruct, which comes out on June 21st via Thousand Island Records.

Check out the new track right here!

This will be the fifth release for Shift-D, the first since the March 2015 release of Battle On Your Own.



The Offspring still in the studio?

As reported by Ultimate-Guitar.com, The Offspring are apparently still in the studio with producer Bob Rock, tracking down at least one song for their long-awaited new album. Guitarist Noodles wrote this statement via Instagram:

“Bob and I laying down tracks on a brand new song today (Bob plays a mean foot pedal). Kicking ass before we head out on the road to… um… kick ass. #KickAss Photo: @peteparada

The new Offspring record, which is tentatively due for release before the end of the year, will be the first from the band since 2012’s Days Go By. Next month, they will be on tour with 311.



Social Distortion to begin pre-production of new album around January

In a recent interview with Edmonton Journal, Social Distortion frontman Mike Ness offered an update on the band’s long-awaited new album. When the interviewer assumed that touring through the summer and into the fall means that new music isn’t expected too soon, Mike said:

“Yeah, it’s tough. I’ve put a few new songs in the set just to let people know that we’re not sitting on our asses at home. It gets people talking, which is nice. But yeah, once we stop touring in November, we’ll be ready. I’m thinking that by January we’ll be pre-production, but I don’t want to rush something out just to get it out.”

Ness also stated, “I don’t want to rush something just to get it out for a Thanksgiving release. It’s not like Epitaph is on me to get a new record out, though I imagine they’d be happy with a new Social D album.”

We’ll keep you posted once we get more details on the new Social D record, which will be the band’s one since 2011’s Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes.



The Venomous Pinks premiere new video for “Pizza Slice”

It’s Friday. It’s been a long, awful week at work. Hey pal. You look glum. Arizona punks the Venomous Pinks have exactly what you need: a pizza slice.

They deliver it so fast and hot that it’ll blister your mouth, ears, and ass. The song’s fast, hard, and to the point: pizza. Pizza is the point. Pizza is the only point. Pizza is the alpha and the omega, with beer somewhere in between. Their drummer summed it up best with this limerick:

“This is our homage to the humble pie,
You will see a hot pizza guy,
So whether you’re a girl or a boy
Listen, watch and enjoy,
Cuz pizza and punk will never die!”

Damn skippy. Check out the video for “Pizza Slice” below, and if you like what you hear, you can pick up the “We Do It Better” EP that includes the song.



Riot Fest announce first round of artists for 2018 lineup

Chicago’s Riot Fest have just announced their first round of artists for the 2018. lineup!

The festival takes place in Douglas Park over September 14, 15, and 16 with music, food vendors, rides, and plenty of beer to go around.

Three day passes are now available here. Riot Fest also offers the ‘layaway’ option for those of you who would like to pay off your tickets in the coming months in segmented payments.

See below for a list of the lineup!



The Stragglers stream new EP “The Mont of Beli Cristo”

London’s (the Ontario persuasion) the Stragglers have released a new EP, “The Mont of Beli Cristo.” You can stream it below and pick it up for six bucks from bandcamp.

The Stragglers’ last release was 2015’s “Basements.”



The Menzingers release new single, “Toy Soldier”

Last week The Menzingers released a new single, “Toy Soldier.” It’s the band’s first release since last year’s “After the Party.”

Check out “Toy Soldier” below!



The Nielsens (pop punk) stream new album “Blurry Photos”

Edmonton, Alberta pop punks The Nielsens are streaming their new album Blurry Photos.

Mix equal parts of the Ramones and thrash metal, add a dash of Science Fiction, subtract a little bubblegum and you will have a rough idea of the fast paced pop punk that is The Nielsens. Be sure to check this out, as it looks to be heading towards the year end lists.

Turn up the volume and listen below.



Pity Party announces west coast tour dates with Spider Cider

Oakland emo pop-punks Pity Party have announced some west coast dates in support of their latest EP Are You Happy Yet?, which is available through La Escalera Records.

Joining them will be Spider Cider, alternative emo for grown ups, from Tucson, AZ.

Stream the album and check out the dates below.



Bitter Grounds premiere new video “Two Sides”

Dutch punks Bitter Grounds are premiering a new video for the song “Two Sides” off their upcoming album Two Sides of Hope, which is a follow up to 2016 classic Hollowlands.

Be on the look out for their new album this year, but in the meantime check out the video below



The Adolescents announce new album, stream new song

The Adolescents have announced that they will be releasing their new album, Cropduster, on July 20th via Concrete Jungle Records.

The band is also streaming the first song from the album.  You can listen to “Queen of Denial” below.

The Adolescents last released Manifest Destiny in 2016 also through Concrete Jungle Records.



BLURG! (punk, Florida) stream new EP “Poser”

Florida punk act BLURG! are streaming their new EP, Poser, which was recorded by Joe Queer and released on May 4th, 2018.

You can check it out below.

BLURG! last released their Maximum Dumbasssery Demo in 2017.



The Distillers announce more reunion tour dates

The Distillers have announced some more reunion tour dates that will see them on the west coast in September.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

The Distillers released their last album, Coral Fang, in 2003 through Sire Records.