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Bad Mechanics (new wave/punk) stream new single “You Drink LaCroix”

America’s baddest band, Chicago’s Bad Mechanics, are currently streaming their new single “You Drink LaCroix” over at The Bad Copy. You can listen to it here. The song will be featured on their upcoming record “Precious Moments in the USA” which will be available this September through Stonewalled Records.

“You Drink LaCroix” is the follow up to Bad Mechanics’ 2016 single “Must Be a Suburb” which you can listen to at their bandcamp.

Dutch punks Landlines release video for ‘Rock Bottom’

Dutch pop-punk band Landlines released a video for the track ‘Rock Bottom’, taken from the band’s last EP. ‘Blue’ came out during summer last year.

Check out the video for ‘Rock Bottom’ below.

Gnarwolves releases video for new track ‘Straitjacket’

UK grit punks Gnarwolves have unveiled a brand new track. ‘Straitjacket’ is the second single taken from their up and coming album ‘Outsiders’, out May 5th via Big Scary Monsters.

‘Straitjacket’ comes with a beautiful new video which you can check out below.

Rise Against teases possible new music

Keep your eyes peeled tomorrow. Rise Against sent out a cryptic e-mail via their mailing list, teasing to nothing but the date April 20th. Curious to see what we get on our plates for 4/20.

Rise Against released their last full album ‘The Black Market’ in 2014. The band is also heading out on a big co-headline tour with Deftones later this year.

It’s official: Jawbreaker is back, and will play this year’s Riot Fest!

After years of rumors, speculation and teasers, California punk legends Jawbreaker have announced that they are finally reuniting. The band will play their first show in 21 years at this year’s Riot Fest as the headlining act on the festival’s final night on September 17th. More details on the fest can be found here.

It’s not clear if the Riot Fest performance will be a one-off, or if the reunion will result in a tour or new album. We’ll keep you posted as more details on Jawbreaker’s future come to light. The band broke up in 1996, a year after the release of their classic album Dear You.

Music Video: OWEAK – “Falling Down”

Tokyo, Japan based melodic punks OWEAK have premiered a music video for their new track “Falling Down.” You can watch it below.

The track comes from their second mini-album, titled “At Nightfall.” The mini-album was released today, April 19th, via CATCH ALL RECORDS in Japan. OWEAK will also be headed out across Japan over the next few months to tour in support of “At Nightfall.” You can find tour dates and locations below the video.”

Before Me (Japan, Melodic Punk) stream 7 track album

Tokyo, Japan based melodic punk band Before Me are currently streaming a 7 track album titled “Hibi Tsudzuku” or “Continue Day by Day” in English. You can listen to it below.

This album is the debut release from the band, and dropped on the 18th of April.

Face to Face release video for “Say What You Want”

Face To Face just released the new video for “Say What You Want,” off the 2016 album “Protection.” Check it out below.

Released through Fat Wreck Chords, the track deals with “how speech is often protected to be exclusionary of people who have divergent opinions from the accepted social norms. You really can’t say what you want (Trever Keith, vocals and guitar).” 

“Protection” was released in March 2016, a follow up to 2013’s “Three Chords and A Half Truth.”

Thin Lips (indie-punk) announce spring tour

Thin Lips have just announced a spring tour, with some dates joined by Museum Mouth, Great Cynics, and Signals Midwest. Check them out below, and check here for more information.

Thin Lips’ most recent release “Riff Hard” released via Lame-O-Records is the follow up to the 2015 EP “Divorce Year.”

Canadian skatepunks Propagandi finish recording new album

Propagandi have just announced the wrap up of recording on their new album.

Hello Everybody!! We ‘re just finishing up recording our next record and I must say it’s going to be a wild one!! This summer, while we’re waiting for it to be unleashed, we’re going to be playing a few shows!! We’re stoooooked!

Check out the Facebook post here.

The album will follow the 2012 release, Failed States via Epitaph.

Quebec punks Still Insane stream new track “Wires & Tubes”

Skate punks Still Insane hailing from Quebec have premiered their new track, “Wires & Tubes” off the Friends & Family EP, available through Thousand Island Records on April 27th, 2017.

Check out the track below, and pre order a copy of the EP here.

Friends & Family will be their first release in five years, following Never An Off in 2012.

Bound and Buried stream new EP “Red is a Lucky Number”

Brooklyn act Bound & Buried (a punk stew made up with ex-members of Boysetsfire, Get Involved!, Resistors and Lugosi) are streaming their new EP Red is a Lucky Number.

You can give it a listen below.  If you like what you hear, the band is offering the whole thing as a pay what you want download.

Red is a Lucky Number was released on April 17th, 2017.  It follows up their October 2016 EP Nighttime is Mine.

No Fun At All announce new members, upcoming album

Swedish skate punk act No Fun At All have made a few announcements that should make fans of the band pretty excited.  The band is heading into the studio to record a new album that should see release in the spring of 2018.  The band also announced that they are recording this album with two new members!.  You can check out a statement from the band below.

Svetlanas stream new song “Lose Control”

Everybody’s favorite Russian-Italian political punks, Svetlanas, are streaming the first song off their upcoming album This Is Moscow Not LA.

You can give “Lose Control” a listen below.

This Is Moscow Not LA will be released in the near future via Rad Girlfriend Records.  Svetlanas’ last album, 2015’s Naked Horse Rider, was released via Altercation Records.

The Wet Bandits (melodic-punk) announce new EP “I Hope You Hear This” and tour dates

Canadian punk act “The Wet Bandits” have announced the release of a new 7 song EP “I Hope You Hear This”. The album serves as a follow up to the bands April 2016 release “Sound Waves”.

The band will embark on a tour in support of the new release. You can find the dates below .