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Belvedere announce European tour

Canadian skate punk veterans Belvedere have announced they will be touring Europe this April. Check out the tour dates below to see if there’s a show near you.

The band’s latest album The Revenge of the Fifth was released last May through Bird Attack Records. It was their first LP in over a decade, following 2004’s Fast Forward Eats the Tape.



Pasted release new video “Jumping Jack”

Swedish skate punks Pasted have released a video for “Jumping Jack”. The track is the opening track from their EP “Dying In The Living Room”, which came out back in 2015.

You can watch the video below.



F.O.D. release new video “Last”

Belgian skate punks F.O.D. have released a video for new track “Last”. The song is from upcoming album “Harvest”, out new month on Funtime Records/Effervescence Records in Europe and Bird Attack Records in the US.

You can watch the video below.



NOFX stream video for “California Uber Alice (Is It Too Late To Secede?)”

NOFX are streaming a video for their previously released track “California Uber Alice (Is It Too Late To Secede?)”. The song was originally featured as part of the band’s 7 Inch Of The Month Club in 2005. You can watch the video below.



Satanic Surfers recording new music

According to a recent post on their Facebook page, Swedish skate punk veterans Satanic Surfers are currently in the studio recording new music. The band did not specify whether they are working on a full-length album, but we’ll keep you posted as more details are revealed.

Satanic Surfers released their last album Taste the Poison way back in 2005 through Bad Taste Records. They will be touring Latin America in February.



69 Enfermos (skate punk) stream new song “On My Own” from upcoming album

Brazilian skate punks 69 Enfermos have premiered a new single from their upcoming album A Place to Call Home. The song’s titled “On My Own,” and you can give it a listen below.

A Place to Call Home is set to release later this year through Morning Wood Records, serving as the follow-up to 2015’s Beyond Borders. It will be the band’s second English-language release.



Lagwagon, The Flatliners, Bad Cop/Bad Cop and more among first wave of Pouzza Fest bands

The first batch of bands has been announced for the 2017 installment of Montreal’s Pouzza Fest, and it’s already a pretty great one. Leading the charge none other than Montreal’s adopted son Joey Cape and his pals in the almighty Lagwagon! Also announced are heavy hitters like The Flatliners, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Mustard Plug (performing “Evildoers Beware”), The Slackers (performing “Redlight”), Red City Radio, and more.

Pouzza Fest takes place May 19-21 in various Montreal venues. Check out the full rundown here.



Class of 86 stream new EP “Volition”

Minneapolis skate punks Class of 86 are currently streaming their latest EP titled “Volition.” You can listen to it below.

“Volition” was released on January 10 via Bird Attack Records. The band’s last release was Future On Fire, which came out in 2014 through Paper + Plastick Records.



Darko (skate punk) release new music video – “Hiraeth”

UK skate punks Darko have a new music video out for their new song, “Hiraeth.” Give it a look and listen below.

The track is the first single from the band’s debut full-length album, Bonsai Mammoth, which is due out February 3rd on Bird Attack Records (US), Lockjaw Records (UK), and Torch Of Hope Records (Japan).



The Konbinis (skate punk) release new music video – “Back To The 90’s”

French skate punk band The Konbinis are putting out a new album in the new year, and now we’re getting a little taste of it. Watch the band’s video for “Back To The 90’s” below.

The song is the title track from the band’s upcoming album, which is due out in early 2017. Check out the album cover art above. That’s all we know about the album for now. We’ll let you know as soon as more details are released.

This will be the first album from The Konbinis since their 2013 release, Plastic Punks, which you can download for free/name your price at their Bandcamp page, here.



F.O.D. (skate punk) release lyric video for “Act Of Consecration”

Belgian skate punks F.O.D. have a lyric video out for their song “Act Of Consecration.” Watch it below.

The track comes from the band’s upcoming new album, Harvest, which is due out February 7, 2017.

The band had this to say about the album and this song in particular: “The new album HARVEST will be our most diverse album up to date. There’s even a waltz-like song, which is not that punk but we don’t really care about that. But this song, on the other hand, is the most aggressive one on the record. Hope you don’t mind.”

Harvest will be the band’s first album in 3 years, following 2014’s Tricks of the Trade.



Statues On Fire stream new track “All Smiles Were Fading Away”

Brazilian skate punks Statues On Fire are streaming a brand new track titled “All Smiles Were Fading Away.” Check it out below.

The track is a previously unreleased song from their latest album, “No Tomorrow,” which will be included in the US release of the album via Dang!Records.



On A Hiding To Nothing stream new track “London Road, Mate”

London skate punks On A Hiding To Nothing are streaming new track “London Road, Mate” ahead of new EP “Formaldehyde”, out January 29th. The EP is the first new music since the band’s self-titled EP from 2015.

You can listen to the track below.



The Fullblast stream new track “Redemption”

Ontario’s technical skate punk quartet The Fullblast are to release a new EP in the new year. “Attack.Sustain.Decay” is out on February 24th – their first release since their reformation. Ahead of the release, they are streaming “Redemption”. You can listen to the track below.

The track is out as a single on the usual streaming platforms from tomorrow.



Hack The Mainframe (Australia, skatepunk) stream EP “Trapped Online” and video “No Escape”

Aussie skatepunk newcomers Hack The Mainframe are streaming their debut EP Trapped Online and have released a music video for their track “No Escape”. The group features vocals from the legendary Wiseheimer frontman Heath Rowley and they plan to release a video for every track on their EP.

Take a listen and have a watch below.