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Vultures United stream two cover songs off “Girls” album

Hardcore-punk act Vultures United will be releasing a new EP titled “Girls” on December 12th.  It will feature covers from a bunch of different female fronted acts.  To get you pumped you can stream 2 new songs from the release (“Oh Bondage, Up Yours!” originally by X-Ray Spex and “That’s Not My Name” by the Ting Tings. ) right here.

You can check it out here.

The album can be pre-ordered on the band’s website.



10 Songs That Made Me Fall In Love With Punk – (Vultures United)

We recently caught up with Vultures United vocalist Jordan Salazar to get his take on the songs that got him in to punk rock. Check out his list here.



New Bruises stream new album “Chock Full Of Misery”

Tampa, Florida punk act New Bruises are streaming their new album “Chock Full Of Misery” right here.

“Chock Full Of Death” was released today (June 5th) via Kiss Of Death/No Idea Records.



New Bruises stream new song “Is Nature The Key” off upcoming album

Tampa, Florida punk act New Bruises have premiered a brand new track from their upcoming release “Chock Full Of Misery.” The song is called “Is Nature The Key,” and you can listen to it over here.

“Chock Full Of Death” is due out June 5th via Kiss Of Death/No Idea Records. The band’s last release was 2010′s split with The Measure, also on Kiss Of Death Records.



Criminal Culture and Rubrics offer split 7-inch for free download

Tampa’s Criminal Culture and South Carolina’s Rubrics have recently released a split 7″ on Get Better Records, Kiss of Death and Hold Tight Records.  You can stream or download it for free here.



New Bruises release track “There Was Only One Johnny Cash”

Tampa, Florida punk act New Bruises have premiered a brand new track from their upcoming release “Chock Full Of Misery.” The song is called “There Was Only One Johnny Cash,” and you can listen to it over here.

“Chock Full Of Death” is due out June 5th via Kiss Of Death/No Idea Records. The band’s last release was 2010’s split with The Measure, also on Kiss Of Death Records.



Bangers recording new songs

UK punk upstarts Bangers are recording some new songs. Here’s what they had to say:

Recording a couple of new songs today for our split with What A Nights! So far it’s going pretty alright…

The band released their first full-length album “Small Pleasures” on May 9th 2011.



Music Video: The Fake Boys – “Drug Rug”

Massachusetts punk act, The Fake Boys, have posted the music video for their song “Drug Rug.”

You can check it out here.

The song appears on their latest EP, “Nice Knowing You,” which came out last August on Kiss of Death / Neutral Territory Records. The band will release their upcoming full-length album, “Pig Factory,” on March 27th through Animal Style Records.



Static Radio giving away free download of rare songs for charity

New Jersey punks, Static Radio NJ are releasing their covers of Nirvana, Foo Foo Fighters and The Arteries, as well an acoustic version of their song “Geeks,” for free download. All that they ask for in return in is a donation to “Out Of The Darkness,” a suicide prevention charity, in their friend Seth’s name. Seth was their roadie / manager and responsible for taking the photo on the cover of their latest album “We Are All Beasts.”

You can check out the songs here.

“We Are All Beasts” was  released on September 27th through Kiss Of Death Records.



Dirty Tactics stream new song “Across The World” from upcoming EP “Atlas Sessions”

Philly punk act Dirty Tactics are streaming a brand new song called “Across The World” right here.

The tune will appear on a brand new EP titled “Atlas Sessions” which is slated for release tomorrow via Kiss Of Death Records.



The Slow Death announce East Coast tour dates

Minneapolis punk band The Slow Death are about to hit the road for a month-long tour up the East Coast. The tour will take the band down to the Fest in Gainesville, then as far north as Massachusetts before they head home. Several of the dates at the beginning of the tour will be played with Arms Aloft, and the band will meet up with The Fake Boys to finish up the tour’s last handful of shows.

You can find the tour dates here.

The Slow Death will be touring in support of their new album, “Born Ugly, Got Worse,” released last month on Kiss of Death Records.



Full Album Stream: Senders – “Lucidity/Lividity”

Gainesville “stoner-emo” group Senders are streaming their entire new album “Lucidity/Lividity” right here.

The album was released this week via Kiss of Death Records.



Vultures United release “To Live And Die In Gainesville” EP, streaming title track

hardcore-punk act Vultures United have stealthfully released a new EP on Kiss Of Death Records. It’s their little tribute to The Fest and is titled “To Live In Die In Gainesville.”  Colored vinyl with 4 news songs that including a Good Riddance cover (“Heresy, Hypocrisy & Revenge”).  The band states:

We’re pretty sure you’re going to be pleasantly surprised on how different these songs are from the SAVAGES songs. Some chef probably first coined “variety is the spice of life”. …Truth or total bullshit?

We should also tell you that there’s a Good Riddance cover song on this sucker.

You can see if that statements accurate by streaming the title track from the release right here and “Slam Dances With Wolves” here.

You can order the album from the Kiss Of Death webstore.



The Slow Death stream new album “Born Ugly, Got Worse”

Twin Cities punk band The Slow Death are streaming their entire upcoming album “Born Ugly, Got Worse” and you can rock out to it here.

The album was officially released last week via Kiss Of Death.

For the band’s upcoming European tour dates, click here.



Senders stream new songs “Science” and “Shooting from the Hip”

Gainesville four piece Senders are streaming two new songs “Science” and “Shooting from the Hip” off their upcoming album “Lucidity/Lividity.”

“Lucidity/Lividity” is due to be released on October 11th via Kiss of Death Records. You can stream the tracks and pre-order the new album here.