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Young Harts (Punk, France) stream new self-titled EP

French punk act Young Harts are streaming their new self-titled EP.

You can give it a listen below.

Young Harts was released on March 9th via Pencil Records.

The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing (UK Punk) stream new album “Double Negative”

Victorian-themed punk act The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing are streaming their new album Double Negative.

You can give it a listen below.

Double Negative was released on March 9th via Leather Apron Records.

Elm Tree Circle (Emo, Germany) stream new song “The Lease”

German emo act Elm Tree Circle are streaming their new song “The Lease.”

You can give it a listen below.

“The Lease” comes from the bands’ upcoming debut full length, The Good Life, which is set to be released on May 11th via KROD Records.

Gold Steps (Pop-Punk, Texas) stream new song “Firestarter”

Austin, Texas pop-punk act Gold Steps are streaming their new song “Firestarter.”

You can check it out below, along with some of the bands’ upcoming tour dates.

“Firestarter” comes from the bands’ upcoming EP Incandescent, which is set to be released on May 25th.

Empire Down (Oi!) stream new song “Bastards For The Butcher”

Minneapolis Oi! band Empire Down are streaming their new song “Bastards For The Butcher,” which features guest vocals from Matt Henson of NOi!SE.

You can give the song a listen below.

“Bastards For The Butcher” comes from the bands’ debut self-titled 7″ that was released on March 2nd via Oi! The Boat Records.  You can order that here.

New Heart stream title track from upcoming album “Feel The Change”

Indianapolis hardcore band New Heart are streaming the title track from their upcoming album, “Feel The Change”, released oh Blood & Ink Records on May 4th. The album is the first with new vocalist Hayden French. Various pre-order packages are up now.

You can listen to the track on the band’s Facebook page.

The Damned release two more tracks from their upcoming album

The Damned have released two more tracks from their upcoming album, “Evil Spirits”. Following recent single  “Standing On the Edge of Tomorrow,”, the band have put “Look Left” and “Devil In Disguise” up on streaming platforms. The album will be out on April 13th and will be their first since 2008. Pre-orders are up now.

You can listen to both new “Look Left” and “Devil In Disguise” on Spotify..

Drones (Melodic Hardcore, UK) Stream New Album “Exiled”

The UK’s Drones are allowing fans to stream their latest album, Exhiled. The record features 11 tracks of melodic hardcore based on a young refugee’s experience travelling from a war torn nation to the UK. The label Lockjaw Records have handled the release and you can grab a copy here.

You can also listen to the whole album below.

Maverick (hardcore) stream new single “Resolve” off upcoming EP, announce tour dates

Sydney hardcore punks, Maverick are now streaming their new single “Resolve” off of their upcoming EP “State of Mind” which will be out March 16 on Dog Fight Records.

The boys are also setting out on a string of shows starting today, check out the tour flyer below!


Trashed Ambulance announce new album “Flashes of Competence”

Hailing from Alberta, Trashed Ambulance have just announced that they’ll be releasing their new album “Flashes of Competence” sometime in early May of this year on Thousand Islands Records.

These guys will also be auctioning off five songs on Facebook which will be recorded and released in Summer of 2018 to help support their tour which will end with an appearance at Pouzza Fest in Montreal. Click here for more details.

The Wonder Years stream new song “Pyramids of Salt”

The Wonder Years are now streaming their new track, “Pyramids of Salt.” The track comes off their new album “Sister Cities,” as a testament to chilling intros and the movement of emotion that music should always illicit.

The boys are heading out on tour Tigers Jaw, Tiny Moving Parts, and Worriers starting in May and ending in June as well.

Check out the new track below.

Call Me Malcom (ska) announce pre orders for new album “I Was Broken When You Got Here”, release new video

Ska punks Call Me Malcom have just blessed the world and opened up the pre orders for their new album to to be released on April 6th. You can pre order the new album “I Was Broken When You Got Here” right here. The album takes a stance on mental health and depression, and their recovery.

The guys have also released a new video for “There’s No “I” in Apocolypse” which takes a Sims-like animation approach on the visual accompaniment. Check it out below!

Donovan Wolfington (indie-punk) stream new album “Waves”

Indie punks Donovan Wolfington are now streaming their new album, “Waves” via Community Records. The nine track piece follows up their last release of “How To Treat The Ones You Love” in 2015 from Topshelf Records.

Check out the album below!

Album Stream: Custody – “Custody”

Finland pop-punkers Custody recently released their latest self-titled full-length and we have it here for full  streaming for you. The 10-track record is old school 90s punk plus what the band calls “daddy punk.” You are just going to have to listen to find out what that means.

You can check the full thing out below.

The self-titled album follows the band’s 2016 EP, Blistered Soul/Whatever We Decide. 

Punchline (punk) stream new song “Friend From the Future” off upcoming album “LION”

Pittsburg pop-punk band Punchline have dropped a brand new song called “Friend From The Future.” The song is one off of their highly anticipated upcoming record, LION. It is a feel-good punk song that gives us a good taste of what we can expect from these mighty rockers.

You can check the song out here.

Lion will serve as a follow-up to 2015’s, Thrilled.