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Red Tank! (garage punk) stream new single “Things Fall Apart”

Phoenix based garage punks Red Tank! have just released their first single of 2017 with “Things Fall Apart” on Aug. 3 and you can give it a listen below. This is their first release since last summer’s full-length Bio/Feedback and like all Clipper Arnold penned tunes it’s fuzzy, it’s aggressive, and you can bet your bippy it’s well thought out.

Clipper is one of contemporary punk’s most contemplative songwriters and “Things Fall Apart” is very much continuing in that vein for the Arizona State Political Science major. With all that is going on in the American political landscape just about any poli/sci major might tell you they feel like things are falling apart.

The current incarnation of Red Tank! which features Clipper as the only original member and the only member leftover from even last summer’s lineup just completed a National tour and are back home preparing to roll out the rest of their record.



The Mad Doctors (punk) stream new single “Yuengling Malmsteen”

Brooklyn, New York’s The Mad Doctors have got to be the hardest working band in the big apple. It seems like they just can’t go a week without a gig, a release, or getting up and out of NYC for tour dates all over the North East and beyond.

Just yesterday Seth Applebaum, Josh Park, and Greg Hanson released another new single with “Yuengling Malmsteen,” which is their beer soaked side of a split 7” with fellow Brooklynites Heavy Traffic. The new tune came on Aug. 11 along with an announcement of the opening of vinyl pre-orders which will be available Sept. 22.

“Yuengling Malmsteen” is the right sort of track to hit the booze hard to, and then to hit someone else. It’s the sort of song that you can envision a liquor fueled barroom brawl between gargantuan bikers and dangerous punks going down in your local dive. Give it a listen below.



Slaughter Beach, Dog (ex-Modern Baseball) streams “Gold and Green”

Slaughter Beach, Dog (the folk project of Jake Ewald of Modern Baseball fame) is streaming “Green and Gold”, a track from the newly announced record “Birdie”, out October 27th on Lame-O Records.

Pre-orders for “Birdie” are available now physically and digitally via Lame-O Records, in the UK/Europe via Big Scary Monsters, and in Australia via Cooking Vinyl. You can listen to “Green and Gold” below – and check on the Fall tour that has been announced.



Hot Knife stream new track “My Fangs”

Brooklyn-based pop-punks Hot Knife (featuring members of Static Radio NJ, Spanish Gamble, and Candy Hearts) have streamed new track “My Fangs”. The song is the title track from their upcoming EP, which is out September 8th via Black Numbers.

The EP is up for pre-order now – whilst the track is streaming over on Punk Rock Theory.



Turnover stream new track “Bonnie (Rhythm & Melody)”

Turnover have streamed another new track. “Bonnie (Rhythm & Melody)” follows June’s “Super Natural” – both tracks being taken from their upcoming album “Good Nature”. The album is set to be released on August 25th via Run For Cover Records.

You can listen to “Bonnie (Rhythm & Melody)” below.



The Movielife stream “Ghosts In The Photographs”

 

The Movielife are streaming another new track. The band’s first effort in 14 years, “Mercy Is Asleep At The Wheel”, released back in June, has been followed by “Ghosts In The Photograph” – just as strong a track. Both songs are from upcoming LP “Cities In Search Of A Heart”, out September 22nd via Rise Records.

Listen to the track below.



The Bare Minimum release video for “The Only Thing You Can Keep”

Toronto skate punkers The Bare Minimum have released a hilarious video for their track “The Only Thing You Can Keep”. Thrashing about a practice space in true ’80s metal style, the group’s heavy, rapid style fits well with the theme of the visuals.

“The Only Thing You Can Keep” is taken from the album Sink to the Top which was released earlier this year. You can listen to it below.


Such Gold stream teaser track from forthcoming EP “Deep in a Hole”

New York’s Such Gold are streaming a track from their soon-to-be-released album Deep in a Hole. The song chosen to get fans in the mood for their latest work is called “Ransom”, and can be listened to below.

Deep in a Hole is due for release on September 8, 2017 via Bird Attack Records.



Hard Girls (indie punk, San Jose) announce new album “Floating Now”

California indie punk trio Hard Girls have announced their latest record will be available on October 6, 2017 via Asian Man (US) and Specialist Subject Records (UK). Entitled Floating Now, the album will be the band’s third and the most recent since their 2014 LP A Thousand Surfaces.

 



True Rivals (punk, LA) announce new EP “Look At Me!”

LA based punk rock four-piece True Rivals have announced a new EP. Entitled Look At Me, the release is scheduled for August 25, 2017. It will be the first release from the band since their 2014 full-length, The Revenant.

 

 



Years Before (punk) stream EP “A Fork in the Road”

Cleveland, OH natives and punk rockers Years Before are now streaming their second EP, “A Fork in the Road” release on August 11.

This EP follows through to their first release, “Hometown Zeros”  which hit the public earlier this year in March.

Stream the EP below, and click here to download for free.



The Vansaders (Punk) stream ep “No Matter What”


Asbury Park, NJ has a strong punk legacy, and The Vansaders are another strong chapter in that story. The band is streaming their new EP No Matter What. Check it out here.

Produced by Bouncing Souls guitarist Pete Steinkopf, the EP showcases the variety of the four piece – ranging from a more mellow vibe on “Handshakes and Pity” to the bouncing punk rock of “So Far Away”.

The 5 track EP is the 3rd release from The Vansaders, with their last EP This Time Around released last August.



No Use For A Name stream album of rare cover tunes


No Use For A Name fans, here comes the perfect soundtrack for your summer – a stream of the band’s album Rarities Vol. 1: The Covers. Check it out below! If you don’t rock out to “Turning Japanese”, I don’t understand you.

Few bands have the impact that No Use For A Name had. They developed a bouncy, melodic style of songwriting that resonated with millions of people across the world. NUFAN’s sound ranged from the early hardcore/thrash influenced punk rock of Incognito and Don’t Miss The Train to the melodic power-pop driven punk of Hard Rock Bottom.

NUFAN was truly a band that everyone could find something to love in their catalog, and a band I hold dear to my heart. I still love Tony’s unique voice, and the incredible energy of the band that made those songs feel alive.

The band’s storied career was ultimately cut short by the tragic passing of frontman and guitarist Tony Sly in 2012. NUFAN’s final record, The Feel Good Record of the Year was released in 2008 on Fat Wreck.



The Apology Tour announce debut LP, stream new single

The Apology Tour, fronted by Nick Diener of The Swellers, have announced their debut LP, “This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things,” to be released via Save Your Generation Records on September 15th. The band describes themselves as “Sludgy/Synthy.” I agree.

Their newest single, “Not That Far,” is streaming over at AP, so check it out while SoundCloud still exists. But wait, there’s more! If you act now, you can go to bandcamp and get two previously released tracks, yes, TWO previously released tracks for pay what you want! It’s insane! They’re practically giving these things away!

You can also stream those songs below.



Move You Still releases debut EP, “Revisit”

Alt-rock/pop punks Move You Still have released their debut EP, “Revisit.” The Massachusetts and Rhode Island band includes former members of Northernmost and Maker.

You can stream the EP below, and if you want to keep it, you can throw $5 in the general direction of bandcamp.