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Triple Sundae (London, pop-punk) release EP “Peace of Mind”

London pop-punks Triple Sundae have released a new, three song EP on Umlaut Records. You can buy the record from the label store now. The band have a hometown release show at the end of the month,

Have a listen to the EP below.



Direct Hit! Announce They’ve Finished Tracking Their Latest Album

Milwaukee-based pop punks, Direct Hit! have announced via their Instagram page that they have finished tracking their newest LP. For now, however, there is no word as to when the record will be ready for release.

The previous full-length from the four-piece was the 2016 effort, Wasted Mind.



Symphony of Distraction (Skate Punk, CA) Stream Comeback Album “Horse”

Sacramento skate punks Symphony of Distraction are back after almost five years away from playing and recording music. The band have just released a new album entitled Horse via independent European label Less Talk, More Records. The record features 15 tracks of uber-infectious, melodious sounds that are guaranteed to excite fans of that classic Fat Wreck sound.

The previous release from Symphony of Distraction was the 2014 full-length, Call It Off, John.

You can listen to Horse in full below.



Darko (Melodic Hardcore, UK) Stream Video for “Life Blood”

One of the UK’s most exciting modern melodic hardcore bands have just released a video for the third single on their debut full-length record Bonsai Mammoth. “Lifeblood” sees the band in an altogether more shadowy context than fans might be accustomed to but the visuals complement the track’s introspective message well. You can watch the video in full below.

Darko are currently out on tour in Australia having just finished a short run of shows with Belvedere, Almeida, Bare Teeth and waterweed in Japan. We’ve also included their Australian tour poster below.



Waterweed (Melodic Hardcore, Japan) Stream Album “Brightest”

Japan’s waterweed are allowing fans to stream their latest record in its entirety. The album is titled Brightest and has been released in the UK and Europe by Lockjaw Records and domestically by local label Maximum10. Brightest features 11 tracks that collectively find ideal balance between outright aggression and infectious melody, all with sterling musicianship on display. You can check it out below.

The previous release from waterweed was the 2016 effort Landscapes.



White Stain (Melodic Hardcore, Slovenia) Announce Album “Nation of Fear”, Stream Two Tracks

Slovenia’s White Stain have announced that they’ll release their second full-length album on April 26. The record will be titled Nation of Fear and was entirely self-recorded. Its release will be assisted by Giljotina Records (also of Slovenia) and was mixed and mastered by Dead Neck’s Andy Dazzler. 

You can listen to two tracks from Nation of Fear ahead of its full release below.



Main Line 10 (Melodic Hardcore, Spain) Stream Teaser Track From Forthcoming Record “The Fox”

Spanish melodic hardcore unit Main Line 10 have announced that they’ll release their next record on April 11. It’ll be titled The Fox. For fans who can’t wait those couple of days, however, the band have been good enough to throw up a track as a sample of things to come. You can listen to “Voices and Souls” below.

The previous release from Mainline 10 was the 2016 EP, Sharks.



The Penske File stream new album “Salvation”

Canadian punks The Penske File are streaming their new album, Salvation, in full. The album is officially out everywhere today via Stomp Records so head on below and stream it till your heart is content.

Salvation serves as a follow-up to 2017s Come What May EP.



Coach Bombay (melodic pop-punk) release “The Purge” EP

Toronto’s own Coach Bombay just released a new 4-song EP titled “The Purge”. The release came out April 1 and is the band’s third release. You can give it a listen below.

Coach Bombay’s last release was an EP titled “Playbook” in 2016.

 

 

 

 



Wonk Unit (punk) streaming new song “Day Job Wanker”

London-based punks Wonk Unit are streaming their latest single “Day Job Wanker”. It’s a short throwback to mid-nineties pop-punk.

Check out the new song below.

No word on whether this is a part of something larger in the future. The latest release for Wonk Unit was Christmas in a Crackhouse, which was released in December.



New Bad Religion album coming this summer?

According to a German website, California punk icons Bad Religion will release their long-awaited new album this summer, which they began work on last February. The release of the follow-up to 2013’s True North coincides with the band’s summer European tour.

No further more information has been given, but we’ll keep you posted when more details surface. In addition to being the first album from Bad Religion in five years, the record will be their first with Mike Dimkich (replacing Greg Hetson) on guitar and Jamie Miller (replacing Brooks Wackerman) on drums.



Phoenix Spazz-Punks Playboy Manbaby stream 3 new tracks off upcoming album “Lobotomobile”

Playboy Manbaby is one of the most exciting live bands in the country and as of April, 6 they are dropping a new record and bringing their traveling family circus on the road for a two-week jaunt up the West Coast. The record entitled Lobotomobile will be released on cassette, CD, and digital formats with a blowout release party at Phoenix’s Rebel Lounge on Friday. The show will kick off Playboy’s West Coast Tour. The group also announced that preorder for vinyl is available, though the shipping date on that is still TBD.

With a little less than a week to go before the curtain goes up on their big release, Playboy dropped the second, third and fourth tracks on the record “College is a Scam,” “Strange Plastic Surgery” and “I’m Impatient.” If the preview tracks are any indicator Lobotomobile will no doubt be Playboy’ Manbaby best record to date.

Check the tunes out below.



Pity Party Release ‘Are You Happy Yet?’ EP

Oakland’s Pity Party released their new EP “Are We Happy Yet?last Friday (March 30th), out through La Escalera Records.  The EP is out on CD and vinyl, with orders up on the label store now.

You can have a listen to the four song offering below.



Audio Karate Announce “Space Camp” Re-Release

California punkers Audio Karate have announced the re-release of their debut album “Space Camp” on vinyl after a long period of inactivity.

The album was originally released by Kung Fu Records in 2002. The vinyl re-release will be a co-release by Wiretap Records and Hidden Home Records.

Pre-orders are available at the Wiretap Records and Hidden Home Records web stores. You can see a video interview with the band detailing the re-release and reminiscing on the making of the album below.



Dan Cribb features Emmy Hour and Mane on latest Simpsons cover

Dan Cribb recently passed the 20 track mark of covers honoring the Simpsons with recent releases featuring Emmy Hour of the Cutaways and Mane. With character theme songs being this month’s focus, Hour lent vocals for “Blessed Be the Guy That Bonds”, and Mane provided harmonies for “The Ballad of Jebediah Springfield”. You can check out the recently released tracks, along with the other 19 covers featured on “The Worst Tribute Ever”, below.

“I think Mane’s haunting and commanding voice might make “The Ballad Of Jebediah Springfield” one of ‘Worst Tribute Ever’s biggest songs yet,” Cribb said.

More tracks are still to come, including “Who Needs the Kwik-E-Mart” and “See My Vest”.