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Only Strangers release self-titled LP

Stoke, UK gruff punks Only Strangers have released a new album. The self-titled, ten song affair is out on Manchester label Horn & Hoof Records on CD and digitally.

You can have a listen to it below.



Weezer to release “The Black Album”

Just three months after Weezer released “Pacific Daydream”, the band have made an announcement about a new album. “The Black Album” is out on May 25th and was written at the same time as its predecessor.

Read about the conception of the album on Australian site Double J.



Punk! vs. Fibrosis Productions release new compilation

Punk! vs. Fibrosis Productions, founded by The Jukebox Romantics‘ drummer Mike Normann, have released a 29 song compilation, “Bunco Llama Volume 1”. All proceeds from the compilation will be donated to the New Jersey State Organization Of Cystic Fibrosis.

You can listen to the album below – and order it from Bandcamp.



Jughead’s Revenge are recording a new album

A cryptic tweet from Jughead’s Revenge has suggested they are to release a new album. The tweet simply says “New album on the way! When? Who knows but it’s happening!”. More info when we get it…

The band’s last album was 1999’s “Pearly Gates”.



The Female Troubles (Italy, Garage Punk) release “Leader Of The Gang Bang”

Italian garage punks The Female Troubles (who have no female members) have released their debut album. “The Leader of the Gang Bang” is out on single side vinyl via Surfin’ Ki Records and represents the band’s first full length output in their decade long existence.

You can have a listen below.



Half Empty Glass Stream New Album “Midwest Silence”

Eau Claire, WI pop-punks Half Empty Glass release their new album “Midwest Silence” tomorrow (6th February). The full length is out digitally and on CD via the band’s Bandcamp.

You can have a listen to the whole thing below.



The Bloody Lips (Garage-core, MI) Stream “F.O.A.D EP”

Lo-fi garage hardcore outfit The Bloody Lips are allowing fans to stream their latest record. It’s entitled F.O.A.D EP and features five tracks of stripped back rawness. The previous release from the four-piece was the early 2017 effort B-Side Noise.

Check out the full release below and if you’re feeling it, grab a copy to support great underground music.



MORTARS (Pop Punk, TN) Stream Full-Length “A Great Broken World”

Tennessee-based, country-fused pop punkers, MORTARS, are allowing fans to stream their latest full-length album, A Great Broken World. The record features 13 brand new tunes from the group. Their previous release was the 2017 EP, Basement Songs.

If you’d like to listen to the latest efforts from MORTARS, click below. You can stream the entire record before deciding whether to pick yourself up a copy.



Gods of Mount Olympus (Piano Punk, CA) Announce Self-Titled EP

Piano-driven punks Gods of Mount Olympus have announced that they will release their debut EP on Bird Attack Records. The group features members of Unwritten Law and No Use For A Name backing up Joey Cape’s (of Lagwagon fame) solo records’ keyboard player, Brian Wahlstrom. Their sound has been described as being like “Billy Joel on speed”.

If you’re eager to hear what Gods of Mount Olympus sound like, fortunately, you can check them out prior to their self-titled release dropping on the 16th of this month. They’ve been good enough to let fans stream two tracks from the record. You’ll find them below.

 



Kenobi (Punk, Colombia) Stream Video for “La Verdad”

Colombian punk rockers Kenobi are allowing fans to stream a video they produced for a track released in 2016. The tune is called “La Verdad” and featured on the band’s EP, Esto Es Kenobi. 

You can check out the video in all its glory below.



The Palatines (Face to Face meets Teenage Bottlerocket) announce “Death From Below”, release video for “Mina Doesn’t Know”

Face To Face plus Teenage Bottlerocket. Doesn’t that sound like a great f’ing combo? If not, please proceed to the next story. If you’re intrigued, I highly recommend you take a moment to add Texas pop-punk trio The Palatines to your radar right after checking out the music video to their new tune “Mina Doesn’t Know” below.

The track will appear on the band’s upcoming, debut full-length “Death From Below”, which you can pre-order on the group’s bandcamp.

 



The Wonder Years announce new album “Sister Cities”

The Wonder Years have announced their new album Sister Cities will be released on April 6th through Hopeless Records. You can check out a teaser video for the record below.

The band’s last studio album No Closer to Heaven came out in 2015.



Zeke to release first new album in 14 years

Seattle thrashpunk legends ZEKE have announced “Hellbender,” their first new album in 14 years. The album is due out on March 30th via Relapse Records. The band will play a handful of shows in Washington and Oregon in the coming months before embarking on a European tour.

Check out “Working Man,” “Hellbender,” and “County Jail” in the stream below, along with the full list of tour dates.



Italian skatepunks BeerBong announce new EP “Future Behind Us” to be released March 1st, stream single

BeerBong have announced their EP, “Future Behind Us.” The EP will be released on bandcamp on March 1st. You can preorder it now for 7 euros. Be sure to check out the stream of “Shocking Wave” below!



The Lawrence Arms announce best-of album and tour

To celebrate their 19th year, The Lawrence Arms have announced a best-of album, with unreleased tracks!

“We Are the Champions of the World”, a 29 song retrospective collecting the band’s most popular works, is due out March 30th on Fat Wreck Chords.

The band took a unique approach to crafting the compilation record. Rather than just a smattering of commercially successful singles, they attempted to capture the band’s evolution throughout their career.  “I think you have to have hits to make a greatest hits,” says bassist/vocalist Brandon Kelly, “of which, frankly, there are none.” The album will feature material from all of their releases, and include 5 unheard songs recorded during the “Oh, Calcutta” sessions. 

This spring, The Lawrence Arms will set out on tour to support the record starting April 4th in Boston and winding down May 6th in Denver, CO. Check out additional details on the dates below!