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One Last Shot premiere music video for “Grim Reminder”

Self described horror punk infused- screamo five piece One Last Shot have just dropped a new music video for their track, “Grim Reminder” in anticipation of their upcoming dates on Vans Warped Tour.

According to vocalist Jeremy Romance, “The smiling masks & matching shirts represent how people wear fake smiles on their face and dress the same to fit in. Even though they may want to express themselves differently, deep down inside, they’re afraid of doing so. At the end of the video they force the masks on us, symbolizing that some people would rather us be like everyone else, instead of expressing ourselves the way we actually feel.” 

Make sure to check out the video and Our Last Shot’s dates on Warped Tour below.

 



Hands Like Houses sign to Hopeless Records, release video for “Drift”

Aussie post hardcore punks Hands Like Houses just signed to Hopeless Records out of Los Angeles, CA and to UNFD in Australia and New Zealand.

In celebration of the addition, the five piece dropped the video for their new single “Drift,” which according to vocalist Trenton Woodley, “Drift is about a momentary lapse in momentum, where everything is still long enough to question where you’re going, where you’ve been and how they are somehow supposed to connect in the middle.

Check out the video below!



Introducing 2 Minute Minor – Chicago Hardcore

From the mean streets of Chicago bursts the powerful sounds of 2 Minute Minor, a positive hardcore powerhouse with their debut EP, A Goon’s Best Friend.

Check out a stream of the record here.



Star Wars themed punk act The Yavin 4 stream new song “3,720:1” off of upcoming album “Imperial Entanglements”

Is there any better combination than Star Wars and punk rock? We think not! Which is why we love this story so much.

Indianapolis based intergalactic rock and rollers The Yavin 4 are streaming their new song “3,720:1” off their upcoming album “Imperial Entanglements”. The new album will be the second release from the Yavin 4, the first since 2015’s “Intergalactic Rock n Roll”.

You can check out the new song below.



Crash Nomada streaming new single and video for “Leih Ya Hamam”

Swedish folk punks Crash Nomada are streaming the song “Leih Ya Hamam” featuring vocals from Egyptian singer Maryam Saleh. The new song is a reinterpretation of a classic Sufi song, and the first new material since 2016’s Mälaren/Ljuset som du sökte double A-side.

You can check out the stirring new video below.



The Mistakes streaming new single and cool video for “Never Be Quiet” off upcoming album

UK punks The Mistakes are streaming their new song “Democracy is a Dirty Word” off their upcoming album “Anti-Social Media”. The new record will be the first for The Mistakes.

You can check out the new single and video below.



Sonic Boom Six detail new mini album “Cardiac Address” ahead of US tour

Sonic Boom Six have detailed their upcoming mini album “Cardiac Address”. The 8 song affair is described by the band as “self-released, self-recorded, self-produced, and D.I.Y” with all proceeds from pre-orders “paving their road to the USA to play the Vans Warped Tour”. The band start their Warped Tour stint this week. Full details of the track listing for the record and their Warped Tour dates are below.

“Cardiac Address” is available to pre-order on PledgeMusic now.



Sixteen Scandals (Canada, punk) stream latest EP “Dorkmanteau”

Canadian punks Sixteen Scandals are allowing fans to stream their latest EP Dorkmanteau. The release features five tracks and is the first from the band since their 2015 full-length, Create//Destroy.

You can listen to Dorkmanteau in its entirety below. If you’re enjoying it, buy a copy and give Sixteen Scandals some love.



Faultlines (UK, melodic hardcore) stream new video “Breathe”

UK melodic hardcore five-piece Faultlines are allowing fans to stream their latest video. The tune chosen for the visuals is titled “Breathe” and it will also be released as a single too.

You can check out the video below.



88 Fingers Louie stream new song, “Catastrophe Awaits”, from forthcoming record “Thank You For Being a Friend”

The legends that are 88 Fingers Louie are streaming a new track from their soon to be released record Thank You For Being a Friend. “Catastrophe Awaits” is the second tune that the band are previewing from the album which is due out on June, 30th, 2017, via Bird Attack Records.

As well as the pending record, 88 Fingers Louie will be paying European fans a visit during the coming summer. You can listen to “Catastrophe Awaits”, and check out their tour dates below.



Open Door Records Release Free Compilation

Open Door Records have released their 2017 compilation, available for free on their website. The compilation includes 22 artists, including Destroy Nate Allen, Modern Color, Prince Daddy & The Hyena, and Just Friends.

Download the album for free here, or listen to it below.



Teenage Bottlerocket announce new 7″

Wyoming pop-punks Teenage Bottlerocket have announced a new 7″ to coincide with their covers album. It’s called Goin’ Back to Wyo, and it features two brand new, original TBR songs.

Like Stealing the Covers, the 7″ will release on July 14th through Fat Wreck Chords. Pre-orders for both releases went up today and are available here and here, respectively.



88 Fingers Louie launch pre-orders for new album “Thank You for Being a Friend”

Chicago punk legends 88 Fingers Louie‘s new album Thank You for Being a Friend is now available to pre-order. Options include digital, CD, black vinyl, and a super-limited amount of colored wax. Head over here to grab your copy.

Thank You for Being a Friend is set to release on June 30th through Bird Attack Records. It will be the band’s first album in almost 20 years, following 1998’s Back on the Streets.



Fat Wreck to release No Use For a Name covers compilation

Everyone (that’s awesome) knows that there is no such thing as too much No Use For a Name. Fat Wreck has assembled a 13 track compilation of the band’s covers that were recorded between 1996 and 2005. Bands covered include Social Distortion, The Misfits, The Vapors, The Pogues, KISS, and naturally, the theme from “The Munsters.”

The album will be released on August 11th on CD, vinyl, and digital.

Depeche Mode, Sublime, Cheap Trick, and showtunes: covers on this album, or my playlist while crying myself to sleep with my cats after a six pack alone on a Saturday night? Check out the track list here to find out!



Deer Leap stream new track “Wind & Words” from upcoming EP of the same name

Windham, New Hampshire based emo/post-rock outfit Deer Leap are currently streaming a new track titled “Wind & Words.” You can listen to it below.

The track is taken from the band’s upcoming EP of the same name, Wind & Words EP. The EP is set to be released on June 9 and follows their 2016 album Impermanence. The EP has been recorded, engineered, and produced by Chris Teti of The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die.