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Cold Wrecks and Freya Wilcox & The Howl Announce US Tour

Brooklyn acts Cold Wrecks and Freya Wilcox & the Howl have announced that they will be heading out together on the “Broken Teeth Tour,” around the Midwest this month. You can find the dates and locations below. You can find additional information on individual shows here.

Cold Wrecks released their debut album, Breaking, in July 2016. Freya Wilcox & The Howl released their debut album, Tooth and Nail, this week on June 6th, 2017.



DS Interview: Mark Stern on putting together nineteen years of Punk Rock Bowling

In a lot of ways, Punk Rock Bowling has become the little festival that could. What started as a small, festival and scratch bowling tourney between labels and scene friends has grown to over a thousand bowlers and seemingly as many bands spread across venues of all shapes and sizes in three different states on back-to-back-to-back weekends. Steering the shop the whole time has been the same dynamic duo, brothers Shawn and Mark Stern (pictured above), whom you probably know are also the longtime core members of seminal punk band Youth Brigade and co-founders of BYO Records.

The 2017 edition ranks as probably the biggest yet, with Iggy Pop headlining Las Vegas over Memorial Day weekend, The Vandals and Face To Face taking over Denver last weekend, and NOFX and the Specials and a handful of club shows this Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Asbury Park, New Jersey. We caught up with Mark Stern to discuss just what goes in to such a mammoth undertaking, some highlights from Punk Rock Bowlings past, and maybe a hint at what’s in store for the big 20th installment of PRB next year. Check it out below!



Rancid stream entire new album “Trouble Maker”

East Bay punk veterans Rancid are streaming their upcoming album Trouble Maker in its entirety. You can listen to it below.

Trouble Maker will be released on June 9th through Hellcat/Epitaph Records. It’s their first album since 2014’s Honor Is All We Know.



Rancid stream two new songs “Farewell Lola Blue” and “Say Goodbye to Our Heroes”

East Bay punk veterans Rancid are streaming two new tracks from their upcoming album Trouble Maker. They are called “Farewell Lola Blue” and “Say Goodbye to Our Heroes”, and you can check them out here.

Trouble Maker will be released this Friday (June 9th) through Hellcat/Epitaph Records. It’s their first since 2014’s Honor Is All We Know.



Western Settings (Punk) announce tour with Heartsounds


San Diego punks Western Settings have announced a short run of summer west coast shows with Heartsounds. Check out the dates here.



Introducing new Punk/Riot Grrl act: Family Pet

LA based punk/riot girl band Family Pet have exploded into being, and unleashed two, ripping singles via their soundcloud. Check it out “Family Pet” and “I’m a Bitch” below!



Sheer Mag stream new song “Need To Feel Your Love”

Philadelphia classic rock infused punk act Sheer Mag are streaming their new song “Need To Feel Your Love.”

You can give it a listen below.

“Need To Feel Your Love” is the title track of the bands’ upcoming debut album that is set to be released on July 14th, 2017.  They last released Compilation (I,II,&III), a collection of their first three 7-inches, in January.



Childsplay release lyric video for “Witness

Vancouver, Canada punks Childsplay have released a lyric video for their new song “Witness.”

You can check it out below.

“Witness” comes from the bands’ latest album Generation Automation, which was released on May 31st, 2017.



Hell & Back (German Punk) release music video for “Nailed It”

German punk act Hell & Back have announced that they will be releasing their new album Slowlife on June 30th via Fond of Life Records.

To give you an idea on what’s coming on the new album, the band has released a video for the song “Nailed It,” which you can check out below.

Hell & Back last released Heartattack on March 1st, 2014, also via Fond of Life Records.



Leftovers (pop-punk) release new album “Crappy Crocodile”

Italian pop-punk band Leftovers have released a new album entitled “Crappy Crocodile.” You can check it out below.

The album is the follow up to the band’s  2015 release “This Time Tomorrow” which you can find here.



Drones (punk) premiere video for new single “Territories”

English punk act Drones have released a brand new video for their single “Territories.” You can watch said video below.

“Territories” will be featured on the band’s upcoming (still untitled) album, which is being released later this year by Lockjaw Records.



A Wilhelm Scream announce upcoming tour celebrating anniversary of “Career Suicide”

New Bedford’s very own A Wilhelm Scream will be hitting the road this October in honor of their 2007 album”Career Suicide.” The band will be playing the LP in full for these selected dates.

Joining them on the trip will be New York’s Such Gold & After The Fall, and Ottawa’s We Were Sharks. The tour-dates and venues are listed below.



Western Settings release video for “The Phenomenon”

Western Settings have release a video for “The Phenomenon”. The track is taken from their EP “Old Pain”, which was released back in April 2016 on La Escalera Records.

You can watch “The Phenomenon” below.



Crab Legs/Full Garage stream split 7″

Crab Legs (North Dakota) have teamed up with Full Garage (South Korea) to release a split 7″ together. The record features three tracks from Crab Legs, and four from Full Garage. If you’re into Punk-o-Rama era skate punk, or old school Propagandhi, this one might well be for you. Check it out below.



Watch: Fat Mike joins Bad Religion on “We’re Only Gonna Die” at Punk Rock Bowling.

Even if you didn’t make it out to Vegas for this year’s installment of Punk Rock Bowling last weekend, social media probably alerted you to the fact that NOFX‘s Fat Mike joined Bad Religion on stage for a spirited rendition of the punk rock pioneers’ legendary track “We’re Only Gonna Die.”

There’s really no other introduction or build-up needed; head below to check out audience-shot video of the occasion (uploaded by fan Meredith Cunningham).