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Hot Mass (punk) streaming previously unreleased song “Flatman”

UK punk rockers Hot Mass are streaming a previously unreleased track titled “Flatman”. This song is one of the B-sides to their album Nervous Tensions.

You can give “Flatman” a listen below.

Nervous Tensions was released June 7th through Brassneck Records.



New Video: The Penske File perform “Party Time Liars” for Live! From The Rock Room

Ontario punk group The Penske File are the latest act to be featured from a on Live! From The Rock Room after recently stopping by the Illinois-based studio run by Mike Felumlee of Smoking Popes/The Bigger Empty fame. Check out their performance of the song “Party Time Liars” below.

“Party Time Liars” comes off the band’s latest album Burn into the Earth which was released in June 2015 through Stomp Records.



Greg Graffin talks about Bad Religion’s future, Brooks Wackerman leaving for Avenged Sevenfold

Bad Religion frontman Greg Graffin, who released his new solo album Millport about a week ago, recently spoke to Loudwire about the future of the band, which includes a new album and a 40th anniversary celebration, which will be in 2020. He explains:

“There’s no end in sight. In fact, in two-and-a-half years, there’s a very important 40th anniversary milestone. Another album is on the horizon, but True North was such a good album that I don’t want to put out something that indicates we’re aging, so it’s gotta be as good as True North. [Laughs] We do plan on getting another record out there, hopefully before that 40th anniversary.”

Graffin also talked about drummer Brooks Wackerman’s decision to leave the band for Avenged Sevenfold, saying, “It wasn’t until he announced it [that I knew he was joining Avenged Sevenfold] but he did tell us he was leaving for greener pastures, but he didn’t put it that way. He gave us ample notice. It was not at all bitter, it was wishing him the best of luck.”

Wackerman was replaced by Jamie Miller, who has played in many bands such as …And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead, Snot and Souls at Zero (formerly Wrathchild America). He was, however, not the only member of Bad Religion to have left the band in recent years; longtime guitarist Greg Hetson left the band shortly after the release of their latest album True North in 2013 and was replaced by Mike Dimkich, formerly of The Cult.



Mike Ness says Social Distortion have completed about 20 songs for new album

Social Distortion frontman Mike Ness recently gave Las Vegas Review-Journal an update on the band’s long-awaited new album, saying that there are about 20 songs in various stages of completion, which range from garage punk to the gospel-inspired. He explained:

“I kind of want the next record to have a little more variety. If there’s ever a time to try new stuff, it’s right now, because I want to show people that we’ve grown: ‘Wow, that’s different.'”

The new Social D record will be the band’s first since 2011’s Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes, and last month, we reported that they were planning to hit the studio to begin recording or finishing it right after the conclusion of their current U.S. tour.



Music Video: Slingshot Dakota – “You”

Pennsylvania indie-punk duo Slingshot Dakota have premiered a music video for their track “You.” You can give it a watch below.

“You” comes from the band’s latest album, titled “Break,” which was released on March 11, 2016. Since the release of the album, Slingshot Dakota have also released a 2 song EP titled “Broken” on February 24. You can find the stream of this release below the video.



Music Video: A PAGE OF PUNK – “Itarutokoro”

Tokyo, Japan based punks A PAGE OF PUNK have premiered a music video for their new track, titled “Itarutokoro.” You can watch it below.

The track, which translates into “Everywhere” in English, comes from the band’s album titled “Punk Day~Beautiful Day~,” which will be released on the 15th of March via I Hate Smoke Records.



Proton Packs (Italy) stream new album “Conspiracy 66”

Tuscan punks Proton Packs are streaming two songs from their upcoming album Conspiracy 66.

You can give them a listen below.

Conspiracy 66 is set to be released on March 17th, 2017 via Commando Records.



The Kegels (punk) stream new album “Our War”

San Francisco punk band The Kegels are streaming their new album Our War in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

Our War was released on March 3rd, 2017.



Supportive Parents (pop punk) stream new album “Fuck It, Whatever”

Minneapolis pop-punk band Supportive Parents are streaming their new album “Fuck It, Whatever” in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below, and if you like what you hear, the band is offering the whole thing as a pay what you want download.

“Fuck It, Whatever” was released on March 10th, 2017.



DS Interview: John of Dead Bars talks new album, slice-of-life songwriting, and dreamin’ big

For years now, Seattle’s Dead Bars have been releasing killer music on a small scale. Now, the band is poised to release their first full-length on No Idea Records, joining a legacy that includes Radon, Against Me!, Hot Water Music, The Tim Version, and many, many more.

I was lucky enough to hear the new record and talk to chief songwriter and vocalist John Maiello via e-mail. Click here for the interview.



Clowns (punk) stream new song “Pickle”

Australian punks Clowns are now streaming another new song, “Pickle,” and you can check it out right now below

The song is the third single off the band’s third full-length release, titled Lucid Again, which they expect to release on May 12th via Poison City Records.

The latest release from Clowns is their September 2016 7-inch, Destroy The Evidence.



Dominic Davi (Tsunami Bomb) launches “3 Gigs” Podcast

Dominic Davi of Tsunami Bomb has started a new podcast, “3 Gigs”. In the first episode, he sits down with Joe Escalante, the bassist for the legendary Orange County punks The Vandals to hear the stories of the first show, best show, and worst show he’s ever performed.

You can listen over on the podcast website.



Neutral Territory (ex-The Carrier) release “Townie EP”

Boston melodic hardcore band Neutral Territory (featuring ex-members of The Carrier & The Stereo State) have released a new EP – “Townie EP” for free/pay-what-you-want. The two song affair is up for download from their Bandcamp page – or have a listen below. The EP is the follow up to their 2016 demo.



Full tour details announce by The Offspring & Sublime With Rome

After DS reported last month that several dates had surfaced on ticket sites for a Sublime With Rome/The Offspring joint tour, the full list of dates has been released. The tour is split into two, with dates throughout July and September. Full tour details are below. Tickets for the public go on sale Friday (March 17th) at 10am.



Despero stream new album “Somewhere Near The Bottom”

Austin, TX punks Despero are releasing their album “Somewhere Near The Bottom” on March 24th through La Escalera Records. The band features past and current members of The Anchor and The Capitalist Kids. You can stream the album in full below, with physicals up for pre-order now.