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Every Time I Die and Comeback Kid announce European Tour w/ Knocked Loose, Higher Power

New York’s Every Time I Die and Canadian hardcore punks Comeback Kid have announced they will be touring through Europe this November. You can find dates and locations below.

Joining them on tour will be Kentucky hardcore punks Knocked Loose and Leeds based hardcore outfit Higher Power. The tour kicks off in Newcastle, UK on November 11th, and finishes up in Manchester, UK on November 28th. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. CET.



Concrete (hardcore) stream new album “Everything Ends Now”

New York hardcore act Concrete have recently released their new album Everything Ends Now, and are streaming the whole thing.

You can check it out below.

Everything Ends Now was released on June 30th, 2017 via Irish Voodoo Records.



CityLights streaming new single “Wounds”

Czech punks CityLights are streaming their new single “Wounds” and you can check it out below.

No word on whether the song will appear on an upcoming album, but “Wounds” is the first new music from CityLights since “Hydra” a four song EP released in September, 2014.



Death By Fungi (hardcore, India) announce split with Shepherd (sludge, India)

Two up-and-coming names from India’s sparsely populated underground music scene have teamed up to release a split record. Bombay’s Death By Fungi, a technical hardcore act with nods to the likes of Converge and Dillinger Escape Plan, will contribute five tracks, and Bangalore’s sludgy, doom inspired Shepherd will bring six to the mix. The title for the release will simply be “Shepherd/Death By Fungi Split” and it should be available on August, 15th, 2017.

For now, check out Shepherd’s latest video, and opening number on the soon to be released split, “Agents of Nihil” below.



MDC announce new album “Mein Trumpf”

Hardcore punk icons MDC (Millions of Dead Cops) have announced plans to release a new album this August. All we currently know is the record will be titled Mein Trumpf.

Stay tuned for more details on the follow-up to 2004’s Magnus Dominus Corpus.



Loyal Until Death (street hardcore) stream “Condemned and Judged” off album “Remain Defiant”

Florida hardcore natives Loyal Until Death are now streaming “Condemned and Judged,” yet another track off their upcoming full length “Remain Defiant.”

The forthcoming album will follow their 2015 EP, Two to the Chest – One to the Head.

Stream “Condemned and Judged” below for a sneak peek at the full length, which will be available on July 7.



Bloodclot (hardcore) stream single “Manic”, announce USA tour

Hardcore legends and supergroup Bloodclot are now streaming their new single “Manic” (via Metal Blade Records) which you can check out here.

Featuring ex members of Cro-Mags, Murphy’s Law, and Dwarves, the four piece are also shipping off for their USA tour starting in July. Scope out the dates below.



Chotto Gotto (progressive hardcore) release video for “There All Is Aching”

LA progressive hardcore punks Chotto Ghetto have just released a new video for their track “There All Is Aching” off their most recently released album, Monstrosity. 

Scope out the video below.

Monstrosity was released on June 11th via Asian Man Records.



One Square Mile (Hardcore) release video for “Dying Breed”

Hermosa Beach Hardcore act, One Square Mile, have released a video for their song “Dying Breed”. The song is from their EP, “Kickin’ Rocks”, which came out June 9th on Felony Records.

Check out the video below



Hardcore act Burn announce new album “Do or Die”

Hardcore act, BURN have announced their newest album, “Do or Die”, which is due out September 8th via Deathwish Inc. BURN reactivated in 2015, opening a few shows for the Deftones and putting an EP out on Bridge Nine Records.

Get a sneak preview of the new album, and track listing, below.

 



Slander (Italian hardcore) stream two songs from upcoming EP

Venetian hardcore act Slander have a pre-order for their upcoming EP, “Calunnia.”

“Calunnia” will be released on June 30th. 2 Euros will let you stream “Drown” and “Numbers” all you want, with the rest of the tracks becoming available on Friday. You can stream the songs below.



waterweed announce Asian “Rage of Dinosaur” tour w/ LEXT, Dradnats

Japanese melodic hardcore act waterweed have announced the “Rage of Dinosaur Tour” through Asia. The tour kicks off on July 28th in Tokyo, you can find dates and locations below.

The tour will be in support of waterweed’s recent second album release, Brightest. The album was released on April 5th via Maximum-10 Records. Joining them across the entire tour will be melodic punks from Tokyo LEXT and pop-punks Dradnats.



F.P. (Japanese melodic hardcore) stream another new track “Old Wounds”

Kyoto, Japan based melodic hardcore band F.P. are currently streaming a new track titled “Old Wounds.” You can listen to it below.

The track is taken from the band’s upcoming single Old Wounds//Terrified. This will be the band’s debut single, following a demo titled 2015 Demo which was released on February 22, 2017. You can find one of the other tracks, “Terrified,” here.



Hardcore legend Roger Miret to release new memoir “My Riot: Agnostic Front, Grits, Guts & Glory”

New York City hardcore legend and frontman of Agnostic Front, Roger Miret is releasing a memoir. The memoir will document Miret’s life as frontman in one of the most influential hardcore bands of it’s time, as well as the trials and tribulations of growing up punk in 1980’s New York City. The book was co-written with Jon Wiederhorn, best known for his contributions to Rolling Stone as well as his book “Louder Than Hell: The Definitive Oral History of Metal”.

The book, set to be released August 29th via Lesser Gods, will feature forwards written by many of Miret’s peers in the punk world including Jerry Only. So many peers offered forwards that Lars Fredrickson of Rancid’s had to be left out. To hear what Lars had to say about Miret’s work click here.



Body Count release video for “Here I Go Again”

Ice-T’s renowned thrash metal six piece Body Count has just released (arguably) their most horrific and gory video to date; exploring the villanous side of humanity and disturbing, morbid imagery through artwork.

The guys will be taking the stage at Chicago Open Air on July 15th since their most recent release of Bloodlust on March 31 through Century Media.

Check out the video below.