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Brunel (Noise Punk) and Lay It On The Line (Melodic Hardcore) detail South West UK tour

Plymouth, UK noise punks Brunel and London’s dual vocal melodic hardcore quintet Lay It On The Line embark on a run of dates in the South West of the UK at the end of the month. Brunel released their debut LP “Smash On” back in 2015, whilst Lay It On The Line released their debut full length “The Black Museum” last summer on Disconnect, Disconnect Records.

You can see details of the dates below, which begin in Plymouth on January 25th.



River Jumpers (pop punk) to tour UK and EU

Brighton, UK pop punks River Jumpers having a string of dates in the UK, Belgium, Netherlands and Germany next month. The band recently released single “Thick Blood“, ahead of a new album.

Full details of dates are below.



The Gaslight Anthem to play Governors Ball Festival

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The Gaslight Anthem have been on a slight hiatus for a few years, but have just announced they will be returning to the stage for the Governors Ball in New York City from June 1-3.

For a special celebration of their hit album The ’59 Sound‘s tenth birthday, the boys will be returning to the spotlight.

Scope out the festival’s full lineup here.



Mute announce 2018 South America and Europe tours

Quebec technical punks Mute have announced a string of South American and European tour dates for 2018. The band will begin their South American leg on February 1st in Brazil, taking them through the content where it will end on February 11th in Costa Rica. On this tour they will be accompanied by Massachusetts hardcore punks No Trigger.

In addition to these dates, the band will be embarking on a tour of Europe starting on July 27th and ending on August 12th. It is still a work in progress so we will update you as soon as the details are released.

For now, you can view a full list of dates and locations for their South American leg below.

The band’s latest album, “Remember Death”, come out last year on Bird Attack Records.



Straightline and BMDS announce Australia tour

Fun tour announcement for all our Aussie readers. Melodic punks Straightline (Germany) and Blind Man Death Stare (Australia) are hitting a fair amount of dates together in the ‘land down under’.

Straightline are sure to play loads of tracks from their full length album “Vanishing Values”, just recently released through US label Bird Attack Records.

Head down below for full tour dates. 



2 Sick Monkeys playing final shows

One of the hardest working and dedicated band’s in the UK diy scene are playing what looks like their last shows in the run up to Christmas. If you want to catch a truly great band before they call it a day then here are the remaining shows:

Wednesday December 20th – Lounge 41, Workington
w/ Kinky Cops

Thursday December 21st – The Yorkshire House, Lancaster
w/ Eastfield + The Lab Rats

Friday December 22nd – Temple Of Boom, Leeds
w/ Autonomads + The Dub Righters + The Fuckin’ Glorious + Deadbeat + Incisions + Mothcob + Sods Law + Picasso Blot + Fear Insight + Eric Bana + more tbc

Saturday December 23rd – The Star & Garter, Manchester
w/ Spunk Volcano & The Eruptions + Born To Destruct + Skurvi + Brocker

In the mean time you can listen to their EP About Time below.



Ate Bit, Babe Patrol and Molly Rhythm announce January Tour

NY’s Ate Bit have announced a string of January Eastern dates with NYC’s Babe Patrol and Philadelphia’s Molly Rhythm.

You can see full details of the three way tour below.



HABITS (Post Hardcore, UK) Release UK Tour Dates

After releasing their Falling Fluent EP in October, UK post-hardcore outfit HABITS are embarking on their first domestic tour. The stint begins on March 2nd, 2018 and concludes a week and a half later on the 11th. Check out the full list below, as well as the tour poster to find out if they’re playing near you.



Good Riddance add US and Canada West coast 2018 tour dates

Santa Cruz punk legends Good Riddance have announced some more tour dates for 2018. The run includes 3 new dates from Las Vegas, NV to Denver, CO followed by 3 more dates in Alberta where they will be supported by A Vulture Wake.

You can check out a full list of dates and locations below.

Good Riddance released Peace in Our Time, their first album in 9 years, in April 2015 through Fat Wreck Chords.



Flogging Molly announce “Life Is Good Tour” spring 2018

Celtic punks Flogging Molly have announced that they will be hitting the road in spring 2018 for a US tour in support of their latest album, Life Is Good. The tour will kick off on March 1st in Columbia, SC and will take the band to Bend, OR where the tour will conclude on March 24th. The 18 date run also includes a massive St. Patrick’s Day celebration at the Hollywood Palladium on March 17th.

The band will be playing songs off of their latest politically charged album as well as the hits from the rest of their discography.

Fan pre-sale is currently available with special code “MYSONG”, which you can find more about here. You can view a full list of dates and locations below.

Flogging Molly last released Life Is Good, their first album in six years, last June on Vanguard Records.



Knuckle Puck announce spring tour dates

Chicago pop punk group Knuckle Puck have announced a spring tour starting in March and going into April. They’ll be hitting the road with Boston Manor, Free Throw, Hot Mulligan, and Jetty Bones.

You can check out the tour dates below, with presale tickets available here and you can get general tickets starting on Friday at noon eastern at Knuckle Puck’s website.

Knuckle Puck’s latest album, “Shapeshifter,” was released in October.



Dead To Me announce SW US tour with Western Settings, DFMK

Dead To Me are gonna be roaming the West Coast this February, bringing pals Western Settings and DFMK along for your listening pleasure.

The tour will include a stop at the Awesome Fest in San Diego, along with club dates.

Dead To Me’s last release was their 2016 EP “I Want To Die In Los Angeles”, and the band plans to record a new album titled “American Son of Cholo” this February. Such busy little bees! Go check em out, have a good time and make some questionable decisions.

 



Sketchy Trench (punk) release music video for “Skirt”

Texas punk act Sketchy Trench have released a video for their song “Skirt.”

You can check it out below, along with the band’s upcoming tour dates.

“Skirt” comes from the Sketchy Trench’s upcoming EP, Fish. 



Ducking Punches (punk, UK) Stream Video for “Smoking Spot”

The UK’s Ducking Punches are streaming a video for their tune “Smoking Spot”. It’s been taken from their soon-to-be-released record called Alamort which is due to drop on February 16, 2018. The release is being handled by London-based Xtra Mile Recordings.

In addition, the band have a run of live dates to round off the year with and a few scheduled for 2018. We’ve listed these and posted the video for “Smoking Spot” below.



Dropkick Murphys and Agnostic Front announce 2018 tour dates

Celtic punk veterans, legends and godsends Dropkick Murphys and hardcore classics Agnostic Front have just announced a 2018 tour, which will run for just under a month. Bim Skala Bim will open for most of the shows.

Check out the dates below!