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OC45 (Punk, Boston) Announce North American Tour Dates

Boston punks OC45 have announced a string of tour dates around North America this spring. The band will start on April 18 in Pittsburgh, PA and will be joined on drums by April Schupmann of Sniper 66 and Starving Wolves throughout all 29 dates. They’ll be supported by Walk the Plank from DC, Avenues from Milwaukee, and Burn Burn Burn from Seattle at various points. 

Full details of the tour can be found below.

Backtrack announce “Bad To My World” North American tour

New York hardcore band Backtrack have announced that they will be heading out on a tour of North America in April. Appropriately titled the “Bad To My World” tour, the group will be supporting the album across this extensive run. They will also be joined by Mizery, Regulate, and Hangman.

The tour will kick off in Philadelphia on April 29th and will come to an end in Brooklyn on May 26th. You can view a full list of dates and locations below.

Bad To My World was released on November 17th via Bridge 9.

Dropkick Murphys, Flogging Molly announce co-headlining US tour

For the first time ever, Celtic punk legends Dropkick Murphys and Flogging Molly are teaming up for a co-headlining tour across the US. Dropkick Murphys are fresh off their nationwide US tour with Agnostic Front and Bim Skala Bim, and Flogging Molly just finished up their Life is Good Spring 2018 tour. Both are ready to hit the road again in June, with the tour getting started in Cleveland and ending in New Hampshire. You can check out the full list of dates below.

Dropkick Murphys last released “11 Short Stories of Pain and Glory” in 2017 via Born and Bred Records and Flogging Molly’s last release was “Life is Good” in 2017 via Vanguard Records. Prior to their co-headlining tour, Flogging Molly is setting sail for their 4th annual Salty Dog Cruise on April 20th.

The Bronx announce European tour with Culture Abuse

The Bronx have recently announced a string of European dates scheduled for the end of June, with Culture Abuse opening for five of the six dates. You can see the full list of dates below. This tour follows a full North American tour that The Bronx announced earlier this year.

The Bronx last released V in 2017 via ATO Records and Culture Abuse last released “Peach” in 2016 on 6131 Records.

Sick Of It All announce southwest US tour with Murphy’s Law

NY hardcore legends Sick Of It All will be touring the southwest and west coast late spring, starting in Denver on May 31st. They’ll be joined by Murphy’s Law. Here’s the full schedule:

05/31 Denver, CO The Oriental Theater
06/01 Salt Lake City, UT Urban Lounge
06/05 Scottsdale, AZ Pub Rock
06/06 Las Vegas, NV Backstage Bar
06/07 San Diego, CA Soda Bar
06/08 Santa Ana, CA Constellation Room
06/09 Los Angeles, CA The Roxy
06/10 San Francisco, CA Thee Parkside

Sweden’s The Guilt to start mostly German tour

Swedish lazerpunks The Guilt have announced a spring tour starting in just a few days. The tour appears to be mostly in Germany with a few dates in Sweden.

You can check out the dates below, and someone say “Hallo, mein apfel ist grun!” to my friends in Aachen for me. They won’t know what you’re talking about, but it’ll make me laugh, and really, that’s the important thing here.

Suicidal Tendencies announce summer AU/New Zealand tour

California thrash/hardcore punk legends Suicidal Tendencies have just announced their summer 2018 AU tour dates!

All our Aussie fans are in luck for this summer to catch this slew of promising live shows where you can pick up tickets to here.

Check out the tour dates below!

The Siknotes (Punk, UK) Announce Album “Welcome to the Party, Pal” and Stream Teaser Track

The UK-based beer swiggers in The Siknotes have announced that they will release their latest album on April 22, 2018. The record is titled Welcome to the Party, Pal and will be available on Morning Wood and Bad Granola Records. The band are currently taking pre-orders for the album over at their bandcamp page.

The Siknotes describe their latest effort as being for fans of “Fat Wreck, partying, and Die Hard.”

As well as the new record, The Siknotes will be hitting the road with German skate punkers Money Left to Burn.

We’ve included the tour poster, as well as a sample from Welcome to the Party, Pal below.

Charlie Bit My Finger (pop punk) announce Canadian tour dates

Belgian pop-punk act Charlie Bit My Finger have announced their first Canadian Tour. Set to take place on the east coast, the trek will begin on May 15th in Blainville, QC and come to an end at the infamous Bovine Sex Club in Toronto, ON on May 22nd. The trek also includes a stop at Montreal’s Pouzza Fest, all dates can be found below.

Charlie Bit My Finger’s lastest album “Third Time’s A Farm”, was released in 2017 via Thousand Islands Records in Canada and Bearded Punk Records in Europe.

Waterweed (Melodic Hardcore, Japan) Stream Two Tracks from Forthcoming Album “Brightest”

Osaka-based melodic hardcore unit waterweed are allowing fans to stream two tracks from their forthcoming record Brightest. The full album is due to drop on April 6th and will be released by Lockjaw Records. Waterweed will also be hitting up several tour dates across the UK and Europe starting on April 18th. Notable stops include Manchester Punk Festival on April 20th and a show with Satanic Surfers in Paris on April 26th.

If you can’t wait for the full record, you can listen to two tracks from it below. We’ve also included the European tour poster.

Lagwagon Announce Summer European Tour Dates

Legendary California punk band Lagwagon have announced a load of tour dates throughout Europe this summer. They’ll start in the UK at Blackpool’s Rebellion Festival and hit various cities throughout the continent. Notable stops include Slovenia’s Punk Rock Holiday and Italy’s Bay Fest. You can check out the full list of dates below.

Lagwagon’s latest release was their 2014 effort Hang.

Boston punks Rebuilder and Rooftops announce April tour dates

Massachusetts-based punk rock homies Rebuilder are gassing up Tessie the Tour Van and heading out on the road for a quick ten day run next month that’ll take them to the Mississippi River and back. Fellow Boston-based solo act Rooftops will be along for the ride. Check out the full rundown and tour flier below.

Rebuilder’s latest album is, as you should well know by now, last year’s Songs From The Massachusetts Turnpike EP, released last year on Panic State Records.

Get Dead announce European Tour

Get Dead has recently announced a two week long European tour. The tour begins in Israel on April 19 and wraps up with SBÄM Fest in Austria on May 5. For the full list of dates, click below.

Get Dead’s last release was “Honesty Lives Elsewhere” in 2016 via Fat Wreck Chords.

Bigwig announce four East Coast tour dates

Jersey punk rockers Bigwig have announced four East Coast shows scheduled for late March. These shows include a date to play Atlantic City Beer Fest in New Jersey and shows opening for Mighty Mighty Bosstones and Iron Chic. For the full list of dates, check below.

Bigwig last released their LP “Reclamation” in 2006 on Fearless Records

Red City Radio announce tour (US and Canada)

Red City Radio have recently announced even more tour dates. They are going on a month and a half full US and Canada tour. They are supporting The Lawrence Arms on their “We Are The Champions Of The World” tour spanning the US and then heading North of the border on May 15. For the full list of dates, click below.

This full tour comes following Red City Radio’s recent 2018 EP “Skytigers”, out via Red Scare Industries.