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Hot Mass (punk) stream new song “Who’s Who”

UK punk rockers Hot Mass are streaming their new song “Who’s Who,” which comes from the latest in the All In Vinyl split series, also featuring New Junk City.

You can give the song a listen below.

Hot Mass’ split with New Junk City was released on April 24th via All In Vinyl.



Brogues (Ex-Morning Glory) stream new EP “I Hate Hate”

Brogues (ft. former Morning Glory members Shawn Gardiner and Early Graves) are streaming their new EP, I Hate Hate, in its entirety, and you can give it a listen below.

If you like what you hear, pick up a copy, because the band will be donating all proceeds to the ACLU.

I Hate Hate was released today, May 8th, 2018.



State Champs stream another new track, “Crystal Ball”

Pop punks State Champs release third album “Living Proof” on June 15th via Pure Noise Records. Following recent video “Dead and Gone“, the band are streaming another track from the album, “Crystal Ball”, which you can listen to below.

A whole host of pre-orders for the album are up now.



Bad Religion Announce Re-Release of “No Substance”

Punk veterans Bad Religion have announced that they plan to release their classic 1998 album No Substance again this year. The completely remastered record will be out on June 15. You can pre-order it now from Kings Road Merch in both Europe and the US.

Bad Religion’s previous original release was their 2013 effort True North. However, the band are currently working on new material.

 



Hightower (Melodic Punk, France) Stream Single “3 Seashells”

French melodic punk rockers Hightower are streaming their latest single. It’s called “3 Seashells” and marks the first music from the band since their 2017 full-length Club Dragon.

You can listen to the track below.



PMX (Skate Punk, UK) Stream Re-Release of Demo “Crashing At Bens”

Scottish skate punkers turned shred-mongers, PMX, have dug deep into their back catalogue for their latest release. The band are allowing fans to stream their 2002 demo Crashing at Bens. According to PMX’s Facebook page, they will release the rest of their early material on Bandcamp over the coming weeks too. The titles include: PMT (1998), TSBP (1999), and Goodbye Normality (2001).

It’s not just their old tunes that PMX are putting back out there though. The band are currently in the studio working on new material. Watch this space for more news on that! For now, you can check out Crashing at Bens in all its teenage angsty-ness below.



NOFX Announce Live Album “Ribbed – Live in a Dive”

One of the biggest names in punk rock have announced a re-release of a classic album from their back catalogue. Ribbed – Live in a Dive is, as the name suggests, a live version of the NOFX’s 1991 record Ribbed. The release is scheduled for August 1, 2018 and, of course, features all 14 tracks from the original album.

For now, you can stream track number five, “Just the Flu” from Ribbed – Live in a Dive below.



Authority Zero stream new acoustic album “R&B III”

Mesa’s Authority Zero are now streaming their new acoustic album, R&B III (Rhythm & Booze III), in full. This is the band’s third live acoustic album, which was recorded back in December 2017 downtown Phoenix. The album includes the band’s favourite tracks from all of their latest records. It is also the band’s very first independent, self-release.

You can check it out below.



Flatfoot 56 stream new song “How Long” off upcoming EP “The Vancouver Session”

Celtic punk rock band Flatfoot 56 are streaming a brand new song called “How Long.” The track appears on their upcoming EP, The Vancouver Sessions and is the only brand new original song on the release. Campfire jams are one thing, but Flatfoot 56 takes it to another level with this new tune.

Here is what the band had to say about the song:

“This is the only brand new song on The Vancouver Sessions EP. The song includes back up vocals by our singer’s wife Vanessa, and also includes a first for Flatfoot in that it utilizes the brighter sounds of a high string guitar. The song’s lyrics talk about the yearning for something more than all of the chaos the world seems to be throwing around. Consistent with many of Flatfoot 56’s lyrical themes, this one leaves the listener hoping and looking for something more.” 

You can check it out here. You can also pre-order The Vancouver Sessions here.

The full EP will be out on May 25. For now, head over to RiotFest, where they have also premiered the track “Cain.”



Abolitionist streaming new album “The Instant”

Portland punks Abolitionist are streaming their new album “The Instant.”

“The Instant” is Abolitionist’s fourth LP. You can check out the stream below and pick up the album at bandcamp for name-your-price.



Slowtrip sign with Anchor Eighty Four Records, new EP out May 18th

LA’s Slowtrip has signed with Anchor Eighty Four Records and are streaming “Makeshift Happiness” off their upcoming EP. The band includes members of Rotting Out, No Bragging Rights, and The Greenery. Though all hardcore bands, Slowtrip definitely is not. Slowtrip “branches off in a new direction with their own brand of LA grunge and shoegaze. Or as they like to call it, ‘Crunch Rock.'”

The new EP, “Blur,” will be out digitally May 18th and July 13th on vinyl. In the meantime, you can check out the crunch rock sound for yourself at NoEcho.



Lost In Society sign to Wiretap Records, stream single from upcoming

New Jersey’s Lost In Society have signed with Wiretap Records, who will be putting out their new EP, “Eager Heart,” on May 25th. You can check out “Creature” off the EP, below.



The Interrupters announce new album “Fight The Good Fight”, stream first single “She’s Kerosene”

Los Angeles ska-punk band The Interrupters will release their third studio album Fight the Good Fight on June 29th via Hellcat RecordsFight the Good Fight was produced by longtime collaborator, Rancid frontman, and Grammy Award-winning producer Tim Armstrong with the band at Ship-Rec Recorders in Los Angeles. The album was mixed by Grammy-award winning mixer Tom Lord-Alge (Blink-182, Fall Out Boy, Weezer). Pre-orders for Fight the Good Fight are available here.

The first single shared is “She’s Kerosene” is streaming below. In the track, frontwoman Aimee reflects on breaking free from narcissistic abuse (“I really hope when people listen to that song, it helps them feel empowered to leave a toxic relationship,” Aimee says).



Richie Ramone release new track on flexi disc

Richie Ramone has just released a new track with New Noise Magazine as a flexi disc single titled, “The Last Time” which talks of Ramone’s father who unfortunately passed in February. The track mourns his father but also celebrates his life, and reminsces of the memories and the bittersweet journey of life.

You can purchase it (and a few other tracks) for five dollars here.



Jesse LeBourdais release video for “Make It Boring”

Folk punk act Jesse LeBourdais have now released a video for “Make It Boring” which is off of their new album “Grief Intensity Friendship.”

You can also catch the act on tour in Canada for the month of May with an appearance at Pouzza Fest.

Watch the video below.