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The Mor(R)ons (Skate Punk, Slovenia) Stream Latest Album “Lager”

Slovenian skate punkers The Mor(R)ons are allowing fans to stream their latest full-length album. Entitled Lager, the release features 14 tracks of break-neck, DIY punk rock sure to excite fans of all things fast.

The previous full-length release from the Slovenian four-piece was the 2015 effort Yin Punk.

You can check out Lager in all its glory below!

Like Super Mario Kart? Like Bad Religion? Check out “Change of Ideas” in this familiar soundfont

Super Mario Kart song code unlocked.

Stream Bad Religion’s “Change of Ideas”, gamer style below.


Park Sparrows (punk) stream new “More Peace” EP

Well hello there. Looks like Richmond, Virginia’s Park Sparrows, which features Strike Anywhere bassist Garth Petrie, have quietly released a brand new EP. It’s titled “More Peace” and you can stream all 4 of its tracks on spotify.

Shift-D stream “This Message will Self-Destruct” EP (FFO: Fat Wreck Chords)

Ontario punkers Shift-D have released a new EP with Thousand Islands Records.

Staying true to their mid-90’s roots, “This Message will Self-Destruct” is a fiery 8-track offering of skate punk ballads that probably will actually self-destruct inside your song lyric memory banks. Cool and thought out guitar parts twist around the punk rock backbone to bring you a collection of songs reminiscent of the glory days of punk rock music in the 90’s.

For fans of Goldfinger, 7 Seconds, Pulley be sure and give these guys a listen. Stream the album below.

Shift-D stream “This Message Will Self Destruct”

Ontario punks Shift-D are now streaming their new album “This Message Will Self-Destruct” on Thousand Islands Records.

This will be the fifth release for Shift-D, the first since the March 2015 release of Battle On Your Own.

Check out the new digs below.

Post Season stream track “Numb to This” off upcoming self titled album

PA pop punks Post Season are now streaming another track off of their new self titled album. The track “Numb to This” are among the ten that will be released on July 13.

Their last release was a 2015 split with Such a Mess.

Stream it below.

New Music: Over Time (Denver Punk) – “Stay Inside”

We made it to Friday once again, kiddos, and what would a Friday be without some new music, am I right?

Today brings with it the release of the new single from Denver melodic punks Over Time. It’s for a ripper of a song called “Stay Inside,” and you can check out the hand written lyric video below! Oh, and that’s the cover art for the single above, which’ll make more sense when you watch the video.

“Stay Inside” marks the first release from Over Time since last year’s Chances EP.

Strife announce shows in California

LA hardcore punks Strife have just announced that they’ll be playing some shows in August. The guys will be playing from their 1997 album In This Defiance. 

Strife’s last release was their 2015 EP, Incision.

Check out the dates below!

Like Satellites (alt-pop punk) stream new single “Muscle Memory”

Toronto alt-pop punkers Like Satellites are now streaming their new single “Muscle Memory.”

This single is their first released material since their birth in 2016, however they have plans for an EP in winter of this year.

The new single was released today, so make sure to check it out below!

Restorations stream new track “The Red Door” off of upcoming album “LP5000”

Philly punks Restoration are now streaming their new track, “The Red Door” which comes off of their new album LP5000 via Tiny Engines. This is the band’s first full-length release since 2014.

Check out the new track below!

Feed Them To The Forest (emo-punk) release video for “We Used To Make Mixtapes”

York, UK natives Feed Them To The Forest have just released their new music video for “We Used To Make Mixtapes.” The track is taken from their EP, “Can’t Forget” which was released on May 7, 2018.

Elliot Partridge comments, “This particular song is about trying to keep hold of your sense of self. It’s very easy to believe your own hype, or to try and live up to other people’s expectations by being something that you’re not– and it’s very hard to be happy or content when you’ve lost sight of what it is that actually makes you who you are.”

Feed Them To The Forest also have a few shows booked for July with more tour dates coming up.

Check out the video and show dates below.

Bad Religion streams new song “The Kids Are Alt-Right”

Seemingly out of nowhere Bad Religion has unleashed a brand new track upon the interwebs. “The Kids Are Alt-Right” is a nod to The Who’s classic “The Kids Are Alright” but with an obvious political jab at the alt-right movement. Might not be the best BR song you’ve heard but it’s got fun lyrics! Check it out below.

Bad Religion appear to be in the studio working on their follow-up album to 2013’s True North. This will be their first album with Mike Dimkich (replacing Greg Hetson) on guitar and Jamie Miller (replacing Brooks Wackerman) on drums.

When the record will be released is unknown, but we’ll keep you updated as details arise.

Chaser (Dying Scene Records) streams the best new punk song you’ll hear this month

Southern California skate-punk act Chaser have premiered a lyric video for a brand new track off their upcoming release on Dying Scene Records. “Let It Die” is the first Chaser track to feature dueling lead vocals between singer Mike LeDonne and bassist Jesse Stopnitzky, and man does it work! Head over to NewNoiseMagazine to hear the track.

“Let It Die” will appear on the band’s upcoming album “Sound The Sirens” due out digitally through Dying Scene Records (pre-order) and physically through Effervescence Records (pre-order) on July 20th.

Oh The Humanity! and The Hideout stream new songs from split EP

Boston punks Oh The Humanity! and Massachusetts pop punkers The Hideout will be releasing a split EP on August 1st via Ocelot Records.

Each band is also streaming one song from the EP, which you can check out below.

Oh The Humanity! last released Tired Ears in 2017, while The Hideout last released There’s Nothing. I’m Closing My Eyes in 2016.  Both were released through Ocelot Records.

The Orphan stream cover of The Offspring’s “Bad Habit”

Melbourne, Australia’s noise/hardcore exports The Orphan have released a cover of The Offspring‘s classic ode to road rage, “Bad Habit.”

You can give it a listen below.

The Orphan last released “Gods. Gutters. Stones” in June 2017.