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MxPx to release live album “Left Coast Live”

MxPx have uploaded a YouTube video detailing “Left Coast Live” – a double vinyl, picture disc release limited to 1000 copies. Pre-Orders go up on July 6th. They look rather lovely. The album is a full set recorded July 24/25th 2015 at the Observatory in Santa Ana.

Watch a short video on the release below

The Phosphorus Bombs stream “We Remain” ahead of new LP “Cancers”

Aussie fast punks The Phosphorus Bombs are to release new album “Cancers” on July 27th. Full track listing and pre-orders are up now on Bandcamp.

You can stream advance track “We Remain” below.

Energy detail new EP “Under The Mask”

Boston punks Energy have detailed their new EP “Under The Mask”. The six track affair includes singles “A Prayer for Rain” and “Witching Hour”. 

The EP is out as download/CD on July 21st through Shadowland Productions. Tracklisting and more details below.

Cistem Failure (folk, UK) stream latest full-length “Resilience”

UK acoustic punk act Cistem Failure are streaming their latest album entirely for free. Released via Riot Ska RecordsResilience features nine politically inspired folk tracks, that will likely excite fans of Blackbird Raum, and Days ‘n’ Daze.

You can listen to all of Resilience below. If you’re enjoying it, do the band a favour and pick up a copy too.

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.

Needles//Pins (punk, Canada) release new record, “Goodnight, Tomorrow”, and video for “Miracle”

Vancouver punks Needles//Pins have released their latest LP Goodnight, Tomorrow and a video for its debut single “Miracle”. The album is the first full release from the band since their 2014 effort Shamebirds LP and features twelve brand new tracks.

You can enjoy both the video and LP in their entirety below.

Dire Bloom (emo, UK) stream video for the “The Art of Giving Up”

UK emotional rockers Dire Bloom are allowing fans to stream their latest video. The track for the visuals is titled “The Art of Giving Up” and will feature on the band’s forthcoming EP release Seasons.

If you want to be among the first to get your hands on the latest release from Dire Bloom, you can pre-order it today here. You can also check out the video in full below.

Japanese punk documentary “Danger Boys: Punks in Osaka” announced

A Japanese punk documentary titled Danger Boys: Punks in Osaka has been announced. Set to release on December 11th, the film promises an inside look at Osaka’s punk scene.

Check out a teaser for the documentary below, and head over here to pre-order the DVD.

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.

Pastimes (emo punk) release video for “Hemisphere”, stream EP “Keep It On The Outside”

Danvers, Mass emo/ pop punk rockers Pastimes have just released a video for their track “Hemisphere” which is off of their new EP, “Keep It On The Outside.”

As their first release and currently unsigned, the EP shows off an impressively technical take on their emo-pop punk blend with hints of post hardcore despite their young age.

Stream the EP below, and check out the video.

Channel 3 premiere video for “The God That You Deserve”, announce album release

SoCal’s punk legends Channel 3 are back and better than ever with a new video for “The God That You Deserve.”

As a politically charged piece, the video covers the importance of overcoming differences and kindness to one another. Through a tracking shot style video (no cuts, no edits) and simply a carefully composed choreographed piece, the video shows rather than tells to enhance the lyrics of the song.

In addition, on August 18th CH3 will be releasing their first full length album in fifteen years, dubbed “Put Em Up” which will be available via TKO Records. 

Check out their new video 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.

Ratboys stream upcoming album “GN”

Chicago-based post-country/indie-rock (?!?) duo Ratboys, are streaming their new album, GN, on their website a day before release. The album will be released by Topshelf Records tomorrow.

Listen to “GN” here!


Music Video: Hey-Smith – “Let It Punk”

Osaka, Japan based ska punk outfit HEY-SMITH have premiered a music video for their new track “Let It Punk.” You can watch the video below.

“Let It Punk” is the title track from the band’s upcoming single, which is set to be released on July 5. You can find the cover art and tracklist below the video.

Teenage Bottlerocket release video for cover “Why the Big Pause”

Wyoming native pop punks Teenage Bottlerocket have just released a brand spanking new video for their cover of The Punchlines “Why the Big Pause.”

The track will be on their anticipated album “Stealing the Covers” which will hit the streets on July 14th via Fat Wreck Chords. 

Check it out below.