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Rise Against announce US and Canadian Fall tour dates

Rise Against, who recently released new single “The Violence” and release full length “Wolves” next month, have announced September and October US and Canadian dates.

Details of the tour, which sees Pierce The Veil and White Lung in support, are below.

Against Me! announce Fall tour

Against Me! have announced a lengthy Fall headline tour, with support from Bleached and The Dirty Nil. Tickets go on sale from the band’s website on Friday.

Full details of the tour are below.

Bitter Grounds release video for “Tell Me Now”

Dutch ska punkers Bitter Grounds have released a video for their track “Tell Me Now”. Taken from the 2017 album, Hollowlands, the video itself is an ode to that iconic ska dance, the skank.

You can watch “Tell Me Now” below.

New Music: Face To Face – “I, Me, Mine”

As you may know by now, SoCal punk veterans Face To Face put out a new 7-inch single for their track “Say What You Want” a couple days ago. What you may not know is that the B-side is a band new track called “I, Me, Mine”…AND you can check that song out below!

“Say What You Want” appears in its original form on the band’s latest album, Protection, which was released last may on Fat Wreck Chords. The single was released last Friday (May 5), also by Fat. The band are presently on a nationwide US tour, dubbed “Econo-Live ’17” Check details here.

Full EP Stream: The Wet Bandits (Canadian punk) – “I Hope You Hear This”

Toronto punks The Wet Bandits have released a brand-new, 7-song EP. It’s called “I Hope You Hear This,” and you can check it out below. “I Hope You Hear This” serves as a follow-up to the bands April 2016 release “Sound Waves”.

Check out The Wet Bandit’s “I Hope You Hear This” tour dates here.

Remnants streaming new album “True Places Never Are”

New York punks Remnants have made their new album True Places Never Are available to stream.

You can give the 10-song release a listen below.

True Places Never Are came out today through Tour Van Records and Different Kitchen Records. Head over here to buy the LP.

The Burnt Tapes announce new EP “Alterations”, release video for single

London punks The Burnt Tapes have announced their new EP Alterations will be released on June 2nd through Lockjaw Records. Check out a video for the first single “Oh, Marie” below.

Alterations will be the band’s third EP. They last released Besides in 2016.

Authority Zero release mini-documentary for new album “Broadcasting to the Nations”

Arizona punks Authority Zero have released a short documentary-style video for their upcoming album Broadcasting to the Nations. Check it out below.

Broadcasting to the Nations is set to release on June 2nd through Bird Attack Records. It will be the band’s first album in four years, following 2013’s The Tipping Point.

Bad Religion announce European and UK tour

California punk icons Bad Religion have announced a full-scale tour of Europe and the UK that will take place in July and August, and the dates and locations are below.

Bad Religion last released the holiday album Christmas Songs in 2013. The band has been promising a new album, which will be their first since True North (also released in 2013) and their first with Mike Dimkich (replacing Greg Hetson) on guitar and Jamie Miller (replacing Brooks Wackerman) on drums. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the new record come to light.

Regarde (punk/indie) join Wiretap Records, release video for “Last Summer”

The dudes in Italy’s Regarde have recently joined the Wiretap Records roster, and are slated to release their debut full length this fall through Wiretap in the states along with V4V and Epidemic Records overseas.

This band is new to me (I might not be alone there) but if the single is any indication, we’re in for a treat. Check out the video for “Last Summer” below.

Nightmarathons (Punk) stream self titled EP

Pittsburgh punk rock four piece, Nightmarathons, are streaming their self titled EP via New Noise here.

The release will be available May 5th, through A-F Records.

Riot Fest releases sneak peak trailer for Jawbreaker documentary “Don’t Break Down”

Jawbreaker shook the world by announcing their reunion at this year’s Chicago Riot Fest, and the surprises continue from the legendary band. Riot Fest has released a sneak peak trailer for the upcoming documentary Don’t Break Down, which will follow the history of Jawbreakers formation, its evolution and the powerful impact and influence the band had on the punk rock and independent music scenes.

Check out the trailer below.

Whose making the pilgrimage to this years Riot Fest to see the mighty Jawbreaker return?

Sum 41 premiere new fan-centric video for “Goddamn I’m Dead Again”

Sum 41 have a new video for “Goddamn I’m Dead Again.”

The band recruited their fans for the filming of the video. It includes broken guitars, circle pits, Left Shark, a girl with poop on her head, and more middle fingers than you can shake a middle finger at.

Sum 41 is currently on tour. You can see the video and remaining tour dates below.

Red Scare Roundup! (How much punk can you take?)

Our stalwart comrades at Red Scare Industries have plenty going on lately.

If you haven’t heard, Nothington put out their new album, “In the End” in February, and everyone (including myself, and I’m a pretty cool dude, just ask my high school English teacher) thinks it’s great. It’s easily one of my favorites in years.

Red Scare also released a 7″ for the single “Cobblestones” from the new album for Record Store Day. They still have some copies left at the Red Scare webstore.

Speaking of buying rad music that your brain needs, Red Scare has unfurled their mighty bandcamp page, where you can pre-order The Lillingtons upcoming EP, Project 313. It’s their first release in 11 years and is due out in June. The teaser has me.. teased. Check it out below.

Darko (UK punk) release new video for “Just a Short Line”

Darko have released a real purdy new video for “Just a Short Line,” off their most recent album, “Bonsai Mammoth.”

Check out the video below. You can buy the album at bandcamp. If you’re still not sure, check out our review of “Bonsai Mammoth” here.

This is the first I’ve heard them, and I’m sold. My mom says I’m a pretty cool dude, so you should probably take my opinion seriously.