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Drones (punk) premiere video for new single “Territories”

English punk act Drones have released a brand new video for their single “Territories.” You can watch said video below.

“Territories” will be featured on the band’s upcoming (still untitled) album, which is being released later this year by Lockjaw Records.



A Wilhelm Scream announce upcoming tour celebrating anniversary of “Career Suicide”

New Bedford’s very own A Wilhelm Scream will be hitting the road this October in honor of their 2007 album”Career Suicide.” The band will be playing the LP in full for these selected dates.

Joining them on the trip will be New York’s Such Gold & After The Fall, and Ottawa’s We Were Sharks. The tour-dates and venues are listed below.



Western Settings release video for “The Phenomenon”

Western Settings have release a video for “The Phenomenon”. The track is taken from their EP “Old Pain”, which was released back in April 2016 on La Escalera Records.

You can watch “The Phenomenon” below.



Crab Legs/Full Garage stream split 7″

Crab Legs (North Dakota) have teamed up with Full Garage (South Korea) to release a split 7″ together. The record features three tracks from Crab Legs, and four from Full Garage. If you’re into Punk-o-Rama era skate punk, or old school Propagandhi, this one might well be for you. Check it out below.



Watch: Fat Mike joins Bad Religion on “We’re Only Gonna Die” at Punk Rock Bowling.

Even if you didn’t make it out to Vegas for this year’s installment of Punk Rock Bowling last weekend, social media probably alerted you to the fact that NOFX‘s Fat Mike joined Bad Religion on stage for a spirited rendition of the punk rock pioneers’ legendary track “We’re Only Gonna Die.”

There’s really no other introduction or build-up needed; head below to check out audience-shot video of the occasion (uploaded by fan Meredith Cunningham).



WACO streaming new EP “Deathless”

London’s WACO released a new EP titled Deathless yesterday, June 1st through Venn Records. You can give the 5-song release a listen below.

Deathless is the follow-up to the band’s 2016 EP Uprise. Digital and CD copies are available on bandcamp.



Success recording new album

Seattle punks Success have announced they are in the studio recording a new album. If you want a taste of what the new record has in store, check out a video the band posted on their Facebook page.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on Success’ new album are revealed. They last released Radio Recovery in 2015 through Red Scare Industries.



Heartsounds streaming new album “Dualistic Nihilist” in its entirety

Oakland melodic punks Heartsounds have made their new album Dualistic Nihilist available to stream. The record consists of a single, 20-minute-long song. Check it out below.

The album was released today, June 2nd through Creator-Destructor Records. Grab a physical copy on the label’s webstore, or buy it digitally on bandcamp.



Riot Fest announces 2nd wave of artists


Today, the fine folks over at Riot Fest announced the second wave of artists for this year’s festival and they are as follows:

At the Drive-In, Cap’n Jazz, Best Coast, Black Pistol Fire, The Casualties, Mad Caddies, Cockney Rejects, Radar State, RVIVR, Versus, Seaway, Like Pacific, Grayscale, Warm Brew, Culture Abuse, Potty Mouth, Skating Polly, Upset, Gin Rummy, The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black and Kembra Pfahler

This is in addition to 70+ artists already announced, including Nine Inch Nails, QOTSA and Jawbreaker (freakin’ Jawbreaker, dude!) Riot Fest may not be all punk, but it is a stupidly fun time.

You can check out all the fun here.



Authority Zero stream new album “Broadcasting to the Nations”

After a 4 year gap, Authority Zero have stormed back with their new album Broadcasting to the Nations, out June 2nd via Bird Attack Records. The songs are short, hit hard and if you were a fan of Zero before, this record should bring a smile to your face.

Check out Broadcasting to the Nations below.



Suicidal Tendencies’ Mike Muir gets mural in L.A.

This Sunday (June 4th), councilmember José Huizar and Los Angeles-based artist Robert Vargas will unveil a mural of Suicidal Tendencies frontman Mike Muir.

Located on Santa Fe Avenue in the Arts District, the Mike Muir mural is adjacent to the future 6th Street Bridge and park space. Huizar worked with the City’s Department of Cultural Affairs to work with Robert Vargas, a prolific muralist whose work is displayed throughout the city, to paint a mural of Muir. The Mike Muir mural was painted by Vargas freehand, without using stencils, projections or grids.

Here’s what the band had to say via Facebook: “From Banned in LA to being painted on a 40 foot wall!

We are so unbelievably honored and SToked to be able to invite you all out Sunday to the unveiling of this Mural…and even more excited to announce SxTx will be playing at this event…and it’s all FREE!

Spread the word, come on down, bring your cameras and get your Slam on.”

Suicidal Tendencies latest studio album, World Gone Mad, was released last September, and is their first album since 2013’s 13. It’s also the band’s first with the new lineup of Mike Muir, Dean Pleasants, Jeff Pogan, Ra Diaz and Dave Lombardo. Starting next week, they will be on tour in Europe.



Vicious Mistress Records releases psychobilly compilation (and it’s cheap!)

Do you need more psychobilly in your life? Fifteen more songs, you say? Well hot damn, Vicious Mistress Records has you covered!

The label has released Psycho in the Street Volume 2 through bandcamp, and you can get it for just two bucks! If you’re super rad, you can even give them more for it!

If you want to try before you buy, check out the stream below.



Ceres stream new EP “Stretch Ur Skin”

Australian melodic punk outfit Ceres are streaming their latest EP “Stretch Ur Skin” through Bandcamp, you can listen to it below.

“Stretch Ur Skin” was released on May 26 via Cooking Vinyl Australia, and features guest appearances from Wil Wagner of The Smith Street Band, and Australian solo act Japanese Wallpaper.



Music Video: Good4Nothing – “FOUND”

Japanese melodic-punk band Good4Nothing have premiered a music video for their new track “FOUND,” check it out below.

The track is taken from the band’s upcoming 11th album “MELODIC-HOLIC,” which is set to be released on June 14 via Japanese label L.M.N.O.P. You can also find the tracklist below the video.



Music Video: KICKASSRAY – “High Hopes”

Kanazawa, Japan based punks KICKASSRAY have premiered a music video for their latest track “High Hopes.” You can watch it below.

The track comes from the band’s recent first cassette tape single “Bad Dream” which is out now on Real Sushi Records. The band have also announce a run of shows to support the single release from June 29 on, you can find the tour poster, dates and locations as well as a teaser here.

“High Hopes” also features guest vocals from Sit, the vocalist for Japanese punk band COUNTRY YARD.