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Suede Razors premiere new song “Keep On Rockin'”

Bay Area rock n’ rollers Suede Razors have released “Keep On Rockin'” off of their upcoming mini-album, out April 22nd on Randale Records in Europe and Pirates Press Records here in the States. You can listen to the track here.

Suede Razors were last heard on their “Passion On The Pitch” 7-inch, released in 2015. If you’re in the Bay Area and want to catch these lads live with Cock Sparrer, you can purchase tickets here.


Ramone To The Bone (RTTB) Records streams 60 track “Pop Punk Jukebox 2” comp (free download)

RTTB Records is streaming their massive “Pop Punk Jukebox 2” compilation and you can download it for free.

All songs are oldie or doo-wop covers, most of which were recorded for the compilation. You can stream the whole darn thing below or download it from bandcamp for free.

French punks Foolish stream new song “Back To Work” from upcoming album

Foolish are streaming their first track, “Back To Work,” from their upcoming new album. They start a short European tour April 14th. You can find the dates on their Facebook page.

They have more tracks and a video coming soon. Check out “Back To Work” below.

The New Lows (indie punk) stream new album “All Our Roads”

Orlando’s The New Lows have released their new album, “All Our Roads,” on bandcamp. You can check out the stream below.

The New Lows’ last release was “Andiamo” in October 2015.

Drum Drum Dance Dance (garage punk) drops new single ‘Fight club’

Belgian garage punks Drum Drum Dance Dance have dropped the first track from their debut album. ‘Fight club’ comes with a weird little video where we see the band members dressed up as their alter egos Deer, Donkey Bong and Panda P. The band’s first full length ‘Panda’ is set to be released later this year.

Drum Drum Dance Dance’s last EP came out in 2016 via Bearded Punk Records. You can catch the video for ‘Fight club’ below.

The Kreutzer Sonata announces US tour

Chicago’s melodic hardcore punks, The Kreutzer Sonata, have announced tour dates throughout the Midwest and East Coast. The band will be touring on their two 2016 releases, the Fight Songs 7″ (Nothing New Records) and a split 7″ with the Union Boys (SBS Records and Don’t Panic Records).

The full list of tour dates can be found below.

Japanese music fest Satanic Carnival announces 2017 lineup feat. Ken Yokoyama, SHADOWS, Good4Nothing, Swanky Dank

Annual Japanese alternative music festival Satanic Carnival has announced the lineup for 2017. You can find the full lineup in the poster below.

The announcement includes Ken Yokoyama (Hi-Standard), SHADOWS, Good4Nothing, Swanky Dank, Crossfaith, Crystal Lake, ENTH, HEY-SMITH, and Maximum The Hormone. Satanic Carnival ’17 will take place over two days, June 17 and June 18, at Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Hall in Chiba. The event is presented by Pizza of Death Records.

Tartar Control announce West Coast summer tour

Mormon- missionary punks Tartar Control are back at it again with a West Coast summer tour just announced, set to run from June 7th to June 18th. Take a peek at the list below to see when you can head out to one of their shows!

Self described as ‘punk rock/ hug-rock,’ long time buddies Robert and Sean are joined by a robot to create the Tartar Control trio. With the most recent release of full length album, “We Forgive You,” on April 6th, 2015, Tartar Control promises to bring “tracks sent down from the heavens to listen to and absolve your sins to.” 

Authority Zero sign to Bird Attack Records for release of new album “Broadcasting to the Nations”

Wow! Bird Attack Records has just announced the signing of Arizona reggae punk heavyweights Authority Zero for the release of their sixth full-length album Broadcasting to the Nations. The album is set to be released June 2nd and will serve as the follow-up to 2013’s The Tipping Point released via Hardline Entertainment.

Authority Zero will be having a record release show June 3rd in The Marquee Theatre in Tempe, AZ. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 14th and can be purchased here.

Remnants (pop-punk) stream new song “More Ghosts”

New York pop-punk band Remnants are streaming their new song “More Ghosts.”

You can give it a listen below.

“More Ghosts” comes from the bands’ upcoming album True Places Never Are, which is set to be released on May 5th, 2017.

The Jukebox Romantics (punk) announce European tour dates with OC45

Downstate New Yorkers The Jukebox Romantics have announced dates for their upcoming European Tour via City-Rat Records/Booking. Touring with the JBRs are their Boston brothers, OC45. Check out the dates and locations below.

The Jukebox Romantics are releasing a new album in early fall, keep your eyes and ears out. They released their last full-length Transmission Down on October 16th, 2015, through Jailhouse Records.

The Feederz release first new record In 15 years

It has been 15 years since Phoenix, Arizona’s The Feederz have released new tunes, but 2017 has changed that with a 7” release titled What Would Hitler Do? The record is a two-track anti-Trump invective complete with cover art featuring 45 in full nazi regalia.

Phoenix has a rich, if often forgotten, punk-rock past that includes groups like the legendary psych-punk pioneers The Sun City Girls, first American punk band to tour Europe JFA, platinum pop-punkers Jimmy Eat World, local heroes Authority Zero, and current torch-bearers DESTRUCTION UNIT — and The Feederz are a big part of that history.

The Feederz are one of the original Phoenix troublemaking trinity that also includes their label-mates at Slope Records The Exterminators and the now-defunct three-piece The Consumers, and I don’t use the term troublemaking lightly. Feederz frontman Frank Discussion was at one point run clear out of Arizona after distributing 5,000 letters on official Board of Education letterhead stating that “School is boring.”

But now that they are done bad-mouthing the 48th-ranked school system in the country, they are ready to step up and give their two cents on the 45th president of the United States with two incendiary tracks criticising The Donald’s governmental management style.

Side A features the track “Stealing,” an ode to the United States current Commander In Thief, and while the the song certainly takes aim at the orange hairpiece, it is still an indictment of the entire corrupt system as they see it.

Side B is their track “Sabotage,” a fitting name for an anti-Trump tune considering he has admitted his whole presidential angle is to sabotage every part of the government he doesn’t like. The tune plays like a demented version of The Ramones’ hit “Blitzkrieg Bop.”

Joining Discussion on the presidential shit-list is OG Feeder Clear Bob on bass and D.H. Peligro, formerly of The Dead Kennedys and The Red Hot Chili Peppers, on drums.The traumatizing three-piece intend to follow the 7” with a full-length set for a summer 2017 release.

Ninjas With Syringes (pop-punk) stream recently released track “Amarillo”

Portland, Oregon power-pop-punk band Ninjas With Syringes are currently streaming their recently released song “Amarillo” on their bandcamp page. You can listen to it below.

This is the first song released from the band since their single “Helloween” last October. You can listen to that track here.

Isotopes (pop-punk) stream new album “1994 World Series Champions”

Vancouver baseball all-stars The Isotopes are streaming their new album “1994 World Series Champions”. You can give it a listen here.

“1994 World Series Champions” will be released through Stomp Records on April 14th and will be available through the band’s bandcamp page.

The Isotopes recently released a music video for their song “Legend of George Brett”. They are currently in the middle of a European tour, finishing up at the end of this month.

The Scandals (punk) stream new track “Hostage” from upcoming EP “Lucky Seven” (Prod. by Brian Fallon)

New Jersey punk rockers The Scandals have released a new song entitled “Hostage” in which you can listen to below. “Hostage” will be featured on their upcoming EP “Lucky Seven” which will be released April 28th via Panic State/Say-10 Records.

“Lucky Seven” was produced by Brian Fallon of Gaslight Anthem fame. The Scandals released a previous single entitled “Lucky Seven” last June. You can stream that track here.