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Deranged records stream new album “City of Fear” by Flowers Of Evil (Punk)

Deranged Records are streaming “City of Fear” which is the new album from New York punk band Flowers of Evil. It is pretty great and I highly recommend giving it a listen below.

“City of Fear” came out on July 6th and is the band’s second full length release following their 2015 self titled debut album.



Oi Polloi (Street Punk) release music video for “Metal Detector”

Scottish anarcho street punks Oi Polloi have released a music video for their single “Metal Detector”. If you like anti-monarchy songs with videos about beheading the royal family (who doesn’t?) then check it out below!

The track is from the album “Saorsa” which came out in November 2016. The band will soon be releasing their new split with Fatal Blow which you can pre-order here.



Otoboke Beaver premiere animated music video for track “Ikezu (Mean)”

Kyoto, Japan based all female punk band Otoboke Beaver have premiered an animated music video for the track “Ikezu.” You can watch it below.

The hard and fast track is complimented by the cute but brutal nature of the video. The track title is “Mean” in English, and is taken from Otoboke Beaver’s latest release “Love Is Short EP,” which was released on March 24. You can listen to the EP in full here.



Posture & The Grizzly stream new EP “There’s Something About Kairi”

Connecticut’s Posture & the Grizzly are streaming their new demo EP There’s Something About Kairi. You can listen to it below.

The 5 track EP is an early look into their developing sound for a new album coming in the near future. There’s Something About Kairi is also being released physically as a tape via Near Mint Records. You can pre-order it here. The EP is set to release on August 18 physically, and follows their last album I Am Satan which was released on May 11, 2016 through Broken World Media.



Paper Champ (UK Skate Punk) stream new EP “Easily L.E.D.”

UK punks Paper Champ are getting ready to release their new EP Easily L.E.D. this Friday, August 4th.

Ahead of its release, the band is streaming the whole thing, which you can check out below.

Paper Champ last released their self-titled demo in December 2016.



DS Exclusive: Manic Kat Records Premieres Summer Sampler

NY/NJ indie punk label Manic Kat Records is gearing up for a smoldering Summer with a brand new, thirteen track sampler featuring some of the label’s most recent signings from New York and beyond. Included in this masterful menagerie of bands are exciting, up-and-coming acts like Jump for the Sails, Rival Town,  Wired for Havoc, Noise Brigade and many more. Since the lovely folks over at MKR know we’re suckers for samplers, they sent the entire LP over to stream for our lucky readers! So, grab the sunscreen (SPF 50 or higher!) and stream this sizzling hot sampler in it’s entirety below! Then head on over to the label’s site and order yourself a copy for $5 (free poster included with purchase! Whatta bargain!).



Grit (punk) streaming new EP “Diamond”

Irish punks Grit are streaming their new EP “Diamond”.

You can give the new album a listen here.

The new album is the second from the band, a follow up to 2016’s “Demo” and is being released through Distro-y Records.



Fast Food Society (melodic punk) release video for “Enemy of Reason”

Spanish punks Fast Food Society have released a video for their song “Enemy of Reason”.

You can check out the new video below.

The song comes off the band’s latest EP “Nuking Candyland” which was released July 21 via Disconnect Disconnect Records. The album is the second from the band and the first new release since 2013’s “…After the Worst”. 



Cheap Surgery (Leeds) sign to Venn Records, have a free demo for you

Thrashy punks Cheap Surgery signed to Venn Records and have a hot, dirty demo that’s free at bandcamp. “Demo ’17” is pay what you want. They’ll be putting out “Demo 2017” on limited pink cassette (sigh) and digital on August 25th.

Check out the stream below, and throw some money at Cheap Surgery if you like what you hear!



Cope (UK, hardcore) announce EP “Tooth & Nail” and stream title track

London hardcore exports Cope are to release EP “Tooth & Nail” on October 13th. The band are streaming the title track ahead of the release. You can listen to it below.

Cope also play a few shows through August – details beneath.



Introducing: Charity Supergroup 24 Hour Punks – ‘Why We Fight’

Not often we hear something from a completely unknown group that absolutely blows us away. Believe us, we listen to a lot of punk– and news flash: not all of it’s good. But 24 Hour Punks, discovered through a lucky click on bandcamp, is incredible. Think fast, intense melodic punk that lands somewhere between hard-hitting 90s skate and Cock Sparrer. It’s a powerful concoction for a debut EP.

Even better, there’s a story behind it. As the band’s name suggests, Why We Fight was written, rehearsed, and recorded in 24 hours. All proceeds go to charity organization AMMF.

We’re not kidding! Check out the three song EP and listen to 24 Hour Punks raise the bar here.



The Phosphorus Bombs (Australian punk) streaming new album “Cancers”

Australian punks The Phosphorus Bombs have made their new album Cancers available to stream. You can give the full 12-song record a listen below.

Cancers came out yesterday, July 27th. It is the band’s first new music since their 2016 EP Barricade.



Walk The Plank release “I Don’t Believe” video

DC hardcore punks Walk The Plank have released a new music video for their song “I Don’t Believe”. They describe the video as “an homage to classic hardcore with a special shout out to our friends that have supported us since day one”. Check it out below.

This track is taken from the band’s debut album Cemetery Vacation, which was released earlier this year through Say-10 Records.



Sketchy stream new album “Heck”

Brooklyn punks Sketchy have made their new album Heck available to stream ahead of its August 4th release on FtLP Records. You can give the record a listen here, and pre-order it here.

This is Sketchy’s second LP. Their debut I Wanted This To Go Different was released in 2015.



Telethon announce 30-track concept album ft. Roger Lima, Chris Farren & more

It’s not every day that you hear about punk band releasing a 30-track concept album, but Milwaukee’s Telethon are doing just that. Blending elements of punk rock, power pop and rock ‘n’ roll, The Grand Spontanean: A Tale Told In Five Acts is ambitious, to say the least.

Set to release on September 29th, the album will feature a variety of guest appearances from Roger Lima of Less Than JakeChris Farren, and Franz Nicolay, among others.

Listen to two songs from the record below, and head over here to get your pre-orders in.