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The Fake Boys reveal cover art for new album “Nice Knowing You”

Last month we reported that Massachusetts punk act The Fake Boys were going to release a new 7-inch entitled “Nice Knowing You” on Kiss of Death / Neutral Territory Records.

Today, the band revealed cover art for the album and you can check it out here. No word on when it will be released but we’ll keep you updated.

The Fake Boys released their last album, “This is Where Our Songs Live,” last year on Arrest Records. They will touring the U.S. this Spring with Off With Their Heads. Check out the dates and locations here.



Fake Boys to release new 7-inch, announce tour with Off With Their Heads

Massachusetts punk act The Fake Boys have announced that they will be releasing a new 7-inch  “Nice Knowing You” this Summer on Kiss of Death. The cd ep format will also be available on Neutral Territory Records.

The band released their latest album”This is Where Our Songs Live” last year on Arrest Records.

They will touring the U.S. this Spring with Off With Their Heads. Check out the dates and location here.



Captain, We’re Sinking offering free download of 5 new songs, working on new full-length

Well, this is definitely a good way to start the day. Captain, We’re Sinking are giving their new EP “With Joe Riley” as well as their songs from a recent split with Timeshares for free download. Hey oh!

The split was released in October through Kiss Of Death Records, while “With Joe Riley”” was released this month on Evil Weevil Records.  You can snag the tracks right here.

The band has also begun writing for their sophomore full length due out later this year.  In the meantime, they’ll be heading out on the road in February with Orlando’s Nightlights and playing Stay Sweet Fest in April.



New Song: Mayflower – “House Show is a Four Letter Word” (Acoustic)

Oswego, NY’s  Mayflower have posted an acoustic version of their song, House Show is a Four-Letter-Word, up on their bandcamp page. You can go give it a listen here.

The song is off of their recent full-length album, Second Best Sunsets, which is still available for free download right here, courtesy of Kiss of Death Records.



New Bruises in studio recording next album for Kiss Of Death Records

Kiss of Death Records have announced that Tampa punks New Bruises are in the studio in Gainesville, FL recording their long overdue second full-length album.

The band released their debut album, Transmit Transmit, a few years back and most recently appeared on a split 7″ with The Measure (SA). If you haven’t heard it yet, I highly recommend it and you can even download it for free here.



Unwelcome Guests releasing split with 255s, streaming new song “Patience”

Folk punk act Unwelcome Guests have just posted a brand new song from their upcoming split with UK based indie rock band The 255s. The 7″ should see the light of day by the end of the year on Kiss Of Death Records, but until then you can tide yourself over by listening to the song “Patience” here.

Unwelcome Guests will be making their first ever appearance at The Fest in Gainesville, FL next month.



Free Album Download: VRGNS – “Manimals”

We recently reported that Orlando punk trio VRGNS were working on a new album Manimals. Well now, they have posted a free download of their brand new full-length Manimals,  Check it out here. The album was just  released today on Kiss of Death Records.

The band recently changed their name from the old moniker VIRGINS to VRGNS, and added a member to the group. Alex Goldfarb is the new bassist for VRGNS, hailing from New Mexican Disaster Squad (along with Johnson) and also plays in No Friends. Goldfarb is also a member of Gatorface.

Virgins’ last album, Miscarriage, came out in 2008.



New Song: “International Incident” by Virgins off upcoming album, “Manimals”

Orlando punk trio Virgins are anticipating the release of their second full-length album, and have leaked a new track off the album as a little teaser for fans. International Incident will appear on the new album, Manimals, which is set to be released August 31 on Kiss of Death Records. You can check out the track on ReaxMusic here.

Guitarist/vocalist Sam Johnson has this to say about the upcoming album,

This is my favorite shit I’ve done and it seriously rocks. I feel like it’s got a lot of old punk influences like Dead Boys, Adolescents, The Damned, and Circle Jerks, but rocks like my current faves like Nirvana, Hot Snakes and some poppy shit too, like The Dickies or some badass shit like The Dwarves.

The band recently changed their name from the old moniker VIRGINS to VRGNS, and added a member to the group. Alex Goldfarb is the new bassist for VRGNS, hailing from New Mexican Disaster Squad (along with Johnson) and also plays in No Friends. Goldfarb is also a member of Gatorface.

Virgins’ last album, Miscarriage, came out in 2008.



Virgins post new song, reveal artwork, tracklist and release date for upcoming album “Manimals”

Central Florida punk band Virgins have have revealed the artwork <= for their upcoming album Manimals. They have also posted a song from the album called No Longer Entertainment on their MySpace.

The album will be released on August 31st on Kiss of Death Records and  is a follow-up to 2008’s Miscarriage.

Check out out the tracklist here.



Music Video: No Friends – “Traditional Failures”

No Friends have released the video for their song Traditional Failures, which you can check out right here.

The song is off the band’s latest release of the same name, put out in April on Kiss Of Death Records.



Free Album Download: The Measure (SA) / New Bruises split

The Measure (SA) and New Bruises have just released a split 7-inch on Kiss Of Death Records.  The release contains four tracks from The Measure (SA) and two new tracks from New Bruises and you can download it for free right here (you have to go through the shopping cart checkout process which takes a few clicks but its worth it).

Here’s what Kiss Of Death had to say about the release:

The Measure (SA) bring a lot of different vibes to their side of this split 7″. Featuring a bouncy giddy-up tempo on the opening track, a raging second track that sounds like a more pissed off Lifetime, a jangly head-bobbing anthem for the 3rd track and a dynamic, sometimes fast, sometimes slow closer, The Measure (SA) showcase a wide gamut of the tricks that must literally be busting out of their sleeves. Dueling male and female vocals create even more diversity here on these super catchy tunes. Don’t get me wrong. This stuff is still cohesive and fitting four songs onto one side of a 7″ means it’ll be over before you know it and you’ll be begging for more. New Bruises are back on side B of this split. You know what to expect from these guys at this point right? It\’s somewhere between fun punk rock anthems and all that good 90s indie/emo. You know, before the idea of emo became bastardized by a bunch of weirdos with really bad haircuts who cut themselves. Now if we can just get Bryon and the rest of the boys to record another full-length…

Check out the track list here.



The Homewrecks streaming new song off upcoming split with Younger Lovers

The Homewreckers on currently working on songs for an upcoming split with Younger Lovers and you can check out one of the demos on their MySpace page.  The track is titled The Letter I Should Have Sent (scroll to the bottom of their player).

The female fronted punk act last released a 7″ titled Daydreaming About Assholes on Kiss Of Death Records.



Unwelcome Guests release new EP “4 Songs”

Folk punk act Unwelcome Guests have released a digital EP creatively titled 4 Songs.  Not surprisingly, it consists of 4 tracks: Track #1 has never been released anywhere before. Tracks #2, #3 are rerecorded versions of the songs on the Saint Sweetheart split 7″ released on Traffic Street Records. #4 was originally released on a Dirt Cult Records mixed tape, this version is remastered.

You can stream it right here.



Free Album Download: Mayflower – “Second Best Sunsets”

New York punk band Mayflower have made their latest full-length album, Second Best Sunsets, available for free download right here (recommended).

The album was recently released on Kiss of Death Records.



Timeshares releasing split with Captain We’re Sinking, streaming new song

Oneonta, NY’s Timeshares have just posted a brand new song on their MySpace called Woke Up In Grappler School. The song will be available through Kiss Of Death Records this fall on an upcoming split 7″ with Scranton, PA’s Captain We’re Sinking.

Timeshares features members of the recently disbanded group The Knockdown and they will be leaving on a short tour in just a couple of days. Check out the tour dates here.