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Strung Out stream “Town Of Corazon”, first song off acoustic album “Black Out The Sun”

Well, it’s finally here. The first look taste of Strung Out gone acoustic. It’s comes in the form of “Town Of Carazon”, one of the new acoustic tracks featured on the band’s upcoming acoustic album “Black Out The Sun”, due out May 11th via Fat Wreck Chords. Check it out below.

The album will feature 6 new, acoustic songs as well as acoustic renditions of classics “Unkoil” and “Matchbook.” Enjoy the album art above for now because it’s only a matter of time before the google bot makes us take it down…

Strung Out’s last album Transmission.Alpha.Delta was released in early 2015 and you can catch the band on tour with Pennywise this month.

McCafferty stream another new track, “Strain”

Ohio indie punks McCafferty have released a second advance track ahead of their new album. “Strain” follows recent single “Loser“; both are taken from full length“Yarn”, out March 23rd via Triple Crown Records. Pre-orders are already available here.

You can have a listen to (really rather good) “Strain” below.

The Penske File (punk) announce new album “Salvation”, stream new song “Kamikaze Kids”

Canadian punks The Penske File have announced that on April 10th they’ll be releasing their new album, “Salvation” via Stomp Records in North America and Gunner Records in Europe. To get you properly pumped up they’ve premiered the new track “Kamikaze Kids”, which you can stream below.

“Salvation” will serve as a follow up to their ‘Come What May’ EP, which was released on October 6, 2017. The Penske File released their latest full-length LP ‘Burn Into The Earth’ in 2015.

Victory Kid (pop-punk) stream new single “Tuck Frump” off upcoming album “Illenials”

California’s pop-punk outfit Victory Kid will release their debut full-length “Illenials” on May 11th.

The Los Angeles trio worked with producer Allan Hessler, (The Used, Avenged Sevenfold, Goldfinger) for “Illenials”, and you can stream the lead single ‘Tuck Frump’ below.

The Upfux (Ska Punk, New Jersey) Stream EP “Great America”

New Jersey-based ska punk unit The Upfux are streaming their latest EP. It’s titled Great America and features four tracks with a crack rock-steady feel from the four-piece. The release is being handled by No Time Records.

You can check out Great America below.

Fair Do’s (Skate Punk, UK) Announce Debut Album “Leopards”

Manchester’s Fair Do’s have announced their debut full-length record. It will be titled Leopards and will be released via Bird Attack Records. According to the band’s Facebook page, the album will feature “10 tracks of our spiciest efforts, coming to your hearing holes, very soon!”

For now Fair Do’s don’t have a firm date for the release but rest assured, you’ll be the first to know when we find out.


Anti-Flag stream new song “Mr. Mother Fucker”

Pittsburgh political punk band Anti-Flag have recently released their new song “Mr. Motherfucker,” streaming now on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, and across all digital platforms. It’s available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon. The song was originally released as a b-side on the band’s American Attraction picture disc. The digital single is available now via Spinefarm Records. The band is playing three festivals in May: Rock On The Range in Columbus, OH, Northern Invasion in Somerset, WI, and headlining Pouzza 8 in Montreal, Canada. They will be touring in Europe this Spring, a full list of dates can be found below.

“Honestly, we just wanted to throw our hat into the ring of the storied history of Stagger Lee. Our version has nods to those in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement of today, the black panther movement, and the overall fight for social and economic justice. This is a one take demo of the song that we thought captured something very cool. We were trying to push ourselves to experiment with tempos and structures when writing for American Fall and those experiments are pretty clear on “Mr. Motherfucker”. – Chris#2

Anti-Flag has also recently announced a discounted release of their 2002 album Mobilize in honor of the record’s 16th birthday. The album is available now for $5 vinyl on A-F Records and for pay what you want on Bandcamp.

Triple Sundae (pop-punk) stream new single “Indecisive”

London pop-punks Triple Sundae have recently released a brand new single titled “Indecisive” and you can stream it below.

If you dig what you hear you can download the track for free on bandcamp.

Jason Guy Smiley (acoustic, Florida) announces new album “They Can’t All Be Winners”, streams new track

Jason Guy Smiley, formerly of Midget Fan Club, recently announced a new album titled “They Can’t All Be Winners”, due out March 23. ‘Twice as Tall’, the second track off the album, can be listened to below

This is Smiley’s first release following 2017’s “Boys of Bummer” EP.

The Bombpops (pop punk) announce new EP “Dear Beer”, stream title track

San Diego pop-punk band The Bombpops will be releasing a brand new EP titled “Dear Beer” on April 6th via Fat Wreck Chords. Check out the title track below.

This is the band’s first release since 2017’s “FOMO”, also released on Fat Wreck Chords.

Future Virgins stream new album “Doomsday Raga”

Chattanooga punks Future Virgins are streaming their upcoming brand new album “Doomsday Raga” in its entirety below.

The album was released February 16th via Recess Records.

Five Minute Major (folk-punk) stream new album “City Of Strangers” (FFO Get Dead)

If you’re a fan of the acoustic folk punk stuff in the vein of Fat Wreck act Get Dead (but on the slightly more mellow side) then here’s a new release that’s worth your time.

Montreal’s Five Minute Major put out “City Of Strangers” in January and you can stream the whole thing below.

Undead Generation (South African punk/ska) release free single

Sexy cowboy collective Undead Generation has released “Skankin’ at Nelson Mandela University.” The two-track ska single is free, but you should be a pal and make a donation. Check out the songs below, and if you like them, throw money at bandcamp!

Gods of Mount Olympus self-titled EP released

If you haven’t heard by now, Gods of Mount Olympus have released their self-titled EP, and it’s pretty fucking great. The band features Brian Wahlstrom of Scorpios, Paul Rucker of Street Dogs, Matt Riddle of No Use For a Name, and Steve Morris of Unwritten Law. You cannot possibly go wrong with that lineup.

Check out the full stream below!

Break It Down (German hardcore) release new album, “Day By Day”

What do you get when you cross Pennywise and Iron Maiden? A very beautiful German baby named Break It Down. If that isn’t enough to convince you to check out the stream of their newest album, “Day By Day” below, you are beyond help.

I bet you don’t even like kittens, you horrible bastard.