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Spring Heeled Jack streaming new album “Sound Salvation”

Connecticut ska veterans Spring Heeled Jack have made Sound Salvation, their first album in almost 20 years, available to stream. Give the record a listen below, and head over to bandcamp to buy it digitally or on CD.

This is Spring Heeled Jack’s first full-length release since 1998’s Songs from Suburbia.



Don’t Sleep (ft. Dave Smalley) streaming new song “Bring the Light”

Pennsylvania hardcore punk band Don’t Sleep (featuring Dave Smalley of Dag Nasty, DYS, Down By Law, etc.) have released their first recorded track. Check out “Bring the Light” below.

The band will apparently be releasing more music in the coming months. We’ll keep you posted as more details are revealed on that.



Clobber stream new song “Sink or Swim”

UK punks Clobber have premiered a new song titled “Sink or Swim”. This track is taken from their upcoming EP, which is set to release later this month. Give it a listen below.



Comeback Kid sign to Nuclear Blast, release new single “Absolute”

Canadian hardcore punks Comeback Kid have signed to Nuclear Blast with plans to release a new album. To celebrate the announcement, they’ve released a new single titled “Absolute”, which features guest vocals from Devin Townsend. Check out the track below.

Comeback Kid’s latest album Die Knowing was released in 2014 through Victory Records. We’ll keep you posted as details on the band’s next album come to light.



Decent Criminal (punk) premiere new track “Deviant”

Northern California’s Decent Criminal have released a new track for streaming, “Deviant” which is off of their upcoming album Bloom. The band was last heard on their self-titled full-length which they released last year.

This track rules. Check out “Deviant” here.



The Front Bottoms release new track “Get Numb,” proceeds go to charity

New Jersey’s The Front Bottoms have released “Get Numb” at bandcamp.

Proceeds from the song will go to Make The Road New Jersey, an organization that helps immigrants and working class communities.

Stream the song below, but if you’re super rad, throw money at a good cause.



Baltimore hardcore act Trapped Under Ice release new song “No Relief”

Trapped Under Ice have released the short, fast, new song “No Relief.”

The song is off their upcoming album, “Heatwave,” their follow-up to their 2011 album “Big Kiss Goodnight.” “Heat Wave” is due out July 21st. You can pre-order the record here.

Check out the song at punktastic!



Bad Cop / Bad Cop stream “Retrograde” from upcoming album “Warriors”

Bad Cop / Bad Cop have unleashed yet another song from their next album, “Warriors,” due out on June 16th from Fat Wreck.

Bad Cop / Bad Cop will be along for Warped Tour this summer.

You can hear the song your own lovely self over at Brooklyn Vegan. While you’re there, see Stacey Dee’s words regarding “Retrograde,” and check out the Warped Tour dates if you want to see them live.



The Homeless Gospel Choir premiere new track ‘Why?’

Pittsburgh’s folk punk solo act The Homeless Gospel Choir released a new track. ‘Why?’ is the B-side of the protest singer’s up and coming 7″ “Normal”, out June 9th via A-F Records. You can pre-order it here.

The Homeless Gospel Choir is out on the road now, with the likes of Listener, ’68, Zach Quinn (Pears) and Early Riser. Head down below for full tour dates and a listen to ‘Why?’.



Rozwell Kid release 10 hour long video for new track ‘Wendy’s Trash Can’

Got a couple of hours to spare? The amazing Rozwell Kid just premiered a 10 hour long(!) music video for its new track ‘Wendy’s Trash Can’. The latest single to be taken from the band’s upcoming full length ‘Precious Art’, out June 23 via SideOneDummy. You can pre-order ‘Precious Art’ right here.

Head down below for 10 hours of viewing pleasure.



Kamikaze Girls streams new track ‘Good For Nothing’

UK’s most loveable two-piece Kamikaze Girls streamed a new track today. ‘Good For Nothing’ is probably the last single to drop before the band’s debut full length ‘Seafoam’, out via Big Scary Monsters (UK / RoW) and Wiretap Records (US), sees the light of day on Friday (9th of June).

Head here to give ‘Good For Nothing’ a spin.



Deer Leap stream new track “Wind & Words” from upcoming EP of the same name

Windham, New Hampshire based emo/post-rock outfit Deer Leap are currently streaming a new track titled “Wind & Words.” You can listen to it below.

The track is taken from the band’s upcoming EP of the same name, Wind & Words EP. The EP is set to be released on June 9 and follows their 2016 album Impermanence. The EP has been recorded, engineered, and produced by Chris Teti of The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die.



Rancid stream entire new album “Trouble Maker”

East Bay punk veterans Rancid are streaming their upcoming album Trouble Maker in its entirety. You can listen to it below.

Trouble Maker will be released on June 9th through Hellcat/Epitaph Records. It’s their first album since 2014’s Honor Is All We Know.



Good Grief, KICKASSRAY, and See You Smile announce 3-way split, stream all 3 tracks

Pop-punks from the Ibaraki Prefecture in Japan Good Grief, Kanazawa based punks KICKASSRAY, and Tokyo based pop-punk act See You Smile have announced they will be releasing a 3-way split physically on June 29th, and have made the tracks available to stream. You can listen to all 3 below.

The Good Grief and See You Smile tracks are brand new to the split, whilst the KICKASSRAY track was also featured on their recent single release Bad Dream. The Good Grief track also features guest vocals from KiN of Japanese hardcore band HORSEHEAD NEBULA.



Rancid stream two new songs “Farewell Lola Blue” and “Say Goodbye to Our Heroes”

East Bay punk veterans Rancid are streaming two new tracks from their upcoming album Trouble Maker. They are called “Farewell Lola Blue” and “Say Goodbye to Our Heroes”, and you can check them out here.

Trouble Maker will be released this Friday (June 9th) through Hellcat/Epitaph Records. It’s their first since 2014’s Honor Is All We Know.