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The Hunters (hardcore) announce final album and stream two new songs

Bust out the good maple syrup, Quebec hardcore act The Hunters have announced that their upcoming album entitled “Black Eyes” will be their last. The four song EP will be the fourth release from the band, and will be released on cassette store day (October 14th).

You can check out “OK Bye” and “COMA” off the new album below.

If you like rise against or Thrice these guys will keep you listening. 



Exhibition (hardcore) streaming new EP “Point of No Return”

Quebec natives Exhibition are streaming their upcoming EP “Point of No Return”.

You can check it out below.

“Point of No Return” is the second release from Exhibition, the first since 2014’s “Never Again”. The album features heavy riffs and excellent vocals. I highly suggest if your a fan of Sick of It All or Good Riddance you give these guys a listen, they won’t disappoint.



Goldblume (Emo/Rock, UK) to release new single “Fawning”

Cambridge, UK emotional trio Goldblume are to release something new on hometown label Aaahh!! Real Records this week. They are to release a two song single, “Fawning”, this Friday (with the download including a B-side acoustic track, “Tomorrow”). The single is the follow up to January’s EP  “Go Figure“.

The band tour the single throughout the Fall – full details below.



Hard-Ons announce split with Not Scientists, European tour dates

Australian punks, Hard-Ons, will release a split 7-inch with French pop-punk quartet Not Scientists in support of their upcoming European tour.

You can pre-order the split here and view the tour dates below.

The split will be released on October 14, 2017 through Shield Recordings. Not Scientists released Leave Stickers On Our Graves Maxi Edition in 2016. Hard-Ons released Peel me like a Egg in 2014.



Sunday Morning (pop punk, CT) stream EP “Anything That Can Go Wrong Will”

Connecticut pop punk outfit Sunday Morning are streaming their latest EP, Anything That Can Go Wrong Will. The record features four tracks, a shit-load of melody, and buckets of emotion.

Anything That Can Go Wrong Will is the first EP from Sunday Morning since their 2016 offering, Stalemate EP, and you can check it out below.



City Limits (pop punk, NJ) stream teaser track “Orange Whip” from forthcoming album “Secret Holiday”

New Jersey pop punkers City Limits have gifted fans a sneak peak at their forthcoming album Secret Holiday. The teaser track they’ve posted is called “Orange Whip” and if it manages to wet your appetite for the rest of the record, you’ll have to wait until the September 22, 2017 for it to drop.

You can listen to “Orange Whip” below.



Doghouse (skate punk, Serbia) stream full-length “Never Cry Wolf”

Veterans of the Belgrade punk scene, Doghouse, are allowing fans to stream their entire album Never Cry Wolf. Heavy, fast, and chocked full of riffs, the release should excite fans of classic ’90s melodic punk – metallic edges and all.

Check out Never Cry Wolf below and grab a copy if you’re into it.



Welfare Beer League (pop punk, IL) stream latest single “Your Resignation”

Illinois based pop punk outfit Welfare Beer League are streaming their latest single. It’s called “Your Resignation” and has a distinctively Alkaline Trio feel to its self-deprecation.

You can check out “Your Resignation” below. It’s the first new music from the Welfare Beer League since their single from June of this year, “Keep Calm Baby”.



Save One (pop punk, Canada) stream Brain Damage EP

Canadian pop punk four-piece Save One are allowing fans to stream their latest EP for free. Entitled Brain Damage, it features four tracks of fast, fun, and infectious pop punk .

Brain Damage is the latest release from Save One since Sitting on a Bench Waiting for a Bus which dropped earlier this year. Take a listen to the band’s most recent material below.



The Story So Far release new single “Out Of It”, proceeds going to charity

California pop-punks The Story So Far just released a new single titled “Out Of It”, and you can check it out below. The track will be getting a limited 7″ release in November, with all proceeds going to the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation. Pre-orders have already sold out.

Guitarist Will Levy had this to say about the band’s decision to contribute to a charitable cause:

“We want to help contribute to The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation because we want people to know that there is hope and that you don’t have to go it alone. From addiction to anxiety to eating disorders, or schizophrenia, we believe there is a way to help with these illnesses. We personally struggle with some of these illnesses everyday and we want to help each other out. Please reach out to a loved one, speak up and don’t be afraid to be honest about what’s happening. To learn more…”

The band’s currently working on a new album that is expected to release in 2018. They will be touring the US with Turnstile and Drug Church later this year (dates below).



The Creepshow stream entire album “Death At My Door” at Dread Central

Canadian psychobilly band The Creepshow are streaming their entire new album exclusively at Dread Central. The album, titled “Death At My Door”, will be released this Friday 15th via Stomp Records and Concrete Jungle Records. Head on over and give it a listen here.

Bassist/vocalist Sean McNab had this to say about the new album:

“This is our fifth full length album, almost four years in the making, and we couldn’t be more excited about it! Ten new songs about overcoming adversity , dealing with mental health issues, heartbreak, and battling your inner demons. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!”

The band will be hitting the road in support of the new release, kicking off on September 15th at Jonquiere Punk Festival. You can find the full list of dates below.



Direct Hit! and Pears releasing full-length split “Human Movement”, stream 1 new track from each band!

OMG! OMG! On November 3, Fat Wreck Chords will release “Human Movement”, a split album from Direct Hit and PEARS. This 12 track scorcher features five new songs from each band, plus one cover of their counterpart’s material. You can get your first taste today by streaming “Blood On Your Tongue” by Direct Hit, and “Ardous Angel” by PEARS below.

For more on the release, check out what front-man Nick Woods from Direct Hit, and Brian Pretus from PEARS had to say about joining forces:

Nick Woods: “We’re really proud of how this record turned out, not only because all the tunes on it are rippers, but because we got to collaborate on it with some of our best friends. Splits like these rarely work with everyone involved playing to the others’ strengths. I’m really glad the stars aligned here in a way where the whole thing came together as a unified release, from one of the coolest record labels in the biz right now.”

Brian Pretus: “We’ve been talking about doing this for a long time, since like one of our first tours, which was with Direct Hit. It’s pretty surreal that we finally got to make it happen, and I couldnt be happier with how both sides of this thing turned out.”

If you pre-order the album from iTunes or Bandcamp, you’ll get an instant download of a song from each band.



Gab De La Vega (folk) streaming new two song EP “I Wan’t Nothing”

Italian folk punk Gab De La Vega is streaming his latest EP “I Wan’t Nothing”.

You can listen to it below.

The new EP features a killer rendition of the Misfits classic “Some Kinda Hate”. If your a fan of Tim Barry or Joey Cape I highly suggest you give this a listen.



21 Again (pop punk) streaming new album “There’s No Way That I Could Deal Without You”

French pop punks 21 Again are streaming their new album “There’s No Way That I Could Deal Without You”. As well, the band has released two new videos to celebrate the new album.

You can check out the new album and videos below.

The new album is the first from the Marseille natives, and if you like female fronted pop punk these guys don’t disappoint.



FORGETABOUTIT (skate punk) streaming new single “Warning”

Norwegian punk rockers FORGEABOUTIT are streaming their new single “Warning”.

You can listen to the new song below.

The single comes off the band’s upcoming EP. No word on when the new album will be released but you can bet it’ll be a doozy. If your a fan of Pennywise or NOFX this is a band you have to check out.