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Traverse stream new self titled album

Indie punks Traverse are now streaming their new self titled album via Brassneck Records. 

The self titled serves as follow up to their last release of “Winter Songs From Summer Bruises” release in February of 2016. 

Stream the new album below.



Cousin Boneless (street folk) stream new track “Pretty Cemetery” off upcoming album “Posession”

Street folk punks Cousin Boneless have just announced their new album “Posession” to be released on June 7, 2018. The act is now streaming one song off the album for a teaser titled “Pretty Cemetery.”

Check out the new track below, and pre order the album (digital or vinyl) here.



This Obsession stream album “A Confrontational Effort”

Pop punk trio This Obsession are now streaming their new album, “A Confrontational Effort” on Wiretap Records, and Dirty Sushi Records (UK).

The album is follow up to their recent release of a lyric video for the track “Deep Water.”

Check out the album below.



The Siknotes (Punk, UK) Announce Album “Welcome to the Party, Pal” and Stream Teaser Track

The UK-based beer swiggers in The Siknotes have announced that they will release their latest album on April 22, 2018. The record is titled Welcome to the Party, Pal and will be available on Morning Wood and Bad Granola Records. The band are currently taking pre-orders for the album over at their bandcamp page.

The Siknotes describe their latest effort as being for fans of “Fat Wreck, partying, and Die Hard.”

As well as the new record, The Siknotes will be hitting the road with German skate punkers Money Left to Burn.

We’ve included the tour poster, as well as a sample from Welcome to the Party, Pal below.



Pandemix (punk rock) stream new single “Rank & File / Second Opinion”

Pandemix formed in 2016 with the intention of being a peace punk band. While the end result was something harder to pin to a specific sub-genre, the musical and visual aesthetic of the band references foundational punk bands while speaking to something more contemporary and vital. The music sounds paranoid while the lyrics explore the anxieties and vulnerabilities of living in modern society.

This 7”, put out through Dirt Cult Records, includes songs recorded at the same session as the band’s “Scale Models of Atrocities” 12” released last year on Boss Tunage Record. Set-list mainstay “Rank & File” finally makes an appearance, taking white silence and complicity in racialized police violence to task while offering some of ‘Demix’s darkest, catchiest songwriting yet. “Second Opinion” takes the listener to many different musical vistas, all anchored by an indelible, intense chorus and a pervading sense of paranoia. This single can function as a stunning companion piece to the 12″, or a perfect entry-point for the uninitiated.

Give both tracks a listen below.



Note To Amy (melodic punk) stream new single “Loved Ones” (FFO: Flatfoot 56, Bad Religion)

Dutch melodic punks Note to Amy have released their first new music in over three years. It comes to us in the form of a single titled “Loved Ones” and its giving me some serious Bad Religion + Flatfoot 56 vibes in the best way possible. Give it a listen below.

“Loved Ones” is being put out by the good folks at White Russian Records.



The Dead Sparrows (punk) stream new song “I Want A Revolution” off upcoming EP “Failed In Canada”

Ontario punk act The Dead Sparrows will be releasing a new EP titled “Failed In Canada” on May 25th and to get you fired up they’re streaming the new track “I Want A Revolution” below.

This is the band’s first new release since the 2017 EP “No Core.”



Elway announces new album “For The Sake Of The Bit”

Colorado punks Elway have announced that they will be releasing a new album titled “For The Sake Of The Bit” via  Red Scare Industries on April 27th (digitally) and May 4th (physically). Pre-order the album here.

Here’s what the band had to say about the release:

“After three years of one-off shows, threadbare weekend tours, and deliberation about whether or not we should stop playing altogether, we here at Elway decided that it was best if we stay the course and put out an album.  You need us.  This one’s called “For the Sake of the Bit”, and it’s dedicated to those who create, cultivate, and support art without pretense, competition, or self-obsession.  Buy it from us with your money when you see us on tour this spring with Dead To Me, or use the internet for something other than whining and buy it there.”

This will be Elways’ first new release since Better Whenever was released in 2015 also through Red Scare.

Check out the new album’s track list along with the band’s upcoming tour dates with Dead To Me below.



The Holophonics stream new song “Ghoulish Overkill”

Denton, TX ska-punks The Holophonics are streaming their new song “Ghoulish Overkill.”

You can give it a listen below.

“Ghoulish Overkill” comes from the bands’ upcoming album, Phantom Arrival, which is set to be released on May 11th 2018.  They last released MaSKArades Vol. 12: Jimmy Eat World: Clarity.



Say Anything sign to Dine Alone Records for upcoming album

California’s Say Anything have announced that they have signed to Dine Alone Records for their upcoming album, which will be produced by Will Yip.  Here’s what Say Anything lead singer Max Bemis had to say about the signing:

“It is surreal to have a new home for Say Anything. It’s been a minute since that’s been the case and I’m totally excited that we’ll now be working with the wonderful Dine Alone Records. I’ve been a fan of the label for a long time and am full on stoked to release our new Will-Yip-produced LP with them. The record is a bit different from the last one (blah blah as always) and is going to be an involved, weird organism, but one I am glad to entrust to Dine Alone.”

Say Anything last released I Don’t Think It Is in 2016 via Equal Vision Records.



Consumed announce new EP “A Decade of No”

UK Punk act Consumed have announced their upcoming EP, A Decade of No.  This will be the bands’ first release since their 2002 album Pistols at Dawn.  No word has been said yet on a release date, but we’ll be sure to bring you that news and any new songs once they are announced!



Me The Guts (melodic-hardcore) streaming new album “Lost Faith in Our Guts”

Canadian melodic-hardcore punks Me The Guts are streaming their new album Lost Faith in Our Guts. The record released March 10th, features an array of heavy riffs and throaty vocals.

Do yourself a favor and check it out below.

This is the first new release from Me The Guts since the 2015 release of their Self Titled album. If your a fan of 88 Fingers Louie or Belvedere you’ll definitely want to check this one out.



Fight For Friday (pop punk) announce new EP “Someone You Could Trust” streaming single “Headache”

Manchester and Cumbrian pop punks Fight For Friday have announced they will be releasing their sophomore EP Someone You Could Trust, and are streaming the first single “Headache”. The new album will be released May 11th.

Give the new song a listen below.

This is the second release for English pop punks, the first being the 2016 release Call Me Old Fashioned. If your a fan of The Ataris or early Good Charlotte you’ll enjoy these guys. 



Take Offense to release new EP “Tensions On High”

Chula Vista, CA hardcore exports Take Offense are to release a new EP. “Tensions On High” is out March 30th via Flatspot Records. Ahead of the release, the band are streaming EP opener “Trust”.

You can have a listen and see the tracklisting below. Pre-orders are up now.



Locate The Harbour (emo, UK) releases debut EP

Southampton, UK based emo project Locate The Harbour, aka Robbie Pemberton, has released his debut EP. The self-recorded, self-released, seven song affair, entitled ” I’m Still A Gribly”, is up now on Bandcamp. It’s available as a free download.

You can have a listen below.