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Manchester Punk Festival offers free compilation

The Manchester Punk Festival and TNS Records are gearing up for this year’s festival with their 12th annual compilation. The pay-what-you-want comp features Strike Anywhere, Rash Decision, Chief, Iron Drugs, Bobby Funk, The Murderburgers, and lots more, and you can give it a listen below and download it for free here.

The Manchester Punk Festival will take place April 20-22, and you can check out ticket packages and get more info here.



Strike Anywhere announce 2017 European tour with Petrol Girls & Bear Trade

Virginia punk veterans Strike Anywhere have announced they will be touring Europe in 2017. All dates will feature support from Petrol Girls, while Bear Trade will only be playing the UK shows.

Check out the tour dates below to see if they’re stopping in a town near you.

Strike Anywhere’s latest studio album Iron Front was released in 2009 on Bridge Nine Records. They also put out an acoustic album In Defiance Of Empty Times in 2012.



Manchester Punk Festival (UK) announces Strike Anywhere as Friday headliner

The lineup for next year’s Manchester Punk Festival is going from strength to strength with latest addition Strike Anywhere. The Virginia five-piece will round off the Friday evening’s show in style, joining the likes of Paint It Black and Belvedere for a truly spectacular weekend of live music in the city of Manchester, UK. However, Strike Anywhere are not the only festival announcement this week. I have it on good authority that there will be another wave of bands added to the MPF lineup this coming weekend.

The festival will take place from April 20th- 22nd, 2017. Make sure to keep up to date with all the latest Manchester Punk Festival news by following their Facebook page or website.

 

 



DS Interview: Strike Anywhere’s Thomas Barnett discusses political climate, punk politics and new material

Strike Anywhere’s vibrant and prescient style of political hardcore has been around for nearly two decades now. Their last release was in 2009 but the songs still ring as true as ever; if not even more than when they were written. I was lucky enough to catch up with singer Thomas Barnett at the final show of their short run with A Global Threat and War On Women to talk about the politics of punk, how age and experience shape your view on the music that changed your life growing up and the current political climate. You can read the whole interview below.

Strike Anywhere’s last record was “Iron Front” in 2009.



DS Interview: Shawna Potter of War On Women discusses political climate and show ettiquette

War On Women shows tend to straddle the line between protest and punk show. They exploded onto the scene in 2011 with their 10-inch “Improvised Weapons” and in the last year put out their eponymous debut full-length to thunderous applause from the punk rock community. Malamute sat down (figuratively) with singer/lyricist Shawna Potter and discussed, among other things, the band’s popularity in and outside the punk scene, sexism in Lord Of The Rings and punk show etiquette. You can read the full interview below.

War On Women’s last release was their self-titled full-length in February 2015.



Death By Stereo announce new EP “Just Like You’d Leave Us, We’ve Left You For Dead”

SoCal hardcore punk veterans Death By Stereo have announced they will release an EP with new material, entitled Just Like You’d Leave Us, We’ve Left You For Dead, on October 28th via Concrete Jungle Records.

The EP will include six new songs, including the recently-released “Neverending” and “They Feed Us Death”, which features Thomas Barnett from Strike Anywhere. You can view the track listing below, and pre-order a copy of the new EP here.

Death By Stereo recently released the 7″ EP Neverending. Other than a series of EPs or separately-released songs (such as “Neverending” and covers of Dead Kennedys‘ “Too Drunk to Fuck” and Rancid‘s “Rejected“), the band has not issued a full-length studio album since 2012’s Black Sheep of the American Dream.



Strike Anywhere announce European tour & east coast shows

Virginia hardcore punks Strike Anywhere have announced they will be touring Europe and the US’ east coast later this year. A Wilhelm Scream and Authority Zero will join them on select dates of the European run, and A Global Threat will tag along for the east coast shows.

Check out the dates and locations below to see if there’s a show near you.

Strike Anywhere’s last full-length album Iron Front was released in 2009 on Bridge Nine Records. They have since put out an acoustic album titled In Defiance Of Empty Times in 2012.



Antillectual (Holland) announce new album: ENGAGE!, video and tour

Dutch skate-punkers Antillectual are clearly planning on having a busy summer in 2016 as they have announced not only a new record but a tour and video to boot.

The new album will be titled ENGAGE! and the band had the following to say about the title: “Living in a world that is coping with conflicts and crises it is time to engage! Critical times call for critical music.” If new music from one of Holland’s finest purveyors of skate-punk wasn’t enough the band have also stated that they will be joined on the record by Strike Anywhere’s Thomas Barnett and BoySetsFire’s Nathan Gray both making cameo appearances. ENGAGE! will be released in Europe through Redfield Records, in Asia through Waterslide Records and in South America through Fusa Records.

However. the good news doesn’t end there for fans of Antillectual as they have also announced a video for new single “Racist Rash”, set for release on May 23rd. A trailer for the music video can be found below and pre-orders of ENGAGE! will start on the same day.

Finally, because good things apparently come in threes, the band complete their announcement with the news that they will be hitting the road in support of their releases. A full list of Antillectual dates including festivals can also be viewed below.



Strike Anywhere announce German shows with Authority Zero & Idle Class

Virginia hardcore punks Strike Anywhere have announced they will be playing two shows in Germany this summer. Authority Zero and Germany’s own Idle Class will provide support.

More info on these shows can be found below.

Strike Anywhere haven’t put out a studio album since 2009’s Iron Front, while Authority Zero released The Tipping Point in 2013 on Hardline Entertainment. Idle Class’ new LP Of Glass and Paper came out in September, 2015 through Uncle M Music.



The Fest 13 announces show schedule

The full schedule for The Fest 13 has been revealed! Head over here to check it out and start making your own personal schedule.

The Fest will take place in Gainesville, FL October 31st – November 2nd, and its prelude Big Pre-Fest In Little Ybor 2 will take place in Ybor, FL October 29th and 30th. It will feature DescendentsThe MenzingersLess Than JakeStrike AnywhereChixdiggit!, and many more.



Jade Tree Records makes full discography available for streaming

The folks at Jade Tree Records have made their expansive discography available for streaming! Head over to the label’s Bandcamp to listen to awesome records from Paint It Black, Dave Hause, Strike Anywhere, Kid Dynamite, and many other great bands.



Members of Strike Anywhere, Stop Breathing and more release cover of Dag Nasty’s “Simple Minds”

Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett teamed up with John Crerar (Stop Breathing), Forrest Lorenzana (Out of Trust/Clenched Fist) and Matt Kash (Missing 23rd/Pullmen) to record a cover of Dag Nasty‘s “Simple Minds.”

You can check it out below.



Millencolin, Pulley, Strike Anywhere & more to play Mazda’s Snowboard Jamboree 2014

Holy skate punk, Batman! Millencolin, Pulley, Strike Anywhere, and Still Insane will be among a handful of bands playing on Saturday, January 18th at the 2014 edition of Mazda’s Snowboard Jamboree.

You can watch a teaser video for the event below and you can get your tickets right here.

Snowboard Jamboree 2014 will be tacking place from January 16th through the 19th in Quebec City, Canada. Details on all of the sporting events that will be taking place can be found here.



Video: Highlights from Punk Rock Holiday 1.3 festival (H20, Strike Anywhere, Propagandhi, etc)

Slovenian summer festival Punk Rock Holiday has published an official aftermovie with some of the craziest moments captured on this year’s edition which took place from 10 to 14 July in Tolmin, Slovenia.

The lineup featured Millencolin, Propagandhi, Anti-Flag, Strike Anywayere, H20, Swingin Utters, The Menzingers and many more.

Check out the video below.



Strike Anywhere play acoustic version of “The Crossing” on a boat for Backseat Sessions

Virginia hardcore punks Strike Anywhere recently performed an acoustic version of “The Crossing” on a boat in Amsterdam for their appearance on Backseat Sessions. Here’s what the band had to say about the magical process of recording the video:

“During last month’s European Tour we woke up one morning in Amsterdam next to the canals and stumbled onto a boat, where guitars appeared and we had an adventure! Check it out if you dare.”

Click here to watch the video.

Strike Anywhere’s last proper album was 2009′s “Iron Front,” but their most recent release was an acoustic compilation called “In Defiance of Empty Times,” which came out in 2012 on Bridge Nine Records.