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No Warning stream new track “Like A Rebel”

Canadian hardcore exports No Warning are streaming another track from their upcoming “Torture Culture” album. Following the first track to surface, “In The City“, the band are streaming “Like A Rebel” now over at Alternative Press.

The album is due out on October 13th and will be the band’s first album release since 2004. You can pre-order  here.



No Warning announce first new album in 13 years

Canadian hardcore punk legends No Warning have announced the release of their upcoming album “Torture Culture”. The album is due out on October 13th and will be the band’s first album release since 2004. You can pre-order your copy here.

They are also streaming a teaser track via The Fader titled “In The City”. Check it out here.

As if that isn’t exciting enough, No Warning will be hitting the road next month, the tour will kick off on September 9th in LA. You can see the full list of dates below.



No Warning, Backtrack, Twitching Tongues headlining Life & Death Tour 2017

If you want to end your summer with some hardcore hardcore that will probably tear your safety pin earrings out, this is the tour for you. No Warning, Backtrack, and Twitching Tongues will be headlining, with Backtrack promoting their upcoming album on Bridge Nine Records.

Tickets for the month-long hardcore Life & Death Tour go on sale tomorrow at 10 am PST/1 pm EST. You’ll be able to find links on the tour’s Facebook page.

Check out the full lineup and tour dates below!



My Vibe Records release new compilation

My Vibe Records, a hardcore label with strong DIY ethic, have released a new compilation featuring the likes of Terror and No Warning. Released on 7″ ‘Loud and Clear’ features six brutal tracks guaranteed to get you raging and is available to purchase or stream from the My Vibe bandcamp page, or alternatively  you can listen below.



No Warning announce first U.S. show in 10 years

Canadian hardcore punk legends No Warning have announced that they will perform their first U.S. show in 10 years on April 10th at GameChangerWorld in Howell, New Jersey. You can get your tickets here. About the show, No Warning writes:

“On April 10th, No Warning will play our first North American show in 10 years. The state of the world and our system of life is as ugly as ever and it is time to express our disgust in the one way we know how. It’s been a strange journey for our band but we feel very blessed that people still get down with our music. Come April 2015 on the Jersey shore we will share that appreciation. The full line up with some new and old friends will be announced a little later. It will not disappoint. Still ill.

No Warning last released Suffer, Survive way back in 2004, and broke up a year later, but announced their reunion in June 2013.



No Warning stream new 7-inch “Resurrection of the Wolf”

Canadian hardcore punk band No Warning have released a stream of their brand new 7-inch record, Resurrection of the Wolf. The single, which features the title track and a cover of the Violent Minds song “Bloodsucker” as the b-side, was released as a means to benefit former No Warning bassist Zach Amster.

You can read a statement from the band, as well as stream the two new songs, below.

No Warning last released Suffer, Survive way back in 2004, and broke up a year later.



No Warning announce reunion, plans to release a 7″

Canadian hardcore punk band No Warning have announced that they have reunited to release a 7-inch record, which will be released on Ben Cook’s own label Bad Actors Inc., and feature a new song called “Resurrection of the Wolf” and an unannounced cover song on the b-side. Ben, who is currently in Fucked Up, has commented on those plans:

“An old member has found himself in a difficult and very serious situation and we want to help him and his family financially. We are all still very tight with each other so getting together for this was very easy for us. I have no interest playing live. I don’t want dudes yelling in my face or jumping on me. I like creating music with these cats, and that’s that. We’ve been offered lots of money to get back together. Maybe it’s selfish of me to decline all these offers based on those reasons, but this band was a very special thing to us at one point. Getting back together for bills like everyone is doing now is cheap and I think it’s corny…. No disrespect to bands who choose to do so, just not my vibe.”

No Warning last released Suffer, Survive way back in 2004, and broke up a year later.