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Cover Art Battle Winner (March 11th): Unwelcome Guests

Congratulations to New York folk-ish punk act Unwelcome Guests, whose new album “Wavering” won last week’s Cover Art Battle, which featured new releases from The Sharp LadsElder Brother, Architects, and many others, with 37% of the vote!

As always, don’t forget to head over here and get your vote in for this week’s Cover Art Battle, featuring new releases from I Am The AvalancheTaking Back Sunday, Gameface, La Dispute, and a bunch more.

Congrats again to Unwelcome Guests! You can stream “Wavering” in its entirety right here and check out the music video for the band’s song “Aerostatic” below.



Full Album Stream: Unwelcome Guests – ‘Wavering’

Buffalo, NY’s Unwelcome Guests have put up a full stream of their brand new album Wavering over at New Noise Magazine. You can give it a listen right here.

Wavering will be released on March 11th through Dirt Cult Records and One Percent Press. It is the follow up to the band’s 2010 album, Don’t Go Swimming.



Unwelcome Guests stream new song “Kick The Beams”

Buffalo’s Unwelcome Guests are streaming a new song entitled “Kick The Beams” and you can give it a listen right here (at the very bottom of the player).

The track will be appearing on the band’s upcoming album “Wavering,” which is being released on March 11th through Dirt Cult Records and One Percent Press.



Music video: Unwelcome Guests – “Aerostatic”

Folk punk act Unwelcome Guests have released the music video for their song “Aerostatic”, which is set to appear on their upcoming album Wavering.

You can check it out below.

Wavering is slated for a March 11th release via Dirt Cult/ One Percent Press.



New songs: Name your price for previously unreleased Unwelcome Guest tracks

Buffalo, NY punk rock outfit Unwelcome Guests have put up two new tracks (“Can’t Get Past” and “Roadside”) on the “Name Your Price” feature on Bandcamp.

To donate or download the tracks for free, head over here.



Unwelcome Guests releasing split with 255s, streaming new song “Patience”

Folk punk act Unwelcome Guests have just posted a brand new song from their upcoming split with UK based indie rock band The 255s. The 7″ should see the light of day by the end of the year on Kiss Of Death Records, but until then you can tide yourself over by listening to the song “Patience” here.

Unwelcome Guests will be making their first ever appearance at The Fest in Gainesville, FL next month.



Unwelcome Guests release new EP “4 Songs”

Folk punk act Unwelcome Guests have released a digital EP creatively titled 4 Songs.  Not surprisingly, it consists of 4 tracks: Track #1 has never been released anywhere before. Tracks #2, #3 are rerecorded versions of the songs on the Saint Sweetheart split 7″ released on Traffic Street Records. #4 was originally released on a Dirt Cult Records mixed tape, this version is remastered.

You can stream it right here.



Kiss Of Death Records has a bunch of new releases

kiss-of-death-recordsHey punk fans, Kiss Of Death Records has a bunch of new releases you should know about.  Here goes:

Unwelcome GuestsDon’t Go Swimming LP/CD was just released last week and you can check out 4 of the album tracks on the band’s MySpace page.  Fans of folky punk rock should definitely give them a listen.

These albums were also released recently:

Stolen Parts – s/t 7″ – you can hear 2 of the tracks on the band’s Myspace page.
ChillertonHollow Lane 7″
Homewreckersdaydreaming about assholes 7″ – you can hear “Bad Decisions” from the release on the band’s MySpace.
Fellow Project/Jonesin‘ – split 7″ – you can get a sample of each band’s contributions on either of their MySpace pages.

There are a handful of other releases coming soon from the label, which you can see here.



Unwelcome Guests: Drummer Zac Ausman is replaced by Isaac Menge

unwelcome-guestsAfter 6 years, and a lot of ups and downs drummer Zac Ausman has left Unwelcome Guests. The only reason they gave for his departure was that playing in the band became just too hard..plain and simple. Luckily, they found a replacement. Isaac Menge previously played in the band White York and co-runs Pedal Printing. They are trying to have him fill Zac’s shoes as closely as possible, so only time will tell if this is going to be an adequate match.

In other news, they hope to have their new album, Don’t Go Swimming, out in early January on Kiss Of Death Records.



Listen to two new songs from Unwelcome Guests upcoming album “Don’t Go Swimming”

unwelcome-guestsYou can listen to two new tracks from the upcoming Unwelcome Guests album “Don’t Go Swimming” on the band’s MySpace page.  The tracks are titled “Any Other Place” and “Wrecking Ball.”

The band announced in July that they were finished recording the album but there still has been no word on its release date or label.  WTF.