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Morgan Herrell (Hard Girls) streams new solo EP

Morgan Herrell of Hard Girls and Classics of Love has released a new solo EP titled Packet. You can listen to the four song release below, or purchase it digitally on Herrell’s Bandcamp page.

Herrell released Packet on May 15, 2015. It is the follow up to his solo album of home recordings and demos, Open the Door.

Music Video: Enter Shikari – “Torn Apart”

UK post-hardcore act Enter Shikari have premiered a music video for the song ”Torn Apart”. You can watch the video below.

“Torn Apart” is taken from Enter Shikari’s latest album The Mindsweep, which was released last January via Hopeless Records.

Enter Shikari stream acoustic performance of “Torn Apart”

UK post-hardcore act Enter Shikari are streaming an acoustic version of their song “Torn Apart” off their latest album The Mindsweep. The video is from a performance at HMV in Toronto, Canada, and you can view it below.

The Mindsweep was released January 19, 2015 via Hopeless Records.

Self Defense Family announces new album “Heaven Is Earth,” premiere new music video “Talia”

New York post hardcore band Self Defense Family has just announced the details of a new album. The band will be releasing “Heaven Is Earth” on June 30th 2015 via Deathwise Inc. Check out the tracklisting and cover art below.

In addition, the band has premiered the music video for “Talia” which can be seen below. Self Defense Family last released ‘Duets” in September 2014.

mewithoutYou stream new track “Red Cow” off upcoming album “Pale Horses”

mewithoutYou are currently streaming a new track off their upcoming album “Pale Horses.” Check out “Red Cow” here.

“Pale Horses” will be released June 16th 2015 via Run For Cover Records.

Full Album Stream: And So I Watch You From Afar – “Heirs”

Irish progressive-punks And So I Watch You From Afar are currently streaming their upcoming album “Heirs” in its entirety. Check it out here.

“Heirs” will be released May 5th via Sargent House Records and will serve as a follow-up to the group’s 2013 full-length “All Hail Bright Futures.”

Music Video: Legendary Divorce – “Easy”

Philly noise-punk act Legendary Divorce (featuring members of The Starting Line, Ladder Devils, Wives, and The Minor Times) have released a music video for their song “Easy” from their EP, Make Me. Watch the video below.

Make Me was released last month through Reptilian Records, and can be purchased/streamed here.

Downtown Boys cover Bruce Springsteen’s “Dancing in the Dark”

Providence, RI’s Downtown Boys have released a new cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “Dancing in the Dark” and you can stream it below.

The group has plans to release their upcoming album, Full Communism, on May 4 via Don Giovanni Records.

Fucked Up announce special “Zodiac Series” tour, stream new song

Toronto hardcore group Fucked Up have announced their “Zodiac Series” tour. The group will be joined by Doomsquad—thus performing as a nine-piece band—in conjunction with the next release in the series, Year of the Hare, out June 16 via Deathwish Inc. It’s the seventh entry in the series, which began with 2006’s Year of the Dog (Blocks Recording Club) and has been followed with 2008’s Year of the Pig (Vice/Matador); 2009’s Year of the Rat (What’s Your Rupture?); 2010’s Year of the Ox (Merge/Matador Europe); 2012’s Year of the Tiger (Matador); and 2014’s Year of the Dragon (Tankcrimes).

You can check out the tour dates and locations and a new song called California Cold below.

Fucked Up released their latest album, Glass Boys, on June 3, 2014 through Matador Records.

Brand New premiere new song “Sealed to Me” live

What a week it’s been for Brand New fans! Just this past Monday the band released their first new single in six years, “Mene.” And just last night during a show at Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, CA, Brand New frontman Jesse Lacey played a new song titled “Sealed to Me” live for the first time ever. You can watch a fan recorded video of the song below (skip to approximately 3 minutes in for the song).

Brand New will likely release a new album soon, although details are still scarce. The band released their fourth studio album, Daisy, in 2009.

Downtown Boys stream new song “Wave of History”

Providence, RI’s Downtown Boys have released a new song titled “Monstro.” The track will appear on the band’s upcoming album, Full Communism, and you can give it a listen below

Downtown Boys will release Full Communism on May 4, 2015 via Don Giovanni Records.

Wild Moth debut video for “Mirror” from upcoming album “Inhibitor”

New video premier (is that redundant?) from Bay Area progressive punks Wild Moth. It’s for the track “Mirror,” and it’s slated to appear on their forthcoming album “Inhibitor.” Check it out here.

“Inhibitor” is due out May 26th courtesy of Iron Pier, the same label that brought you Weed Hounds and Self Defense Family.

And So I Watch You From Afar stream new song “Redesigned a Million Times” off upcoming album “Heirs”

Irish progressive-punks And So I Watch You From Afar are streaming a brand new song called “Redesigned a Million Times”. The song is the fourth track off of their upcoming album called Heirs. In support of this release the band will also be embarking on a lengthy European tour. You can check the song and tour dates out below.

Heirs is scheduled for release on May 5th via Sargent House Records and will serve as a follow-up to the group’s 2013 full-length All Hail Bright Futures. 

mewithoutYou announce summer tour in support of new album “Pale Horses”

mewithoutYou have announced some summer tour dates in support of their upcoming album Pale Horses, which is set to be released on June 16th via Run For Cover Records.  They will be joined by Foxing, Lithuania, and Field Mouse.

Check out the full list of dates and locations below.

Pale Horses will be a follow-up to 2012′s Ten Stories, released through Pine Street Records.

Introducing new noise punk band: Legendary Divorce (members of The Starting Line and more)

Here’s a new punk band to check out if you like a little noise and experimentation to go along with your typical 3 chord rock.  Philly act Legendary Divorce features members of The Starting Line, Ladder Devils, Wives, and The Minor Times and play loud, grungy, and noisy punk.  Check out their debut EP Make Me below, and let us know what you think.