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Roadside Bombs (street punk) release new music video – “War On Love”

California street punks Roadside Bombs have a new music video out for their song, “War On Love,” and you can watch it below.

The song is the title track off the band’s latest 7″ release. You can pick up a copy of that here or here. The release also serves as a setup to the band’s new full-length, which is expected in Spring 2017.

OFF! added to Punk Rock Bowling 2017

California punks OFF! are the latest big name to join the 2017 Punk Rock Bowling lineup.

They join the already stacked lineup, featuring Bad Religion, Iggy Pop, Cock Sparrer, The Bouncing Souls, and many more. Check out the lineup so far, and get tickets, hotel, etc. here.

Berlin-Blackouts (punk) stream new split 7″

Berlin based punk rock band Berlin-Blackouts are streaming two new songs over on their Bandcamp page. The new tunes come as their half of a split 7″ with Gang Zero. This band knows how to create feel-good music for the realm of people who are fans of Iron Chic, Tender Defender and the like.

You can check it out below.

Fifteen Years (melodic hardcore) stream new EP “Welcome To Hell”

Bristol punk/melodic hardcore band Fifteen Years are streaming a brand new EP called Welcome To Hell. The 6-track release is hard hitting and just as classic, in terms of sound, as you would expect from a melodic hardcore group – a group that pulls it off and nails everything on the head perfectly.

You can listen to the full thing below.

Welcome To Hell follows the band’s 2016 demo, HellRide/Cross Me. 

Face to Face premiere music video for “Double Crossed”

SoCal legends Face to Face have premiered a brand new music video for their song “Double Crossed.” The tune is one off of their latest album, Protection, which was released last March. This song and video really does a great job of making you feel like a teenager again. You can check it out below.

Face to Face released Protection on March 4th, 2016 through Fat Wreck Chords. It served as a follow-up to their 2013 album Three Chords and a Half Truth. 

DS Exclusive: Assassination Squad (Punk) Premieres “Welcome to Atlanta” From New EP “Busted”

Damn, we missed these guys! We first introduced you to Chicago’s Assassination Squad a few months ago in one of our monthly Hidden Gems features. Now, it’s time to introduce you to some of their new music! These Second City scoundrels just released a new six track EP, titled Busted via punk label Friskie Morris and Friends Records a few days ago and they wanted DS readers to have an exclusive first listen! Stream the sensationally catchy single “Welcome To Atlanta” below! Then head over and pick up the rest of the album (physical copies ship around January 23rd) here!

Travis Barker teases new music from Goldfinger, Blink 182 and Transplants

Travis Barker recently appeared on KROQ’s Kevin & Bean Show to talk about this year’s edition of his annual music and tattoo festival Musink. During the interview, Barker mentions he and John Feldmann recently began recording a new Goldfinger album, Blink 182 have recorded 13 new songs for a deluxe edition of California, and a Transplants covers album is on the way.

Check out the full interview below, and stay tuned for more info on these releases.

Problem Daughter release music video for “My Other House Is A Meth Lab”

Salt Lake City pop-punk outfit Problem Daughter have just premiered a new live footage based music video for their epic track “My Other House Is A Meth Lab”, a song as entertainingly quirky as it is poppy, and you can check it out below.

The track is off Problem Daughter’s latest album “Fits of Disorganized Boredom” released last February through Dying Scene Records. If you haven’t heard them yet or missed them on tour with Direct Hit! then we seriously need to get you out from under that rock you’ve been living under! Stream the entire album on bandcamp and find out what all the hype is about.

Word on the street is Problem Daughter are working on material for a new album. More details coming soon!

DS Interview: The American Myth talk about their new album, tour, politics, and The Pete

The American Myth grabbed my attention the first time I heard them at a local show in Boston a few years ago.  The Pennsylvania punk trio 2015 EP pretty much covers all the punk rock bases, so when I heard that they were releasing a follow-up 7-track EP, I was pretty stoked.  Not only did I get a little preview before the official release date this Saturday (sorry suckas, but I have to say it’s pretty goddamn awesome), but I also got to chat with the guys about the new album, their upcoming tour, and getting to work with Pete Steinkopf of The Bouncing Souls.

You can check out the full interview below, and you’ll also find a video for their new song “Sprite in the Water Cup” and a VERY important message from bass player Andrew Shermeta.

Hot Water Music will release new album, first in 5 years

About six months ago, we reported on the rumblings of new material from Hot Water Music, and now it looks like it’s official!  Chuck Ragan recently told The Punk Site that the band is officially in the studio, working on new music for a 2017 release.  This will be the band’s first album since Exister came out five years ago.

Ragan had this to say about the new music:  “Energy is high, vibes are good so to say the least, we’re stoked to have this new record underway. We owe everything to our loved ones for standing by us all these years of us continuing this path. Without their support, we would’ve run out of fuel quite some time ago. Our fans have been a constant inspiration as well. A beautiful community of music lovers that share the same vision and ethics that this band was born into and continues to share through songs. Thank you for all the years of support and always going above and beyond the call whenever it came to making it to our shows to sing your hearts out. Our gratitude is much more than what I could ever put into words. We’ll be trucking along in the studio and looking forward to getting everyone some new music soon.”

Needless to say, we’ll keep you posted as more information about the new album comes out.

Anti-Flag talks about the possibility of a 2017 album release

Fans of Anti-Flag may have something to get excited about in 2017.  Although there’s no official word yet, Anti-Flag’s recent interview with Billboard magazine hints at a new, “angry” record that could come out sometime this year.

Guitarist/vocalist Justin Sane had this to say:  “Ultimately I just want to make the best record we can,” he says. “I think that for as much as the politics about all this are going to matter, writing the best songs we can and playing music is something that helps me keep my sanity — even when we’re doing songs that are political in nature and about difficult problems. So we want the music to be good, not just angry.” He’s hoping for a fall release, but Sane also doesn’t want to rush into topical commentary without giving issues some time to develop.”

Anti-Flag’s last studio album was 2015’s Cease Fires.

The Argument (French melodic punk) releases new song “Friendship Law”

French melodic punk act The Argument has released a new song called “Friendship Law,” and you can check it out below.  The song appears on the band’s new EP, Death is the Exit, which came out on January 12th.  You can pick up the 2 tracks for yourself here.

The Argument’s last release was an EP called Nothing Fades, which came out in November of 2015.

Luca Brasi frontman Tyler Richardson contributes to punk rock tribute to The Simpsons

Australian punks Luca Brasi released their most recent album, Is All We’re Going To Be, last May, but frontman Tyler Richardson has taken on a side project:  a punk rock version of a song from The Simpsons.  You can check it out below, and you’ll also find Jesse Coulter of Grenadiers on “Dr. Zaius.”

To give you a little background on this (awesome!) project, Perth-based musician Dan Cribb brings in guest artists to cover songs that appeared in episodes of The Simpsons, in what he has dubbed Worst Tribute Ever.  The song chosen by Richardson is called “Scorpio,” in honor of the character Hank Scorpio.  Though he only made it in one scene of the show, Scorpio now lives on in this punk tribute.

You can download the EP for free here.  

Real Punk Radio’s Rock n Roll Manifesto releases free compilation

Real Punk Radio‘s Greg Lonesome has curated a 16-track compilation for fans, and you can check it out here.

This comp, called Manifesto Mix Tape Vol. 1, is actually the third comp released by Greg’s Rock n’ Roll Manifesto show.  The idea came about because Greg is of the age (and hell, so am I!) where he fondly remembers making mix tapes for his friends.  For Greg, mixtapes evolved into mix CDs, which in turn evolved into podcasts, and ultimately live radio.

You can “tune in” to Real Punk Radio via the interwebs here.

Moonraker announce full North American tour

Southern California melodic punk trio Moonraker has announced a full tour of the US and parts of Canada that’ll keep them busy for most of the next six weeks or so. The jaunt kicks off this Saturday (1/21/17) in Albuquerque and runs through February 26th in Phoenix, but it reaches as far as British Columbia, Massachusetts and Georgia in the process. Check out the full rundown below.

Moonraker’s latest release, their full-length debut “Fail Better,” was released back in October on Felony Records.