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Rise Against release “Voices Off Camera (Ghost Note Symphonies)”

Rise Against have released their reimaged version of “Voices Off Camera” (originally from their breakthrough “Revolutions Per Minute” album) as a single, ahead of their acoustic compilation album, “The Ghost Note Symphonies, Vol 1”, out on July 27th.

You can have a listen below. The track is also up now on all the usual streaming platforms.



Astpai release video for “Wear And Tear”

Austria’s Astpai recently released album “True Capacity” via Jump Start – and they’ve made a video for a track from it, “Wear And Tear”. You can have a watch below.

The band tour the UK next month, alongside Harker. You can also check the dates out below.



The Attack (Punk, FL) Stream Single “Bad Guy” and Tour the UK

Florida-based punks The Attack are streaming their new single “Bad Guy”. The tune appears on their upcoming split with UK punk band No Thrills.

The release of “Bad Guy” comes just ahead of the band’s latest visit to the UK which will see the quartet take the road with punk-rock-legends The Queers through late July and August. The run of shows will include a performance at Blackpool’s Rebellion Festival.

You can listen to “Bad Guy” below.



Ten Foot Pole recording new album

Ten Foot Pole have confirmed (via Twitter) that they are recording a new album at the moment. They simply stated that they have “finished recording lead vocals for new album with legendary producer Ryan Greene” and the tweet points out they haven’t decided on a title yet.

The album will be the follow up to last year’s “Setlist”, but will be the first fully new album since 2004 “Subliminable Messages”.



Nerdlinger (melodic punk, AU) release new album “Happy Place”

Aussie skate punk four-piece Nerdlinger have released new album “Happy Place” via Pee Records and Disconnect Disconnect Records. The album follows 2015’s “Trendsetter” EP and includes recent video “Underrated“.

You can have a listen to the album below.



Up-and-coming skate punk band Noogy hits the road, talks the biz

DFW skate-punk band Noogy is touring the East Coast on the heels of their second EP release this year, “Pessimistic”. If you get the chance, this is for-sure, for-sure a band you are going to want to check out live. These boys have been pretty busy tearing up the southwest, from Texas to Cali, hanging out with MDC and otherwise running amok. They’ve made a pretty noticeable impression on their worthy followers of youthful hoodrats and miscreants as well. Check em out!

I caught up with Andre at the kick-off party, and scheduled a time for him to give me a call… He hit me up, and we talked road life, Dead Kennedy’s, Steve-O and more. Check out their tour schedule and read that conversation below.



Still Alive (ska) stream new album “Assemble”

Ska punk act Still Alive are now streaming their new album “Assemble.” The boys will be playing a release show tomorrow night, July 14, in Chicago at GMan Tavern. Pick up some tickets here if you like!

“Assemble” serves as follow up to their last release of single, “Ransom Note.”

Check out the album below.



The RocknRoll HiFives stream new album “Re-Introducing The RocknRoll HiFives”

New Jersey family punk act The RocknRoll HiFives are now streaming their new album “Re-Introducing The RocknRoll HiFives” on Little Dickman Records.

This full length serves as follow up to their last release in October 2016, “The Beat The Sound The Dragon Roars”

Check it out below, or stream the album in its entirety here.



Bad Religion to hit the studio this fall or late summer

Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz recently offered LA Weekly an update on the band’s long-awaited new album, which is expected to be released soon. While talking about their recently-released new single “The Kids Are Alt-Right“, Brett stated:

“It’s a scathing indictment of the conservative youth movement, and we have a brilliant lyrics video done by a young Spanish artist named Antoni Sendra (aka Podenco) — he’s a phenomenal visual artist. We’re writing for a new album, recording this fall or late summer. No release date announced yet, but we should have an album’s worth of ‘Fuck Trump’ songs pretty soon. It’s exactly what we need.”

The follow-up to 2013’s True North will be Bad Religion’s first studio album with Mike Dimkich (replacing Greg Hetson) on guitar and Jamie Miller (replacing Brooks Wackerman) on drums.



DS exclusive: Senior Discount premiere “The Best Revenge”

Senior Discount have been a staple of the RI punk scene for more than a decade now. They have played shows all over New England and have shared the stage with a veritable A-list of punk and ska bands. Which has helped them garner the attention of Paper and Plastick Records, who is releasing their newest album The Best Revenge.

The best thing about The Best Revenge is that it has a little bit of everything. Ranging from punk/pop punk gems to a heart-on-your-sleeve ballad to a jaunty cover of a classic reggae jam to a punked up cover of an 80’s classic.

Check out this stream of honest, emotional, crazy, and fun punk rock below.



Subhumans (UK) announce September U.S. tour dates

UK-based punk rock veterans Subhumans have announced some U.S. tour dates in September. Baltimore’s War on Woman will be joining them for some of these dates.

Check out the dates and locations below.



Swingin’ Utters stream “Human Potential” off upcoming album ‘Peace and Love’

West coast punk stalwarts Swingin’ Utters have announced that they are releasing a new album titled Peace and Love on August 31 via long time home Fat Wreck Chords. To get you pumped you can check out the first single “Human Potential” below.

Peace and Love is Swingin’ Utters first release since last year’s compilation album Drowning in the Sea, Rising with the Sun and their first studio album since 2014s Fistful of Hollow.



Cope (UK hardcore) stream “Wounds”

London based hardcore punks Cope have announced a new single “Wounds”. The band last released Tooth and Nail in the fall of 2017.

Check out the stream below.



These Fast Times (Montreal) release “Lights Too Loud” off upcoming album “On the Other Side of Fear”

Montreal dad-bod lifestyle enthusiasts These Fast Times have released “Lights Too Loud” off their upcoming debut LP, “On the Other Side of Fear.” If you like it melodic, you should definitely check out the track below. You can pre-order the album at bandcamp.

“On the Other Side of Fear” releases on July 20th via Thousand Islands Records. These Fast Times’ first release was their self-titled EP from 2016.



Resistors (Flordia punk) release “Loud Noises for Terrible Times” single for name-your-price

Melodic punks Resistors have released a new single “Loud Noises for Terrible Times” for name-your-price and thankfully has nothing to do with my steady diet of chili dogs and PBR. You can stream the song below, and buy it at bandcamp.

Resistors’ last release was January’s full-length “Rational Policy for the 19th Century.”