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The Filthy Radicals (ska-core) stream new song “Barfly” off upcoming album “Cloak and Stagger”

Toronto ska-core band The Filthy Radicals are streaming a brand new track called “Barfly.” It is the 3rd track on their upcoming album Cloak and Stagger and is the second song that the band will stream, with one coming every Friday until the release on June 11th, 2016. This is dirty, classic ska-core in the simplest terms. You can listen to it for yourself below.

Cloak and Stagger will serve as a follow-up to the group’s 2013 4-song 7″ Life or Debt. 



Interview: Hugo Mudie, founder of Pouzza Fest

Raw Cut Media sat down with Hugo Mudie, founder of Pouzza Fest and vocalist for the Sainte Catherines, for a quick interview about this year’s edition and the obstacles that come with running a gigantic festival like Pouzza.

You can take a look at the full video below.



Alliteration (punk) stream new song “The Ocean” off of upcoming EP “Reflect”

New York indie-punkers Alliteration are streaming a brand new song off of their upcoming EP Reflect. The track is called “The Ocean” and it is the 2nd track that they have streamed off of this release, following “Tater.”

You can stream both tracks below.

Reflect will serve as a follow-up to the band’s 2015 EP Regret. 



‘Remember The Punks’ music festival announces lineup (The Vandals, The Exploited, MXPX, Sick Of It All, PEARS, more)

Texas punks (and those willing to go to Texas for a pretty stacked festival lineup), listen up: the inaugural Remember The Punks festival has announced its lineup, and it’s a damn good one.

The one-day festival will feature more than 25 bands, including The Vandals, The Exploited, PEARS, TSOL, Sick Of It All, MxPx, Voodoo Glow Skulls, and so many more. See the festival poster below for more of the lineup.

The festival is set for Saturday, October 1st at Alamo City Music Hall in downtown San Antonio. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 27th. Click here for more info. on Remember The Punks.



Get Dead release details on new album, stream new song – “Silence”

San Francisco punks Get Dead are releasing new details about their upcoming album. Check out the artwork for Honesty Lives Elsewhere to the left, and the tracklisting below. While you’re at it, listen to the first track off the album, “Silence,” below as well.

Honesty Lives Elsewhere is set for release on July 29th via Fat Wreck Chords. The album serves as a followup to Get Dead’s 2014 EP, Bygones. The band’s previous full-length release was their 2013 Fat Wreck debut, Bad News.



Pity Party streaming new song – “Suicide Handbook”

Bay Area punks Pity Party (not to be confused with the Brooklyn punk band by the same name, which does not seem to be active at this point) have an album coming out soon, but for now, head over here to listen to “Suicide Handbook,” another song that will be on said album.

The track is from the band’s debut full-length album, Gnarbage, which is due out next week (June 3rd). You can pre-order that thing right here.



DS Exclusive: Feral Ohms stream cover of The Damned’s “I Fall”

Oakland’s heavy hitters Feral Ohms recently released their new 7-inch single “I Fall” / “Sweetbreads” through Alternative Tentacles Records. And in case you haven’t heard the tunes yet, we’re premiering a stream of the A-side, a cover of The Damned’s “I Fall” which you can listen to below.

“I Fall” b/t “Sweetbreads” can be purchased here.



Opposition Rising announce summer tour of Canada

Boston hardcore punk act Opposition Rising are heading to Canada this summer. You can check out the dates and locations below.

The band last released Riot Starter in September 2015 via Pine Hill Records.



Punktendo releases ‘Metroid: Featuring Laura Jane Grace’ video game

You may remember Punktendo (brainchild of Brooklyn animation storyboard artist Jeff Hong) for such punk/Nintendo hybrid games like MI’s AlleyFat Mike’s GolfMilo Fu, and Super Mikey Erg. Punktendo has now graced us with its latest title: Metroid: Featuring Laura Jane Grace. Much like previous titles, the game is a re-imagined Nintendo title (in this case, Metroid) revised to include a punk rocker (if, for whatever reason, you couldn’t figure it out by now the punk rocker in this case is Against Me!‘s Laura Jane Grace) as a playable character.

You can give Metroid: Featuring Laura Jane Grace, and any of the other Punktendo titles, here.



We the Heathens release new album ‘The Blood Behind the Dam’

Wisconsin folk-punk act We the Heathens released their third full length album, The Blood Behind the Dam earlier this week. You can give the album a listen below, and if you like what you hear the album is available as a name-your-price download through We the Heathens’ Bandcamp page.

The Blood Behind the Dam is the follow up to the band’s sophomore album, Regicide, which was released on April 1, 2015.



Posers in studio recording new EP

Photo courtesy of George Abruzzo Media

Philadelphia’s Posers are back in the studio working on some new tunes. The band is expected to release the songs in the form of a new EP this summer through Enthrall Records.

Posers released their self-titled debut EP last year.  You can stream the entire EP on Bandcamp.



Mike Terry (The Jukebox Romantics) streams debut solo EP ‘Bitter Nostalgic’

Mike Terry of The Jukebox Romantics has released his debut solo EP, Bitter Nostalgic. You can stream it, or download it for free, right here.

Terry released Bitter Nostalgic earlier this week, on May 24, 2016, through Death To False Hope Records. Terry’s main band released their latest full-length Transmission Down on October 16th, 2015 through Jailhouse Records.



March release music video for “Illusive Paradise”

Dutch punks March have released a music video for a new song titled “Illusive Paradise.” The song will appear on the band’s upcoming album, Stay Put, and you can watch the video below.

March will release Stay Put on June 3, 2016. They last released In the Air on March 21, 2014 through White Russian Records



Apologies, I Have None sign to Animal Style Records announce “Pharmacie”

London, UK punks Apologies, I Have None have announced that they signed to Animal Style Records. In addition, they’ve announced their new LP “Pharmacie” which will drop some time in August. You can listen to their back catalog here, and stream their recent split with Luca Brasi here.

Pre-orders should be coming soon; we’ll keep you apprised.



Musings and stuff to watch for at Punk Rock Bowling

Two of our Scenesters are going to Punk Rock Bowling this year with big plans to lose some hearing and party till Memorial Day is yesterday. As one would suspect, they are pretty stoked. We had them write out what they were looking forward to this year to share with you the excitement and spectacle of one of punk rock’s biggest fests. If you plan on going yourself, or just want to gaze longingly from afar, here are some thoughts, musings, hopes, and dreams from our two Vegas-bound writers.

So, here it is: Carson Winter and AnarchoPunk weigh in on what to be amped about at this year’s Punk Rock Bowling.